Minecraft Data ValuesThis list shows the Data Values in Minecraft.
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Data Values are used, e.g. when you are cheating with Cheat Engine. For a tutorial on different Cheat Engine hacks click here.
Block ID'sThese values apply to both inventory items and to blocks placed in the world.
|D||Requires additional data from the saved game's Data array to fully define the block.|
|I||Has a different ID as an inventory item.|
|B||Requires additional data in the item's Damage field to fully define the inventory item.|
|T||Requires a tile entity to store additional data.|
|Red||Cannot be legitimately obtained. Only available using the /give command or via inventory editors.|
|Light blue||Cannot be obtained ever.|
|Blue||Only available in Creative mode.|
|Purple||Available in Creative mode by block picking.|
|Teal||Can be obtained by trading with villagers or in Creative mode.|
|Green||Only available by having Enchanted tools or in Creative mode.|
|Yellow green||Only available by having Enchanted tools, but unobtainable in Creative mode.|
Item ID'sAll items have values above 255, making it easy to separate the Block ID's from the Item ID's. Entries marked with a D require additional data to fully define the item in a Beta world. The chainmail set is currently unobtainable without hacking or, in multiplayer, the /give server command. It is available in Creative mode, however.
Entity ID'sMinecraft 1.1 entity ID's.
Block ID's (Old Minecraft Classic)These values apply to blocks placed in the world in Minecraft Classic. Since versions since Minecraft Classic have drastically increased the number of blocks, and removed or re-used Block ID's, Minecraft Classic has its own list. Blocks with ID's in red cannot be legitimately obtained in the player's inventory in the game. They can only be obtained by hacking (such as the use of Game cheat codes, Cheat Engine etc.) or, in multiplayer using the /give server command.
Last update: v1.4.2
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