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Pietrisco, Mattoni di pietra, Legno, Purpur: Sì
Tutti gli altri: No


Sì (64)


Resistenza alle esplosioni

Legno: 3
Pietra: 6
Arenaria, Quarzo, Arenaria rossa: ?


Wood: 2
Cobblestone, Brick, Stone Brick, Nether Brick, Purpur: 1.5
Arenaria, Quartz, Arenaria rossa: ?




Partial (blocks light)


Legno: Sì
Pietra: No

Prende fuoco dalla lava


Gli scalini sono blocchi che permettono ai giocatori e alle creature di cambiare elevazione senza saltare.

Ottenimento[modifica | modifica sorgente]

Gli scalini possono essere fabbricati o trovati in villaggi, fortezze dell'end, fortezze del nether, città dell'end e dimore nella foresta.

Rottura[modifica | modifica sorgente]

Gli scalini di legno vengono rilasciati quando rotti con qualsiasi attrezzo o senza attrezzi, ma con l'ascia si rompono più velocemente. Gli altri scalini vengono rilasciati solo se rotti con un piccone.

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Fabbricazione[modifica | modifica sorgente]

Gli scalini di legno devono essere fabbricati totalmente con un tipo di legno. Essi conservano lo stile degli essi di legno.

Nome Ingredienti Ricetta di Fabbricazione
Scalini di quercia o
Scalini di abete o
Scalini di betulla o
Scalini della giungla o
Scalini di acacia o
Scalini di quercia scura
Assi di quercia o
Assi di abete o
Assi di betulla o
Assi della giungla o
Assi di acacia o
Assi di quercia scura
Scalini di pietra Pietra
Scalini di pietrisco o
Scalini di pietrisco muschioso
Pietrisco o
Pietrisco muschioso
Scalini di mattoni di pietra o
Scalini di mattoni di pietra muschiosi
Mattoni di pietra o
Mattoni di pietra muschiosi
Scalini di andesite o
Scalini di andesite levigata
Andesite o
Andesite levigata
Scalini di diorite o
Scalini di diorite levigata
Diorite o
Diorite levigata
Scalini di granito o
Scalini di granito levigato
Granito o
Granito levigato
Scalini di arenaria o
Scalini di arenaria rossa
Arenaria o
Arenaria rossa
Scalini di arenaria levigata o
Scalini di arenaria rossa levigata
Arenaria levigata o
Arenaria rossa levigata
Scalini di mattoni Mattoni
Scalini di prismarino o
Scalini di mattoni di prismarino o
Scalini di prismarino scuro
Prismarino o
Mattoni di prismarino o
Prismarino scuro
Scalini di mattoni del Nether o
Scalini di mattoni del Nether rossi
Mattoni del Nether o
Mattoni del Nether rossi
Scalini di quarzo Blocco di quarzo o
Blocco di quarzo cesellato
Scalini di quarzo levigato Blocco di quarzo levigato
Scalini di purpur Blocco di purpur o
Pilastro di purpur
Scalini di mattoni di pietra dell'End Mattoni di pietra dell'End
Scalini di pietranera o
Scalini di pietranera levigata o
Scalini di mattoni di pietranera levigata
Pietranera o
Pietranera levigata o
Scalini di mattoni di pietranera levigata

Generazione naturale[modifica | modifica sorgente]

Gli scalini di legno e di pietre vengono generati naturalmente nei villaggi della pianura, della savana e della taiga (per ogni tipo di villaggio gli scalini del legno del loro bioma), e gli scalini di arenaria vengono generati nei villaggi del deserto.

Gli scalini di pietre vengono generati naturalmente anche negli stronghold, come gli scalini di mattoni di pietra.

Gli scalini di mattoni del nether vengono generati nelle fortezze del nether.

Gli scalini di abete vengono generati nelle case della strega e negli igloo.

Gli scalini di purpur vengono generati nelle città dell'End.

Gli scalini di quercia, quercia scura, betulla e pietre vengono generati nelle dimore della foresta.

