Terracotta

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Terracotta
Hardened Clay.png
White Hardened Clay.pngOrange Hardened Clay.pngMagenta Hardened Clay.pngLight Blue Hardened Clay.pngYellow Hardened Clay.pngLime Hardened Clay.pngPink Hardened Clay.pngGray Hardened Clay.pngLight Gray Hardened Clay.pngCyan Hardened Clay.pngPurple Hardened Clay.pngBlue Hardened Clay.pngBrown Hardened Clay.pngGreen Hardened Clay.pngRed Hardened Clay.pngBlack Hardened Clay.png

















Transparency

No

Luminance

No

Blast resistance

21

Tool


Renewable

No

Stackable

Yes (64)

Flammable

No

Experience

Smelted: 0.1

Drops

Itself

Data values
Terracotta
dec: 172 hex: AC bin: 10101100
Stained Terracotta
dec: 159 hex: 9F bin: 10011111
Name
Terracotta
hardened_clay
Stained Terracotta
stained_hardened_clay

Terracotta (known as hardened clay in New Nintendo 3DS Edition and previously in other editions) is a block formed from clay, with a hardness and blast resistance comparable to stone. It can be stained in the same 16 colors that wool can be dyed, although the color is tinted orange. The dyed version is known as stained clay in New Nintendo 3DS Edition, and was previously named this in other editions.

Obtaining[edit | edit source]

Terracotta can be mined using any pickaxe. If mined without a pickaxe, it will drop nothing.

Natural generation[edit | edit source]

Red, orange, yellow, brown, white, light gray and unstained terracotta can be found naturally in mesa biomes. This yields a large quantity of terracotta. Blue and orange terracotta can also be found in desert temples.

Block
Terracotta
Hardness 1.25
Tool
Breaking time[note 1]
Hand 6.25
Wooden 0.95
Stone 0.5
Iron 0.35
Diamond 0.25
Golden 0.2
  1. Times are for unenchanted tools in seconds.

Smelting[edit | edit source]

Ingredients Smelting recipe
Clay (block) +
Any fuel









Crafting[edit | edit source]

Once terracotta has been dyed, the color cannot be changed or removed.

Ingredients Crafting recipe
Terracotta +
Matching Dye

Usage[edit | edit source]

Building[edit | edit source]

Terracotta 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 terracotta when one meter away from an explosion will protect any blocks behind it, though it will be destroyed in the process.

Smelting ingredient[edit | edit source]

Name Ingredients Smelting recipe
Glazed Terracotta Matching Dyed Terracotta +
Any fuel







































Data values[edit | edit source]

Block data[edit | edit source]

See also: Data values

Stained terracotta has the ID name minecraft:stained_hardened_clay.

DV Description

0 White terracotta

1 Orange terracotta

2 Magenta terracotta

3 Light blue terracotta

4 Yellow terracotta

5 Lime terracotta

6 Pink terracotta

7 Gray terracotta

8 Light gray terracotta

9 Cyan terracotta

10 Purple terracotta

11 Blue terracotta

12 Brown terracotta

13 Green terracotta

14 Red terracotta

15 Black terracotta

Block state[edit | edit source]

See also: Block states
Name Value Description

 color
white
orange
magenta
light_blue
yellow
lime
pink
gray
silver
'silver' refers to Light Gray.
cyan
purple
blue
brown
green
red
black

Video[edit | edit source]

History[edit | edit source]

Official release
April 24, 2013 Dinnerbone tweets the first picture of the hardened clay block, based on a suggestion by BlameTC, to be similar to Native American Pueblos.[1]
1.6.1 13w17a Added hardened clay.
13w19a Added stained clay, colored variants of hardened clay.
1.7.2 13w36b Hardened and stained clay now generate 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.
1.10 Stained clay blocks are renamed from '<Color> Stained Clay' to '<Color> Hardened Clay'.
The name of the stained clay block in general is changed from 'Stained Clay' to 'Stained Hardened Clay'
1.12 17w06a Stained hardened clay can now be smelted into glazed terracotta.
17w16a Hardened clay and stained hardened clay are now called "terracotta".
17w17a Now have unique colors on the map.
Pocket Edition Alpha
0.9.0 build 1 Added hardened and stained clay.
build 11 Hardened clay can now be used to used to craft stained clay.
Hardened clay can now be obtained by smelting clay blocks.
Pocket Edition
1.1 build 1 Hardened clay and stained hardened clay are now called "terracotta".
Terracotta can now be smelted into glazed terracotta.
Console Edition
TU19 CU7 1.12 Patch 1 Patch s1 Added hardened and stained clay.
TU31 CU19 1.22 Patch 3 Hardened and stained clay now generate naturally in mesa biomes.
Stained clay can now be found in desert temples.
TU43 CU33 1.36 Patch 13 Stained clay blocks are renamed from '<Color> Stained Clay' to '<Color> Hardened Clay'.
The name of the stained clay block in general is changed from 'Stained Clay' to 'Stained Hardened Clay'
TU53 CU43 1.49 Patch 23 Patch s3 Hardened clay and stained hardened clay are now called "terracotta".

Issues[edit | edit source]

Issues relating to “Terracotta”, “Hardened Clay”, or ”Stained Clay“ are maintained on the issue tracker. Report issues there.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Despite the name change, the ID stays the same.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]