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Mossy Wood Blocks/Moss

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    wizkid744 commented
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    I like the idea of "moss", but I think it would be better if it was an overlay texture like vines, but it spread to any of the adjacent six directions and on any exposed block face.

    Aesthetically you could see a couple of patches of the underlying block through it perhaps an edge, but the rest would be covered

    Put an "age" limit on it like kelp has (so that it will eventually stop spreading)

    Have it only spawn in specific biomes and variations for different biomes; forest would be normal, nether would be red, swamp would be a slime green, mushroom would be grey, oceans would be blue, caves would be phosphorescent yellow.

    Maybe the swamp variant could grow on top of water sources too.

    Have some blocks that moss wouldn't grow over. (non-solid blocks, ice, quartz?)

    Have it reduce fall damage by 1/2 heart

    Harvest only with sheers and use it to brew healing draughts.

    It breaks with one hit or when it's grown over water and you walk over it (does not drop when it breaks)

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    Transmedal2 commented
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    Yes the moss should be its own thing that can grow on trees wood rocks etc. It should also have a slippery varient thats green and makes the player slide faster than ice 

     

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    admlaw71737 commented
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    I like the spreading idea. I think we already have a huge number of options for wood blocks, so I'm not sure if we need a dedicated mossy variant. I'm wondering if we can modify the texture file of the moss block and moss carpets so that they try to mimic the shade of grass that would occur in that same biome. Not a new type of moss per biome shade as that would get ridiculous, but just a color pallete alteration like grass or leaves already get.