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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
If a player has the Hero of the Village status effect, a mason villager might throw that player a clay block as a gift. This is the only renewable way of obtaining clay and clay blocks.
Usage < edit>
Smelting ingredient < edit>
Name Ingredients Smelting recipe Terracotta Clay +
Note block < edit>
Clay can be placed under note blocks to produce flute sounds.
Sounds < edit>
SoundSubtitleSourceDescriptionNamespaced IDTranslation keyVolumePitchAttenuation
distance https://wtbblue.com/wiki/File:Gravel_dig1.ogg https://wtbblue.com/wiki/File:Gravel_dig2.ogg https://wtbblue.com/wiki/File:Gravel_dig3.ogg https://wtbblue.com/wiki/File:Gravel_dig4.ogg Block brokenBlocksOnce the block has brokenblock.gravel.breaksubtitles.block.generic.break1.00.816 https://wtbblue.com/wiki/File:Gravel_hit1.ogg https://wtbblue.com/wiki/File:Gravel_hit2.ogg https://wtbblue.com/wiki/File:Gravel_hit3.ogg https://wtbblue.com/wiki/File:Gravel_hit4.ogg None[sound 1]BlocksFalling on the block with fall damageblock.gravel.fallNone[sound 1]0.50.7516 https://wtbblue.com/wiki/File:Gravel_hit1.ogg https://wtbblue.com/wiki/File:Gravel_hit2.ogg https://wtbblue.com/wiki/File:Gravel_hit3.ogg https://wtbblue.com/wiki/File:Gravel_hit4.ogg Block breakingBlocksWhile the block is in the process of being brokenblock.gravel.hitsubtitles.block.generic.hit0.250.516 https://wtbblue.com/wiki/File:Gravel_dig1.ogg https://wtbblue.com/wiki/File:Gravel_dig2.ogg https://wtbblue.com/wiki/File:Gravel_dig3.ogg https://wtbblue.com/wiki/File:Gravel_dig4.ogg Block placedBlocksWhen the block is placedblock.gravel.placesubtitles.block.generic.place1.00.816 https://wtbblue.com/wiki/File:Gravel_hit1.ogg https://wtbblue.com/wiki/File:Gravel_hit2.ogg https://wtbblue.com/wiki/File:Gravel_hit3.ogg https://wtbblue.com/wiki/File:Gravel_hit4.ogg FootstepsBlocksWalking on the blockblock.gravel.stepsubtitles.block.generic.footsteps0.151.016
↑ a b MC-177082
SoundSourceDescriptionNamespaced IDVolumePitch?BlocksOnce the block has brokendig.gravel?0.8 ?BlocksFalling on the block with fall damagefall.gravel?? ?BlocksWhile the block is in the process of being brokenhit.gravel?0.5 ?BlocksJumping from the blockjump.gravel?? ?BlocksFalling on the block without fall damageland.gravel?? ?BlocksWalking on the blockstep.gravel?? ?BlocksWhen the block is placeduse.gravel?0.8
Data values < edit>
ID < edit>
NameNamespaced IDBlock tags (JE)FormTranslation key Clayclayenderman_holdableBlock & Itemblock.wtbblue.com.clay
NameNamespaced IDNumeric ID FormTranslation key Clayclay82Block & Itemtile.clay.name
Video < edit>
History < edit>
Java Edition Alpha v1.0.11
Added clay blocks. Clay generates naturally as clay veins. Java Edition Beta 1.8Pre-releaseClay is now found as disks underwater mostly on the bottom of rivers, beaches and oceans and is common in the submerged area of swamps and shallow “lakes” (1 and 2 meters deep) in large quantities. Java Edition 1.6.113w17aClay can now be smelted into hardened clay. 1.7.213w36aClay is no longer found in beaches or on the ocean floor. 1.1217w17aClay placed under note blocks now make it produce flute sounds. 1.1317w47aPrior to The Flattening, this block”s numeral ID was 82. ?Clay can be found in oceans once again. 1.1418w43a
The texture of clay blocks has been changed. Upcoming Java Edition 1.1721w10aClay can now generate in the lush caves. Pocket Edition Alpha v0.1.0
Added clay blocks from clay veins. v0.3.2Clay blocks now drop 4 clay balls when broken. Clay blocks can now be crafted from 4 clay balls. v0.3.3Clay blocks are now available in the creative inventory. v0.9.0build 1Clay blocks are found in disks near to water. build 11Clay can now be smelted into hardened clay. Bedrock Edition 1.10.0beta 184.108.40.206Clay blocks now generate in village mason houses.
The texture of clay blocks has been changed. 1.13.0beta 220.127.116.11Clay placed under note blocks now make it produce flute sounds. Legacy Console Edition TU1CU1 1.0 Patch 1
Added clay blocks. 1.90
The texture of clay blocks has been changed. New Nintendo 3DS Edition 0.1.0
Added clay blocks.
Naturally occurring clay as seen on a dry surface.
Issues < edit>
Issues relating to “Clay” are maintained on the bug tracker. Report issues there.
Trivia < edit>
In real life, clay can actually be reddish-brown, not just gray, and can be often found under the surface and away from sand. This color is reflected in the appearance of terracotta, bricks, and flower pots.