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guys STOP arguing
over minecraft wood.
theyre all unique in
their own way.
oak is COZY
birch is UPLIFTING
spruce is RUSTIC
jungle is INTERESTING
acacia
dark oak is BEAUTIFUL
ACACIA IS FUCKING ORAGNE
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    • Fuck you mean acacia is my favorite
      iron_ore 27 jun
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    • You gotta use acacia in a certant way, you can’t just make a house out of it and expect it to look good without using other woods
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    • Acacia wood (six-sided bark) can be used for weathered or faded wood, like driftwood for example.
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    • Tumblr users just don't like anything orange ever since the year that shall mot be named
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    • True builders know how and when to use them all
      AMacik 28 jun
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    • Oak walls, birch floors, spruce log accents, dark oak roof is the supreme combination
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    • Warped is cool, fuck Crimson
      epic_wind 27 jun
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    • Perfect
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    • Dark oak with stone brick makes the best castles
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    • Ppl who can use Acacia to make a house pop with color, with other blocks aswell are gods amongst other Minecrafters
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    • “Wood is wood.” - Mr Incredible
      matman34 28 jun
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    • Acacia bark is one of the best gray blocks in the game
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    • My favourite is spruce because it’s really versatile, I love the log colour, and the trapdoors are awesome for detailing. The only thing I don’t like about it is it’s stripped logs. The have a bit of a greenish colour to them and it just doesn’t look good to me. Dark oak is my second favourite 1/3
      Smoge 28 jun
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    • How about the new warped and crimson wood variants?
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    • Spruce wood for the win
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    • Acacia is better than jungle
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    • Ok listen, I understand y’all don’t like acacia planks or whatever, I personally don’t have anything against it but it’s okay. Acacia LOGS though, god damn they’re beautiful
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    • Birch wood more like bitch wood
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    • Oragne
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    • Everyone’s arguing over which looks better, I just use whatever s available in my biome. My stuff is entirely acacia, solely because my house is in a small acacia patch (with a river and a cave) in the middle of an endless desert and there are no other forests for miles.
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    • Acacia is one of the bests
      Erm2001 27 jun
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    • Acacia doors have tactical and strategic advantage.
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    • Fuck birch
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    • acacia gang
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    • UpLifTInG shut up birch is dumb
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    • Acacia logs has its place
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    • Birch and dark oak are my favorites
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    • Acacia logs are great. It’s just another shade of gray
      amokev 28 jun
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    • Birch is only good for floors
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    • Oragne
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    • Jungle is worst imo
      DoverBend 28 jun
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    • Acacia is good and you cannot convince me otherwise.
      Swifft 28 jun
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    • Acacia logs are top true logs, and jungle (when used correctly) can be a great block
      Quackers0 28 jun
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    • Spruce is best wood
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    • Acacia is aesthetically pleasing, especially with the red nether bricks for contrast, not that cumblr would be good at interior design let alone anything else
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    • My personal favorite is now the blue wood cuz its ***blue***
      Bearsona 28 jun
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    • It ain't ORAGNE, ITS ORANGE
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    • Crimson and warped mix pretty damn well
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    • Oak is normal, birch is beachy and minimalistic, spruce is medieval or cold, jungle is tribal and tropical, acacia is industrial or primitive, and dark oak is modern and spooky.
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    • Acacia logs with a stone build is the way to go
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    • Only use oak fuck everything else
      DietDrBob 27 jun
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    • Acacia logs are great compliments to stone and acacia planks work great in the savanna. Every plank works well in its home biome, it’s just some, like acacia and jungle, don’t work well outside of their biomes
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    • Bitch is good for flooring in a dark oak or spruce house. Oak is good for rafters, and acacia is actually good for decor or for making a deck because of the orange color.
      dovahdrog 27 jun
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    • Dark oak gang wya?
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    • Birch is so white even I feel like a cracker lives in there.
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    • Actually, acacia is pretty neat. Fuck jungle wood. The only use for jungle logs is growing cocoa beans.
