dec: 159 hex: 9F bin: 10011111
Stained clay can be mined using any pickaxe. If mined without a pickaxe, it will drop nothing.
|Block||Hardness||Tool||Breaking time (seconds)|
Stained clay cannot be recolored.
Stained clay has the same blast resistance as most other stone blocks, which is significantly higher than the block of clay before being smelted. A block of stained clay when one meter away from an explosion will protect any blocks behind it, though it will be destroyed in the process.
|0||White stained clay|
|1||Orange stained clay|
|2||Magenta stained clay|
|3||Light blue stained clay|
|4||Yellow stained clay|
|5||Lime stained clay|
|6||Pink stained clay|
|7||Gray stained clay|
|8||Light gray stained clay|
|9||Cyan stained clay|
|10||Purple stained clay|
|11||Blue stained clay|
|12||Brown stained clay|
|13||Green stained clay|
|14||Red stained clay|
|15||Black stained clay|
|1.6.1||13w19a||Added stained clay.|
|1.7.2||13w36b||Stained clay now generates in Mesa biomes.|
|1.8||14w03a||Stained clay replaces wool in desert temples, making Deserts and Mesas the only two biomes where hardened/stained clay can generate, if the Generate Structures option is on.|
|Pocket Edition Alpha|
|0.9.0||build 1||Added stained clay.|
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The 13w19a banner, featuring stained clay. Notice Grum behind the red wool.
The 13w37a Banner showing hardened and stained clay in a Mesa Biome