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Rose (texture) BE1.png
This page describes content that exists only in outdated versions of Bedrock Edition. 
This feature used to be in the game but has since been removed.
Grass Block
Grass Block (item) BE3.png
Renewable

No

Stackable

Yes (64)

Tool

None

Blast resistance

0.2

Hardness

0

Luminant

No

Transparent

No

Flammable

Unknown

Catches fire from lava

Unknown

grass_carried[1] was a block which was used for storing the item model for grass blocks.

Obtaining[]

grass_carried is only known to be obtainable through the use of inventory editors and other external tools. If placed in a world, the block can be mined instantly with any item, but it does not drop anything regardless of the method used.

Usage[]

Appearance[]

grass_carried obviously highly resembles the actual grass block. However, there are two key differences between it and normal grass blocks:

  • The top texture is a noticeably different color, and in fact matches the side texture much more than normal grass blocks.
    • This is due to this block using a pre-tinted texture, whereas the normal grass block uses a grayscale texture with a constant tint.
  • While grass blocks use the dirt texture on the bottom, grass_carried uses the side texture on the bottom: Grass Block (item) BE3 (facing NWU).png

Functional differences from grass blocks[]

Despite very closely resembling the grass block visually, grass_carried has notable functional differences from normal grass blocks:

  • It can be broken instantly.[2]
  • It does not drop anything at all when broken.[2]
  • It does not have an icon in the inventory.[3]
  • It cannot be turned into farmland.[4]
  • Blocks which require a dirt-like block below them to exist, such as flowers and sugar cane, cannot be placed on it.[4]
  • Placing an opaque block on top on it does not gradually convert it to dirt.

Data values[]

ID[]

NameNumeric ID Form
Grass Block253Block & Item

History[]

Pocket Edition Alpha
v0.5.0Grass Block (item) BE3.png Added grass_carried.
v0.8.0build 2Removed grass_carried due to major refactoring in block and item rendering, texture storage and more in this version.
Bedrock Edition
?Added hardened glass, which uses the numeric ID that grass_carried once did (253). It is not known if worlds with grass_carried which are upgraded to this version will have it convert to hardened glass.

Issues[]

grass_carried is a removed block and as such issues relating to it cannot be fixed.

References[]


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