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Pickaxes are one of the most commonly used tools See the in-game items. For program enhancing software, see Programs and Editors. Tools are items used by the player while held to perform actions faster and more efficiently, to gather materials not in the game, being required to mine all ores All of the current ores. Ores are rare stone blocks used to obtain resources. Contents 1 Usage 1.1 As a smelting ingredient 1.2 Further uses 2 Availability 3 Table 4 Video 5 History 6 Gallery and many other types of blocks Blocks may refer to: Block - cubes that make up the Minecraft world as a whole. Blocks music disc This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same title. If an internal link led you .
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Pickaxes are crafted using 2 sticks Stick Type Raw materials Durability N/A Renewable Yes Stackable Yes (64) First appearances See History Data value dec: 280 hex: 118 bin: 100011000 Name stick A stick is an item used for crafting many tools and items. Contents and 3 units of a tool material.
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|Any Wood Planks Wood Planks Transparency No Luminance No Blast resistance 15 Tool Renewable Yes Stackable Yes (64) Flammable Yes Drops Itself Data value dec: 05 hex: 5 bin: 101 Name planks Wood planks are common blocks used in many crafting or |
|Damaged Matching Pickaxe||The durability of the two pickaxes is added together, plus an extra 5% durability.|
Wooden pickaxes can be found in 75.0% of bonus chests in groups of 1.
Stone pickaxes can be found in 25.0% of bonus chests in groups of 1.
Iron pickaxes can be found in 26.0% of village blacksmith chests, 7.0% of chest minecarts in abandoned mineshafts, 12.2% of stronghold altar chests, and 4.0% of stronghold storeroom chests, all in groups of 1.
Enchanted iron pickaxes can be found in 13.4% of End city chests in groups of 1.
Enchanted diamond pickaxes can be found in 13.4% of End city chests in groups of 1.
Tool Smith villagers sell enchanted iron pickaxes for 9⃢₀ₓ11 emeralds as one of their second tier trades, and enchanted diamond pickaxes for 12⃢₀ₓ15 emeralds as one of their third tier trades. The enchantments will be the same as might be obtained from an enchantment table at levels 5⃢₀ₓ19.
A pickaxe is used to break stone and metal based materials faster. When a block is broken using a pickaxe, the pickaxe uses 1 durability. For blocks that break instantly, it uses 0 durability. Pickaxes have different amounts of uses based on the type:
- Golden: 33
- Wooden: 60
- Stone: 132
- Iron: 251
- Diamond: 1562
Different qualities of pickaxe are required to successfully harvest certain ores and blocks. For instance, while stone can be mined with any pickaxe, gold ore must be mined with an iron or diamond pickaxe, or else the player will harvest no ore. Different pickaxes also mine many materials at different speeds:
The following table shows the time it takes to break each type of block.
- A red background indicates that the block cannot be harvested with that type of pickaxe.
- A yellow background indicates that the block cannot be harvested with that type of pickaxe, but still drops something.
- A green background indicates that the block can be harvested with that type of pickaxe.
|Times to break blocks by pickaxe|