Uso[modifica | modifica sorgente]

Cammino[modifica | modifica sorgente]

Salire gli scalini è più veloce che saltare la stessa distanza. Inoltre, costa solo 0.01 livelli di esaurimento della barra della fame del giocatore per ogni metro orizzontale camminato sugli scalini, contro 0.2 livelli saltando.

Piazzamento[modifica | modifica sorgente]

Riconfigurazione degli scaliniSinistra: Posizione originale quando sono separati. Destra: Cambiano forma quando sono adiacenti (sopra: angolo verso l'interno; bottom: angolo verso l'esterno).

Per piazzare scalini, usare usare un a stairs item while pointing at a surface facing the space the stairs should occupy. Stairs will place with the half-block side closest to the player.

Stairs can be placed either right side up or upside-down:

  • Pointing at a block top or the bottom half of a block side will place the stairs right side up.
  • Pointing at a block bottom or the top half of a block side will place the stairs upside-down.

Stairs will change their shape to join with adjacent stairs (of any material):

  • When a stairs' half-block side is adjacent to the side of another stairs, the stairs' full-block side will wrap into an "L" shape to join the other stairs (it creates an "inner corner").
  • When a stairs' full-block side is adjacent to the side of another stairs, the stairs' full-block side will shorten to join only the other stairs' full-block side (it creates an "outer corner").

Right side up stairs won't join with upside-down stairs and vice versa.

Fuel[modifica | modifica sorgente]

Wooden stairs can be used as a fuel in furnaces, smelting 1.5 items per block.

Data values[modifica | modifica sorgente]

Stairs are defined by their ID and block data. Stairs also have a block state which is expected to replace the functionality of block data in a future version.

ID[modifica | modifica sorgente]

A stairs' ID specifies its material:


Block data[modifica | modifica sorgente]

Vedi anche: Data values

A stairs' block data specifies its facing and whether it is upside-down:


Block state[modifica | modifica sorgente]

Vedi anche: Block states


History[modifica | modifica sorgente]

