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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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(20w06a) Basalt Bricks

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    KUSTOM COWZ commented
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    We definitely need a black brick variant. Block of netherite is far too expensive.

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    Yes,and add smooth basalt too.

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    Mr J Ambrose commented
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    Or lots of basalt brick block and wall / slabs and stairs through the grindstone. 

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    DarkComet742 commented
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    With a unique shape too. Maybe it's like the smooth stone slabs except rotated 90 degrees.

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    Yeah I agree. The bricks we already have either is hard to get it you need to smelt and use alot of coal. Would also fit for a scary theme

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    FoxBlood75 commented
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    A dark gray brick variant would definitely add to the building palette... i would suggest treating it like stone. 4 basalt = bricks, and from there craft those into slabs/stairs/pillars or whatnot.

    it would add a much broader 'use' for the basalt block, and give another big reason to go exploring the nether (the point of the update?) if you decide to create a build from it...

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    GipfelFaser08 commented
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    yeah would be a nice Addition in Terms of new Building blocks

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    Dog Paste commented
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    As the guy who suggested polished basalt, I think both should be added!

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    Fisto5010 commented
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    I think treating basalt like stone would be best. Smelt it into a smooth/refined variant and then craft that into bricks. The smooth basalt could be used in world generation too. It seems like the nether update world generation changes are kind of finished though but a black brick of some kind would be highly appreciated.

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    Luigi120s commented
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    basalt bricks would be a cool block to have, looking like bricks but gray, would give many more options on top of the new nether blocks we got in the last snapshots

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    JAGBITE commented
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    I think the basalt brick block would look good if it was gritty. We have to many really clean looking brick blocks.

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    caprineboye commented
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    absolutely necessary imo. the nether is very low on building materials at the moment

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    FernoFrY commented
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    This shade of grey brick is one of the things I've been wanting for the past year. I hope they do add some. But I hope they make them similar to normal brick blocks instead of something like stone brick blocks.

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    SpiderKolo commented
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    Answer to https://feedback.minecraft.net/hc/en-us/community/posts/360057083812/comments/360009592132

    FernoFrY! Would you please rotate your picture by 90 degrees? I think you might like it. :D

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    REDACTED5448 commented
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    100% on this, potential to be a game changing building block

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    VampyAceEthan commented
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    Black bricks would be amazing for building due to a good contrast of colors. also add basalt walls.

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    Familia Tibo commented
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    Basalt cobblestone-like blocks that have the same texture at all sides!

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    ngeier17 commented
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    Honestly, the lack of basalt walls and slabs surprised me because I took for granted we'd be getting them. It's a cool new type of stone—this seems like a total no-brainer!

    I also agree with those who want a more "Brick-like" texture—the basic Brick block has a lovely fine texture, but its color can be jarring. Having a less saturated block with a similar pattern would be wonderful!