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Log
Oak Log Axis Y Revision 5.pngSpruce Log Axis Y Revision 5.pngSpruce Log Axis Y Revision 5.pngBirch Log Axis Y Revision 5.pngJungle Log Axis Y Revision 6.pngAcacia Log Axis Y Revision 5.pngDark Oak Log Axis Y Revision 5.pngDark Oak Log Axis Y Revision 5.png
Stripped Oak Log Axis Y Revision 2.pngStripped Spruce Log Axis Y Revision 2.pngStripped Spruce Log BE.pngStripped Birch Log Axis Y Revision 2.pngStripped Jungle Log Axis Y Revision 4.pngStripped Acacia Log Axis Y Revision 2.pngStripped Dark Oak Log Axis Y Revision 2.pngStripped Dark Oak Log BE.png
Transparent

No

Luminance

No

Blast resistance

10

Tool

Renewable

Yes

Stackable

Yes (64) (same species only)

Flammable

Yes (5)

Catches fire from lava

Yes

Drops

Itself

Data values

See § Data values

Namespaced ID

See § Data values

Tags
Duncan Geere Mojang avatar.png

I'd estimate that about 95 percent of my Minecraft worlds begin with me collecting a single block of Oak Wood. It's the mother-block - the block from which everything else in the game develops. Without collecting wood, it's almost impossible to play Minecraft. Seriously, try playing Minecraft without wood. It'll be about as much fun as playing blindfolded, or with me screaming "USE WOOD YOU FOOL!" into your ear the entire time.

Duncan Geere[1]

Log is a naturally occurring block found in trees, primarily used to create planks. It comes in six types: oak, spruce, birch, jungle, acacia, and dark oak.

Stripped log is a variant obtained by using an axe on a log.

Natural generation[edit]

Oak

Oak logs generate as part of houses in plains villages, and as supporting beams of witch huts.

Stripped oak logs generate in plains villages.

Spruce

Spruce logs generate as part of houses in taiga and snowy villages.

Stripped spruce logs generate in snowy tundra villages.

Acacia

Acacia logs generate as part of houses in savanna villages.

Stripped acacia logs generate in savanna villages.

Dark Oak

Dark oak logs can generate in pillager outposts as a pile of logs, and as part of watchtowers.

Mixed

Oak, spruce, and dark oak logs generate as masts in shipwrecks.‌[Java Edition only]

Stripped oak, birch, spruce, acacia, jungle, and dark oak logs generate as masts in shipwrecks.‌[BE & LCE only]

Oak and dark oak logs blocks generate as part of woodland mansions.

Trees[edit]

Log blocks of all six types generate naturally as part of trees. Trees can also be grown using saplings.

Stripped logs[edit]

Using an axe on a log will turn it into a stripped log. They act the same as regular logs and can be turned into wood.

Obtaining[edit]

Log can be broken by hand, but using an axe will speed up the process.

Block Log
Stripped Log
Hardness 2
Tool
Breaking time[note 1]
Hand 3
Wooden 1.5
Stone 0.75
Iron 0.5
Diamond 0.4
Golden 0.25
  1. Times are for unenchanted tools in seconds. For more information, see Haste § Instant mining.

Chest loot[edit]

Oak logs can be found in 28.0% of bonus chests in stacks of 1–3.

In Bedrock Edition they can be found in 25.0% of bonus chests in stacks of 1–3.

Birch logs can be found in 28.0% of bonus chests in stacks of 1–3.

In Bedrock Edition they can be found in 25.0% of bonus chests in stacks of 1–3.

Spruce logs can be found in 28.0% of bonus chests in stacks of 1–3, and in 65.6% of taiga village house chests in stacks of 1–5.

In Bedrock Edition they can be found in 25.0% of bonus chests in stacks of 1–3, and in 69.3% of taiga village house chests in stacks of 1–5.

Jungle logs can be found in 28.0% of bonus chests in stacks of 1–3.

