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Fence Gate
Fence Gate
First Appearance Beta 1.8
Type of Block Solid Block
Tool Used Axe Graphic
Data Values Hex: 6B
Dec:
107
Stackable? Yes:64
Obeys Physics?
No
Luminosity
No
Transparency
Yes
Fence Gates are an interactive block, similar to a door, that were first implemented in the Adventure Update (Beta 1.8) and were also implemented into Minecraft XBLA. Fence gates enable easy access to fenced-in areas without climbing over blocks or ladders to gain access. They can only be opened by right-clicking the gate and will always open away from the player.

Counterpart

Like fences, fence gates count as one and a half blocks tall for player and mob collisions, and one block tall for all other purposes. This means that when closed, the player cannot jump over a fence gate.

Bugs

  • Fences have had their hitboxes made smaller, allowing players to move remarkably closer to the gate itself.

Fence gates are constructed by using three 2-high columns of sticks, planks, and then sticks again.

Crafting

BlockCSS
Fence Gate
None None None
ItemCSS
Stick
BlockCSS
Wood Planks
ItemCSS
Stick
ItemCSS
Stick
BlockCSS
Wood Planks
ItemCSS
Stick


Trivia

  • When used with a Cobblestone Wall, fence gates will not be connected, but will still keep mobs from moving past it.
  • Fence gates require a block below them to be placed, much like pumpkins.
  • Fence gates will still work with, and be connected to, Nether Brick fences.

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