Java Edition Alpha
1.0.0 Added wood and stone stairs. Wooden stairs do not burn up. Both icon textures in the inventory were just flat Wood plank and Cobblestone textures.
1.0.1Stair texture is finally changed to a solid two step texture, which is glitched.
1.2.0Before this version, stairs would determine their orientation based on the surrounding blocks (changing if they were changed). They would attempt to face a block adjacent to the stairs, so as to create a climbable surface towards that block. However, this was often more annoying than helpful, and was therefore changed to be placed facing the player.
1.2.2Stairs now had the odd property of being transparent to light; when placed one or more spaces above the ground with air beneath, sunlight or other light sources would shine through and light the blocks beneath/behind the stairs exactly as if nothing opaque were present between them. Other atmospheric effects such as snowfall did not penetrate stair blocks, making them an unusually effective material for creating roofing which kept weather out, but still let daylight in. Snow could not accumulate on top of stair blocks, grass was able to grow on the block directly underneath a stair block, and grass wouldn't disappear if a stair block was placed on top of it. Any stair block placed in Alpha 1.2.0_02 to Beta 1.5 would keep this property in later versions until it or an adjacent block is changed or removed, causing a lighting update.
Java Edition Beta
1.6Wooden stairs and fences are now flammable.
Fixed light transparency from Alpha 1.2.2. Reversed the inventory icon for stairs to show a more recognizable figure.
1.8 Added brick and stone brick stairs. Stone brick stairs could drop one of either mossy stone brick or cracked stone brick when broken due to the data value carrying over. Mining a stair block would yield the stair's source material, rather than a stair block, thus wasting material.
1.8.1Stone brick stairs now always drop regular Stone Brick.
Java Edition
1.0.0Beta 1.9-pre1 Added Nether brick stairs.
Beta 1.9-pre6Mining a stair block now drops the stair block instead of the stair's source material.
1.2.112w08aAdded upside-down stairs. Before they were added, edited data values of 4 through 15 would create invisible stairs that could be walked through; these higher values are now used for upside-down stairs.
1.3.112w21a Added Arenaria stairs.
12w22aCobblestone stairs now generate in jungle temples.
12w25aRedstone, repeaters, torches, levers, pressure plates and rails can now be placed on stairs positioned upside down.
Added wooden stairs for the remaining three wood types (birch, spruce and jungle).
12w26aAdded crafting recipes for birch, spruce and jungle wood stairs.
1.4.212w34aStairs now automatically change shape into corner stairs depending on location.
12w39aStairs interact properly with lighting now.
Smooth lighting on stairs is slightly bugged.
1.513w02a Added quartz stairs.
13w05aFixed stairs lighting when Smooth Lighting is on.
13w05bStairs no longer stop sprinting. Added acacia and dark oak stairs.
1.814w21bUpside down Arenaria and quartz stairs each had their top and bottom textures switched.[1]
14w31aRenamed "Stone Stairs" to "Cobblestone Stairs".
14w32a Added Arenaria rossa stairs.
1.9June 22, 2015Jeb reveals purpur stairs on Instagram, with the words "MINECON 2015 HYPE!"
15w31a Added purpur stairs.
Stairs are now rotated 90° in the inventory.
15w43aSpruce wood stairs act as corners of a table generated within igloo basements.
1.1116w39aOak, birch and dark oak wood stairs and cobblestone stairs now generate in woodland mansions.
1.1217w15aTorches can now be placed on the full-block sides of stairs.
Iron bars, glass panes and fences adjacent to the full-block side of a stair will now visually connect.
Carpet and snow layers can now be placed on top of upside-down stairs.
In arrivo per Java Edition
1.1317w47aRenamed <wood type> wood stairs to <wood type> stairs.
Pocket Edition Alpha
0.1.0 Added wooden (original oak) and cobblestone stairs.
0.3.0 Added brick stairs.
0.6.0 Added Nether brick, Arenaria, stone brick and quartz stairs.
Corner stairs and upside-down stairs added.
0.8.0build 2 Birch, spruce and jungle wood stairs added.
0.9.0build 1 Added acacia and dark oak wood stairs.
Stone brick stairs now naturally generate in strongholds.
Cobblestone and oak wood stairs now naturally generate in villages.
?Changed tooltip from [woodtype] Stairs to [woodtype] Wood Stairs.
0.11.0build 1Acacia and dark oak wooden stairs are now flammable.
Quartz stairs can be crafted in Survival mode.
0.14.0build 1 Added Arenaria rossa stairs.
Pocket Edition
1.0build 1 Added purpur stairs.
Spruce wood stairs act as corners of a table generated within igloo basements.
1.1build 1Oak, birch and dark oak wood stairs and cobblestone stairs now generate in woodland mansions.
Legacy Console Edition
TU1CU1 1.0 Patch 1Patch 1 Added wood (original oak) and cobblestone stairs.
TU5 Added stone brick stairs and brick stairs.
TU7 Added Nether brick stairs.
TU9 Added spruce and birch wood stairs and Arenaria stairs.
TU12 Added jungle wood stairs.
Stairs now automatically change shape into corner stairs depending on location.
Stairs can be placed upside down. Items can be placed directly on upside down stairs.
TU13Jungle wood stairs are now flammable.
TU14 1.04 Added quartz stairs.
Changed placement of upside down stairs and slabs.
TU27CU15 1.18 Added acacia and dark oak stairs.
TU31CU19 1.22 Patch 3 Added Arenaria rossa Stairs.
Renamed "Stone Stairs" into "Cobblestone Stairs".
TU46CU36 1.38 Patch 15 Added purpur stairs.
TU54CU44 1.52 Patch 24Patch 4Torches can now be placed on the full-block sides of stairs.
Iron bars, glass panes and fences adjacent to the full-block side of a stair will now visually connect.
Carpet and snow layers can now be placed on top of upside-down stairs.

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