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[edit]Anvil
Anvil.png
Anvil
Type

Твердий блок

Physics

Так

Transparency

Так

Luminance

Ні

Blast resistance

6,000

Hardness

5

Tool

A wooden pickaxe or better is required to mine this block

Renewable

Так

Stackable

Так (64), стакуються тільки одинаково пошкоджені

Flammable

No

First appearance

12w41a

Drops

Itself

Data value

dec: 145 hex: 91 bin: 10010001

Name

anvil

Наковальня це блок який використовує інтерфейс наковальні, для ремонтування і перейменовування предметів, та комбінування зачарувань. Наковальні використовують складну систему коштовності досвіду, де те скільки раз ви перед цим відремонтували річ, впливає на кількість досвіду якого вам треба використати для її ремонту. Для більш детальної інформації, відвідайте механіка наковальні.

Crafting[edit]

Ingredients Input » Output
Залізний блок +
Залізний зливок
Block of Iron Block of Iron Block of Iron Grid layout Arrow (small).png Anvil

Iron Ingot
Iron Ingot Iron Ingot Iron Ingot

Usage[edit]

Anvils can be used to repair tools and armor, enchant items with Enchanted Books, and rename items and blocks. Anvils are affected by gravity like sand, gravel, and dragon eggs: If the block under them is removed, or if they are placed over open space, they will fall. A placed anvil cannot be pushed or pulled by pistons, but a falling anvil (entity) can. A falling anvil can do considerable damage to mobs or players, so they can also be used in traps.

All their functions (except falling) cost experience levels (more for enchanted items), and some have material costs as well. Anvils can be damaged by both normal use and falling, and will eventually be destroyed by such use.

Repairing and renaming[edit]

Anvils have two modes of repair. They can combine two items like the crafting grid, but the target will keep its enchantments, and may gain new ones from the sacrifice item. A player can also use materials like leather and iron ingots to repair tools and armor; each represents 25% of the item's maximum durability. The player can also rename any item - not just tools or armor - using an anvil. (Renaming an item reduces a penalty paid for repairing the same item multiple times.) On each use, anvils have a 12% chance to be damaged. On its last use, the GUI will close and the anvil will disappear, dropping the item on the ground.

How to repair[edit]

Use a damaged tool, place it to the left of the + sign. On the right, place either a matching item (enchanted or unenchanted), or one or more pieces of the item's material. The anvil will then tell you how many levels this repair will cost. Once finished, you will have a fully repaired item. Repairing with materials only works for items with their material in the default name, e.g. Iron Pickaxe. Repairing with a matching item works for any item with durability, including bows, shears, and so on.

As a subset of repairing one item with another, the anvil can transfer enchantments from the "sacrifice" item to the target. Two Sharpness II swords can be combined to a Sharpness III sword, or a pick with Efficiency can be combined with one that has Unbreaking. This can produce enchantments and combinations that could not be made at an enchanting table, but even so, some enchantments cannot be combined (such as Sharpness and Smite). Also, the items must match in type -- you cannot combine a golden pickaxe with an iron one. If the target is damaged, you will pay for the repair as well as the transfer.

Note that level costs for both sorts of repairing get expensive for diamond items, and very expensive for heavily enchanted items. Transferring enchantments can add even more, and renaming an item has an additional surcharge. To boot, repeatedly repairing an item gives a cumulative penalty (which can be minimized by renaming the item). Unfortunately, the anvil has a limit of 39 levels, beyond which it will refuse the job altogether. (This limit is lifted in creative mode.) In some cases, it may be possible to do things piecewise (rename, then repair, then transfer enchantments), but some items may just be too expensive to work with. For full details of the anvil's costs and restrictions, see the Anvil mechanics page.

Renaming[edit]

Any item or stack of items can be renamed. It costs 5 levels if not a tool and 7 levels if it is a tool if it's the first time you have renamed it. In the newest snapshots, renamed tools and renamed mobs (from renamed spawn eggs) will show in death messages. Renamed mobs will show their name when your cursor is on them. Renamed command blocks will use their name instead of "@".

