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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 slabs.

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Quicksand Blocks

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    Evan Diaz commented
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    Quicksand should have water in it's crafting recipe

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    DYproductions commented
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    It would probably make more sense in jungles since that’s usually where quicksand is

     

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    Nick Backes commented
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    How about that: It looks ALMOST like normal sand, but if you walk over it and get sucked in, the block gets animated!

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    frawddigger commented
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    while I like the idea of quicksand...quicksand is "quick" because it is more water than sand so you sink into it. It wouldn't appear in desert biomes but possibly ocean/water biomes.

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    Blast Burner commented
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    Very Nice!

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    Raptor1324 commented
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    it can also spawn in jungle too, but it has to look similar to wet sand 

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    I like the idea of Quicksands in Minecraft.
    Though I do not believe that it should be crafteable, it could be very much grabbed with a bucket like liquids.
    It's texture would be the same as normal sand or red sand, but slightly oversaturated.
    The affects should be slow movement and suffocation, and I don't believe it needs different effects between the two variants.
    It is most common in jungles so it should obviously spawn there, but it could also be added the Quicksand Desert biome where you would feel just like in a regular Desert biome.

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    AgentCPU0 commented
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    I like this idea, and reading through the comments, I actually agree with daniel andrade on harvesting and texture. The only thing I disagree with is not being able to craft it. I think that if you were to use a bucket, you can put sand in top of a water bucket in the crafting table to get it. Admittedly, I understand their logic on why not, but it's just a thought