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"Solid" redirects here. For the removed command, see Commands/solid.

Comparison of the solid stone and liquid water blocks

Solid blocks consist of any type of block that has a collision block that players, mobs, or other entities cannot move through.

Properties[]

A block can be considered solid if it has a collision box that players, mobs, or other entities cannot move through. For a block to be solid it also has to not be broken by flowing liquids. Blocks such as iron blocks are solid, and cobwebs are non-solid, because players can move through them slowly and water flow can break them.

The collision property[verify] of solid blocks allows block-dependent blocks and entities to be placed upon them, including:

Other block-dependent blocks may be placed only on full, opaque solid blocks (with a few exceptions):

Solid blocks are also considered when generating structures.

List of blocks[]

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List of solid blocks[]

The following blocks are all solid blocks. They are categorized by their material.

Material Blocks
Dirt
Wood Crimson StemWarped StemCrimson HyphaeWarped Hyphae[[Mangrove Wood Planks|[[Mangrove Wood Slab|
Stone Prismarine SlabPrismarineSea LanternMagma BlockStonecutter
Metal Command Block
Plants
Wool
Sand
Glass
Ice
Other SculkSculk SensorSculk Shrieker
Unknown

List of non-solid blocks[]

These blocks consist of any block that is not solid.

Material Blocks
Air Air
Other Sculk Vein
Water
Lava
Plants
Replaceable plants
Replacable water plant
Water plant
Fire FireSoul Fire
Redstone components
Decoration
Snow layer
Portal Nether Portal
Structural air
Stone
Web

Height[]

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Most solid blocks are 1 meter high, but certain blocks have non-standard block heights.

A player can automatically step up from a lower to a higher height, if the difference is at most 0.6 (35) of a block. From ground level, this is anything the height of a chain or less.

A player can fit through spaces as small as 1.8125 (2 - 316) blocks high, since players are 1.8 blocks tall. This allows players to fit through a 2-block gap with a floor as high as a trapdoor.

When sneaking, a player can fit through spaces as small as 1.75 (2 - 14) blocks high,‌[Bedrock Edition only] or 1.5 blocks,‌[Java Edition only] since sneaking players are 1.65 blocks or 1.5 blocks tall, respectively. In Bedrock, this allows players to fit through a 2-block gap with a floor as high as 3 layers of snow. In Java, players can fit through a 2-block space with a floor as high as a slab.

When gliding with elytra, a player can fit through spaces as small as 0.625 (1 - 38) blocks high, since gliding players are 0.6 blocks tall. This allows players to fit through a 1-block gap with a floor as high as 4 layers of snow, or a flower pot, or a daylight sensor.

Note that doors, although appearing to be one 2-meter-high block, are actually composed of two (top and bottom) 1-meter-high blocks.

Here is a list of blocks with non-standard heights, from tallest to shortest in height:

Height Block types
Decimal Fractional Pixelspace Centimeters Millimeters
1.5 12 24 150 1500 Open shulker boxes
Fences, Fence gates, Walls [note 1]
0.9375 1516 15 93.75 937.5 Dirt Path, Farmland
Bell attached to walls, Cactus, Honey Block [note 1]
0.875 78 14 87.5 875 Soul sand [note 2] Lectern, 7 layers of snow
Chest, Ender chest, Sideways-oriented Grindstone, Trapped chest, Top of brewing stand [note 1]
0.8125 1316 13 81.25 812.5 End portal frame without eye of ender
Chorus plant [note 1]
Edge of Grindstone
0.75 34 12 75 750 Enchantment table, 6 layers of snow
Cocoa bean plant, Mob Heads on wall [note 1]
0.6875 1116 11 68.75 687.5 Conduit [note 1]
0.625 58 10 62.5 625 5 layers of snow
Inside of hopper, Sideways-oriented end rod [note 1]
0.59375 1932 912 59.375 593.75 Sideways-oriented Chain [note 1]
0.5625 916 9 56.25 562.5 Beds, Stonecutter
Lantern on ground [note 1]
0.5 12 8 50 500 Bottom slabs, 4 layers of snow
Mob Heads on ground, Bottom part of stairs, Cake [note 1]
0.4375 716 7 43.75 437.5 Campfire
Turtle egg, 4 [note 1]
0.375 38 6 37.5 375 Daylight sensor, 3 layers of snow
Flower pot, 1-3 [note 1]
0.3125 516 5 31.25 312.5 Inner part of an anvil's base [note 1]
0.25 14 4 25 250 2 layers of snow, Piston Head (Arm)[note 1]
Inside of cauldron, Outer part of an anvil's base [note 1]
0.1875 316 3 18.75 187.5 Bottom trapdoors
0.125 18 2 12.5 125 Redstone repeater, Redstone comparator, Bottom of floating Scaffolding, Base of Lectern, 1 layer of snow
Base of brewing stand, Inside of composter [note 1]
0.09375 332 112 9.375 93.75 Lily pad [note 1]
0.0625 116 1 6.25 62.5 Carpets
  1. a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q These blocks are also thinner, i.e. their length and width are less than that of a full block.
  2. Soul sand has inner collision boxes every eighth of a block, so there is a collision box at 1/8, 1/4, 3/8, 1/2, 5/8, and 3/4

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History[]

Java Edition pre-Classic
Cave game tech testAdded grass block, stone, and air (which was not considered a block at the time).
Solid blocks were the only available type of block, until rd-161348, when the first legitimately-obtainable non-solid blocks (saplings) were added.

Issues[]

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See also[]

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