What spawn code do I need to use to spawn pine wood block in multiplayer? On some website I saw something like 17-1 (17 for the sapling, and 1 for pine since 1 is the type of a sapling).. But when I try spawning 17-1, i get the "There's no item with id 17-1" message. Oh and I tried googleing, but can't find the code anywhere.. Hints? Thank you.

(using up-to-date Minecraft 1.7)

  • Tried "17:1"? Colon is what's typically used. – badp Jul 3 '11 at 17:28
  • yes, I tried 17-1, 17:1, 17.1 and 17,1 and none worked.. :S – pootzko Jul 3 '11 at 17:30
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    please don't change the topic from wood to sapling again.. I want a wooden block, not a sapling. thank you. – pootzko Jul 3 '11 at 18:39
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    People were changing the title because you said "sapling" in the question. I've fixed it for you. – SevenSidedDie Jun 24 '13 at 23:24

Vanilla support for this has been added. The syntax is:

/give <playername> <data-value> [amount] [damage-value]

Note that if you specify a damage value, you must specify an amount.

So for this specific case, you would use:

/give <your-name> 6 <how-much-you-want> 1
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You can't spawn things with special data attached in the base game, such as pine saplings or colored wool.

You need a mod, like bukkit.

Then, the command would be /give BlueRaja 6:1 64

(image of saplings)

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  • I installed bukkit, and I still can't get neither 6:1 nor 17:1... that's strange.. I guess? – pootzko Jul 3 '11 at 18:45
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    @pootzko: you'll need to install essentials for bukkit - see here – user8949 Jul 4 '11 at 8:31


Ok, I've actually set up a server on my machine and tested this, it appears that with a vanilla Minecraft server the suffices for different types of sapling do not work, so you can only spawn 'plain' saplings.

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From the wiki it appears to be 6. Try 6:1.

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  • nope, I still get the same "There's no item with id x" message.. – pootzko Jul 3 '11 at 17:32
  • @pootzko You need a number, space, dash, space, number, for example /give bob 17 - 2. However this won't work with a quantity as well, it will only give 1 – user27708 Jun 17 '12 at 7:20
  • @Dan - well, I don't really need this any more at all since now one can simply use creative mode.. =) – pootzko Jun 17 '12 at 14:43

I've had this problem too but I got it to work.

/give [your name] 17 64 1

The Damage Value is the second part of the ID after the colon :

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