Item

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The Creative inventory is filled with a wide variety of items.

Items are objects that exist only within the player's inventory and hands; that is, they cannot be directly placed in the game world.

Behavior

Some items, when used, place a block or entity version of themselves into the game world. Put simply, they are an item when in the inventory, and a block when placed. For example, boats turn into an entity when placed, and beds turn into a group of blocks when placed. When selected in the hotbar, items briefly display their names above the HUD.

The only method by which items can be properly displayed within the game environment is with the use of item frames.

List of items

Items

Items which create
blocks or entities
Acacia Boat
Armor Stand
Bat Spawn Egg
Beetroot Seeds
Birch Boat
Blaze Spawn Egg
Bottle o' Enchanting
Bucket
Bucket of Cod
Bucket of Pufferfish
Bucket of Salmon
Bucket of Tropical Fish
Carrot
Cat Spawn Egg
Cave Spider Spawn Egg
Chicken Spawn Egg
Cocoa Beans
Cod Spawn Egg
Cow Spawn Egg
Creeper Spawn Egg
Dark Oak Boat
Dolphin Spawn Egg
Donkey Spawn Egg
Drowned Spawn Egg
Egg
Elder Guardian Spawn Egg
Ender Pearl
End Crystal
Enderman Spawn Egg
Endermite Spawn Egg
Evoker Spawn Egg
Eye of Ender
Firework Rocket
Fire Charge
Fox Spawn Egg
Ghast Spawn Egg
Guardian Spawn Egg
Horse Spawn Egg
Husk Spawn Egg
Item Frame
Jungle Boat
Kelp
Lava Bucket
Lead
Lingering Potions
Llama Spawn Egg
Magma Cube Spawn Egg
Melon Seeds
Minecart
Minecart with Chest
Minecart with Command Block
Minecart with Furnace
Minecart with Hopper
Minecart with TNT
Mooshroom Spawn Egg
Mule Spawn Egg
Nether Wart
Oak Boat
Ocelot Spawn Egg
Painting
Panda Spawn Egg
Parrot Spawn Egg
Phantom Spawn Egg
Pig Spawn Egg
Pillager Spawn Egg
Polar Bear Spawn Egg
Potato
Pufferfish Spawn Egg
Pumpkin Seeds
Rabbit Spawn Egg
Ravager Spawn Egg
Redstone Dust
Salmon Spawn Egg
Sheep Spawn Egg
Shulker Spawn Egg
Silverfish Spawn Egg
Skeleton Horse Spawn Egg
Skeleton Spawn Egg
Slime Spawn Egg
Snowball
Spider Spawn Egg
Splash Potions
Spruce Boat
Squid Spawn Egg
Stray Spawn Egg
String
Sugar Cane
Sweet Berries
Trader Llama Spawn Egg
Trident
Tropical Fish Spawn Egg
Turtle Spawn Egg
Vex Spawn Egg
Villager Spawn Egg
Vindicator Spawn Egg
Wandering Trader Spawn Egg
Water Bucket
Wheat Seeds
Witch Spawn Egg
Wither Skeleton Spawn Egg
Wolf Spawn Egg
Zombie Horse Spawn Egg
Zombie Pigman Spawn Egg
Zombie Spawn Egg
Zombie Villager Spawn Egg
Items with use
in the world
Apple
Arrow
Baked Potato
Beetroot Soup
Beetroot
Black Dye
Blue Dye
Bone
Bone Meal
Book and Quill
Bow
Bowl
Bread
Brown Dye
Carrot on a Stick
Chainmail Boots
Chainmail Chestplate
Chainmail Helmet
Chainmail Leggings
Charcoal
Chorus Fruit
Coal
Cooked Chicken
Cooked Cod
Cooked Mutton
Cooked Porkchop
Cooked Rabbit
Cooked Salmon
Cookie
Crossbow
Cyan Dye
Debug Stick
Diamond Axe
Diamond Boots
Diamond Chestplate
Diamond Helmet
Diamond Hoe
Diamond Horse Armor
Diamond Leggings
Diamond Pickaxe
Diamond Shovel
Diamond Sword
Dried Kelp
Elytra
Empty Map
Enchanted Book
Enchanted Golden Apple
Map or Explorer Map
Fishing Rod
Flint and Steel
Glass Bottle
Golden Apple
Golden Axe
Golden Boots
Golden Carrot
Golden Chestplate
Golden Helmet
Golden Hoe
Golden Horse Armor
Golden Leggings
Golden Pickaxe
Golden Shovel
Golden Sword
Gray Dye
Green Dye
Ink Sac
Iron Axe
Iron Boots
Iron Chestplate
Iron Helmet
Iron Hoe
Iron Horse Armor
Iron Leggings
Iron Nugget
Iron Pickaxe
Iron Shovel
Iron Sword
Knowledge Book
Lapis Lazuli
Leather Boots
Leather Cap
Leather Horse Armor
Leather Pants
Leather Tunic
Light Blue Dye
Light Gray Dye
Lime Dye
Magenta Dye
Melon Slice
Milk Bucket
Mushroom Stew
Music Disc (Ward)
Music Disc (Wait)
Music Disc (Stal)
Music Disc (Mellohi)
Music Disc (Mall)
Music Disc (Far)
Music Disc (Chirp)
Music Disc (Cat)
Music Disc (Blocks)
Music Disc (13)
Music Disc (11)
Music Disc (Strad)
Name Tag
Orange Dye
Pink Dye
Poisonous Potato
Potions
Pufferfish
Pumpkin Pie
Purple Dye
Rabbit Stew
Raw Beef
Raw Chicken
Raw Cod
Raw Mutton
Raw Porkchop
Raw Rabbit
Raw Salmon
Red Dye
Rotten Flesh
Saddle
Shears
Shield
Spectral Arrow
Spider Eye
Steak
Stone Axe
Stone Hoe
Stone Pickaxe
Stone Shovel
Stone Sword
Sugar
Suspicious Stew
Tipped Arrows
Totem of Undying
Tropical Fish
Turtle Shell
Wheat
White Dye
Wooden Axe
Wooden Hoe
Wooden Pickaxe
Wooden Shovel
Wooden Sword
Written Book
Yellow Dye
Items with no
use in the world
Banner Pattern (Thing)
Banner Pattern (Skull Charge)
Banner Pattern (Creeper Charge)
Banner Pattern (Globe)
Banner Pattern (Flower Charge)
Blaze Powder
Blaze Rod
Book
Brick
Clay
Clock
Compass
Diamond
Dragon's Breath
Emerald
Feather
Fermented Spider Eye
Firework Star
Flint
Glistering Melon Slice
Glowstone Dust
Gold Ingot
Gold Nugget
Ghast Tear
Gunpowder
Heart of the Sea
Iron Ingot
Leather
Magma Cream
Nautilus Shell
Nether Brick
Nether Quartz
Nether Star
Paper
Phantom Membrane
Popped Chorus Fruit
Prismarine Crystals
Prismarine Shard
Rabbit Hide
Rabbit's Foot
Scute
Shulker Shell
Slimeball
Stick

