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This page documents an exhaustive list of items which no longer exist in current versions of Java Edition.

Blocks previously obtainable as items[]

Obtainable in Survival[]

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Note that the section below does not include blocks that can be obtained by world editing, commands, or version manipulation (upgrading/downgrading), only blocks that can be obtained in legitimate survival gameplay are listed. Also, only blocks who's ID's have not been replaced are listen here. Meaning that classic Cloth, Locked Chests and similar blocks are not on this list.

The first table DOES NOT include blocks pre-generated inside inventories, the second table includes block items only obtainable through the Inventory, Indev House or Beta 1.6 TB3 chests.

ID Block Name Version range Tool
ID Data First Last
000 Missing Texture JE3.png Air 13w38b Sword Required.png
007 Bedrock JE1 BE1.png Bedrock 15w44a 15w51b End Crystal (item) JE1 BE1.png
008 Water JE1.png Flowing Water 0.24 ST Creeper JE2 BE1.png
009 Water JE1.png Water Creeper JE2 BE1.png
010 Lava JE2.png Flowing Lava 0.24 ST Creeper JE2 BE1.png
011 Lava JE2.png Lava Creeper JE2 BE1.png
018 4-15 Oak Leaves JE2.png IDV Leaves Beta 1.9 pre 6 1.4.5 Itemsshears.png + Enchanted Book JE1 BE1.png
043 Double Stone Slab (block item) JE1.png Double Slab Beta 1.9 pre 4 Wooden Pickaxe JE1 BE1.png + Enchanted Book JE1 BE1.png
044 2 Oak Slab JE1 BE1.png Petrified Oak Slab Beta 1.3 12w16a Wooden Pickaxe JE1 BE1.png
Beta 1.8 pre 2 1.2.3 Oak Slab JE1 BE1.png + Water JE1.png
13w16a 1.7.5 Oak Slab JE1 BE1.png + Arrow (item) JE1 BE1.png
052 Spawner JE2.png Mob Spawner Infdev 625-2 Alpha 1.0.0 Wooden Pickaxe JE1 BE1.png
Beta 1.9 pre 4 Wooden Pickaxe JE1 BE1.png + Enchanted Book JE1 BE1.png
062 Lit Furnace (S) JE1.png Burning Furnace Indev 219 Alpha 1.0.0 Wooden Pickaxe JE1 BE1.png
Beta 1.9 pre 4 Wooden Pickaxe JE1 BE1.png + Enchanted Book JE1 BE1.png
074 Lit Redstone Ore.png Lit Redstone Ore Beta 1.9 pre 4 Iron Pickaxe JE2 BE1.png + Enchanted Book JE1 BE1.png
095* Chest (S) JE1.png Locked Chest Beta 1.4 TNT JE2 BE1.png
097 Stone JE2 BE1.png Monster Egg Beta 1.9 pre 4 Wooden Pickaxe JE1 BE1.png + Enchanted Book JE1 BE1.png
120 End Portal Frame (item) JE3.png End Portal Frame Beta 1.9 pre 3 TNT JE2 BE1.png
124 Lit Redstone Lamp (inventory) JE1.png Lit Redstone Lamp 12w07a 13w36a Enchanted Book JE1 BE1.png
161 2-3 Oak Leaves JE3 BE4.png IDV leaves2 ?? 1.7.6 ? Oak Leaves JE3 BE4.png + Arrow (item) JE1 BE1.png