In Bedrock Edition they can be found in 25.0% of bonus chests in stacks of 1–3.

Acacia logs can be found in 28.0% of bonus chests in stacks of 1–3.

In Bedrock Edition they can be found in 50.0% of bonus chests in stacks of 1–3.

Dark oak logs can be found in 28.0% of bonus chests in stacks of 1–3, and in all pillager outpost chests in stacks of 2–3.

In Bedrock Edition they can be found in 50.0% of bonus chests in stacks of 1–3.

Usage[edit]

Crafting ingredient[edit]

Name Ingredients Crafting recipe Description
Campfire Stick +
Coal or
Charcoal +
Any Log or
Any Stripped Log

Planks Matching Log or
Matching Stripped Log
Smoker Any Log or
Any Stripped Log +
Furnace

Stripped Wood Matching Stripped Log [Java and Bedrock editions only][upcoming: 1.15]
Wood Matching Log

Further crafting[edit]

The following table presents the amount of log needed to produce an even multiple of a given item with no waste left over, and the quantity produced:

Product Number of log
needed
Product
amount
Ratio
Boat 5 4 80%
Bowl 3 16 533.33%
Button 1 4 400%
Charcoal 0 crafted, 1 cooked[note 1] 1 100%
Chest 2 1 50%
Crafting Table 1 1 100%
Door 3 6 200%
Fences 5 12 240%
Fence Gates 1 1 100%
Ladder 7 24 342.86%
Sign 13 24 184.62%
Stick 1 8 800%
Torch 1 crafted, 8 cooked[note 1] 32 355.56%
Planks 1 4 400%
Wooden Axe 2[note 2] 2 100%
Wooden Hoe 3 4 133.33%
Wooden Pickaxe 2[note 2] 2 100%
Wooden Pressure Plate 1 2 200%
Wooden Shovel 1 2 200%
Wooden Slab 3 24 800%
Wooden Stairs 3 8 266.67%
Wooden Sword 5 8 160%
Wooden Trapdoor 3 4 133.33%
  1. a b Requires the burning of wood into charcoal in a furnace. Thus, you will need 8 cobblestone and burning material. The cobblestone and fuel are ignored for the purpose of this conversion.
  2. a b Because one plank cannot be crafted into two sticks, this crafting recipe requires two wood for two units.

Smelting ingredient[edit]

Name Ingredients Smelting recipe
Charcoal Any Log or
Any Stripped Log +
Any fuel


This recipe awards 0.15 experience.

Fuel[edit]

Wood logs can be used as a fuel in furnaces, smelting 1.5 items per block. It is far more efficient to craft each log into four wood planks: each plank will burn as long as the log would have, for a total of 6 items.

Smelting log into charcoal is slightly better: each charcoal will smelt 8 items, but the charcoal itself needs to be smelted. The net items smelted therefore is 7. Also, the increased need to load and unload items will usually result in some loss of smelting time.

Sounds[edit]

Sound Subtitle Namespaced ID Subtitle ID Source Pitch Volume Attenuation distance
Block breaking block.wood.hit subtitles.block.generic.hit Blocks 0.8 ? ?
Block broken block.wood.break subtitles.block.generic.break Blocks 0.8 ? ?
Block placed block.wood.place subtitles.block.generic.place Blocks 0.8 ? ?
Footsteps block.wood.step subtitles.block.generic.footsteps Blocks 0.8 ? ?
No subtitle block.wood.fall (Unknown playing conditions) Blocks 0.8 ? ?

Data values[edit]

In Bedrock and Legacy Console editions, oak, spruce, birch, and jungle log and wood have the ID name minecraft:log and are further defined by their block data or block state. Acacia and dark oak log and wood blocks have the ID name minecraft:log2 and are further defined by their block data or block state.

Note that when a log is placed, it changes its facing parameters, placing in the direction relative to the block it is placed on.

