How to make a mineable rock (Please Reply With more ideas) [WIP]

Have you ever wondered how to mine in gimkit?
Well, then this guide is 4 u!

So here we go:
These steps are very short.

  1. Place a rock. copy it, do not move your mouse and scale it up so that a little part is showing:
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    Tint it whatever color your mineral is. Guide at the bottom :point_down:

  2. Place an item granter. Wire (or channel) it to the larger rock.
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  3. Go into the larger rock’s settings. Go to the “Damage” tab and set the damage to whatever you want. It’s recommended that you give it low health.
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  4. And your’e done!

Options

You can add a notification to the rock so that when prop destroyed → send notification. This will allow the player to know what type of “mineral” they obtained! You can say that “you obtained this mineral. Congrats!”

Colors and their Corresponding Minerals (Color ID’s are below each image):
Black:
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Coal Ore
34 34 32
Recommended Health: 40
Black Seed

Tan:
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Iron (or silver) ore
144 137 137
Recommended Health: 60
Tan Seed

Golden:
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Gold ore (or fools gold)
211 181 29
Recommended Health: 25
Yellow Seed

Light blue:
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Diamond (darker blue is sapphire)
29 175 211
Recommended Health: 240
Cyan Seed

Light purple:
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Amethyst
171 29 211
Recommended Health: 150
Purple Seed

Light Green:
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Emerald
68 248 122
Recommended Health: 180
Green Seed (closest color)

Dark Red:
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Ruby
255 0 0 (I set the transparency as 0.7 for a deeper color. Feel free to adjust it!)
Recommended Health: 200
Red Seed (closest color)
:sparkles: COMING SOON: JADE STONE :sparkles: (WIP)
Dark Green:

And So on! Thanks 4 reading!
Cringiness, out!

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Thats cool, and then you can make crafty recipies with the seeds(ore) and have trees give wood so you can make like better pickaxes and mine rock faster.

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Love that idea!

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Everyday, we are getting closer to a gimkit Minecraft map. (positive)

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true, there is a lot you can do to make Gimcraft…

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May the quartz be with you!
Nice guide!

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Good guide. Are there any ores or types of rocks in the game that tou can hold in your inventory? Or will there be soon?

Who knows, they might add resources to Gimkit like wood a rocks.

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I will add seeds later that will be the mineral if you break it.
I might also add recommended durability of each mineral, such as diamond has 200 health and Gold has 20.

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When ever there is something I want a player to collect, I get an item inventory manager or whatever it is called, and grant whatever item to substitute . Then, I add a notification.

EX: Rock is not in Gimkit recourses, so i sub with energy bar, but instead of being notified of getting the bar, you get a message saying “stone picked up”

Also @thatOneCringe This is such a cool concept. We are really pushing for Minecraft lol

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This guide is amazing! Nice!

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Emerald ore has been chosen!
Thank u all for voting!

@Wolftechnology, I think that adding health to the minerals will make them more “durable”

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6 now

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Nice guide, @thatOneCringe !

46dcef_4b27d5b6c5804f3ab49649879c1fc897~mv2

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what? why did you post that?

wait wut

Nice… Also, the guide can be used to make Minecraft! We just need to be able to place blocks.

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New Poll!
I will add this tomorrow.

  • Jade Stone → In Gimina, this has been used widely in vases.
  • Ruby → Long been known as the blood stone in the Gimverse, this stone draws many to it’s shininess.
  • Marble Stone → It’s white sheen nearly blinds the eyes of gims.
  • Peat → Rare to find, but gives you a lot of fuel!
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Thanks ya’ll for voting!
Looks like Ruby has been Chosen as the next stone!
:partying_face:

I’ve been looking for a guide like this! Good Job

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