Hardness Value (All you need to know)

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Hardness Value (All you need to know)
Tue, 09/17/2019 - 18:11

For those who pressed the "hardness' question-mark when creating a block mod element:

The hardness value determines how long it takes for block to be broken. (How long it takes to be mined/cut with an axe when using the appropriate determined tool)

Obsidian for example has a high hardness value where as something like sand has a low hardness value.

Here are some of the hardness values from in-game:

 

Obsidian = 50

Enderchest = 22.5

Hardened Glass = 10

Diamond/Iron/Emerald/Coal Block = 5

Web = 4

Furnace = 3.5

Diamond/Iron/Emerald/Coal Ore = 3

Chest = 2.5

Cobblestone = 2

Woodplanks = 2

Wood = 2

Stone = 1.5

Melon = 1

Gravel = 0.6

Grassblock = 0.6

Sand = 0.5

Glass = 0.3

Leaves = 0.2

Snow = 0.1

Grass = 0

Bedrock = -1

For all values, see:

https://minecraft.gamepedia.com/Module:Hardness_values

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God i use the hardness and…
Thu, 09/19/2019 - 13:16

God i use the hardness and resistance forms all the time, this made my life easier