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Granite

Granite

Obtaining

Granite is obtained through mining. It is often found in large veins, and exists at a wide variety of layers underground. Granite is most efficiently mined with any kind of Pickaxe.

Granite can also be crafted in the Stonecutter from one block of Diorite and one piece of Nether Quartz (see recipe below).

Usage / Purpose

Although Granite is not used to directly craft tools or weapons, it can be Stonecut to produce the decorative building block Polished Granite. Additionally it can be used in its raw form as a sturdy building block with a distinctive appearance.

Drops / Yields

Each mined block of Granite yields one Granite block for storage and use.

Storage

Granite is stored in stacks of up to 64 units.

Notes

Typically, Stone Bricks are created in the Stonecutter with Stone as the raw material (see recipe below). Alternatively (although the Stonecutter recipe matrix does not show this), Stone Bricks can also be made from the same quantities of Diorite, Andesite or Granite.

Recipe

Granite Recipe

Granite is crafted in the Stonecutter from one block of Diorite and one piece of Nether Quartz.

Polished Granite

Granite is used to produce Polished Granite in the Stonecutter, with four raw blocks producing one polished block.

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