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    What if something like this was done with iron. The idea is that like oxidation, iron will rust over time

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    • copper tools and Armour
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    As many have said, copper pipes would be a wonderful addition to Minecraft, as they're nice decorations for medieval steampunk-ish builds.

    Copper pipes could also help transfer items, but not grab or store floating items like hoppers. Currently, using hopper chains to transfer items is very expensive and laggy.

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    So here's an idea for copper (not sure if anyone else posted this). Could you add copper as a beacon payment and pyramid option? This would follow the trend of the other ores, and I think it would be cool to have a pyramid oxidized, to show off how long you've had it. Please.....

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    The look of the new copper blocks are amazing and I would love to build with them on a massive scale, but it seems pretty rough to get large amounts of it even via drowned farming, I appreciate that in 1.17.1 the drop rate is increased, but I am not really sure how else to increase how far copper can go in a build

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    too much copper ore is generated in the world, and getting copper from drowned is not a good idea, it is better to leave gold. in this amount, copper is simply useless. You are so addicted to copper that you forgot about generating useful iron ore. Iron is found, according to observation, five less often than copper.

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    It would be interesting if copper reacted the same way that it does with water, and you could speed up oxidization by using water on copper blocks.

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    Many have asked for copper pipes as a better, less laggy item transportation method, and I agree. Currently, players use hopper chains for horizontal item transportation, and droppers + bubble column for vertical item transportation, which are very awkward and laggy to use. Hoppers should primarily be used for item collection, not transportation.

    The copper block is unfortunately unusable in bigger survival builds, it's extremely hard to renew as you need 9 ingots for one block. A lot of building blocks in Minecraft, and even common blocks like Dirt and Netherrack, are difficult or even impossible to renew, which is bad.

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    There should be an item that can oxidized the copper so your not waiting for 10 plus hours for a single copper block to change especially that you could be playing on console and trying to do achievements that requires a long process and can’t be done using creative. I’m not suggesting that creative mode allows you to do achievements. I’m particularly saying that a player like me who does not have the time to wait for a block to change and waiting is kinda boring when we could be playing another game to kill that boredom.

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    Wires would be a good idea. They should be made from 1 redstone surrounded by two peices of copper. and they allow redstone to not be broken by water and placed on walls and possibly ceilings

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    I hear a lot of requests for copper armor and weapons. I do agree that Minecraft needs MUCH more variety in equipment and combat, instead of everyone using Netherite + Sword. But instead of a tier system, equipments can be weaker than iron, but with additional effects, such as speed, max health, climbing or stealth. Or a much stronger tier with weaknesses like an undead effect, or functional only at night.

    We can have a new weapon other than sword/axe, like a magic staff made with Copper + Amethyst! Elemental magic fits very well in Minecraft's theme. Fire can burn mobs, ice can be similar to Powder Snow's effect and will make leather armor useful, lightning has a lot of utility as mobs are affected by lightning.

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    Maybe copper armor could be weaker than iron, but give you some resistance to magic damage.

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    Copper should be conductive to redstone.

    This would help keep redstone contraptions smaller and allows for fast and space efficient vertical redstone.

     

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    copper for beacon bases

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    Podiam colocar armadura e armas um pouco mais fraca que o ferro igual em vários mods,

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    Copper needs more uses for Survival.

    Tools, Equipment, Beacon Blocks, etc. Once you've crafted the spyglass, there really isn't any real need for it anymore, survival-wise. I can see it becoming what Lapis Lazuli once was, (before that was added to enchanting) -- simply a decorative block that polluted survival inventories.

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    unique features I can't judge
    the ingot itself looks gorgeous, the decorative blocks look gorgeous
    but it would be good to add new decorative blocks with copper, I say in my opinion so that copper has more utility in the field of decorationunique features I can't judge
    the ingot itself looks gorgeous, the decorative blocks look gorgeous
    but it would be good to add new decorative blocks with copper, I say in my opinion so that copper has more utility in the field of decoration

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    Copper pipes would be cool. It would be a cool way to transport items or even water and lava. It could be incorporated into the Redstone stuff as well. For example sensor pipes or even drains.

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    it takes too long to axodize

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    I think they're just great

     

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    The things that can be done with copper are great. Unfortunately, there's only 3 things to do. Lightning rods and spyglasses are wonderful, balanced, and great additions to the game. However it is a little disappointing that they those are the only non decorative purposes for copper. This is made extra clear because of how absurdly common copper ore is, and that it always drops at least 2 raw copper.

    I know that it's too late now to suggest major features for 1.18, however if possible, it would be nice if there were something that players might constantly need copper for. Every other ore in the game has the possibility for constant use. Coal as fuel, emeralds for trading, iron for so many useful things, lapis for enchanting, redstone for contraptions, diamonds for armor and tools, and of course netherite as the strongest material for upgrading and repairing things (Of course it's so rare that almost no one has a lot of excess netherite). Copper, however, doesn't get this. Spyglasses have no durability, and you only need so many lightning rods to protect a house, not to mention non wooden houses don't need lightning rods anyways. Armor and tools would be unnecessary, and I dont think that copper should replace iron for any existing recipes. Im sure that if it's going to be done, in 1.18, the devs would already be working on it, but if nothing comes out with the update, it'd be great to add some kind of use so that you dont only need 5 ingots before it becomes decoration only.

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    Hear me out... Copper walls

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    it’s too fast on bedrock edition 

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    What if when redstone is placed on a copper block, (non-waxed, non-weathered - as those states clearly are meant for decorative purposes) redstone maintains its signal? Repeaters could still be useful in that they could extend the signal on every other block, and still be the only method for delay.

    I think this stays true to Coppers electrical affiliation both in game (lightning rod) and irl.

    I dont think this would break any past contraptions. But it could introduce new ones. Oh, and if redstone is on a copper block, it shouldnt weather. And waxed blocks shouldnt have this ability either.

    But this would greatly help the usefulness of copper beyond decorative purposes. It would also keep this additional purpose unique.

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    In redstone, if you power a copper block, other copper blocks touching it, depending on redstone power level, also become powered.

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    Copper needs to oxidize a lot quicker in singleplayer. It just currently takes way too long.

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    Copper is way too common and doesn’t have many uses. I think Copper could be used as something to make bronze or Rose Gold, which could be used like Netherite for Iron and Gold respectively.

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    I think drowned should drop gold instead of copper once again, and husks should drop copper instead. This would give a use to husks as they don’t really have a use currently.

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    I would really like lightning rods to oxidize too

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    Copper doesn't act as advertised in Bedrock edition. (LG Stylo 4) I am having to lay out all my tiled copper blocks, steps and panels separately for weeks of ingame play, and even then only 1 out of twenty turn. I find this tedious and irksome. I had a roof covered in 44 copper steps, exactly as in the video, but after many weeks (not 8 days as in the video) of ingame play, not one step turned. I have had 51 panels laid out spaced 1 apart for weeks of ingame play and not 1 has turned.