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Legno: 60 Usi
Pietra: 132 Usi
Ferro: 251 Usi
Oro: 33 Usi
Diamante: 1562 Usi




Valore dati
dec: 290 hex: 122 bin: 000100100010
dec: 291 hex: 123 bin: 000100100011
dec: 292 hex: 124 bin: 000100100100
dec: 294 hex: 126 bin: 000100100110
dec: 293 hex: 125 bin: 000100100101


La zappa è uno strumento usato per trasformare la Terra e l'Erba in Terra zappata, il primo passo nella coltivazione di grano, Anguria, Zucca, Carota e Patata. Sono uno strumento indispensabile per la coltivazione.

Usi[modifica | modifica wikitesto]

La zappa viene usata per trasformare Terra e Erba in un blocco di Terra zappata per produrre grano, Anguria, Zucca, Carota o Patata. Per usarla, bisogna premere con il tasto destro del mouse su un blocco d'erba o di terra. Il materiale usato per la costruzione della zappa non ha alcun effetto nell'utilizzo della zappa - il processo di coltura non cambia in base al materiale della zappa, e la zappa avrà sempre lo stesso danno in combattimento. Come per tutti gli strumenti, il materiale usato , tuttavia, cambia solo la durabilità della zappa.

Fabbricazione[modifica | modifica wikitesto]

Ingredienti Ricetta di Fabbricazione
Ogni Assi o
Pietrisco o
Lingotto di ferro o
Lingotto d'oro o
Diamante +

Video[modifica | modifica wikitesto]


Imprese[modifica | modifica wikitesto]

Articolo principale: Imprese
Icona Impresa Descrizione in gioco Prerequisiti Requisiti attuali (se differenti) Restrizione di versione Punti Xbox guadagnati
Advancement-plain-raw.png Time to Farm! Use planks and sticks to make a hoe Benchmarking Pick up a Wooden Hoe from a Crafting Table. None 10G
MOAR Tools Construct one type of each tool (one pickaxe, one spade, one axe and one hoe). Benchmarking Xbox 15G

Storia[modifica | modifica wikitesto]

Java Edition Beta
1.2The glitch that placing a dirt block under any block, tilling the dirt, and planting a seed on it would cause the block above to disappear without yielding any blocks that could be used to destroy bedrock was fixed
1.6Before, using a hoe on grass blocks was the only way to collect seeds for planting. When tall grass was introduced, this feature was removed.

Curiosità[modifica | modifica wikitesto]

  • Tilling a dirt block which has a dirt block on top of it will change it to farmland even though it cannot be used. If a hoe is used on a block horizontally adjacent to such a block, the first block will revert to dirt and the selected block will not be tilled. The hoe will still take one point of damage from each use.
  • When you till a dirt block, the top layer is removed. But due to the way farmland is textured, it appears as if the block sinks into the ground. The texture for the sides is shifted down instead of the top pixels being removed.
  • Wooden hoes can be made from just one block of wood, because one block of wood equals four wooden planks, and two wooden planks equals four sticks, and using these you can craft a hoe.
  • When a hoe breaks it does not display the tool breaking animation like on other tools. This is likely because hoes are different from the other tools that use sticks in their recipes. If one of these tools, except the hoe are used, they deal more damage than just your fists, while a hoe does just the damage of your fists.
  • It is impractical to have a gold hoe, as it takes the same time to till with all hoes, but gold has only a few uses. It is also impractical to have a diamond hoe, as it would be a waste to use such a valuable resource. However, diamond hoes can be useful if the player has a very large wheat farm and the player buys them from villager blacksmiths using emeralds obtained from selling some of the wheat. The effectiveness of this method is questionable though, since villagers will remove trade options after 3-15 uses.
  • Since it can be used while moving, a hoe is a quick and easy method of temporarily marking your trail while moving through the overworld in low visibility areas such as heavy forests. Tilled tiles decay over time, so this isn't for permanent paths.
  • When used as a weapon, hoes do not take durability damage.