4-5 14w25b 14w28b Shears JE1 BE1.png
8-9 14w28b 14w30c Itemsshears.png + Enchanted Book JE1 BE1.png
ID Block Name Recontinued ?
01 Stone JE2 BE1.png Stone Yes
02 Grass Block JE2.png Grass block Yes
07 Bedrock JE1 BE1.png Bedrock No
14 Gold Ore JE2 BE1.png Gold Ore Yes
15 Iron Ore JE1 BE1.png Iron Ore Yes
16 Coal Ore JE1 BE1.png Coal Ore Yes
17 Oak Log (UD) JE2 BE1.png Log Yes
18 Oak Leaves JE2.png Leaves Yes
19 Sponge JE1 BE1.png Sponge Yes
20 Glass JE3 BE1.png Sponge Yes
45 Bricks JE1.png Sponge Yes
46 TNT JE2 BE1.png TNT Yes
47 Bookshelf JE1.png Bookshelf Yes
49 Obsidian JE1 BE1.png Obsidian Yes
52 Water Spawner.png Water Spawner No [ID replaced]
53 Lava Spawner.png Lava Spawner No [ID replaced]
54 Chest (S) JE1.png Chest Yes
ID Block Name Recontinued ?
002 Grass Block (item) JE2 BE1.png Grass Block Yes
007 Bedrock JE1 BE1.png Bedrock No
008 Water (inventory) JE5.png Flowing Water No
009 Water (inventory) JE5.png Water No
010 Lava (inventory) JE6.png Flowing Lava No
011 Lava (inventory) JE6.png Lava No
016 Coal Ore JE1 BE1.png Coal Ore Yes
019 Sponge JE1 BE1.png Sponge Yes
021 Lapis Lazuli Ore JE1 BE1.png Lapis Ore Yes
026 Bed (bottom texture) JE1 BE1.png Bed Block No
029 Cobweb (texture) JE1 BE1.png Web block Yes
031 Grass (item) JE2.png Tall Grass Yes
032 Dead Bush (texture) JE1 BE1.png Dead Bush Yes
043 Double Stone Slab (block item) JE1.png Double Slab No
051 Fire 1 (texture) JE2-a2.gif Fire No
052 Spawner JE1.png Mob Spawner No
055 Off Redstone Wire Cross (texture) JE1.png Redstone Wire No
056 Diamond Ore JE1 BE1.png Diamond Ore Yes
059 Wheat Age 0 (texture) JE1 BE1.png Crop No
060 Farmland JE1 BE1.png Farmland No
062 Lit Furnace (E) JE2 BE1.png Burning Furnace No
063 Oak Planks (texture) JE3 BE1.png Sign block No
064 Oak Door (bottom texture) JE2 BE1.png Door block No
068 Oak Planks (texture) JE3 BE1.png Wall Sign block No
071 Iron Door (bottom texture) JE1 BE1.png Iron Door block No
073 Redstone Ore JE1 BE1.png Redstone Ore Yes
074 Lit Redstone Ore.png Lit Redstone Ore No
075 Off Redstone Torch (texture) JE1 BE1.png Off Redstone Torch No
078 Snow (layers 1) JE1 BE1.png Snow Layer Yes
079 Ice JE1 BE1.png Ice Block Yes
083 Sugar Cane (texture) JE1 BE1.png Reeds No
090 Invicon Nether Portal.gif Portal block No
092 Cake JE3 BE1.png Cake block No
093 Smooth Stone Slab (side texture) JE1 BE1.png Repeater block No
094 Smooth Stone Slab (side texture) JE1 BE1.png On Repeater block No
095 Chest (S) JE1.png Locked Chest No [ID replaced]

