|First Appearance||~Beta 1.5- (hacked) |
Beta [Pre] 1.8- (Legit)
|Type of Block||Non-Solid|
|Data Values||Hex: 1E|
Moving into a cobweb limits the user movement abilities. When they are "inside" the cobweb, players will move at a speed equal to about 15% of the normal walking speed. Additionally, jumping will vibrate the player, akin to jumping in a two block high space. Dropping an item into it will make the item stick and gradually sink through it. Unlike water, however, falling into a cobweb will not prevent fall damage, although it will be delayed until one makes contact with the ground.
- Jumping from as little as one block above a cobweb, onto it, will induce half of a heart in fall damage.
- When falling into a cobweb, if a player gets into a Minecart or Boat before hitting the ground, they will not take the fall damage until they exit the cart/boat.
- Cobwebs can be placed on any block, including transparent blocks or even other cobwebs.
- Signs and paintings can be placed on cobwebs.
- Ghasts will not see players in or behind cobwebs.
- Destroying a cobweb makes "stone" sounds, oddly.
- Spiders, as they are spiders, will move right through a web block without being slowed down.
- Whilst traveling down through a cobweb and attacking, it counts towards critical hits the same as jumping while attacking would - even if the player did not jump into the cobweb.
- If you place Soul Sand under a cobweb, you will move 10% slower, which is slower than the average crouching speed.
- Swords break cobwebs faster and give you string.
- Cobwebs can be good for special effects and decor. Cobwebs are good for smoke from chimneys, and can create quicksand.