Border blocks are unbreakable blocks that prohibit movement through, over or under them. The border was originally added (accidentally) in Pocket Edition Alpha. However, they were re-added to Bedrock in 1.16. They are accessed using commands Usage: The border blocks are generally used to prevent players from entering a specific area. It can only be placed or destroyed by a player that has a permission as a world builder.
It emits a single red particle. When placed, the block collision will prevent the non-world builder player from getting through or placing a block, above and under the border block infinitely.
It can prevent
- Jumping over
- Climbing over
- Walking through
- Flying over
- Building over
- Tunneling under
- Destruction by players without world builder permission
- Border blocks and walls share the same block models and inventory model.