>Here are some uses and things about the honey block that you might know about in Minecraft. In this video we will uncover all the secrets and tricks of the newly added (in snapshot 19w41a) block, what it can be used for and what it means for redstone contraptions.
Examples of the Minecraft tips provided in this video:
Honey blocks slow down entities walking on top of them and prevent them from jumping. Players, who can ordinarily jump about 1 1⁄4 blocks high, can only jump about 3⁄16 blocks high on honey. They can more easily step up onto other blocks than jump up onto them.
Entities touching the side of a honey block fall at a slower speed and do not take fall damage, similar to going down a ladder.
When pushed by a piston, entities on its top surface and adjacent blocks move with it. Mobs are not launched high in the air if a piston pushes them up, unlike the slime block’s behavior.
As with hay bales, falling onto a honey block reduces the fall damage by 80%, i.e. the player or mob takes 20% of the normal fall damage.
Mobs avoid walking on honey blocks.
Unlike the slime block, the honey block does not carry a redstone signal.
I run ads on my videos, but they are not enough to even cover the cost of the electricity to produce videos 🙁 Please consider supporting me via Patreon. Even $1 helps. Thanks!
Website – https://www.nicemarkmc.com
Twitter – https://www.twitter.com/NiceMarkMC
Patreon – https://www.patreon.com/NiceMarkMC
Minecraft Top Compilations Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLIRR9clro4hRjpNnI46YvEon4oeWbJRV4
PC Build + Software that I use – https://nicemarkmc.com/gaming-video-equipment-2016/
Music: Kevin MacLeod – https://incompetech.com
If you like my Minecraft videos, don’t forget to subscribe for more! 😀 – https://www.youtube.com/user/NiceMarkMC?sub_confirmation=1