The Big Darsser Door is a wooden multiblock door design. One door is 3 blocks wide and 3 blocks high.
The Big Darsser Door true name would be Big Darßer Door, but there is just one language, that use the “ß” [ɛsˈtsɛt] or sharp S. This door is an homage to a small half-island in the southern Baltic Sea with a beautiful, colorful and unique architecture for fisherman- and farmhouses. Those doors can be found in small cottages with thatched roofs, roses and common hollyhock in the front, and apple trees and Baltic pines in the back. Those doors are not an entity and have no opening animation. Like default doors, this door don’t block light.
|Catches fire from lava||No|
|Can opened by||Hand/Redstone|
|Can villager open||No|
First, you need to cut two oak panels. Next, you combine the wooden panels and one clear glass in the crafting table to two Oak Glass Doors. Last, you craft one Oak Glass Doors with four green dye and four clear glass panes into one Big Darsser Door in the crafting table.
Independent of the block state, the door cannot be opened by villagers.
The Big Darsser Door can only be placed on full solid blocks and need as many blocks to the back, as to the side. Place this door like you would place a default door in Minecraft. More information to door placement: https://minecraft.fandom.com/wiki/Door#Placement
Opening and Redstone component
By default, the Big Darsser Door can be opened by hand or Redstone.
If the door is in the block state “Redstone only” or “both“, it can be opened with Redstone by placing a block next to one of the door blocks and placing it under Redstone.
The door can be opened by hand, if it is in the block state “hand only” or “both“. If a door is in the block state “nothing“, it cannot be opened. The settings can be changed with the ManyIdeas core item “Redstone key”.
More information to doors and Redstone: https://minecraft.fandom.com/wiki/Door#Redstone_component
|1.0.0||Added Big Darsser Door|
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