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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).


Slime Chunk Detector


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    I would suggest another way for easing the task of findind the slime chunks: this is to make some blocks inside slime chunks somekinda slimy. Probably only inside the slime spawn y-levels. These could be done with some adjusted texture to those usual blocks (green slime above the usual texture). These could be either separate blocks (slimy versions), or the original ones in terms of drop. Probably having a chance to drop a slime ball on destruction, like with gravel and flint.

    AFAIK currently the only relatively reliable way to find a slime chunk on purpose is to dig a huge area in the proper Y-level and wait for the slimes to spawn occasionally. I find this to be a too labor intensive for such an essential item as a slime balls.

    Adding slimy blocks to slime chunks would ease the task of finding the slime chunk.

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    LukePlays4833 commented
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    It should be part of the debug info menu


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    krimsonkort commented
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    I suggest adding a new Item to help find slime chunks. 

    • A compass surrounded in slimeballs within the crafting table (requires you to find Slimes in order to find their "nest" or "den")
    • Compass points to the (northeast?) corner of the chunk. It will guide you to the closest one.
    • The item itself could look like a slimey compass or something similar.
    • Perhaps a new block could be found in slime chunks as well. "Slimystone" No variants necessary. If that is desired, I am for it. It can also be crafted with a slimeball and a stone.

    I really think having a way to find Slime Chunks in game would be graciously amazing!