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Spiders can't climb on ice

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    graviatar commented
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    I like this idea.
    To be honest it makes a lot of sense, considering how ice is slippery. Overall I think it would be a cool addition (no pun intended).

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    Zach Damey commented
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    Or glass.

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    I think it is an OP skill for spiders to climb everything too, and having them be unable to climb *at least* blue ice would be super helpful. Though applying that to all types of ice would definitely be more realistic

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    I would love for a block that spiders can't climb. Most blocks makes sense, but all blocks seems like a step too far. Ice makes perfect sense as something you wouldn't expect spiders to be able to climb.

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    This is a great idea. It makes total sense.

     

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    LeavenSteven commented
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    I love this idea. I came across it as I was about to suggest "spiders can't climb on honey," which I think is a solid alternative, especially since honey has a special context for how mobs interact with the sides of the block.

    Another idea (also using honey) could be that after touching a honey block a spider couldn't climb, which could be illustrated with a skin that has honey on their feet, and little honey-colored particles when they walk. This could be something that wears off with time, or wears off when they get in water and wash it off. The latter would be interesting since you'd probably be trying to push spiders with water at the same time as you want them not to climb.