What blocks does honey not stick to?

Answered by Stephen Mosley

Well, let me tell you, honey blocks are quite sticky, but there are a few things that they just won’t stick to. One thing to note is that honey blocks do stick to most building blocks, which can be handy for creating sticky contraptions or platforms. However, there are a couple of exceptions to this stickiness.

Firstly, honey blocks do not stick to terracotta blocks. I remember one time when I was building a honey-themed structure in Minecraft, and I wanted to incorporate some terracotta blocks into the design. To my surprise, the honey blocks simply slid off the terracotta as if they were repelled by it. It was quite frustrating at the time, but I soon realized that it was just one of the quirks of honey blocks.

Secondly, honey blocks also do not stick to slime blocks. Now, this might seem a bit counterintuitive since both honey and slime are sticky substances. However, it appears that in the Minecraft world, honey and slime have some sort of mutual aversion. I guess it’s like when you try to stick two magnets together with the same poles facing each other – they just repel each other.

Apart from these two exceptions, honey blocks will stick to pretty much anything else, including items, players, and mobs. This can be quite useful for creating traps or transportation systems. I remember once setting up a honey block pathway in a multiplayer server. It was hilarious watching other players get stuck as they tried to navigate through the sticky mess. Of course, I made sure to give them a hand and show them the way out, but it was all in good fun.

So, to sum it up, honey blocks in Minecraft are incredibly sticky and will stick to most things, including building blocks, items, players, and mobs. However, they won’t stick to terracotta blocks or slime blocks. It’s always interesting to discover these little nuances and limitations within the game, as it adds depth and complexity to the gameplay.