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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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Gravel Generation Adjustment (was: Cave generation and block frequency)

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    I like the size of the gravel pits.  It makes it easy to gather gravel for making concrete.  The best other option is to find a gravelly extreme hills biome or to mine the bottom of the ocean.

    I also play Bedrock edition, so we're comparing apples to apples.

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    I agree with claygoddessdari's point, but on bedrock gravel pits still seem to be much larger, also not everyone uses concrete that much.

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    BandHDistrib commented
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    I agree with TheIronSniper1. The generation of gravel should probably be a happy middle from where it used to be. Since the introduction of concrete I've found myself mining it. From my experience the clusters seem a bit tall.

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    RomaqRosher commented
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    I wonder if this ought to be in the #MinecraftParity section. Going from mining in Java to mining in Bedrock is "Astonishing" with respect to gravel. If gravel is actually needed as a resource, that's what gravel pits and mounds are for in Extreme Hill biomes. I get these are needed as "mining hazards", but enough is enough!