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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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    CrazyChick475 commented
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    YESSS!!!!!

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    I think this idea could be taken a step further and iron chest could be added and named in the anvil along with the key and if the two names on the key and the chest are the same it would make any player with a key named same as the chest able to open it. when broken it acts like a shulker box and keeps the stuff safely inside. if the chest is not named to a key it works like a regular chest

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    Shadow Dragon commented
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    UneatenPancake7, this iron chest idea has already been posted. search for it and give it an upvote!

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    Shadow Dragon commented
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    Except for the unbreakable part, everything you mentioned is already in the game if you use the correct commands, but I do think that a easier way to do so would be much welcome! 

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    Here's some sprites I've made for keys by branching some of my ideas with your own! I definitely think these should be in the game and will be adding them to my plans for a community feedback mod.

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    You should be able to give multiple people the same key by making a key mold, than naming it w/ a name tag. Then you would craft a key and apply the mold to it the same way you would dye, only the mold is not consumed. Also, what blocks could be coded to a key?

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    Sir Loin 243 commented
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    I like it.

    The only possible downside I see to this are griefers putting indestructible blocks in inconvenient places.

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    I think it should work like maps:

    A key would be bound to a chest, chest therefore becoming Chest #0, key becoming Key #0, like maps. I would not bind chests to players, seems to OP. But, for example, a Locked Chest block, if removed, would not drop all items in it, but it would just become a block inside your inventory. If exploited it would work like an Ender Chest, but idk, maybe there's a way. 

    Also this creates a chance for new Village features, like Special Chests in Villages, that could be opened with a key that could be bought from a new Villager - Locksmith. Locksmith's table (however called) would allow you to copy keys or to make picklocks; a picklock would give you a certain chance of opening a chest if used on it. Good?