Blocks

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Common Block Behavior

There are lots of blocks in Vintage Story to learn about. However many of them share similar characteristics that control how they behave in the environment and when you interact with them.

Max Stack Size

Max amount of collectible that one default inventory slot can hold

Durability

How many uses does this collectible has when being used. Item disappears at durability 0

Replaceable

A value usually between 0-9999 that indicates which blocks may be replaced with others. Any block with replaceable value above 5000 will be washed away by water. Any block with replaceable value above 6000 will replaced when the player tries to place a block. Examples: 0 = Bedrock, 6000 = Tallgrass, 9000 = Lava, 9500 = Water, 9999 = Air.

Creative Inventory Tabs

List of creative tabs in which this collectible should appear in

General Terrain

Coal

Soil

Gravel

Sand

Logs

Glacier Ice

Lake Ice

Snow Block

Snow Layer

rock

Ores

Iron Ore

Copper Ore

Gold Ore

Lead Ore

Tin Ore

Chromium Ore

Platinum Ore

Titanium Ore

Zinc Ore

Sylvite

Lapis lazuli

Diamond

Sulfur

Rock Salt

White Quartz

Bismuth

Emerald


Decorative

Glass

Quartz Glass

Paintings

Other

Reed

Quern