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Allow and Deny Blocks

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Allow and Deny Blocks
Allow.pngDeny.png


Transparency

No

Luminance

No

Blast resistance

?

Tool

None

Renewable

No

Stackable

Yes (64)

Flammable

No

Drops

None

Data values

Allow: 210
Deny: 211

Name

Allow: allow
Deny: deny

Education Edition.svg

Allow and deny blocks can be used to create restricted building areas or areas where users can build. They are exclusive to the Education Edition.[1]

Usage[edit]

When placed, allow blocks let users without world builder status place or destroy blocks in the area above them, while deny blocks prohibit users from placing or destroying blocks in the area above them. Neither blocks will affect the area below them. If two allow or deny blocks are placed on top of one another, the block that is highest takes precedence. If an allow block is placed somewhere with a deny block below it, the space between the two blocks will be protected while the space above the allow block will permit users to place and destroy blocks. The converse is also true. However, these blocks are not impossible to destroy, as they can still be destroyed by mobs like ender dragons using commands.

Users with world builder status are able to place and destroy blocks regardless of where any allow or deny blocks are placed.

History[edit]

Pocket Edition Alpha
0.16.0 build 1 Added allow and deny blocks.
build 2 Removed allow and deny blocks.
Education Edition
1.0 Added allow and deny blocks.

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