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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 - these will be marked as spam and removed! Also, no furniture, guns, or vertical/"sideways"/"upright"/"standing" slabs (yes, we see you).

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Burnt grass

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    Why?

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    Macchu because thay do

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    There has to be some kind of use for this thing.

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    Bohan it is for bilding

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    @MacchuPicchu96 He has a point. When we burn wood we get Charcoal and they have a different texture then wood.

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    I like the idea, it would be great for building.

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    I like this. It would be purely for aesthetics but it’d be really good for campsites, forest fires, nether portals or burned towns.

    I’d add that other burnt blocks could be good, a chance of wood turning into charred wood, for both planks and logs. The logs could be a source of charcoal if they balanced it right, like only the bottom stump becomes charcoal so it can’t be farmed easily.

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    Additionally, by applying the same concept to saplings, dead bushes could be produced renewably. I'm all for this idea

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    Because you need to promote forest protection, and you can’t grow stuff on burnt grass, at least not for a while,so that you don’t burn down forests for no reason in Minecraft.

    On the other hand, Canada did forest fire protection so well that the pine beetles are helping the fire kill trees.