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Copper Wire

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    Great idea also dont break in water

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    Yeah, I actually thought that but forgot to add it!

     

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    also they should be placed inside blocks so it's like invisible redstone

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    Was originally against it, but it actually adds to redstone functionality. I think Redstone should be included in the recipe (2 copper 1 redstone makes 3 wire), that way the wire doesn't outright replace redstone, merely improving it. I don't know about shocking, though that could be very useful for traps.

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    Yeah! Those are all great ideas to add to mine!

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    Also another idea is redstone power could travel further down it than regular redstone dust, like instead of 15 blocks it could be 31. This could apply on the standard cable or as a varient of the cable. Also potentially you could have some kind of connector block between the redstone and the copper cable to allow for parallel redstone wires.

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    Copper wire should also have the ability to go straight up or down when attached to a wall, making it easier to get a Redstone signal up and down.

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    How about you can cover the wires with slime balls

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    i love the idea but Restone would become obsolete in builds i think it would be better though

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    Coating it could give other properties. Instead of wool or wood, you should be able to wax it with honeycomb, making it so that it would be resistant to water. You could also be able to dye them so that you can differentiate circuits or have two different colored wires that don’t interact while placed on the same block.