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Block ID Aliases
None 255
  • skip
Air 0
  • a
  • nothing
  • empty
  • delete
  • erase
  • blank
Block-Stone.png Stone 1
  • cement
  • concrete
Block-Grass.png Grass 2
  • g
  • gras
Block-Dirt.png Dirt 3
  • soil
Block-Cobblestone.png Cobblestone 4
  • cobble
  • stones
  • rocks
Block-Wood.png Wood 5
  • plank
  • planks
  • board
  • boards
Block-Sapling.png Sapling 6
  • tree
  • plant
Block-Admincrete.png Admincrete 7
  • adminium
  • adminite
  • opcrete
  • hardrock
  • solid
  • bedrock
Block-Water.png Water 8
  • w
Block-Water.png Stillwater 9
Block-Lava.png Lava 10
  • l
  • magma
Block-Lava.png StillLava 11
Block-Sand.png Sand 12
Block-Gravel.png Gravel 13
Block-GoldOre.png GoldOre 14
  • gold_ore
Block-IronOre.png IronOre 15
  • iron_ore
  • copperore
  • copper_ore
  • ore
Block-Coal.png Coal 16
  • coals
  • coalore
  • blackore
Block-Log.png Log 17
  • trunk
  • stump
  • treestump
  • treetrunk
Block-Leaves.png Leaves 18
  • leaf
  • foliage
Block-Sponge.png Sponge 19
  • cheese
Block-Glass.png Glass 20
Block-Red.png Red 21
  • redcloth
  • redwool
Block-Orange.png Orange 22
  • orangecloth
  • orangewool
Block-Yellow.png Yellow 23
  • yellowcloth
  • yellowwool
Block-Lime.png Lime 24
  • limecloth
  • limewool
  • greenyellow
  • yellowgreen
  • lightgreen
  • lightgreencloth
  • lightgreenwool
Block-Green.png Green 25
  • greencloth
  • greenwool
Block-Teal.png Teal 26
  • springgreen
  • emerald
  • tealwool
  • tealcloth
Block-Aqua.png Aqua 27
  • aquawool
  • aquacloth
Block-Cyan.png Cyan 28
  • cyanwool
  • cyancloth
Block-Blue.png Blue 29
  • lightblue
  • bluewool
  • bluecloth
Block-Indigo.png Indigo 30
  • indigowool
  • indigocloth
Block-Violet.png Violet 31
  • violetwool
  • violetcloth
  • lightpurple
  • purple
  • purplewool
  • purplecloth
Block-Magenta.png Magenta 32
  • fuchsia
  • magentawool
  • magentacloth
Block-Pink.png Pink 33
  • darkpink
  • pinkwool
  • pinkcloth
Block-Black.png Black 34
  • darkgray
  • darkgrey
Block-Gray.png Gray 35
  • grey
  • lightgray
  • lightgrey
Block-White.png White 36
  • cloth
  • cotton
Block-YellowFlower.png YellowFlower 37
  • yellow_flower
  • flower
  • dandelion
Block-RedFlower.png RedFlower 38
  • rose
  • redrose
  • red_flower
Block-BrownMushroom.png BrownMushroom 39
  • mushroom
  • shroom
  • brown_shroom
Block-RedMushroom.png RedMushroom 40
  • red_shroom
Block-Gold.png Gold 41
  • goldblock
  • goldsolid
  • golden
  • copper
  • brass
Block-Iron.png Iron 42
  • ironblock
  • steel
  • metal
  • silver
Block-DoubleSlab.png DoubleSlab 43
  • stairs
  • steps
  • slabs
  • doublestep
  • doublestair
  • double_step
  • double_stair
  • double_slab
  • staircasefull
Block-Slab.png Slab 44
  • step
  • stair
  • halfstep
  • halfblock
  • staircasestep
Block-Bricks.png Bricks 45
  • brick
Block-TNT.png TNT 46
  • explosive
  • dynamite
Block-Books.png Books 47
  • book
  • shelf
  • shelves
  • bookcase
  • bookshelf
  • bookshelves
Block-MossyCobble.png MossyCobble 48
  • moss
  • mossy
  • stonevine
  • mossyrock
  • mossyrocks
  • mossystone
  • mossystones
  • greencobblestone
  • mossycobblestone
  • mossy_cobblestone
Block-Obsidian.png Obsidian 49
  • onyx

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Physics

fCraft does not have physics, as a result:
  • Grass does not spread to lit dirt
  • Grass does not die in shade
  • Plants do not grow into trees
  • Water and lava do not flood
  • Leaves do not die
  • Sponges do not soak up nearby water
  • Flowers and Mushrooms do not die
  • TNT does not explode

Special blocks

None

The "none" block may be used in more complex drawing commands to denote those blocks should not be altered.

Grass, Admincrete, Water, and Lava

These blocks can only be placed through /Binding, or through the commands /Grass, /Solid, /Water and /Lava .

Admincrete

Admincrete cannot be broken without DeleteAdmincrete as the client prevents you from clicking it. Note that hacking clients may circumvent this restriction and pass through admincrete walls anyway.

StillWater and StillLava

These blocks behave identically to their normal counterparts, but are saved differently.

Slab/DoubleSlab

If one stair is placed above another, the bottom one will be changed into a doublestair. This can be prevented by placing the top one first or using a drawing command.
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