Enchanted Books[edit]

Enchanted Books can be used with an anvil to enchant an item, and you will know what enchantment the item will get. The item goes in the first slot, and the enchanted book goes in the second slot. In Creative Mode, any item can be enchanted this way.

Falling anvils[edit]

If there is no block below an anvil, it will fall. An anvil will make a metallic clanging sound when it falls.

When an anvil lands on a non-solid block (like torches, rails, etc.), it will destroy that item instead of dropping itself as an item like sand, gravel, and dragon eggs do. When dropped on a pressure plate, a boat, cobwebs, a slab, a sign, a cake, a lily pad, closed trapdoor or opened fence gate, the anvil will drop as an item. When dropped on a flower pot, the flower pot is destroyed without a drop. When dropped on a trophy head decoration, the head is dropped as an item.

A falling anvil will also damage mobs and players. Damage amount depends on fall distance: Heart.svg × MIN(Distance × 2, 10). Wearing a helmet will reduce the damage by 45%. A player dying by an anvil falling on them will receive this message: "player was squashed by a falling anvil." However if a player is touched by an anvil entity, or falling anvil, no damage will result until the anvil becomes a block in the gridspace where the player is. So anvils can be shot with a TNT Cannon, and pass right through a player, and not damage them.

An anvil has a chance to be damaged by the fall. Damage chance also depends on fall distance and is equal to (5 + Distance*5)%

Video[edit]

History[edit]

Official release
7th October, 2012 Dinnerbone tweets the first images of the anvil's interface.
10th October, 2012 Dinnerbone tweets the first screenshot of the anvil itself.
12w41a Added anvils.
12w42a Anvils now have an easier crafting recipe.
Changed anvil texture slightly.
It is now possible to repair tools, by using more of the material it is made of.(Such as adding diamonds to a nearly broken diamond pickaxe). Renamed item names appear as italic text now. "# Levels" was changed to "Enchantment cost".
1.4-pre Added new sounds for the anvil.
Removed level cap for creative mode.
12w49a Enchanted books were added. They could be used with the anvil.
12w50a Enchanting non-tools with Enchanted Books only works in Creative.

Bugs[edit]

  • When anvils are dropped on a bed, you can still sleep on it.
  • If you place a renamed block or give a renamed item to a zombie and then reclaim it, the block or item will lose its name.
  • Anvils can be pushed by pistons if the anvil is falling.
  • Anvils can duplicate items.
  • If you delete the whole name of an object to be combined and attempt to craft it, your levels will be spent with no item created.
  • If you're playing Minecraft on a language other than English, the anvil might not work properly.
  • When an anvil falls on a boat, it will break and drop the anvil entity.

Trivia[edit]

  • It takes a total of 31 iron ingots to craft an anvil.
  • The falling ability of the anvil is a reference to the common cartoon trope.
  • The anvil has the same blast resistance as obsidian and the enchantment table.
  • If you rename a material, such as diamonds, it will not stack with unnamed or differently-named items.
  • An anvil will last about 25 uses on average.
  • Armor reduces the amount of damage caused by falling anvils.
  • The high blast resistance and transparency of the block makes for a good blast-proof window.
  • If a falling anvil lands on a pressure plate, it will damage any mob standing on the pressure plate, and drop as an item without damaging itself.
  • For unenchanted items, "unit repair" can easily be more expensive than just repairing a tool in the crafting table. The exception is armor, where you can use less material at the cost of experience levels. Also, the choice between unit repair and sacrifice repair depends very much on the details (how damaged is the target, and the proposed sacrifice?), especially when dealing with diamond items.
  • If placed on top of exploding TNT blocks, the explosion won't affect the surrounding area.
    • This is because the Anvil falls into the space the TNT entity is occupying, and since the TNT's explosion power is not high enough to destroy the anvil, no blocks are destroyed.
  • If an anvil falls 13 blocks, it will become slightly damaged.
    • If a slightly damaged anvil falls 5 blocks, it will become very damaged.
    • If a very damaged anvil falls 5 blocks, it will break.

Gallery[edit]

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