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This is a very easy-to-create structure which helps automatically put out Fires in the vicinity, without constant flooding.
All that is required are 6 blocks of Wool and a Bucket filled with Water. First, make a 3x3x3 cube with the wool, but leave the middle hollow. Then, fill the center block of the cube with water (as depicted in the tables below).
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How it works
If fire ever comes into contact with any part of the wool cube, the water will be released, dousing some or all of the fire.
Players who place these around their structures should place at least one near valuable, flammable blocks. Keep in mind that that the water will only spread eight blocks from where this structure is built, and it will flow into any holes in the floor within that radius, stopping it from spreading further. Also, be careful to place these structures close enough to the valuable blocks, that they will cover the area in water before the fire destroys them.