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Banner
White Banner.pngOrange Banner.pngMagenta Banner.pngLight Blue Banner.pngYellow Banner.pngLime Banner.pngPink Banner.pngGray Banner.pngLight Gray Banner.pngCyan Banner.pngPurple Banner.pngBlue Banner.pngBrown Banner.pngGreen Banner.pngRed Banner.pngBlack Banner.png
White Wall Banner.pngOrange Wall Banner.pngMagenta Wall Banner.pngLight Blue Wall Banner.pngYellow Wall Banner.pngLime Wall Banner.pngPink Wall Banner.pngGray Wall Banner.pngLight Gray Wall Banner.pngCyan Wall Banner.pngPurple Wall Banner.pngBlue Wall Banner.pngBrown Wall Banner.pngGreen Wall Banner.pngRed Wall Banner.pngBlack Wall Banner.png
Type

Non-Solid Block

Physics

No

Transparency

Yes

Luminance

No

Blast resistance

5

Hardness

1

Tool

Renewable

Yes

Stackable

Yes (16)

Flammable

No

Drops

Itself

Block Entity ID

See § Data values

Data values

See § Data values

Name

See § Data values

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Banners, are tall decorative blocks, featuring a field that is highly customizable using dyes.

Obtaining[edit]

Banners can be broken with any tool, or without a tool, but an axe is fastest.

Block Banners
Hardness 1
Tool
Breaking time[note 1]
Hand 1.5
Wooden 0.75
Stone 0.4
Iron 0.25
Diamond 0.2
Golden 0.15
  1. Times are for unenchanted tools in seconds.

A banner will also break and drop itself as an item if the block the banner is attached to is moved, removed, or destroyed.

Crafting[edit]

Banners can be crafted from wool and a stick.

Name Ingredients Crafting recipe Description
Banner Matching Wool +
Stick

White Banner Any Banner +
Bleach


Bleach can be used to remove the color of a banner, resulting in a white banner. This includes removing patterns from a white banner.‌[Bedrock and Education editions only]

Natural generation[edit]

Name Location Appearance Design
Magenta Banner Outside of end cities. End City Banner.png Magenta Banner
  • Black Inverted Chevron
  • Black Chevron
Gray Banner In banner room in woodland mansions. Woodland Mansion Banner.png Gray Banner
Light Gray Banner In master bedroom in woodland mansions. Master Bedroom Banner.png Light Gray Banner
  • White Flower Charge
Illager Banner ‌[upcoming: JE 1.14] Carried by the illager patrol leader and raid wave leader.
Outside of pillager outpost watchtowers.
Illager Banner.png White Banner
  • Cyan Lozenge
  • Light Gray Base
  • Gray Pale
  • Light Gray Bordure
  • Black Fess
  • Light Gray Per Fess
  • Light Gray Roundel
  • Black Bordure
Brown Banner Outside of some houses, meeting points, and pillar fountains in new savanna villages.‌[upcoming: JE 1.14 & BE 1.10] Savanna Village Banner.png Brown Banner
Black Banner In throne room in woodland mansions.

Outside of pillager outpost watchtowers.‌[upcoming: BE 1.10]

Black Banner.png Black Banner

Usage[edit]

Overlapping block on a banner.
Overlapping on a wall mounted banner.

There are 16 colored blank banners, and numerous patterns each available in each of the 16 colors. A banner can feature up to 6 different patterns. The top layer of a banner (or the last pattern added) can be washed off by using it on a cauldron containing water.

Banners, much like signs, can be placed both on the ground facing in any direction, or on a wall. Banners have no collision mask as they are completely non-solid, so items and mobs can move through them.

Other blocks (including other banners) can be placed on any edge of a banner's hitbox; which, despite appearing as two blocks tall, it only fills the bottom block on one placed on the ground. This makes it possible to overlap another solid block on the top half of a banner.

When a banner is placed on a vertical block it's position is set by the top block, and it is possible to place it so it appears half buried.

Banners can also be placed in item frames, where they simply appear as their item model.

Water and lava will flow around banners. In Bedrock and Legacy Console editions, banners can be waterlogged.

Lava can create fire in air blocks next to banners as if the banners were flammable, but the banners will not burn up (and can't be burned by other methods, either). Banners also cannot be moved by pistons.

Copying[edit]

Banners can be copied with a blank banner to make multiple identical banners.

Ingredients Crafting recipe Description
Matching Banner


Copies pattern; both banners must have the same base color, and the one that will have patterns printed onto it must have no preexisting patterns.

Loom ingredient[edit]

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Crafting ingredient[edit]

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Shields can have patterns applied to them using banners. The shield pattern has a smaller resolution than the banner pattern, causing them to look different or offset.

Name Ingredients Crafting recipe Description
Shield Shield +
Matching Banner


Applies the banner pattern to the shield. The banner is consumed.
The shield must have no preexisting patterns.
Does not change existing durability or enchantments on the shield.

