Firework stars are only obtainable through crafting, but can also be found in the creative inventory.
- Firework Stars look very similar to gunpowder, but they have a different shape.
- Firework Stars also have the appearance of a more circular clay clump, but with gunpowder`s color.
- The color or colors₠of the dye or dyes₠used in creating a Firework Star changes the color of the colored bits on the inventory sprite of the Firework Star.
|Renewable A renewable resource (as opposed to a non-renewable, or finite, resource) is a resource that can be recreated indefinitely in survival without exploiting glitches or using commands. While running out of resources isn t likely to|| |
Trail Effect: No
|First appearances|| |
|Data value|| |
dec:402 hex:192 bin:110010010
|Name See values from the latest PCPersonal Computer version of Minecraft. For values from Classic, see Data values/Classic. For values from Indev, see Data values/Indev. For values from the Pocket Edition, see Pocket Edition|| |
Firework stars are items See items as they are in the inventory. For the entity that items and blocks turn into when dropped, see Item (entity). For the items that mobs leave behind on death, see used to determine the color, effect and shape of firework rockets Firework Rocket Type Manufactured items Durability 0 (one use) Renewable Yes Stackable Yes (64) Internal ID 22 Network ID 76 Entity ID fireworks_rocket First appearances See History Data value dec: 401 hex: 191 bin: 110010001 Name fireworks Firework .
- Going by descriptions, there are 29 quintillion (2.9*1019) unique firework stars (plus 1 if you count the blank one in creative mode) and 19 quadragintillion (1.9*10136) unique firework rockets (plus 3 if you count ones made with blank stars), but going by their visual effects, there are only 2.1 trillion (2.1*1012) distinct firework stars and 39 sesvigintillion (3.9*1082) distinct firework rockets.
The only usage of firework stars is to create fireworks.
|Name See values from the latest PC version of Minecraft. For values from Classic, see Data values/Classic. For values from Indev, see Data values/Indev. For values from the Pocket Edition, see Pocket Edition||Ingredients||Crafting Crafting is the method by which many blocks, tools, and materials are made in Minecraft. In order to craft something, players must move items from their inventory to a crafting grid. A 2×2 crafting grid recipe||Description|
|Firework Rocket||Any Firework Star+ |
|Adding more gunpowder increases the duration of the rocket. Up to three gunpowder can be used. Up to five firework stars can also be used with three gunpowder. Up to seven firework stars can be used by using firework stars instead of additional gunpowder. All firework stars will go off simultaneously when the rocket detonates. |
On console, only 1 rocket is produced per recipe.
A firework can only have one shape effect for each firework star used in the recipe.
|0||None||Small ball explosion (default)|
|Large Ball explosion|
|Creeper-Shaped (Creeper Face explosion)|
In addition to the shape effects, you may add either or both of these additional effects.
|Twinkle (Crackle effect after the explosion)|
|Trail effect after the explosion|
|1.4.6||12w49a||Added firework stars.|
|TU19||CU7||1.12||Patch 1||Added firework stars.|
|TU46||CU36||1.38||Patch 15||Updated crafting interface to allow crafting Firework Stars and Fireworks.|
When crafting a Firework Star adding one of these items to the crafting recipe adds a unique effect.
- Gold Nugget = Star Shape
- Diamond = Trail
- Glowstone Dust = Twinkle
- Fire Charge = Big Ball
- Feathers = Burst
- Any mob head = Creeper Face
If the player does not add any of the items listed above, then their firework star will have a small ball effect. The trail and twinkle effects are compatible with the other effects.