|Type of Block||Non-solid Block|
|Data Values||Hex: 00|
In the Indev versions, air affected fluid blocks that were horizontally adjacent to it. If air was touching the fluid block, there was a 2/3 chance the fluid block would disappear and make the pool recede and a 1/3 chance the fluid block fill the air, making the pool spread.
- Air is the #1 most common block in Minecraft, as it spreads everywhere, provided there are no other blocks.
- Air is programmed to fill any adjacent blocks that are not already full. Sometimes, there is a glitch where The Player takes suffocation damage when blocking water, or emptying the block of anything other than Air that s/he is standing in.
- Even though Air is nonexistent below Bedrock (the Void), the player does not suffocate. They are just unable to place blocks beneath Bedrock level.