In the world of Minecraft, players can experience a variety of blocks with different uses, colors, and textures. Some are for utility, like making tables or chests, while others are for buildings and decorating like concrete or bricks.
In Minecraft, each block takes a certain amount of time to mine. Depending on the tool used, the enchantments and the effects, the mining time of a block can range from a few milliseconds to a few minutes.
This article delves into some of the weakest blocks players can find in Minecraft. The list is based on how long the block was mined and mostly includes blocks that can be mined instantly.
These are some of the weakest in Minecraft
5) Foam block
Minecraft 1.17 Caves and Cliffs Part 1 update didn’t add cave biomes, but the developers made sure to give players new blocks to use. Foam blocks were added in update 1.17.
Foam Blocks can be found in Shipwreck Chests. Players can extract the foam block in just 0.1 milliseconds.
Another of the more recent additions to Minecraft is Azalea. In version 1.17, players can get Azalea by using bone meal on moss blocks. In the upcoming update 1.18, players will discover that azalea naturally spawns in lush caves.
Azalea can be extracted instantly without any tools. Using azalea, players can grow azalea trees and get beautiful flowering azalea leaves.
TNT can be one of the most dangerous blocks if it is not handled with care. In its block state, TNT can be extracted instantly with or without tools. However, once activated, players cannot break TNT using any tool.
Players won’t find naturally-generating TNT elsewhere in Minecraft, except for Desert Pyramids and Woodland Mansions.
Scaffolding is one of the blocks most used by Minecraft builders. By using scaffolding, players can reach heights inaccessible during construction. Climbing imposing can sometimes be slow and inefficient.
With the help of scaffolding, players can easily climb, and after doing the work, they can break all scaffolding with a simple tap.
1) Slime blocks
Slime blocks are one of the favorite blocks of all Redstone engineers. Slime blocks can stick to almost any block in Minecraft. By pushing the slime blocks, players can also move the blocks attached to the slime.
Along with many other Redstone blocks, slime blocks are instantly mineable so players can focus on building Redstone gear rather than spending time mining them.
Disclaimer: This list is subjective and reflects the opinion of the author of the article only.