Where Is Clay In Minecraft ? How To Make Clay In Minecraft

Name Default value Allowed values Description color

white white White Terracotta
orange Orange Terracotta
magenta Magenta Terracotta
light_blue Light Blue Terracotta
yellow Yellow Terracotta
lime Lime Terracotta
pink Pink Terracotta
gray Gray Terracotta
silver Light Gray Terracotta
cyan Cyan Terracotta
purple Purple Terracotta
blue Blue Terracotta
brown Brown Terracotta
green Green Terracotta
red Red Terracotta
black Black Terracotta

History

Java EditionApril 24, 2013

1.6.113w17a

13w19a

1.7.213w36b

1.814w03a

1.10release

1.1217w06a

17w16a

17w17a

1.1317w47a

17w47b

18w09a

1.1418w43a

18w48a

18w49a

18w50a

19w11a

Pocket Edition Alphav0.9.0build 1

build 11

v0.13.0build 1

Pocket Edition1.1.0alpha 1.1.0.0

Bedrock Edition1.4.0beta 1.2.20.1

1.10.0beta 1.10.0.3

1.12.0beta 1.12.0.3

Legacy Console EditionTU19CU7 1.12 Patch 11.0.1

TU31CU19 1.22 Patch 3

TU43CU33 1.36 Patch 13

TU53CU43 1.49 Patch 231.0.3

1.90

New Nintendo 3DS Edition0.1.0

Dinnerbone tweets the first picture of the hardened clay block, based on a suggestion by user BlameTheController, to be similar to Native American Pueblos.

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Added hardened clay.

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Added stained clay, colored variants of hardened clay.

Hardened and stained clay now generates in mesa biomes.
Stained clay now replaces wool in desert temples, making deserts and mesas the only two biomes where hardened/stained clay can generate, if the “Generate Structures” option is on.
Stained clay blocks have been renamed from ” Stained Clay” to ” Hardened Clay”.
Stained hardened clay can now be smelted into glazed terracotta.
Hardened clay and stained hardened clay are now called “terracotta”.
Terracotta now have unique colors on the map.
The different block states for the stained_hardened_clay ID have now been split up into their own IDs.
Prior to The Flattening, these blocks” numeral IDs were 172 and 159.
The ID for terracotta has now been changed from hardened_clay to terracotta.
Terracotta now generates in underwater ruins.
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The texture of terracotta has now been changed. (The stained terracotta textures are still used.)

Uncolored and white terracotta can now be found in plains villages.
Uncolored, yellow, orange, and red terracotta can now be found in savanna villages.
Uncolored and green terracotta can now be found in desert villages.
Terracotta can now be obtained from an expert level mason villager via trading, which has now made it renewable.
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Hardened clay can now be used to used to craft stained clay.
Hardened clay can now be obtained by smelting clay blocks.
Blue and orange stained clay now generates as part of desert temples.
Hardened clay and stained hardened clay are now called “terracotta”.
Terracotta can now be smelted into glazed terracotta.
Light blue terracotta now generates in some underwater ruins.
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The texture of terracotta has now been changed.

Uncolored, white, green, yellow, orange, and red terracotta now generates in the new villages.
Colored terracotta can now be bought from stone mason villagers.
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Added hardened and stained clay.

Hardened and stained clay now generates naturally in mesa biomes.
Stained clay can now be found in desert temples.
Stained clay blocks are now renamed from ” Stained Clay” to ” Hardened Clay”.
Hardened clay and stained hardened clay are now called “terracotta”.
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The texture of terracotta has now been changed.

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Added terracotta and stained clay.

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Issues

Issues relating to “Terracotta”, “Hardened Clay”, or “Stained Clay” are maintained on the bug tracker. Report issues there.

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