Logs only consider the axis; a sideways log placed while facing north will not have a top texture rotated 180 degrees from a log placed south.[2]

ID[edit]

Java Edition:

Name Namespaced ID Tags
Oak Log oak_log #logs, #oak_logs
Spruce Log spruce_log #logs, #spruce_logs
Birch Log birch_log #logs, #birch_logs
Jungle Log jungle_log #logs, #jungle_logs
Acacia Log acacia_log #logs, #acacia_logs
Dark Oak Log dark_oak_log #logs, #dark_oak_logs
Stripped Oak Log stripped_oak_log #logs, #oak_logs
Stripped Spruce Log stripped_spruce_log #logs, #spruce_logs
Stripped Birch Log stripped_birch_log #logs, #birch_logs
Stripped Jungle Log stripped_jungle_log #logs, #jungle_logs
Stripped Acacia Log stripped_acacia_log #logs, #acacia_logs
Stripped Dark Oak Log stripped_dark_oak_log #logs, #dark_oak_logs

Bedrock Edition:

Name Namespaced ID Numeric ID
Wood (oak to jungle) log 17
Wood (acacia to dark oak) log2 162
Stripped Spruce Wood stripped_spruce_log 260
Stripped Birch Wood stripped_birch_log 261
Stripped Jungle Wood stripped_jungle_log 262
Stripped Acacia Wood stripped_acacia_log 263
Stripped Dark Oak Wood stripped_dark_oak_log 264
Stripped Oak Wood stripped_oak_log 265

Block data[edit]

In Bedrock Edition, log uses the following data values:

Log
Bits Values
0x1
0x2
A two-bit field storing a value of 0 to 3 specifying the type of wood:
  • 0: Oak Wood
  • 1: Spruce Wood
  • 2: Birch Wood
  • 3: Jungle Wood
0x4
0x8
A two-bit field storing a value of 0 to 3 specifying the orientation of the wood:
  • 0: Facing Up/Down
  • 1: Facing East/West
  • 2: Facing North/South
  • 3: Only bark
Log 2
Bits Values
0x1
0x2
A two-bit field storing a value of 0 to 1 specifying the type of wood:
  • 0: Acacia Wood
  • 1: Dark Oak Wood
0x4
0x8
A two-bit field storing a value of 0 to 3 specifying the orientation of the wood:
  • 0: Facing Up/Down
  • 1: Facing East/West
  • 2: Facing North/South
  • 3: Only bark
Stripped Log
DV Description
0 Facing up/down
1 Facing east/west
2 Facing north/south
3 All side

Block states[edit]

Java Edition:

Name Default value Allowed values Description
axisy xThe log is oriented east–west.
yThe log is oriented vertically.
zThe log is oriented north–south.

Bedrock Edition:
Log

Name Default value Allowed values Description
direction0 0The log is oriented vertically.
1The log is oriented east–west.
2The log is oriented north–south.
old_log_typeoak oakOak Log
spruceSpruce Log
birchBirch Log
jungleJungle Log

Log2

Name Default value Allowed values Description
direction0 0The log is oriented vertically.
1The log is oriented east–west.
2The log is oriented north–south.
new_log_typeacacia acaciaAcacia Log
dark_oakDark Oak Log

Achievements[edit]

Icon Achievement In-game description Actual requirements (if different) Availability Xbox points earned Trophy type (PS)
Xbox PS Bedrock Nintendo
Getting WoodAttack a tree until a block of wood pops outPick up log from the ground.YesYesYesYes10GBronze
Renewable EnergySmelt wood trunks using charcoal to make more charcoal.YesYesYesYes10GBronze

History[edit]

