Lapis Lazuli




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Update 0.4.0

Lapis Lazuli (aka Lapis) is a semi-precious resource that was added in Update 0.4.0.


Lapis Lazuli can be obtained by mining Lapis Lazuli Ore, found deep underground, with a Stone Pickaxe. After Update 1.0.4, Lapis can also be Traded for using Emeralds.


  • 9 Lapis Lazuli => 1 Lapis Lazuli Block
  • 1 Lapis Lazuli Block => 9 Lapis Lazuli
  • 1 Lapis Lazuli + 8 Hardened Clay => 8 Blue Terracotta
  • 1 Lapis Lazuli + 1 Wool => 1 Blue Wool
  • Lapis Lazuli + Cactus Green => 2 Cyan Dyes
  • Lapis Lazuli + Bone Meal => 2 Light Blue Dyes
  • Lapis Lazuli + Rose Red + Pink Dye => 3 Magenta Dyes
  • Lapis Lazuli + Bone Meal + 2 Rose Red => 4 Magenta Dyes
  • Lapis Lazuli + Rose Red => 2 Purple Dyes


Lapis Lazuli cannot be used for Tool making. Instead, it can be turned into Blocks for building, used as a Dye, or used to Enchant (which was added in Update 0.12.1 and requires 1-3 Lapis Lazuli). They are arguably one of the most unique minerals in Minecraft Pocket Edition.


  • Lapis Lazuli Ore is roughly as rare as Diamond Ore in Old Worlds.
  • Lapis Lazuli is the only mineral which can be used as a dye.
  • Lapis Lazuli can be found in a Minecart with Chest in Abandoned Mineshafts.
  • When used in enchanting, 1-3 Lapis Lazuli and Experience are required for enchantments.
    • The number of Lapis used depends on the tier of the enchantment made. Tier 1 uses 1 Lapis Lazuli and so on.

Coal | Iron | Gold | Lapis Lazuli | Nether Quartz | Emerald | Redstone | Diamond

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