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{{Navbox/Natural Blocks}}
|Box title = Bedrock
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{{Infobox/Block
|image = File:IMG 0971.png
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| name = Bedrock
|imagewidth = 200
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| image = [[File:IMG 0971.png|250x250px]]
|caption = Bedrock Block
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| type = Solid block
|Row 1 title =Flammable
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| id = 1
|Row 1 info =No
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| occurrence = Natural
|Row 2 title =Ramp
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| flammable = No
|Row 2 info =No
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| destructible = No
|Row 3 title =Placeable
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| animated = No
|Row 3 info =No
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| behavior = Indestructible
|Row 4 title =Special Ablility
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| appearance = [[Version History|Version 1.0]]
|Row 4 info =Indestructible
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| texture = [[File:TEX_Bedrock.png|32x32px]]
|Row 5 title =Animated
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}}__FORCETOC__The '''Bedrock [[Block]]''' is [[Natural blocks|naturally occurring]] and appears in both [[Normal World]]s and [[Flat World]]s. Bedrock is rocky in appearance and is a gray/black color by default. The location of Bedrock is at the farthest possible depth in the World, 25 blocks from ground level. [[Ari Ronen]] created the block to act as a border between the void and the world. Bedrock is not [[Non-placeable blocks|place-able]] or even destructible with [[TNT]]. [[Vuenctools]] has the ability to remove the entire bedrock layer. This provides builders with an increased [[height limit]]. Utilizing this, builders are able to produce buildings one block taller than normal.
|Row 5 info =No}} Bedrock
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is a naturally occurring block that appears at the farthest down you can go underground. It is not placeable or even destroyable, and is hit when you dig down to the bottom of any map. It can only be removed by either hacking or buying a mod pack off the internet (which it itself is a hack). People also create underground cities, using the bedrock as a floor or street. Some Edeners have even cleared out a big space of bedrock and built a skyscraper from bedrock to the Eden height limit, aside from creating the skyscraper on the grass and having it be not as tall.
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==Natural generation==
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===Current===
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[[File:Bedrock-Natural generation1.png|thumb|none|300px|A screenshot of bedrock at the bottom of the world]]
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[[File:Bedrock-Natural generation2.png|thumb|none|300px|A screenshot of a hole dug to bedrock in a flat world measuring 32 blocks deep]]
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===Before 1.6===
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[[File:Bedrock-Natural generation-Pre1.6-1.png|thumb|none|300px|A screenshot of double layered bedrock in a world generated before version 1.6]]
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==Building examples==
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Many people use Bedrock to create underground cities using it as a floor or street.
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[[File:Bedrock-Building examples1.png|thumb|none|300px|A city using Bedrock for the floor]]
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*In normal worlds, there is one never ending layer of bedrock, and one layer that mixes with [[stone]].
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* [[Vuenctools]] is able to place Bedrock in the world, including turning an [[Eden City/Bedrock|entire world]] into it! [[File:Bedrock World.png|thumb|none|250px|A screenshot of a world completely turned to Bedrock!]]
*In flat worlds, there is only one (solid) layer of bedrock.
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* Before [[Caves]] were removed, bedrock would be in different layers, as opposed to a single layer, as it is now.
*Before Caves were removed, bedrock would not be entirely flat, instead, it would be jagged.
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* Bedrock is one of only three blocks in Eden that cannot be placed in-game, the others being [[Weeds]] and [[Air]].
*With hacks, you can remove Bedrock.
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* There is a glitch where sometimes Bedrock doesn't spawn, allowing the player to jump into the void.
*If the user pulls off a certain glitch, they can see the underside of this block is empy/blank.
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* <span>It is one of three blocks being immune to </span>[[TNT]]<span>, the other being </span>[[Steel Block|Steel]] <span>and </span>[[Treasure Crystals]]
*As of now, bedrock is the only block immune to TNT, but in 2.0, Steel will also be one of the two immune-to-TNT blocks.
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[[Category:Block]]
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==See also==
[[Category:Naturally Occuring Block]]
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* [[Steel]]
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* [[Stone]]
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* [[Dirt]]
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==References==
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{{reflist}}
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<!--==Further reading==
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==External links==-->
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{{Blocks List}}
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[[Category:Blocks]]
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[[Category:Natural blocks]]
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[[Category:Non-placeable blocks]]

Latest revision as of 01:50, October 24, 2018

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Bedrock



The Bedrock Block is naturally occurring and appears in both Normal Worlds and Flat Worlds. Bedrock is rocky in appearance and is a gray/black color by default. The location of Bedrock is at the farthest possible depth in the World, 25 blocks from ground level. Ari Ronen created the block to act as a border between the void and the world. Bedrock is not place-able or even destructible with TNT. Vuenctools has the ability to remove the entire bedrock layer. This provides builders with an increased height limit. Utilizing this, builders are able to produce buildings one block taller than normal.

Natural generationEdit

CurrentEdit

Bedrock-Natural generation1

A screenshot of bedrock at the bottom of the world

Bedrock-Natural generation2

A screenshot of a hole dug to bedrock in a flat world measuring 32 blocks deep

Before 1.6Edit

Bedrock-Natural generation-Pre1.6-1

A screenshot of double layered bedrock in a world generated before version 1.6

Building examplesEdit

Many people use Bedrock to create underground cities using it as a floor or street.

Bedrock-Building examples1

A city using Bedrock for the floor

TriviaEdit

  • Vuenctools is able to place Bedrock in the world, including turning an entire world into it!
    Bedrock World

    A screenshot of a world completely turned to Bedrock!

  • Before Caves were removed, bedrock would be in different layers, as opposed to a single layer, as it is now.
  • Bedrock is one of only three blocks in Eden that cannot be placed in-game, the others being Weeds and Air.
  • There is a glitch where sometimes Bedrock doesn't spawn, allowing the player to jump into the void.
  • It is one of three blocks being immune to TNT, the other being Steel and Treasure Crystals

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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