How To Polish Granite In Minecraft, Granite: Minecraft Pocket Edition: Canteach

Name Default value Allowed values Description stone_type

stone stone Stone
granite Granite
granite_smooth Polished Granite
diorite Diorite
diorite_smooth Polished Diorite
andesite Andesite
andesite_smooth Polished Andesite

History

Java Edition1.8December 18, 2013

14w02a

14w10a

14w25a

Jeb posts the first images of granite and polished granite.

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Added granite and polished granite.

Stone with numerical metadata variants 7 through 15, which are inaccessible through normal gameplay, now have a missing texture

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rather than appearing identical to stone.

Stone and its variants are now defined via block states rather than by numerical metadata. Prior to this version, the numerical metadata variants of stone were as follows: DV Description
0 Stone
1 Granite
2 Polished Granite
3 Diorite
4 Polished Diorite
5 Andesite
6 Polished Andesite
7-15 Inaccessible “boring” variants of stone
14w26a

Stone with metadata values 7 through 15 have now been completely removed from the game. 14w33a

Granite and polished granite can no longer be used to craft stone slabs. 1.1317w47a

The different block states for the stone ID have been split up into their own IDs. Prior to The Flattening, these blocks” numeral IDs were 1 and had data values of 1 and 2. 18w09a

Polished granite now generates in underwater ruins. 1.1418w43a

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The textures of granite and polished granite have been changed. 1.1620w07a

Granite is now renewable, as piglins have a 23⁄250 chance to trade quartz during bartering. Upcoming Java Edition 1.1721w06a

Granite is now able to generate below y = 0. 21w07a

Granite veins are now larger and more spherical, but less common. Granite is no longer able to generate below y = 0. Pocket Edition Alpha v0.9.0build 1

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Added granite and polished granite. Bedrock Edition 1.4.0beta 1.2.14.2

Granite can now generate in coral reefs.

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beta 1.2.20.1

Polished granite now generates in underwater ruins. 1.9.0beta 1.9.0.0

Granite can now be used to craft granite stairs, slabs and walls. Polished granite can now be used to craft polished granite stairs and slabs. 1.10.0beta 1.10.0.3

Granite now generates in brand-new desert villages. 16-21 granite can now be sold to stone mason villagers as part of their third tier trades. 4 polished granite can now be bought from stone mason villagers for 1-2 emeralds as part of their third tier trades.
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The textures of granite and polished granite have been changed. 1.11.0beta 1.11.0.4

Trading has been changed, stone mason villagers now have 1/3 of a chance to sell polished granite for one emerald, and 1/3 of a chance to buy 16 granite as part of their third tier trades. 1.12.0beta 1.12.0.3

Trading has been changed again, apprentice-level stone mason villagers now have a 25% chance to sell polished granite. Legacy Console Edition TU31CU19 1.22 Patch 3

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Added granite and polished granite. PlayStation 4 Edition 1.90

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The textures of granite and polished granite have been changed. New Nintendo 3DS Edition 0.1.0

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Added granite and polished granite.

Issues

Issues relating to “Granite” or “Polished Granite” are maintained on the bug tracker. Report issues there.

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Trivia

Geologically, granite is an intrusive igneous rock, made entirely of tiny crystals – mostly quartz, mica and feldspar. Intrusive rocks like granite cool from underground magma over a long time, letting the crystals grow large and visible to the naked eye. Granite is usually light in color, and it ranges from gray to distinctive pink. Granite as it appears in wtbblue.com is high in potassium feldspar, which makes it pink.Finding exposed granite at the surface of a wtbblue.com world implies the surface had to be much higher there for the granite to cool underground.Granite is named for its coarse, visible crystal grains. Granite comes from the Latin word granum (“a grain”).

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