Rarity

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Rarity is a statistic applied to items, blocks and advancements to signify their value and ease in obtaining. The only effect rarity has on an item is the color with which their name appears when selected in the hotbar[1], moused over in the inventory or produced via the /give command (but not when viewed in an item frame[2] or as the contents of a shulker box[3]), and has no effect on gameplay whatsoever.

The only way to change an item's rarity is to enchant it, which brings its rarity to Rare from Common or Uncommon.

Tiers[edit]

Rarity Description List Color
Rarity Common.png Applies to most items. All blocks/items not listed White
Uncommon Mostly common treasure items, as well as drops from minor bosses.
Bottle o' Enchanting


Dragon's Breath


Elytra


Enchanted Book


Heads


Heart of the Sea


Nether Star


Totem of Undying
Yellow
Rare Items crafted from boss drops, as well as trickier to obtain treasures.
Beacon


Conduit




Enchanted armor, tools and weapons

End Crystal


Golden Apple


Music Discs
Cyan
Epic Mostly reserved for extremely difficult-to-obtain treasures. Certain Creative-exclusive blocks and items are also contained here, however, exceptions exist (such as player heads, which are Uncommon, and smooth blocks, which are Common).


Command Blocks

Dragon Egg


Enchanted Golden Apple


Structure Block


Jigsaw Block

All Challenge Advancements
Magenta

History[edit]

Java Edition
1.0.0 Beta 1.9 Prerelease 2 The tooltip of the golden apple is now magenta, making it the first item to have a tooltip with a color other than white.
1.3.1 12w21a Golden apples now have a blue tooltip, and added enchanted golden apples, which have the same magenta tooltip color as normal golden apples previously did.
1.13 18w21a Added different colored tooltips for certain items, based on their rarity.

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