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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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Stonecutter Damage & Blade Placement

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    ericsalvi commented
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    This obviously makes sense. As soon as I saw this block I immediately thought I should jump on it to see if I get hurt. Would be great for mob grinders. Many pro you tubers also suggested this in their snapshot reviews.

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    machandler commented
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    Should've been done long ago. Also, what the hell is the stonecutter powered by?

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    posterix commented
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    I do agree with you. Also, I think stone masons  shouldn't be given damage since they know how to use it (apprentice and higher).

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    StagmanOG commented
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    The villagers might get hurt and that won't be good for trading halls where they need there stations to refresh trades.

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    MrYubs commented
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    This change is needed because:

    - Stonecutters, with their animation are intuitively a dangerous spinning blade. It would make perfect sense for them to naturally damage players!

    What it does:

    - If the player or any monster stands on top of the stone-cutter, it should deal damage to them.

    How it adds to Minecraft:

    - Stone cutters would be perfect for dungeons, creating a unique sense of danger to pitfall traps.

    - It would create a large amount of possibilities for players to design their own security systems.

    - It is different than Magma Blocks because it would damage the player regardless of crouching, and it is different from thorn bushes because it would cause damage even without player movement.

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    XxDarkFatedxX commented
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    I am glad that they brought it back after so many years of it being gone. Also I saw it as it would it do damage but was a little disappointed when I placed it down and walked across it but never got hurt. I was confused. There is a exposed blade and I thought it would damage.

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    Solar Master commented
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    Perhaps the blade will only do damage when it is powered by Redstone?

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    I like the idea

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    bugMan2431 commented
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    I also thought this would be damaging. So many ideas as soon as I saw the blade. Pun somewhat intended. But in all seriousness it simply makes more sense that it would cause damage, considering that a: spinning blades in real life are dangerous and b: if it can cut through stone it should be able to cut through players and mobs as well.

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    The Stonecutter should only rotate the sawblade, if it is powered by Redstone or if a player uses it