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- A source of Light
- A decorative fireplace, which will not spread to other blocks
- Cooks up to four Food items (slowly)
- Can act as a smoke signal (if a hay bale is used) or a marker to a player's base.
Players can light a campfire to create a "cozy" light source. They emit a light level of 9. The fire can also be put out at any time.
Campfires can also be used to cook food, although it takes longer for it to cook than if a Furnace is used.
If a player were to walk on the campfire, they would take half a heart of damage.
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Note: The stripped wood variants cannot be mixed and must be the same variant.
Campfires were revealed as a possible addition in the lead-up to the Minecon Earth. Viewers were encouraged to vote for one of three existing Biomes during the livestream, and the one with the most votes would be updated with various additions.
In an animated video, developers Jens Bergensten and Agnes Larsson revealed campfires as a feature of a taiga update, if it were to get the most votes (Sweet Berry Bushes, and Foxes were also mentioned).
Following the Minecon Earth livestream, Mojang announced the winner in a Twitter post:
"The winner of the MINECON Earth biome vote is Taiga!!!
Foxes, berries and campfires coming to an Overworld near you!"
- If a player dies from being on a campfire, then it reads that <PLAYERNAME> discovered the floor is lava.