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Minecraft has a lot of blocks, but what if they had more? Why do we need them? Please don't just add lists of things! Also, no furniture, guns, or vertical/"sideways" slabs.

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    I don't like it. Making a building look good is supposed to be difficult and requires planning. This would be a cheap fix that doesn't feel Minecraft-y at all to me.

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    I think wallpapers could be crafted from carpets and slimeballs, and go to ceilings too.

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    Could be crafted from paper and dye (and maybe slime balls)

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    BubblesIGS commented
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    Or maybe it would have Victorian Patterns. For the woodland mansions

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    This is a need

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    jwbh93 commented
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    To craft 3 = 3paper (around) + 1 dye (center) + 1 slimball (bottom)

    Layers like snow, but vertically.

    Comes in all terracotta colors.

    Place in a smoker for "glazed" terracotta textures.

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    Daft Dreemor commented
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    Yes! This is literally what I was about to write! :D
    I think the wall Paper should be made with paper and different dyes though. Gives paper more uses.
    We need it in plain colors, but pattern wallpaper would be cool too.

    I feel like using slime balls in the crafting recipe would get tedious though. Remember, We will want a whole lot of them to cover a inside of a house/building. One slime ball per block face would take a lot of time for what is a simple addition.

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    I agree wallpaper would be great

     

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    Wanted wallpaper for a long time. Or just the ability to place carpets on walls. It is about making this easier but it doesn’t actually change any of the in game challenges, it just invites more creativity