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Stop Changing the Sculk Shrieker Name Back[]

The tweet you provided to support your edit simply says nothing about the Sculk Shrieker name not applying to the respective block. It actually more so confirms that the Sculk Trap is actually called "Sculk Shrieker", because what kingbdogz is virtually saying is: The Sculk Shrieker in the image does not look like the real Sculk Shrieker. You can actually clearly see what he means, since all of the blocks match almost perfectly with their real textures and models as seen in Minecraft Live 2020, except for the model of the Sculk Shrieker, which in the add-on images is less than a full block in height, weirdly enough. Kingbdogz is expressing why he fought this was all fake, which is also clear from the context. He's not saying that there is no Sculk Shrieker in the image, though that might be how you understood it. Besides, all leaked game files provide solid evidence that the Sculk Shrieker is the name assigned to the "trap" block. In the files there is a data tag that states that Sculk Catalysts are block which can only replace air, while Sculk Shriekers can replace both air and Sculk (Blocks). So Sculk Catalyst cannot refer to the "trap" block as that block clearly replaces the Sculk within the patches, leading us to firmly agree that the "trap" is the one referred to as Sculk Shrieker. The names were not assigned based on speculation; the files are real and so are their associations. Zegatrox (talk) 05:30, 23 August 2021 (UTC)

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