we can still call it bloodstone regardless of it is bloody or not
I mean in the real world we have blood oranges they look bloody but they dont have any blood so why cant these red mossy blocks be called bloodstone?..
i just wanted to say that i find it completely unreasonable that people are calling a block with 'faces' on it that slows you down 'soulstone'. i mean, common, what sort of block has real faces on it? none that's what. it's mud. not 'soulstone'. stop calling it that. also it's not technically lava if it's underground. underground it's called magma. get it right people. i won't have imagination and creativity in my sandbox game! completely unreasonable...
Its a game about punching trees until they brake apart while the upper part remains floating in the air.
Where the play can carry an entire mountain worth of rock. And you beat up stuff like zombies and skeletons.
And yet you find it absurd that we call blood red stones. Blood stone. Or stones with faces on them soul stones.
While such bizarre naming systems are pretty common in real life.
sorry if it didn't read well. i was being sarcastic :smile.gif:
one of the reasons hell is so dark despite these large chuncks of light emitting blocks everywhere is that they're spaced out far enough and the hellstone/bloodstone texture is dark so it seems darker than it is.