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Do you guy know the ID for those twos ?

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Can't find it in the data value JPEG on wiki minecraft ...

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If I were you, I'd start trying numbers starting where the JPEG leaves off. – John the Green Sep 25 '11 at 15:55
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The ID for both of them is 98 (decimal), same as the normal Stone Brick. Like different color wool blocks, their appearance is decided by their damage value (981 for the Mossy Stone Brick, 982 for Cracked Stone Brick).

The Minecraft wiki has an updated list of data values.

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I'm using that data sheet too. You can see that the damage value for the Stone Brick isn't there. They should add it like the others no ? – Warface Sep 25 '11 at 16:35
@Warface From the image, it's currently missing, yes. The table in that article lists all blocks that have extra data with a D, and if you click it, it'll tell you what that extra data does. Also, the articles for the blocks themselves (e.g., Cracked Stone Brick) list the ID correctly, with damage value. – a cat Sep 25 '11 at 16:40
There's also a glitch that lets you create these blocks out of stone brick stairs. See What's the difference between these stone brick blocks? – Joe Dovahkiin Sep 25 '11 at 17:06

Data Values

98:0 for the stone bricks, 98:1 for mossy and 98:2 for cracked, where the number after the colon is the 'damage' value. Other blocks that have different types such as leaves and half-blocks work this way too.

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Yeah but it's not shown as the others with their damage value :S They should add it – Warface Sep 25 '11 at 16:36

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