Reverted potions[]

Main article: Potion

Before snapshot 15w31a for 1.9, potions had a form known as "reverted". In the inventory, reverted potions looked identical to their base potion, much like mundane and mundane (extended) potions, and their usage was also identical to their base potions, with the exception of turning into reverted potions rather than base potions. The only difference was the data values.

There were two general methods to create reverted potions, one of which involved the addition of fermented spider eyes. Reversion, in general, referenced changing a longer, upgraded potion into its original weaker potion (for example, changing from a potion of Poison (extended) into a potion of Harming (reverted) by adding fermented spider eye).

  • The first method involved adding glowstone dust (typically) to an already upgraded tertiary potion. Since these tertiary potions have already been modified with redstone dust (typically), they could be changed to their original (reverted) unmodified states depending on which modifier was added previously. Not all potions could be reverted (or react, for that matter) when glowstone dust or redstone dust was added to an upgraded tertiary potion (for example, adding redstone dust to an already extended potion did not yield a new potion).
  • The second method involved the addition of fermented spider eyes, followed by glowstone dust (usually). Method two worked by adding a fermented spider eye to an extended positive potion (i.e. an extended tertiary potion). In almost all cases, this would corrupt the potion and produce a negative potion of equal strength (in this case, extended). Then, glowstone dust (depending on the recipe) was added to the extended negative potion. Since these negative tertiary potions (regardless of origin) have already been modified with redstone dust, the addition of glowstone dust would revert the potion to a potion of lesser duration.

A good example of this process at work is the reversion of a potion of Weakness. A potion of Weakness can be made in two ways. The first method is by adding a fermented spider eye to a mundane potion (water bottle + ghast tear / glistering melon slice / blaze powder / magma cream / sugar / spider eye), then adding redstone dust to produce a potion of Weakness (extended). The second method is by adding a fermented spider eye to either a potion of Strength or a potion of Regeneration. Potions of Strength and Regeneration, in their base or extended forms, produce potions of Weakness with equal magnitude (for the sake of this example, fermented spider eye is added to a potion of Strength (extended) to produce a potion of Weakness (extended)).

Now, there should be two potions of Weakness (extended). Glowstone dust could be added to the potion of Weakness (extended), which reverted the potion into a base potion of Weakness. The act of reducing the duration from 4:00 to 1:30 was reversion.

Glowstone dust[]

Potion Base Reagent Effect Duration
(minutes)
Potion of Fire Resistance
Potion of Fire Resistance
(reverted)
Potion of Fire Resistance
Potion of Fire Resistance
(extended)

Glowstone Dust
Gives immunity to damage from fire, lava, and ranged blaze attacks. 3:00
Potion of Night Vision
Potion of Night Vision
(reverted)
Potion of Night Vision
Potion of Night Vision
(extended)

Glowstone Dust
Makes everything appear to be at max light level, including underwater areas. 3:00
Potion of Slowness
Potion of Slowness
(reverted)
Potion of Slowness
Potion of Slowness
(extended)

Glowstone Dust
Decreases movement speed. 1:30
Potion of Weakness
Potion of Weakness
(reverted)
Potion of Weakness
Potion of Weakness
(extended)

Glowstone Dust
Reduces all melee attacks by 0.5 damage (0.25 heart). 1:30
Potion of Water Breathing
Potion of Water Breathing
(reverted)
Potion of Water Breathing
Potion of Water Breathing
(extended)

Glowstone Dust
Does not deplete the oxygen bar when underwater. 3:00

Redstone dust[]

Potion Base Reagent Effect Duration
(minutes)
Potion of Healing
Potion of Healing
(reverted)
Potion of Healing
Potion of Healing II

Redstone Dust
Restores ♥♥ of health. Instant
Potion of Harming
Potion of Harming
(reverted)
Potion of Harming
Potion of Harming II

Redstone Dust
Inflicts ♥♥♥ of damage. Instant

Fermented spider eye[]

Potion Base Reagent Effect Duration
(minutes)
Potion of Harming
Potion of Harming
(reverted)
Potion of Healing
Potion of Healing
(reverted)
or
Potion of Poison
Potion of Poison
(extended)

Fermented Spider Eye
Inflicts ♥♥♥ of damage. Instant
Potion of Slowness
Potion of Slowness
(reverted)
Potion of Fire Resistance
Potion of Fire Resistance
(reverted)
or
Potion of Swiftness
Potion of Swiftness II

Fermented Spider Eye
Decreases movement speed. 1:30
Potion of Weakness
Potion of Weakness
(reverted)
Potion of Strength
Potion of Strength II
or
Potion of Regeneration
Potion of Regeneration II

Fermented Spider Eye
Reduces all melee attacks by 0.5 damage (0.25 heart). 1:30

Horse saddle[]

Main article: Horse Saddle

Horse Saddle JE1.png

Horse saddles worked just like regular saddles, but for horses instead of pigs, which were added in the 13w16a snapshot. They could be crafted from 5 leather and 3 iron ingots. Horse saddles were removed in 13w18a.

