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Landscape Feature Complete range

The range in which the block can be found in the map used for the graph.</ref>

Commonly found between Ideal layer

The layer where getting that resource is easiest. We consider the amount of lava/water lakes, the amount of caves, the altitude (and whether it is at the surface), and the amount of gravel/sand.

Implement needed to obtain
Coal ore Layers 0-114 Layers 5-66 Layer 48 Pickaxe
Gravel Layers 1-115 Layers 5-56 Layer 48 None
Dirt (including Grass and Mycelium) Layers 0-126 Layers 5-80 Layer 61 None
Sand Layers 2-112 Layers 43-63 Layer 61 None
Water Layers 1-111 Layers 48-62 Layer 62 Bucket
Iron ore Layers 0-63 Layers 2-58 Layer 42 Stone or better pickaxe
Gold Ore Layers 0-31 Layers 4-29 Layer 28 Iron or better pickaxe
Lapis Lazuli ore Layers 0-30 Layers 11-17 Layer 14 Stone or better pickaxe
Lava Layers 0-85 Layers 4-10 Layer 10 Bucket
Obsidian Layers 2-62 Layer 10 Layer 10 Diamond pickaxe
Emerald Ore Layers 4-32 Layers 4-29 Layer 20 Iron or better pickaxe
Diamond Ore Layers 0-15 Layers 4-13 Layer 13 Iron or better pickaxe
Redstone Ore

Redstone has the same layer and line-size statistics as Diamond, but is generated 8 times per chunk as opposed to 1.

Layers 0-15 Layers 4-13 Layer 12 Iron or better pickaxe
Bedrock Layers 0-4 Layers 0-2 Layer 1 Only breakable in Creative Mode