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reserved6 is an unused former placeholder block.
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reserved6 is an unused block with a completely off-white texture present in Bedrock Edition. It acted as a placeholder block for fire between v0.3.3 alpha and v0.6.1 alpha, due to a bug in fire spreading mechanics that caused fire to spread to any block. Before becoming unused, the block was called .name and it had the texture of a stone block. In v0.7.0 alpha, fire returned with fixed spreading mechanics, replacing reserved6. Its data value, however, changed to ID 255. Currently, it can only be obtained through inventory editing.
|Name||Namespaced ID||Numeric ID||Translation key|
|Pocket Edition Alpha|
|0.3.3||Removed fire, due to a spreading error. It was replaced by .name. It is only obtainable through worlds with fire previously spawned, or by hacking.|
|The block appears identical to stone.|
|0.7.0||.name was replaced by fire, but still exists in the game. Re-implemented fire with better spreading mechanics.|
|0.7.5||No longer breaks quickly. It now takes the same amount of time to break as stone.|
|?||The block now uses a solid gray texture, derived from the top left pixel of the grass block top texture.|
|?||Now no longer has a red background, which was characteristic of illegal items at the time.|
|0.15.0||?||The block now no longer uses the top left pixel of the gray grass texture to determine its appearence. It now points to the Update Game texture.|