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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<minecraft>
	<stats>
		<version>0.1</version>
	</stats>

	<items>
		<materials>
			<name>Stone</name>
			<image>Stone.png</name>
			<code>dec: 01, hex: 1</code>
			<description>Stone, also known as Smooth Stone, is a block found in abundance in the Overworld. It uses the same texture on all six sides of the block. When mined, stone produces cobblestone.

Stone is an often-used building material in the construction of buildings, paths and many other things.

After air, stone is the second most common block found in a normal map.</description>
			<properties>Stone, also known as Smooth Stone, is a block found in abundance in the Overworld. It uses the same texture on all six sides of the block. When mined, stone produces cobblestone.

Stone is an often-used building material in the construction of buildings, paths and many other things.

After air, stone is the second most common block found in a normal map.</properties>
			<link>http://www.minecraftwiki.net/wiki/Stone</link>
		</materials>
		<materials>
			<name>Dirt</name>
			<image>http://media-mcw.cursecdn.com/2/2f/Dirt.png</name>
			<code>dec: 03, hex: 3</code>
			<description>Dirt is a block found abundantly in the Overworld. It uses the same texture on all six sides of the block. This is a block often used when making a temporary shelter quickly, since it is commonly found. Dirt makes up the majority of the top layers of blocks, between grass, snow, and stone. It is also found underground in clumps in all altitudes and in the bottom of lakes and oceans. It is a very weak block and is easily destroyed in explosions from TNT or Creepers, making dirt shelters a fallback option at best.

When a dirt block is adjacent to a grass block and is exposed to a light level of at least 4 (e.g. from torches or sunlight), it will eventually be converted into a grass block; when this happens is random and unpredictable (see grass for growth details). Dirt can also have mycelium spread on to the block in much the same way, but requiring a light level of at least 9.

Dirt will always drop a resource block, regardless of how it was mined. It may be mined by hand fairly quickly, but using a shovel will significantly speed up the process.

Using a hoe on a placed block of dirt will turn it into a farmland block, enabling seeds to be planted on it. Farmland will revert to dirt unless something is planted on it or it is irrigated by nearby water.</description>
			<link>http://www.minecraftwiki.net/wiki/Dirt</link>
		</materials>


		<food>
		</food>

		<potions>
		</potions>

		<tools>
		</tools>

		<info-items>
		</info-items>

		<weapons>
			<name>Sword</name>
			<image>Sword.png</name>
			<description>One stick and two whatever.</description>
		</weapons>

		<armor>
		</armor>

		<vehicles>
		</vehicles>

		<utility>
		</utility>

		<decorations>
		</decorations>

	</items>

</minecraft>