Fuel[edit]

Banners can be used as a fuel in furnaces, smelting 1.5 items per banner.

Renaming[edit]

A banner can be given a custom name which remains as the banner is placed and retrieved. The player can use an anvil to rename the banner item, or may change the CustomName tag using the /data command on the banner block.

Map Marker[edit]

Right-clicking with a Map on a banner will place a marker of the banner's position on that map. The marker will have the same colour as the banner's base, and will not have any decorations. The marker remains even after the banner is destroyed. If the banner is Renamed, the name will show above the marker.

Patterns[edit]

A banner may have up to six patterns, which are overlaid with the last-crafted on top.

Any color banner can be used, the color will just be overlayed with the pattern. As of 18w43a[upcoming: JE 1.14], a loom will be used to make patterns instead. However, in Bedrock Edition beta 1.10.0.3, the patterns can still be made in crafting table.

Stripes[edit]

[until JE 1.14]

Name Ingredients Crafting recipe Description
Base Banner Any Banner +
Matching Dye


Emblazons a base (bottom third colored)
Chief Banner Any Banner +
Matching Dye


Emblazons a chief (top third colored)
Pale Dexter Banner Any Banner +
Matching Dye


Emblazons a pale dexter (left third colored)
Pale Sinister Banner Any Banner +
Matching Dye


Emblazons a pale sinister (right third colored)
Pale Banner Any Banner +
Matching Dye


Emblazons a pale (center vertical line)
Fess Banner Any Banner +
Matching Dye


Emblazons a fess (center horizontal line)
Bend Banner Any Banner +
Matching Dye


Emblazons a bend (line from upper-left to lower-right)
Bend Sinister Banner Any Banner +
Matching Dye


Emblazons a bend sinister (line from upper-right to lower-left)
Paly Banner Any Banner +
Matching Dye


Emblazons a paly (vertical pinstripes)
Saltire Banner Any Banner +
Matching Dye


Emblazons a saltire ('X' shape)
Cross Banner Any Banner +
Matching Dye


Emblazons a cross

Halves[edit]

[until JE 1.14]

Name Ingredients Crafting recipe Description
Per Bend Sinister Banner Any Banner +
Matching Dye


Emblazons a per bend sinister (upper-left half colored)
Per Bend Banner Any Banner +
Matching Dye


Emblazons a per bend (upper-right half colored)
Per Bend Inverted Banner Any Banner +
Matching Dye


Emblazons a per bend inverted (lower-left half colored)
Per Bend Sinister Inverted Banner Any Banner +
Matching Dye


Emblazons a per bend sinister inverted (lower-right half colored)
Per Pale Banner Any Banner +
Matching Dye


Emblazons a per pale (left half colored)
Per Pale Inverted Banner Any Banner +
Matching Dye


Emblazons a per pale inverted (right half colored)
Per Fess Banner Any Banner +
Matching Dye


Emblazons a per fess (top half colored)
Per Fess Inverted Banner Any Banner +
Matching Dye


Emblazons a per fess inverted (bottom half colored)

Shapes[edit]

[until JE 1.14]

Name Ingredients Crafting recipe Description
Base Dexter Canton Banner Any Banner +
Matching Dye


Emblazons a base dexter canton (square in lower-left corner)
Base Sinister Canton Banner Any Banner +
Matching Dye


Emblazons a base sinister canton (square in lower-right corner)
Chief Dexter Canton Banner Any Banner +
Matching Dye


Emblazons a chief dexter canton (square in upper-left corner)
Chief Sinister Canton Banner Any Banner +
Matching Dye


Emblazons a chief sinister canton (square in upper-right corner)
Chevron Banner Any Banner +
Matching Dye


Emblazons a chevron (triangle at bottom)
Inverted Chevron Banner Any Banner +
Matching Dye


Emblazons an inverted chevron (triangle at top)
Base Indented Banner Any Banner +
Matching Dye


Emblazons a base indented (scallop shapes at bottom)
Chief Indented Banner Any Banner +
Matching Dye


Emblazons a chief indented (scallop shapes at top)
Roundel Banner Any Banner +
Matching Dye


Emblazons a roundel (circle in center)
Lozenge Banner Any Banner +
Matching Dye


Emblazons a lozenge (rhombus in center)

Borders[edit]

[until JE 1.14]

Name Ingredients Crafting recipe Description
Bordure Banner Any Banner +
Matching Dye

Emblazons a bordure (border)
Dyed Bordure Indented Banner Any Banner +
Matching Dye +
Vines


Emblazons a dyed bordure indented (fancy border)

Backgrounds[edit]

[until JE 1.14]

Name Ingredients Crafting recipe Description
Dyed Field Masoned Banner Any Banner +
Matching Dye +
Bricks


Emblazons a dyed field masoned (brick pattern)

Gradients[edit]

[until JE 1.14]

Name Ingredients Crafting recipe Description
Gradient Banner Any Banner +
Matching Dye