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    • Fuck birch forests, worst biome in the game by far, id rather live the rest of my life in an acacia biome than ever even look at that grotesque monstrosity that is the birch forest
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    • We need a grayscale wood, idc the shade as long as it's not too light
      Kobro 29 jun
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    • Birch is also bad, in my opinion at least
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    • Y’all really sleepin on stripped acacia logs
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    • It reminds me of carrot juice
      T0AsTyy 28 jun
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    • Acacia works excellently for Japanese styles structures stfu
      TimeCard 28 jun
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    • It takes a good builder to properly use acacia but when they do it’s incredible
      croplord 28 jun
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    • Acacia logs are great though
      Crested_ 28 jun
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    • Acacia bark is great
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    • Ngl birch biome is sick
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    • Acacia is good for boats at least
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    • Acacia is good for a desert home
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    • I saw someone build acacia buttons on a stone brick build and almost died
      Football 29 jun
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    • Acacia fits really well in mesa
      CoId 29 jun
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    • Acacia is never good alone, but can really bring out some color and creativity when mixed with others
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    • Birch. Suck.
      ImAnEgg 29 jun
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    • Acacia is AUSTRALIA
      BrookIyn 28 jun
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    • Oragne
      _Tae 28 jun
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    • Orange wood bad.
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    • Collecting dark oak.
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    • Birch, acacia, and spruce all look great stripped, too
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    • I’m currently working on a desert palace and it’s the first time I’m using acacia as my main Wood, the majority of the build is sandstone with light blue terra-cotta accents so acacia goes pretty well
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    • Heres my list of favorite woods in order from favorite to least favorite: Dark oak, warped, birch, acacia, crimson, oak, jungle, spruce
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    • Acacia Strain
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    • What the fuck do I do with shroomlights?
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    • My friend always uses the oragne wood and I hate it
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    • I didn't like acacia with the old textures cause it was too vibrant to fit with other stuff I used, but with the new textures it's more shaded and a little darker so it's not bad now ngl.
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    • Ok but it all depends on the biomes. I’d use acacia, jungle, and birch in a desert but I’d never use acacia in a plains or forest biome
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    • I always make my house out of acacia I feel so attacked lol
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    • The nether wood is actually cool. I can’t wait to include them in my house someway.
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    • Dark oak is nice looking, pairs with whites for a fantastic European look. And it is very effiecent to collect. Also if you clear an area of dark oak you will have a Great Plains area with mushroom trees all around for a great place to build your base with ur unlimited stock of wood. Dark oaks best
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    • Fuck birch. All my niggas hate birch
      SlugLord 1 jul
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    • #FuckBirch
      eli_j 1 jul
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    • Acacia matches with cobble stone itself and other types of smooth and chiseled stones
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    • Dark oak makes the best doors, oak is nostalgic, orange is my favorite color, so I like acacia, and the wood I use always depends on where I spawn
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    • spruce gay
      Dr_Donk 1 jul
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    • Acacia is the best.
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    • Acacia fugly
      Urbanxx 30 jun
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    • I tried to play recently and now all the planks are specific and there’s 14 million different types of stone that fill up your inventory. Also I found these grey villagers. Anyone else miss the simpler times
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    • acacia looks really good with gets, whether that be acacia logs or stone
      Disco 30 jun
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    • Spruce is my favorite because it works so well to color contrast and also as mentioned works well in rustic and medieval builds which is kinda my forte
      dankboi19 30 jun
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    • I like birch
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    • How the FUCK am I supposed to use the pink wood in a way that looks good
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    • okay but dark oak is fucking cozy and majestic. i love making houses in a dark oak forest because that shit is tranquil as fuck
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    • Orenge where the Dashie fans at??
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    • Birch wood kinda looks like sand tiles when you turn it into a house
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    • Acacia and birch can suck my dick
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    • I’m the only person to exist that thinks acacia looks good, before you attack, just know that it might be because in my first fully successful world with things I’m very proud of, including beating the ender dragon, my house is made of acacia, I was so happy with the world
      tybreelo 29 jun
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    • Dark oak plus mossy cobble stone makes for the best small cottage.
      Alpha_Zed 29 jun
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    • Oragne
      MoistRat 29 jun
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    • Acacia is Australia
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    • Birch and oak are like the only accurate woods in the game. I demand a tree update with accurate textures and a new carpenter villager that buys and sells rare woods and has a saw workblock similar to a stonecutter for cutting stairs efficiently.
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    • WHY ARE YOU SCREAMING???
      Arousal 28 jun
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