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Redstone on Walls/Wall placement (was: Placement)

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    MajorminerO8 commented
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    How about wires that you can place inside walls/floors

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    Sticky redstone!

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    And the can make its mechanics like the java ones

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    Really needed. At least for creative players.

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    The removed cogs could be used to send signals up walls and such. Cog would be crafted using one Redstone dust surrounded by iron nuggets

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    Curtis Klaver commented
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    I think we already have this with observers, it's just not quite how you would like it to look like. I like the idea of red stone on walls, but we already have it and it required the community to be creative in order make this happen. I think the appeal to Minecraft is creativity and especially to redstone it's creativity and solving problems. Also I can't imagine redstone on walls since redstone dust is.... well dust.... and sticky stone by now does make a modded feel to it

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    EinLuigi commented
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    Redstone Gear!!

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    Use Cogs, they already were in game and have a texture.

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    this should be achieved using sticky redstone; a combination of redstone dust and slime balls.

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    aidancode commented
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    Good idea, maybe a different type of redstone?

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    Andre601 commented
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    Perhaps to have it not too extreme (e.g. that you could just go all 15 blocks up) have some additional item or requirement, like that the redstone would need something to attach to? The cable example could here be used too, as cables are not just magically go up/down a wall, but are often attached in some way to it.

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    I Think it's gonna be a lil weird for dust to be on walls and ceilings instead a redstone wire will make more sense

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    You could craft redstone with string to get a redstone wire

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    Thainhawk commented
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    Also, maybe craft the redstone with a slimeball to make sticky redstone that can be placed on ANY side of a block!

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    INEDEBEKFEST commented
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    I believe that the idea SpecialisToL had was much better and more thought out. Also as a long time Bedrock redstoner their idea is one I have wanted for nearly 3 and a half years.

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    Aren't those piston-slime block pushers to move redstone blocks?

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    TheKlikbait commented
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    I don't really see the problem with just using torches. also- we aren't using wires here, we're using dust, one obeys gravity, the other also obeys gravity, just is easier to work with.

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    I don't think this is needed. we can already transport Redstone signal vertically by using observers, Redstone torches and target blocks, You can even use transparent blocks such as glass and slabs.

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    watdahecc commented
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    It is possible to get Redstone on top of a wall through something like a staircase but allowing Redstone to go up walls would allow more compact Redstone machines, and maybe even new ones.

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    Adding this to the game would make vertical redstone signal transportation much easier, and it could also help make machines more compact.

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    This would make Redstone much easier to use and would be way more realistic, since it is a form of electricity. Mojang should add this as soon as possible.

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    truggles1 commented
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    Nope it would make vertical transmission circuits useless no way!!!!!! :< Redstone is not supposed to be easy. There is even an official guidebook for redstone that you can use. But under blocks might be okay

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    Curtis Klaver commented
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    I guess, this depends if the developers want to go for a game where everyone can figure out certain concepts or if they want people to be more intuitive to solve certain problems that the players are presented with

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    Yes but you should need slime balls to craft sticky redstone, sticky redstone can go on walls.

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    MasterRally18 commented
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    Sticky redstone: redstone + slime

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    yo echo la idea ya que hace que la redston se vuelva mas fácil de usar en lugares complicados para la redstone 

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    truggles1 commented
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    Maybe Redstone wire that is crafted with 6 iron ingots and 3 Redstone dust.

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    WindBladeGT commented
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    Really Interesting Thing that they just did is change the way we see the hitbox of the redstone wire, We can now break the redstone from the side of the block which gives me hope for this one.

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    jonathan5566 commented
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    Cables de redstone de diferentes colores, y un conglomerado multicolores para evitar que se crucen las señales.

    Receta de cable: redstone + hilo + tinte blanco = cable blanco.

    Receta de conglomerado multicolor : 3 redstone + 6 cables de color = conglomerado multicolor

     

    Redstone wire of different colors, and a multicolored chipboard to prevent signals from crossing.

    Cable recipe: redstone + wire + white dye = white wire.

    Muticolor chipboard recipe: 3 redstone + 6 color wires = multicolor chipboard