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(20W06A) Soul Torches should make more light

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    Mc Rat commented
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    No, it's perfect as it is now. There are not many dim light-sources at this game, and Soul Torch is the first item with light level of 10

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    SixFootBlue commented
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    Their lower light level means they don't melt snow and ice. It's pretty advantageous for frozen builds as well as nether ice highways. 

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    RunOut64 commented
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    You can use them in snowy biomes without melting anything

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    Xeredek commented
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    I feel like they should stay dim, it allows a nice medium of light levels between a full torch and a redstone torch. Good for darker moodier places without totally losing the ability to see.

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    You should be able to toggle the light level with some sort of item you add to increase brightness, and another to decrease said brightness. If they add a soul campfire, light should also be able to be changed with said items. A type of fuel, and a type of item that cannot be lit on fire under normal circumstances in use for this. I love this idea, if you can change light level.

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    Pony 1 commented
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    Soul Torches should have to have some living thing be sacrificed in order to make. 

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    Why can't they just have soul torches be brighter than normal and not melt things, because you have to go to the Nether to get an ingredient to make them. Also, couldn't you just use packed ice in the Nether?