Gold

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Gold blocks and gold ore, (floor and walls), a gold nugget, (center dropped item), and gold ingots (left and right dropped items).

Gold or golden may refer to:

Items[edit]

  • Gold Ingot — an item created by smelting gold ore or crafting gold nuggets; it is used for crafting items such as netherite ingots, dropped by zombified piglins and drowned.
  • Gold Nugget — an item that can be crafted into a gold ingot. Obtained by killing zombified piglins, smelting gold equipment in a furnace, or mining nether gold ore or gilded blackstone.
  • Golden Apple — an item created by crafting gold ingots and an apple that gives the player various status effects.
  • Enchanted Golden Apple — a variant of the golden apple, with better effects. Only found in natural generation.
  • Golden Carrot — an item created by crafting gold nuggets and a carrot that is used for brewing.
  • Glistering Melon Slice — an item created by crafting gold nuggets and a melon slice that is used for brewing.
  • Clock — an item, that display current time in-game.

Blocks[edit]

  • Gold Ore — an uncommon ore found deep underground, and the item received from mining it. Requires smelting to get a gold ingot.
  • Nether Gold Ore — a variant of gold ore which drops only nuggets when mined without Silk Touch.
  • Gilded Blackstone — a variant of gold ore that usually drops as itself, but occasionally drops as gold nuggets.
  • Light Weighted Pressure Plate — a pressure plate made of gold. Useful for measuring how many entities are in a given space.
  • Block of Gold — a block used for compact gold storage.
  • Bell — a block that produces sound when used.
  • Powered Rail — a type of rail made of gold ingots.
  • Gold — an element included in Education Edition.

Tools, weapons and armor[edit]

Structures[edit]

Gameplay[edit]

See Also[edit]

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