Despite having a solid oak base, tripwire hooks use stone for their placement, breaking and co. sounds, which does not seem right. Shouldn't they be using wood's sounds instead?
Steps to Reproduce:
- Place down a tripwire hook.
- → Notice how the tripwire hook produces a stone sound upon being placed.
- Break the tripwire hook.
- → Notice how the tripwire hook produces a stone sound upon being destroyed.
The expected behavior would be that tripwire hooks would produce wood sounds as they are mostly constructed and crafted with wood.
While this was mentioned in
MC-91091, community consensus seems to be to split up the cases mentioned in that ticket so they can each be given an individual, fair trial.