This article is about the block. For the item, see Ivory.
Ivory is a decorative block that can be that comes in many different designs and patterns.
Overview[edit | edit source]
Ivory blocks come in 6 different colors and 4 different patterns. The six colors are: Amethyst (purple), Limonite (orange), Rosite (red), Jade (green), Sapphire (blue), and no color (white). The 4 patterns are: Natural, Patterned, Ornate, and Intricate.
All ivory blocks share the same statistics.
Obtaining[edit | edit source]
Ivory blocks can only be mined up with a pickaxe, otherwise they will drop nothing.
In order to obtain ivory, the player must first color natural ivory, and then the player can make a design for it.
Obtaining natural ivory (uncolored)[edit | edit source]
Determining ivory color[edit | edit source]
To color ivory, the player must take 8 natural ivory (uncolored) and craft it in a crafting table with an ingot or gem, as shown below:
|Amethyst Ivory||8 Ivory blocks + 1 Amethyst|
|Limonite Ivory||8 Ivory blocks + 1 Limonite Ingot|
|Rosite Ivory||8 Ivory blocks + 1 Rosite Ingot|
|Jade Ivory||8 Ivory blocks + 1 Jade|
|Sapphire Ivory||8 Ivory blocks + 1 Sapphire|
Ivory designs[edit | edit source]
Once the player has colored the ivory (or chose not to), then the player can apply a design to the ivory by crafting the ivory blocks like so:
|Patterned Ivory||4 Natural Ivory (any color)|
|Ornate Ivory||4 Patterned Ivory (any color)|
|Intricate Ivory||4 Ornate Ivory (any color)|
Usage[edit | edit source]
Ivory's primary use is as a decoration block. The player can craft any variant of ivory into stairs or slabs.
Crafting[edit | edit source]
|Ivory Stairs||6 of any ivory|
|Ivory Slab||3 of any ivory|
History[edit | edit source]
|1.0||Added Ivory blocks, as well as the different colored variations.|
|2.3||Added Patterned Ivory.|