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The entries on this annotated, structured list of rocks all are items and blocks in Minecraft that:

  1. bear a resemblance to real-world rocks,
  2. share a name with real-world rocks, or
  3. are fictitious but fulfill a similar role to rocks.

A few fictitious blocks are included in this list; namely, blackstone, deepslate, end stone, glowstone, netherrack, and redstone. Their actual nature is up to the player's imagination.

List of rocks[]

Regional rocks[]

These make up the majority of the ground where they're found.

Decorator rocks[]

These generate as part of world decorators. Decorators are a kind of terrain feature. Ores and other ore blobs are decorators.

  • Andesite – a light-colored rock found in solitary underground blobs
  • Blackstone – a material only found in large blobs in the Nether's basalt deltas; useful for crafting
  • Deepslate – a dark gray rock sometimes found in blobs close to the deepslate layer
  • Diorite – a light-colored rock, similar in color to andesite but coarser-looking; found in solitary underground blobs
  • Granite – a pinkish rock found in solitary underground blobs
  • Tuff – a brownish rock commonly found in solitary underground blobs within the deepslate layer
  • Calcite - a white rock that decorates mountains in blobs

Coal and Lapis Lazuli are rocks in their own right.

Structure rocks[]

These rocks can be found in structures.

Other rocks[]

See also[]