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This article is about the block found in rivers. For the item, see Clay Ball. For other uses, see Clay (disambiguation).
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Clay is a block that can be smelted to form terracotta and is usually found in locations where both sand, dirt and water are present, most commonly appearing in shallow water, especially along the coast of island groups. When mined, four clay balls will drop; those can be smelted into bricks.
1 Obtaining 1.1 Breaking 1.2 Natural generation 1.3 Crafting 1.4 Villager gifts 2 Usage 2.1 Smelting ingredient 2.2 Note block 3 Sounds 4 Data values 4.1 ID 5 Video 6 History 7 Issues 8 Trivia 9 Gallery 10 See also 11 References
Obtaining < edit>
Breaking < edit>
Clay blocks can be mined with anything, but shovels are quickest. Destroying a clay block yields 4 clay balls. If broken with a tool enchanted with silk touch, it drops itself instead.
Block Clay Hardness 0.6 Tool Breaking time[A] Default 0.9 Wooden 0.45 Stone 0.25 Iron 0.15 Diamond 0.15 Netherite 0.1 Golden 0.1
↑ Times are for unenchanted tools as wielded by players with no status effects, measured in seconds. For more information, see Breaking § Speed.
Destroying a clay block with a tool enchanted with fortune does not increase the amount of clay dropped.
Natural generation < edit>
Clay generates in large quantities on the floors of lush caves” ponds. Underwater, a clay block is commonly found in swamps, oceans and at the bottoms of rivers and lakes in shallow, crystal-shaped disks, disregarding adjacency to other types of blocks.
Clay generates inside mason houses in plains, savanna or desert villages as well.
Crafting < edit>
Ingredients Crafting recipe Clay Ball