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Please remove this notice once you've added suitable images to the article. The specific instructions are: x- and z-axis renders of 1.14 log texture changes, logs rendered with top texture changes in all 3 orientations, and renders of glitched logs from old PlayStation 3 Edition versions (a link to a video of most but not all of these is provided below, however, glitch blocks such as Inverted Oak Wood.png are still missing from it)
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Please remove this notice once you've added suitable images to the article. The specific instructions are: Birch and jungle wood textures of TU19/CU7/Playstation 1.12.
Java Edition Classic
May 21, 2009Notch shows interest in adding wood.
0.0.14aOak Log Axis Y Revision 1.png Added wood.
Oak wood is currently one of the first blocks in Minecraft.
0.0.15aOak Log Axis Y Revision 2.png The texture of wood has now been changed.
August 25, 2009Showed that breaking wood will now drop 3–5 wood planks.
0.24_SURVIVAL_TESTThe above changed of breaking wood dropping 3-5 wood planks has now been implemented.[needs testing]
Java Edition Indev
February 23, 2010Breaking wood will now give the block instead of planks.
Java Edition Alpha
v1.2.0?Wood can now only be destroyed by fire if it had several sides simultaneously burning. If only one side was burning, the fire and wood block will last forever.
Java Edition Beta
1.2Birch Log Axis Y Revision 1.png Spruce Log Axis Y Revision 1.png Added birch and spruce wood.
Wood can now be smelted into charcoal.
1.4Wood and wood planks will now burn and be destroyed if any one of the sides are lit on fire.
1.5With the addition of birch and spruce saplings, their respective wood types have now become renewable resources.
Added "Getting Wood" achievement for chopping then picking up wood.
Java Edition
1.2.112w03aJungle Log Axis Y Revision 1.png Added jungle wood.
1.2.4releaseDifferent types of wood will now produce different colors of planks when crafted.
1.3.112w16aOak wood is now found in the new bonus chests.
12w22aInventory sprites for blocks have been flipped from left to right, changing to .
12w30dOak Log Axis X Revision 1.pngOak Log Axis Z Revision 1.png Birch Log Axis X Revision 1.pngBirch Log Axis Z Revision 1.png Spruce Log Axis X Revision 1.pngSpruce Log Axis Z Revision 1.png Jungle Log Axis X Revision 1.pngJungle Log Axis Z Revision 1.png All types of blocks of wood are now rotatable, with the wood placed with the inner side facing the player (similarly to pistons).
1.4.212w38aWood blocks will now have new sounds when being walked on and broken.
The orientation of placed wood blocks is now determined by which face of another block they are placed against, similarly to levers.
1.6.113w24aAs a feature of resource packs, each wood block has its own top, meaning that wood tops can now be colored separately.
1.7.213w43aAcacia Log Axis Y Revision 1.pngAcacia Log Axis X Revision 1.pngAcacia Log Axis Z Revision 1.png Dark Oak Log Axis Y Revision 1.pngDark Oak Log Axis X Revision 1.pngDark Oak Log Axis Z Revision 2.png Added two new types of wood: acacia and roofed oak.
1.7-preBirch Log Axis Y Revision 2.pngBirch Log Axis X Revision 2.pngBirch Log Axis Z Revision 2.png Spruce Log Axis Y Revision 2.pngSpruce Log Axis X Revision 2.pngSpruce Log Axis Z Revision 2.png Jungle Log Axis Y Revision 2.pngJungle Log Axis X Revision 2.pngJungle Log Axis Z Revision 2.png The top texture of all blocks of wood will now have unique textures, rather than sharing it with oak.
