Topic category: General discussion
Today is the day when I finally finished my v0.a3 version of mod, which will be publicly available after next version (or two, if I decide it's too early, but generally, soon). From things I wanted to include in this mod is new ingot, cirtain, and as it's usual, it should have block version to store.
Unfortunately, this ingot is meant to be extremely rare, much rarer than netherite even - it's added more for "universe parity" than real use, and it's a bit OP as it's meant to be indestructible by any damage except void. Therefore, I don't see much sense in having block version (I guess it can be 50-60 cirtain ingots per average server). But it can be, just for being vanilla-friendly.
The problem is, I made texture of cirtain block that is not simple and replaceable - it's kinda nice for me - and it can mean that cirtain blocks will suffer from the same thing netherite blocks suffer, but even more. Anyone loving 1.16 knows how painful is building in survival with netherite blocks (or lodestones, even), and I don't want something similar with cirtain blocks.
Is it wise to keep cirtain ingot being extremely rare, and blocks, even more rare? Or should I make a way to get that texture for, let's say, "fake cirtain block", made for example from cirtain nuggets? (like, cirtain-gilded block of gold, for example)
Beneath is the block I talk about.