Silk Touch ice?

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User Info: Mcrakin85

Mcrakin85
4 years ago#1
Im assuming we dont have silk touch in the 360 game is there any other way to harvest ice?
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User Info: baconslappy

baconslappy
4 years ago#2
NO.
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User Info: PrinceMikeVG

PrinceMikeVG
4 years ago#3
Not everyone's a jerk but the the answer is no there's no way currently

User Info: guitarman169420

guitarman169420
4 years ago#4
There is no way currently, but you can build with ice by making a mold and freezing water in a snow biome. It took awhile to get the blocks to freeze but it does work.
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User Info: sshadow5002

sshadow5002
4 years ago#5
guitarman169420 posted...
There is no way currently, but you can build with ice by making a mold and freezing water in a snow biome. It took awhile to get the blocks to freeze but it does work.


I may try this, what could I use Iceblocks for? I assume making a house out of it would be a bad idea, torches would melt it.
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User Info: SCREAMINGBEATSS

SCREAMINGBEATSS
4 years ago#6
sshadow5002 posted...
guitarman169420 posted...
There is no way currently, but you can build with ice by making a mold and freezing water in a snow biome. It took awhile to get the blocks to freeze but it does work.


I may try this, what could I use Iceblocks for? I assume making a house out of it would be a bad idea, torches would melt it.


But glowstone wont
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User Info: sshadow5002

sshadow5002
4 years ago#7
SCREAMINGBEATSS posted...
sshadow5002 posted...
guitarman169420 posted...
There is no way currently, but you can build with ice by making a mold and freezing water in a snow biome. It took awhile to get the blocks to freeze but it does work.


I may try this, what could I use Iceblocks for? I assume making a house out of it would be a bad idea, torches would melt it.


But glowstone wont


Doesn't it? huh
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User Info: TBD2009

TBD2009
4 years ago#8
...uh, last I checked, Glowstone (and all other light sources) melt Ice Blocks... which is a big deal, for me at least, since I've had to construct a waterfall down off of a Sky Island I made, where ~without~ those Glowstone blocks, my water sources freeze, and people fall to their deaths.

So... yeah... Glowstones melt Ice Blocks. The only "snow" that doesn't melt, are Snow Blocks, made from compacting Snow Balls into a Block.

User Info: Marbiaach

Marbiaach
4 years ago#9
SCREAMINGBEATSS posted...
sshadow5002 posted...
guitarman169420 posted...
There is no way currently, but you can build with ice by making a mold and freezing water in a snow biome. It took awhile to get the blocks to freeze but it does work.


I may try this, what could I use Iceblocks for? I assume making a house out of it would be a bad idea, torches would melt it.


But glowstone wont


Er, glowstone emits a light level HIGHER than a torch, so it will melt ice.
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User Info: DonKron

DonKron
4 years ago#10
Redstone torches don't melt Ice and they give off low level light.

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