Acacia Log Axis Y Revision 2.pngAcacia Log Axis X Revision 2.pngAcacia Log Axis Z Revision 2.png The textures of acacia wood have now been drastically changed.
Dark Oak Log Axis Y Revision 2.pngDark Oak Log Axis X Revision 2.pngDark Oak Log Axis Z Revision 2.png "Roofed Oak" has now been renamed to "Dark Oak Wood" and has been given a unique texture.
Wood in bonus chests may now also be acacia.
1.915w43aWood found in bonus chests can now may be of any type, rather than just acacia or oak.
15w44aBonus chests will now have less wood.
1.1116w39aOak and dark oak wood will now generate in woodland mansions.
1.1317w47a"Wood" has now been renamed to "Log".
The different variant block states and the axis=none block state for both the log and log2 IDs have now been split up into their own IDs.
Prior to The Flattening, these blocks' numeral IDs were 17 and 162.
18w07aStripped Oak Log Revision 1.pngStripped Oak Log Axis X Revision 1.pngStripped Oak Log Axis Z Revision 1.png Stripped Birch Log Revision 1.pngStripped Birch Log Axis X Revision 1.pngStripped Birch Log Axis Z Revision 1.png Stripped Spruce Log Revision 1.pngStripped Spruce Log Axis X Revision 1.pngStripped Spruce Log Axis Z Revision 1.png Stripped Jungle Log Revision 1.pngStripped Jungle Log Axis X Revision 1.pngStripped Jungle Log Axis Z Revision 1.png Stripped Acacia Log Revision 1.pngStripped Acacia Log Axis X Revision 1.pngStripped Acacia Log Axis Z Revision 1.png Stripped Dark Oak Log Revision 1.pngStripped Dark Oak Log Axis X Revision 1.pngStripped Dark Oak Log Axis Z Revision 1.png Added stripped logs.
pre1Stripped Jungle Log Revision 2.pngStripped Jungle Log Axis X Revision 2.pngStripped Jungle Log Axis Z Revision 2.png The side texture for stripped jungle logs has now been changed.
July 18, 2017Jeb tweets an image of new textures for iron blocks, obsidian and birch logs.
July 19, 2017Jeb replies with an image of all the new log textures.
July 19, 2017JAPPA tweets an image of a less-blurry birch texture.
July 22, 2017Jappa tweets an image of new crafting table, wood planks and wood textures.
1.1418w43aOak Log Axis Y Revision 3.png Spruce Log Axis Y Revision 3.png Birch Log Axis Y Revision 3.png Jungle Log Axis Y Revision 3.png Acacia Log Axis Y Revision 3.png Dark Oak Log Axis Y Revision 3.png The textures of logs has now been changed.
18w47aOak Log Axis Y Revision 4.png Spruce Log Axis Y Revision 4.png Birch Log Axis Y Revision 4.png Jungle Log Axis Y Revision 4.png Acacia Log Axis Y Revision 4.png Dark Oak Log Axis Y Revision 4.png The textures of logs has now been changed again.
18w47bOak Log Axis Y Revision 5.png Spruce Log Axis Y Revision 5.png Birch Log Axis Y Revision 5.png Jungle Log Axis Y Revision 5.png Acacia Log Axis Y Revision 5.png Dark Oak Log Axis Y Revision 5.png The top textures of logs has now been changed.
Stripped Oak Log Axis Y Revision 2.png Stripped Spruce Log Axis Y Revision 2.png Stripped Birch Log Axis Y Revision 2.png Stripped Jungle Log Axis Y Revision 3.png Stripped Acacia Log Axis Y Revision 2.png Stripped Dark Oak Log Axis Y Revision 2.png The top textures of stripped logs has now been changed.
18w50aLogs can now be used to craft a smoker.
Jungle Log Axis Y Revision 6.png Stripped Jungle Log Axis Y Revision 4.png The top texture of jungle log has now been changed once again.
19w02aStripped logs and logs can now be used to craft campfires.
Pocket Edition Alpha
0.1.0Oak Log Axis Y Revision 2.png Spruce Log Axis Y Revision 1.png Birch Log Axis Y Revision 1.png Added oak, spruce and birch wood.