Ingredients Crafting recipe Description
Leather +
Iron Ingot

Horse saddle recipe

Slowness Arrows[]

In Java Edition 1.10, slowness arrows dropped by strays contained a different NBT tag from slowness arrows crafted. The different NBT tag was fixed in 1.10.1.

Obtaining[1]

Data-retaining minecarts[]

In Java Edition 1.10.2, when a minecart of any type was broken a specially named minecart was dropped. In this version, the game messed up when separating the minecart from the item inside, and accidentally let the minecart retain its previous data. The minecart obtained would be named entity.MinecartRidable.name, entity.TNTMinecart.name, entity.FurnaceMinecart.name, Minecart with Chest, entity.MinecartCommandBlock.name, entity.SpawnerMinecart.name, and Minecart with Hopper.

Obtaining:

File:Data retaining minecarts.mp4

Link to the bug report on the Minecraft bug tracker

Fish[]

Prior to Java Edition 1.13, the item now referred to as cod was simply known as fish, and had a generic texture strongly unlike the cod texture used currently. These were substituted out of the game in much the same way as roses.

Potions[]

Beta 1.9 Prerelease 2 implemented 32 types of potions for a complex brewing system involving cauldrons, which were functional but unavailable. These potions had effects and appeared to have different colors than the current potions. Beta 1.9 Prerelease 3 replaced the cauldron brewing system with the brewing stand system used in the final game, and removed the effects and colors of the old potions. Only the mundane, awkward, and thick potions were used in the final brewing system, leaving 29 types of potions with no effect unused in the game. They were later removed in snapshot 15w44b for 1.9.

These potions could be obtained only by using the following command: /give @p minecraft:potion 1 <data-value> {CustomPotionEffects:[]}. Adding a multiple of 64 to the value would result in the same potion. As with other potions at the time, adding 16384 to the value would result in a splash version of the given potion.

Icon Name DVs
Uninteresting Potion.png Uninteresting Potion 2 & 3
Bland Potion.png Bland Potion 4 & 5
Clear Potion.png Clear Potion 6 & 7
Milky Potion.png Milky Potion 8 & 9
Diffuse Potion.png Diffuse Potion 10 & 11
Artless Potion.png Artless Potion 12 & 13
Thin Potion.png Thin Potion 14 & 15
Uninteresting Potion.png Flat Potion 18 & 19
Bland Potion.png Bulky Potion 20 & 21
Clear Potion.png Bungling Potion 22 & 23
Icon Name DVs
Milky Potion.png Buttered Potion 24 & 25
Diffuse Potion.png Smooth Potion 26 & 27
Artless Potion.png Suave Potion 28 & 29
Thin Potion.png Debonair Potion 30 & 31
Uninteresting Potion.png Elegant Potion 34 & 35
Bland Potion.png Fancy Potion 36 & 37
Clear Potion.png Charming Potion 38 & 39
Milky Potion.png Dashing Potion 40 & 41
Diffuse Potion.png Refined Potion 42 & 43
Artless Potion.png Cordial Potion 44 & 45
Icon Name DVs
Thin Potion.png Sparkling Potion 46 & 47
Potent Potion.png Potent Potion 48 & 49
Uninteresting Potion.png Foul Potion 50 & 51
Bland Potion.png Odorless Potion 52 & 53
Clear Potion.png Rank Potion 54 & 55
Milky Potion.png Harsh Potion 56 & 57
Diffuse Potion.png Acrid Potion 58 & 59
Artless Potion.png Gross Potion 60 & 61
Thin Potion.png Stinky Potion 62 & 63

References[]

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