Fire is a non-solid block. It has an animated face on all four sides, and two faces on the inside at slants. Fire is never created naturally when chunks generate, except in the Nether. It is created when a player uses flint and steel or a fire charge, a ghast's fireball attack hits a surface, lava burns a flammable object, or lightning strikes a flammable block. Fire emits pixelated gray smoke while it is burning, and produces 15 units of light.
No longer possible as of Java Edition 1.8 due to the fire item being removed; the only way to obtain it in Bedrock Edition is through inventory editors.
|Chainmail Helmet||Chainmail Chestplate|
|Chainmail Leggings||Chainmail Boots|
- Using fire in the jungle is not recommended as it's a waste of wood, and a player could possibly burn to death in the jungle fire unless they stand a safe distance away.
- Fire is one of the only non-solid blocks with an animated texture.
- In real life, blue fire is considered extremely hot and is used as flammable gas fuel instead of wood or other flammable material. It is blue because hydrogen molecules glow blue when they become hot.
- Soul Fire doesn't burn down wood unlike regular fire.
- Soul Fire will also scare away Piglins, unlike regular fire.