Education Edition only

These items can be accessed only in Education Edition. The portfolio and camera are obtainable through Creative mode and the /give command.


Unimplemented items

Some items are unimplemented, or have been mentioned to be implemented in the future.

Removed items

Removed items no longer exist in current versions of the game.

Video

History

Java Edition Classic
0.24_SURVIVAL_TESTArrows were added as an object and were fired by pressing Tab ↹.
Java Edition Indev
December 31, 2009Added the inventory, and with it, the first "non-tile" items.
Notch was hard at work making items and the inventory fully functional.[1][2]
0.31January 11, 2010, 1Added the first functioning items: iron shovel, iron pickaxe, iron axe, and flint and steel.
Because the crafting system did not exist at this point, these items were automatically added to the inventory after creating a new world.[3]
Apples were added, but they currently serve no function.
January 22, 2010Can now place blocks on resource items
Dropped items now experience gravity.
January 24, 2010Can now drop a whole stack of items instead of just one at a time.
January 28, 2010Items are now 3D.
January 29, 2010Added crafting.
Right-clicking drops one of a stack.
Added the following items: diamonds (originally emeralds), iron ingots, gold ingots, sticks, bowls, mushrooms, mushroom stew, bows, signs, pickaxes, swords, shovels, and axes (iron, diamond, and golden).
January 30, 2010Crafting improved; now has 36 recipes.
Java Edition
1.3.112w15aStackable items now stack outside inventory when thrown to the ground individually.
1.814w25aAll items are now models, some are still generated from item icons.
Resource packs can make models for all items.
1.1317w49aItems can be "tagged" with an ID.

Issues

Issues relating to "Item" are maintained on the bug tracker. Report issues there.

See also

References