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Obsidiana llorosa
Crying Obsidian JE1 BE1.png
Renovable

Apilable

Sí (64)

Herramienta

Es necesario un pico de diamante o mejor para romper este bloque

Resistencia a las explosiones

?

Dureza

?

Luminoso

Sí (10)

Transparente

No

Inflamable

No

Se prende fuego por lava

No


Crying obsidian is a luminous variant of obsidian that can be used to craft a respawn anchor and produces purple particles when placed.

Obtaining[editar | editar código]

Crying obsidian can be harvested only with a diamond pickaxe or a netherite pickaxe. Error de Lua en package.lua en la línea 80: module 'Módulo:dureza values' not found.

Natural generation[editar | editar código]

Crying obsidian can generate as part of ruined portals.

Chest loot[editar | editar código]

Objeto Estructura Contenedor Cantidad Probabilidad
Java Edition 1.16[upcoming]
Crying Obsidian Bastion remnant Bridge chest 3 a 8 12,2 %
Treasure chest 1 a 5 29,4 %
Other chest 1 a 5 31,5 %
Bedrock Edition 1.16.0[upcoming]
Crying Obsidian Bastion remnant Treasure chest 1 a 5 23 %
Bridge chest 1 a 5 25,4 %
Other chest 1 a 5 9,8 %

Bartering[editar | editar código]

Piglins have a ~8.71% chance (40459) to barter 1–3 crying obsidian when given a gold ingot.

Usage[editar | editar código]

Similarly to obsidian, crying obsidian is a resilient building block. It has a blast resistance of 1,200. In addition, it cannot be destroyed by the ender dragon. It is used to make respawn anchors, a block that has the function of letting players respawn in the Nether.

When placed, crying obsidian occasionally produces purple dripping particles, as if it is "crying". These droplets are purely decorative.

Unlike obsidian, crying obsidian cannot be used as a nether portal frame.[1]

Crafting ingredient[editar | editar código]

Light[editar | editar código]

Crying obsidian gives off a light level of 10, which does not melt snow or ice. Its blast resistance distinguishes it from other light-emitting blocks.

Note Blocks[editar | editar código]

Crying obsidian can be placed under note blocks to produce "bass drum" sounds.

Piston interactivity[editar | editar código]

Crying obsidian cannot be pushed by pistons. It also cannot be pushed nor pulled by sticky pistons.

Sonidos[editar | editar código]

Plantilla:Sound table/Block/Stone

Data values[editar | editar código]

ID[editar | editar código]

Edición Java:

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Edición Bedrock:

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Progresos[editar | editar código]

Plantilla:Load advancements

History[editar | editar código]

Edición Java Beta
1.3Crying Obsidian (texture) JE0 BE0.png The texture of crying obsidian has been added to terrain.png.
February 23, 2011Jeb states he would like to add crying obsidian as a block.
March 30, 2011Jeb states that crying obsidian would act as a way of setting a respawn point. The idea would later be discarded in favor of beds.
April 15, 2011Jeb states that the grass edge tile has replaced the crying obsidian in the texture file.
1.5The texture of crying obsidian has been removed.
February 9, 2012Jeb states that he will bring back crying obsidian as soon as he's made preparations for more texture space.
Edición Java
December 3, 2019Maria Lemón notes that many players suggest implementing crying obsidian alongside new Nether features.
1.1620w09aCrying Obsidian JE1 BE1.png Added crying obsidian.
Crying obsidian is currently obtainable only through bartering.
Crying obsidian has no function.
Crying obsidian produces a light level of 10.
Crying obsidian can be harvested with any pickaxe.
20w10aCrying Obsidian Programmer Art.png Crying obsidian now uses its old texture when using Programmer Art.
20w11aCrying obsidian now requires a diamond or netherite pickaxe in order to be mined.[2]
Crying obsidian can no longer be destroyed by the ender dragon.[3]
Crying obsidian can no longer be moved by pistons.[4]
20w12aCrying obsidian is now used to craft respawn anchors.
20w16aCrying obsidian now generates in bastion remnants chests.
Crying obsidian now generates as part of ruined portals.
20w20aCrying obsidian is now required for the "Who is Cutting Onions?" advancement.
Edición Pocket Alpha
v0.1.0Crying Obsidian (texture) JE0 BE0.png The texture of crying obsidian has been added to the game's files.
v0.2.0The texture of crying obsidian has been removed.
Edición Bedrock
1.16.0beta 1.16.0.57Crying Obsidian JE1 BE1.png Added crying obsidian.
beta 1.16.0.63Crying obsidian now requires a diamond or netherite pickaxe in order to be mined.[5]

Trivia[editar | editar código]

  • When it was originally going to be added in Beta 1.3, it was going to act as a way to reset the player’s spawn point and would be crafted using lapis lazuli. When beds were added, they took this role instead. In 1.16 the respawn anchor was added which is crafted with crying obsidian.
    • More than 9 years passed between its initial planned addition and finally being available in-game.
    • The community had heavily requested crying obsidian return in 1.16 as a way to respawn in the Nether, as a callback to its initial intended functionality before beds were added, as an unspecified and likely implied to be undecided way of respawning was mentioned during the reveal.
  • According to Brandon Pearce, crying obsidian was added when they wanted to have cracked obsidian for the ruined nether portals. They decided to add it as crying obsidian instead because it was more unique and due to high player demand.
  • The new crying obsidian may have taken some inspiration from the unused glowing obsidian from Bedrock Edition. This is backed up with it giving off light.
  • The team considered having crying obsidian be obtained by throwing obsidian through a nether portal, or by having regular obsidian be struck by lightning. However, they chose bartering with piglins as a way to make bartering useful.[6]

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