I would have liked to see a way to learn more about blocks, plants and animals in the game. I am thinking of the bees that were added in 1.15. It would be nice to have a way to be more aware of bee problems or just to get to know them better. I also think of diorite: before I saw it in Minecraft I didn't even know it existed. I had to go on the internet to see what it was in reality.
I saw articles like this on the Minecraft website and thought it would be nice to have this kind of thing available in the game but much shorter.
This could take the form of a book like the one for crafting recipes in the inventory. The book would be placed right next to the other one, would have another color (like yellow) and allow us to click on it to open a window similar to the crafting recipes. There would be several categories of animals, plants, blocks, with each time an image of the animal in the game (no real image so as not to break the immersion in the game).
The way to unlock these articles would be to have fed or killed once for animals or monsters or to have collected for plants or blocks. For things that have been added to Minecraft and that don't exist, we could have an article explaining the inspiration of the developers to create this block or this plant.
It would be a small addition in terms of impact in the game, but which (for me) would allow Minecraft to become even more positive and educational (without changing the basic game).
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