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sticky pistons can also be crafted with honey | Honey Pistons

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    Updated subject line, as folks are having difficulty finding this one.

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    block would have to look different if made with honey 

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    Hype Fazon commented
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    only it should be yellow instead of green

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    Hype Fazon commented
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    only it should be yellow instead of green

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    yes please!!!  a way to make them in peaceful would be wonderful

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    Olaffur1 commented
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    Yes please !   Best idea ever

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    I believe Ilmango has also suggested this! As he said, it would also be interesting if honey pistons also had a unique property like sticking to entities.

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    SpyridonasP commented
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    I don't know if this doesn't make any sense but I think that it would be nice to have (honey) pistons that behave in a normal way like the bedrock ones (basically no bud power and whatnot).

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    Bebelinga2007 commented
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    Maybe you make it with honey blocks, so it's not SUPER cheap

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    Mince rafter1 commented
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    It should be a separate/different piston, because as it stands now, slime is apparently intended to stick to honey (sticky pistons), and intended to not stick to honey (slime blocks). Their own internal logic behind the behavior is complete nonsense and paradoxical, because they put the technical community at way too high of a priority. At least with a separate honey piston, the internal logic can be sound and sensible, while also not rendering the behavior completely pointless/useless to the technical community.

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    SpecialisToL commented
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    This is the perfect opportunity to fix one of the parity issues. Honey piston can work like a sticky piston, except it either pushes or pulls a block, not both in for each time it is powered. This matches the behavior of sticky pistons in java with 1 tick pulses (except in this case the pulse doesn't need to be one tick). I hope Mojang just doesn't miss this opportunity.

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    I was litteraly was about to type the same thing but clearly you are more superior.

    I think that is a great idea because I think since we got a alternative to slime blocks (honey blocks), we should have an alternative to all crafting recipes that include slime, If that is too much than at least sticky pistons because I don't want to look for 5 hours to find a slime chunk

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    Java Dragon commented
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    It would be awesome to be able to pull mobs with these.

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    Joshbuild10 commented
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    They should be able to spit out blocks

     

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    With this Honey pistons, it can be pull 2 solid blocks instead of 1

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    revelocience commented
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    I think it's a good idea, especially if the honey piston could push and pull entities, except that it could end up making slime a bit useless. Like, yes, you can still use it for leads, and bounce houses? but those aren't really worth the effort of finding slime.

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    Leeli Igiby commented
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    These should behave like you combined the behaviour of pistons with the behaviour of honey.

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    oeta M commented
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    The Honey Piston should push and pull blocks that you cannot push or pull. Dispensers, doors, redstone, water/lava,  and any other blocks a regular piston cannot push. That includes blocks that are being modified like a furnace that is smelting.

    It should also prevent sand and gravel from falling and sand and gravel should stick to the Honey Piston.

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    White Owl commented
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    In my opinion honey pistons would do what sticky pistons do in Bedrock: not spit out their block when they receive a one tick pulse. Whilst sticky pistons would do what they currently do on Java but also on Bedrock (Sticky Pistons would be renamed to Slimy Pistons).

    Honey pistons should also push and pull entities touching their sticky side. Kind of like honey blocks.

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    CraftOnABox commented
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    I ONLY support this if slimey pistons do not stick to honey still and sticky pistons (honey covered pistons) dont stick to Slime blocks LIKE what MUMBO JUMBO suggested and requested as well as my self requested many times.

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    Sp0ngeyboii commented
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    it would be awesome if honey pistons can't pull or push slime blocks, and vice versa

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    In Minecraft 17w49a, there was a bug (MC-122911 Sticky pistons no longer dropping blocks if given a short pulse) .

     

    What about giving this feature to honey piston?

     

    Both advanced and new redstoner will be satisfied.

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    fishhookffxi commented
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    personally i think it would be better if the honey piston was it's own thing

    https://feedback.minecraft.net/hc/en-us/community/posts/360061917452-Suggested-feature-Honey-Piston

    like this ^

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    They shouldn't be the exact same thing though. Honey pistons should be able to pull entities since that's what honey blocks do, and it should also be weaker since honey is easier to get than slime. And also bees would also be able to go to the piston and take the honey from it, it should be crafted from honey blocks to make it more balanced.

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    JGIV55 commented
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    Or even if sticky pistons can be crafted with honey instead of slime. The same way a bed can be crafted with different types of wood.

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    I agree with SkilledCandle, as honey pistons would be easier to get, they should be weaker and not be able to pull some (or many?) materials. This would solve the problem of glazed terracotta that currently cannot be pulled by the slime piston. If you're interested in this issue, I left a comment under the corresponding post.

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    Maybe it should have slightly different functionality so it's not a duplicate of the old sticky pistons?