All types of slabs
The different variants of Slabs and the respective versions they were added in:
- Update 0.1.0 – Wood (Oak)
- Update 0.3.2 – Stone, Brick, Cobblestone
- Update 0.6.0 – Sandstone, Stone Bricks
- Update 0.7.3 – Nether Quartz
- Update 0.8.0 – Birch, Spruce, Jungle
- Update 0.9.0 – Acacia, Dark Oak
- Update 0.14.0 – Red Sandstone
- Update 1.0 – Purpur
- Update 1.3 - Prismarine, Dark Prismarine, Prismarine Bricks
In addition to being Crafted;
- Stone Slabs can be found in Village blacksmiths and butchers.
- Sandstone Slabs can be found in Desert Villages, Desert Temples, and Desert Wells.
- Spruce Slabs act as tabletops in the interior of Igloos.
- 2 Quartz Slabs => 1 Chiseled Quartz
- 2 Sandstone Slabs => 1 Chiseled Sandstone
- 2 Red Sandstone Slabs => 1 Chiseled Red Sandstone
- 2 Stone Brick Slabs => Chiseled Stone Bricks
- 2 Purpur Slabs => 1 Purpur Pillar
- 3 Glass + 3 Nether Quartz + 3 Wooden Slabs => 1 Daylight Sensor
- 6 Sticks + 1 Stone Slab => 1 Armor Stand
All Slabs can mainly be used for decoration. They can also be used as Crafting ingredients; most Slabs can be used to Craft their Chiseled forms of their respective Block type. Also, all Wooden Slabs can be used to Craft Daylight Sensors.
- Before Update 0.13.0, the Stonecutter was used to craft the Stone variants.
- Mobs cannot spawn on slabs.
- Slabs are also called Half Slabs or Half Blocks.
- Slabs are a little smaller than End Portal Frames.
- The Nether Brick Slab's texture was brightened after Update 0.14.2.
- Stone Slabs are found naturally on Blacksmith roofs, and the counters in Butcher shops in Villages.
- If a block is placed on top of a Slab, it will appear to be floating.
- Placing Slabs under Water will create an Airlock.
- As of Update 0.11.0, the Player can use Andesite, Diorite, or Granite to make Stone Slabs.
- Before Update 0.14.0, if a Creeper exploded on a slab, it would destroy nothing but the slab.
- Light can pass through slabs, meaning if the Player puts Torches or Glowstone underneath, there will still be light.
- Two different slabs will not stack; for instance, a Stone Slab cannot be placed directly on a Cobblestone Slab, and when placed the Stone Slab will appear to be floating.
- Putting slabs over ice, or packed ice will have no affact and the player will still slip.
- Bug: There is a bug that causes mobs to spin in circles when they walk over a slab.
- When two slabs of the same type are placed on top of each other, they will form a full block of whatever the slab is made out of.
- However, when broken, it will not drop the block.