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{{Item|Martian Soil||Mars is dirty.}}
 
{{Item|Martian Soil||Mars is dirty.}}
'''Martian Soil''' is an unsplicable block which can found naturally generated in [[Mars Blast|Mars-blasted worlds.]]
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'''Martian Soil''' is an unsplicable solid connecting foreground block. One can be found naturally generated in [[Mars Blast|Mars-blasted worlds]].
== Trivia ==
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* This Block is a retextured version of [[Dirt]].
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==Trivia==
* Placing 2 Martian Soils next to each other will cause them to connect, thus creating a continuous pattern.
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*The sprite of Martian Soil is a recolor of [[Dirt]]'s.
[[Category:Items]]
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*Placing Martian Soils above, below, or next to one another will cause them to connect, thus creating a continuous pattern.
 
[[Category:Blocks]]
 
[[Category:Blocks]]
[[Category:Unsplicable]]
 
[[Category:Natural Tiles]]
 
 
[[Category:Connecting Items]]
 
[[Category:Connecting Items]]
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[[Category:Foreground Blocks]]
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[[Category:Items]]
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[[Category:Natural Tiles]]
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[[Category:Solid Blocks]]
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[[Category:Unsplicable]]

Revision as of 11:03, January 18, 2019

ItemSprites.png Martian Soil (Rarity: 1)

Martian Soil
Properties
None
Data
TypeItemSprites.png Block - Foreground
ChiUnknown
Texture TypeTextureTypeSprite.png 8 Directional
Collision TypeCollisionTypeSprite.png Full Collision
HardnessItemSprites.png 3 Hits
ItemSprites.png 3 Hits
Restores after 8s of inactivity.
Seed ColorSeedSprites.png
#B30D00
#5E0000
Grow TimeTreeSprites.png 31s
Default Gems DropItemSprites.png 0 - 1
Paint Preview
ItemSprites.pngNone
ItemSprites.pngItemSprites.png Red
ItemSprites.pngItemSprites.png Yellow
ItemSprites.pngItemSprites.png Green
ItemSprites.pngItemSprites.png Aqua
ItemSprites.pngItemSprites.png Blue
ItemSprites.pngItemSprites.png Purple
ItemSprites.pngItemSprites.png Charcoal

Martian Soil is an unsplicable solid connecting foreground block. One can be found naturally generated in Mars-blasted worlds.

Trivia

  • The sprite of Martian Soil is a recolor of Dirt's.
  • Placing Martian Soils above, below, or next to one another will cause them to connect, thus creating a continuous pattern.
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