0.3.0Wood can now be collected.
0.8.0build 2Jungle Log Axis Y Revision 1.png Added jungle wood.
Oak Log Axis X Revision 1.pngOak Log Axis Z Revision 1.png Birch Log Axis X Revision 1.pngBirch Log Axis Z Revision 1.png Spruce Log Axis X Revision 1.pngSpruce Log Axis Z Revision 1.png Jungle Log Axis X Revision 1.pngJungle Log Axis Z Revision 1.png All types of blocks of wood are now rotatable, with the wood placed with the inner side facing the player.
Jungle wood has now been added to the creative inventory.
0.9.0build 1Acacia Log Axis Y Revision 2.png Dark Oak Log Axis Y Revision 2.png Added acacia wood and dark oak wood.
Jungle wood will now generate naturally.
Spruce Log Axis Y Revision 2.png Birch Log Axis Y Revision 2.png Jungle Log Axis Y Revision 2.png The texture of wood tops have been their own unique texture for each type of wood.
Oak wood will now generate naturally in plains and savanna villages.
0.11.0?The tooltip has now been changed from [woodtype] Log to [woodtype] Wood. When it was named "log" in the first place is unknown.
0.14.0build 1Spruce wood will now generate in witch huts.
0.15.0build 1Savanna villages will now generate using acacia wood, which previously used oak wood.
Spruce wood will now generate in taiga and ice plains villages.
Pocket Edition
1.1.0alpha 1.1.0.0Oak and dark oak wood will now generate in woodland mansions.
Bedrock Edition
1.2.0beta 1.2.0.2Wood can now be found inside bonus chests.
Woodland mansions now have birch wood instead of oak wood.
1.4.0beta 1.2.13.8Stripped Oak Log Revision 1.pngStripped Oak Log Axis X Revision 1.pngStripped Oak Log Axis Z Revision 1.png Stripped Birch Log Revision 1.pngStripped Birch Log Axis X Revision 1.pngStripped Birch Log Axis Z Revision 1.png Stripped Spruce Log BE Revision 1.pngStripped Spruce Log BE Axis X Revision 1.pngStripped Spruce Log BE Axis Z Revision 1.png Stripped Jungle Log Revision 1.pngStripped Jungle Log Axis X Revision 1.pngStripped Jungle Log Axis Z Revision 1.png Stripped Acacia Log Revision 1.pngStripped Acacia Log Axis X Revision 1.pngStripped Acacia Log Axis Z Revision 1.png Stripped Dark Oak Log BE Revision 1.pngStripped Dark Oak Log BE Axis X Revision 1.pngStripped Dark Oak Log BE Axis Z Revision 1.png Added stripped logs as part of Experimental Gameplay.
beta 1.2.14.2Stripped logs have now been fully implemented.
As an exclusive feature, oak, spruce and dark oak stripped logs will now generate as part of shipwrecks.
beta 1.2.20.1Stripped Jungle Log Revision 2.pngStripped Jungle Log Axis X Revision 2.pngStripped Jungle Log Axis Z Revision 2.png The side textures for stripped jungle wood has been changed.
releaseStripped Spruce Log BE Revision 2.pngStripped Spruce Log BE Axis X Revision 2.pngStripped Spruce Log BE Axis Z Revision 2.png Stripped Dark Oak Log BE Revision 2.pngStripped Dark Oak Log BE Axis X Revision 2.pngStripped Dark Oak Log BE Axis Z Revision 2.png The top textures of stripped spruce and stripped dark oak logs have now been changed.
1.10.0beta 1.10.0.3Oak Log Axis Y Revision 5.png Spruce Log Axis Y Revision 5.png Birch Log Axis Y Revision 5.png Jungle Log Axis Y Revision 6.png Acacia Log Axis Y Revision 5.png Dark Oak Log Axis Y Revision 5.png The textures of logs have now been changed.
Stripped Oak Log Axis Y Revision 2.png Stripped Spruce Log BE.png Stripped Birch Log Axis Y Revision 2.png Stripped Jungle Log Axis Y Revision 4.png Stripped Acacia Log Axis Y Revision 2.png Stripped Dark Oak Log BE.png The top textures of stripped logs have now been changed.
