dec: 208 hex: D0 bin: 11010000
End rods are decorative light sources that emit white particles.
|Blaze Rod +
Popped Chorus Fruit
End rods generate naturally all over end cities. They may spawn upright on the outside of towers, and they may spawn sideways inside of towers.
End rods are primarily used as light sources and decoration. They can be placed on any surface of any block, including other End rods. They will not break if their supporting block is broken. Gravity-affected blocks like sand or gravel will not break if they fall onto an End rod oriented vertically, but will break on a rod oriented horizontally. End rods can be pushed and pulled by pistons, no matter the orientation.
Inside some end city towers, they are positioned so the player may use them to climb the tower, similar to a spiral staircase.
End rods emit a light level of 14 (same as torches), and will therefore melt snow layers and ice within a 2-block radius.
- See also: Data values
In Bedrock Edition, end rods use the following data values:
- See also: Block states
||The direction to the end rod, from the block it is attached to; also the direction the white end points.
Opposite from the direction the player faces when placing an end rod, and opposite from the purple end.
|1.9||15w31a||Added end rods.|
|15w38a||Height of the end rod, when placed sideways, changed from 0.5625 of a block to 0.625, now matching its model.|
|The end rod can no longer be stepped up onto without jumping.|
|1.13||17w47a||Prior to The Flattening, this block's numeral ID was 198.|
|15w44b||Added crafting recipe for end rods.|
|1.0||build 1||Added end rods.|
|Legacy Console Edition|
|TU46||CU36||1.38||Patch 15||Added end rods.|
- If placed on a mob's head using commands, end rods rotate so that it looks like the horn of a unicorn.
- The language LOLCAT references this fact by naming it Unikorn Horn.