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    I think this could be reasonable if there are clear limits to how it can be used.  For example, the two sides have to be pointed at each other and they have to have clear line of sight.  Because minecraft blocks only like to be placed in specific orientations, the line of sight would have to be a straight line, no diagonals allowed.

    Maybe there could be intermediate blocks that can bend the signal around a corner.

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    maddventures commented
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    Also there should be extenders for a longer range

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    Seems like it'd be overpowered. I could see it working only up to 16 blocks away though, and as ClayGoddessSari suggested, only if they were looking directly at each other.

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    Borbarad13 MC commented
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    Doesn't something like this with just minor workarounds already exist? I was thinking of an observer that checks a line of string. Somewhere on the other side you push an entity (e.g. armor stand) into the string to send a signal. I understand that this of course is not transmitting through a real gap, but it should work for a lot of scenarios since its bridging the gap with a barely visible mechanism.

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    Maybe a receiver, too? And if you agree, make sure the contacter is pointing at the receiver, and has a clear line of sight.