Lucky Block is an old-fashioned themed Mod for the Vanilla Minecraft game that adds a random element to the game. The mod doesn’t have many features, but it does have a very fun concept: blocks can be combined in ways that you cannot with just normal mobs or entities. For example, you can combine a diamond pick with an iron head into one entity, which is called a “Dice Block”. This will cause a random number generator (RNG) to choose the correct block type and will add an extra challenge to mining.
You will find that each time you complete one of these “blocks”, the corresponding ore will drop from the inventory. The blocks are also generated randomly when you place furnaces, beds or chests in the game. This makes these types of blocks great additions to a survival game or a creative mode. If you are looking for an oregano challenge, Lucky Block can provide you with some good ones. I will tell you exactly where to find them and where they can be crafted to use them for recipes.
The two most common blocks that are used in Lucky Block recipes are redone and oregano. These can be combined to make up to three more blocks. Here is a breakdown of all the recipes you can use these blocks for, along with the requirements to make them.
To make the basic wooden platform, you will need two red stone pieces and a total of eight black ones. You will then need to craft two more blocks that are the same color as the first four. You will then drop these blocks onto the platform and then drop the black block between them. When you add more black bricks on top of the platform, you will create a makeshift staircase.
The second recipe requires a total of twenty-four oregano leaves and twelve redstone bricks. This requires that you put the blocks on a platform and then drop the blocks off at various intervals. To make it easier, it is best to place your redstone bricks at the bottom and then add a leaf at the top. If you are crafty, you can add the oregano leaves at the top so the entire thing becomes one single block.
For the final recipe, you will need twelve red stone pieces and forty-four lucky block pieces. Once you combine all of these together, you will be able to craft a moving walkway. If you are using keystone for this recipe, you should place all of these blocks on a flat surface, such as a table. If not, I recommend using a table on an angle.