Magma Block Crafting

Minecraft Magma Block Crafting: How to make Magma Block. Breaking, Natural generation. Magma blocks damage living entities. Magma blocks can be mined using any pickaxe.

Game Tags: Magma Block, Minecraft, Crafting

Magma Block Crafting

Magma blocks also generate as a part of underwater ruins. Magma blocks also generate as part of delta in basalt deltas. In the Overworld, magma blocks generate at the bottom of ocean ravines and in underwater caverns. Magma blocks generate as part of ruined portals and bastion remnants.

Magma blocks can generate in the Nether in the form of mineral veins.

Magma blocks can be mined using any pickaxe

Magma Cream: All but tiny-sized magma cubes drop 0–1 magma cream. The maximum amount of magma cream is increased by 1 per level of Looting. The maximum is 4 magma cream. Blaze Powder + Slimeball = Magma Cream. Magma cream is an item used in brewing to create potions of Fire Resistance, and to build magma blocks.

Magma blocks Breaking time

Wooden: 0.4
Stone: 0.2
Iron: 0.15
Diamond: 0.1
Netherite: 0.1
Golden: 0.1

Magma blocks damage living entities standing on top of them even if underwater (with exceptions such as shulkers or guardians), dealing 1  of damage every tick (although damage immunity reduces this to once every half-second).

Magma block damage does not set mobs or players on fire, and thus does not cook the animals that it kills. In addition, magma blocks prevent Experience dropping from mobs, unless the player damages the mob within 5 seconds (100 ticks).

Blocks that are the height of a trapdoor or lower (such as snow layers, carpet, repeaters or comparators) do not prevent a magma block from damaging mobs and players above it.

Magma blocks emit smoke particles under rainfall, much like lava. Mobs avoid magma blocks that are in the way. Most mobs do not spawn on magma blocks (exceptions are magma cubes, zombified piglin, ghasts, and squid).

When a water source is directly above a magma block, a whirlpool bubble column is created, going downward from the highest source block. Anything encountering the bubble column is pulled down, including items, boats, players, and mobs.

A player can restore breath by entering a magma block's bubble column.