"Wood" and "Stripped Wood" have now been renamed to "Log" and "Stripped Log".
Logs are now used to craft wood, campfires, and smokers.
Stripped spruce, oak, and acacia logs now generate in new villages.
Dark oak logs now generate in pillager outpost watchtowers and as a pile of logs.
Dark oak logs can now be found in pillager outpost chests.
1.11.0beta 1.11.0.1Spruce logs can now be found in taiga and snowy taiga village house chests.
Legacy Console Edition
TU1CU11.0Patch 1Oak Log Axis Y Revision 2.png Spruce Log Axis Y Revision 2.png Birch Log Axis Y Revision 2.png Added oak, spruce and birch wood, with unique top textures, despite being released before 1.7.
TU9Spruce wood and birch wood can now be crafted into spruce and birch wood planks, stairs and slabs.
TU12Jungle Log Axis Y Revision 2.png Added jungle wood, which can now be crafted into jungle wood planks.
TU141.04All types of blocks of wood are now rotatable, with the wood placed with the inner side facing the player (similarly to pistons).
Prior to this update, in PlayStation 3 Edition, wood with special data values only looked like it is in Java Edition in the inventory or when held, and when placed looked completely different.
TU19CU71.12The textures for birch and jungle wood have now been updated.
TU27CU151.18Acacia Log Axis Y Revision 2.png Dark Oak Log Axis Y Revision 2.png Added acacia and dark oak wood to the creative inventory.
TU31CU191.22Patch 3Acacia and dark oak wood is now obtainable in survival.
TU69CU571.76Patch 38Stripped Oak Log Revision 1.pngStripped Oak Log Axis X Revision 1.pngStripped Oak Log Axis Z Revision 1.png Stripped Birch Log Revision 1.pngStripped Birch Log Axis X Revision 1.pngStripped Birch Log Axis Z Revision 1.png Stripped Spruce Log Revision 1.pngStripped Spruce Log Axis X Revision 1.pngStripped Spruce Log Axis Z Revision 1.png Stripped Jungle Log Revision 1.pngStripped Jungle Log Axis X Revision 1.pngStripped Jungle Log Axis Z Revision 1.png Stripped Acacia Log Revision 1.pngStripped Acacia Log Axis X Revision 1.pngStripped Acacia Log Axis Z Revision 1.png Stripped Dark Oak Log Revision 1.pngStripped Dark Oak Log Axis X Revision 1.pngStripped Dark Oak Log Axis Z Revision 1.png Added stripped wood.
PlayStation 4 Edition
1.90"Wood" and "Stripped Wood" have now been renamed to "Log" and "Stripped Log".
Oak Log Axis Y Revision 5.png Spruce Log Axis Y Revision 5.png Birch Log Axis Y Revision 5.png Jungle Log Axis Y Revision 6.png Acacia Log Axis Y Revision 5.png Dark Oak Log Axis Y Revision 5.png The textures of logs have now been changed.
Stripped Oak Log Axis Y Revision 2.png Stripped Spruce Log Axis Y Revision 2.png Stripped Birch Log Axis Y Revision 2.png Stripped Jungle Log Axis Y Revision 4.png Stripped Acacia Log Axis Y Revision 2.png Stripped Dark Oak Log Axis Y Revision 2.png The top textures of stripped logs have now been changed.

Issues[edit]

Issues relating to "Wood", "Log", or "Stripped log" are maintained on the bug tracker. Report issues there.

Trivia[edit]

  • Dark oak and acacia logs previously shared‌[Java Edition only] or currently do share‌[Bedrock Edition only] a block ID separate from the old logs, called log2, because all the other data values on the previous log block were occupied by rotated variants (red sandstone slabs suffered a similar fate). There are still 8 remaining data values on the block that cannot be obtained.‌[Bedrock Edition only]

Gallery[edit]

References[edit]

  1. "Block of the Week: Oak Wood" – Minecraft.net, June 16, 2017
  2. MC-132180