Honey Block n-o-t (Is) usable as Storage Block
So other than being usable as "firepersons' poles" (when you fall-against it, it even helps you fall-safely along it, though "'stuck' with it" once-starting), I wondered about other potential (new, comparing to Slime Blocks) functionality. Apart from the gooiness, it seems that I can't just get "Honey"-back from putting Honey Blocks (back-)into the Crafting Grid ("Honey"-itself is not-found exactly on its own except maybe as Honeycomb /Honey Bottle, it can be seen as such).
Also tried just putting (4) Glass Bottles into it. Wasn't sure, of course how I might orient them.
So it's more-like the Honeycomb Block (in this way). With some similar-to Slime Block functionality (thus far, in Snapshot, for 1.15). Yilante 10 /12 /19 1:08 p.m. 184.108.40.206 20:11, 12 October 2019 (UTC)
- Scratch this! If Honey Bottles stack to 16, but even they are inter-convertible (a word) with Honey Blocks, then one can store 4 X 64 "Honey," in one Stack (64) of Honey Blocks (256 "Honey" ! /Slot). 11 /2 /19 4:19 p.m. Yilante 220.127.116.11 23:22, 2 November 2019 (UTC)
Honey block inventory icon
Why is Java's inventory icon being used as the main one when it's incorrect? It looks like that due to a bug, so it's not the intended look. The Bedrock inventory icon should be the main one as it's correct. In the infobox, Bedrock's honey block model should be on top, the name should be "Honey Block" and Java's should be "Honey Block JE". In the crafting template, Bedrock's model should also be used. 18.104.22.168 19:50, 12 December 2019 (UTC)
- In general, the wiki follows the JE as the formost edition as it's not only the first edition, but also the one with more correct namings due to the flattening. I fixed the icon name now though, so they're both Honey Block. When that bug gets fixed, the icon will be updated accordingly on the wiki. We do not judge over what is or is not intended, but instead describe the current game, not how it should be. FVbico (talk) 20:30, 12 December 2019 (UTC)