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  1. Minecraft (Bedrock codebase)
  2. MCPE-75647

Soul sand next to ice/water slows/stops boat on top of ice/water



    • Icon: Bug Bug
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • 1.16.1
    • 1.14.60 Hotfix
    • Confirmed
    • Multiple
    • 384979


      Updated description by GoldenHelmet

      Steps to reproduce

      1. Build an ice boat track: 2 rows of packed/blue ice with full block sidewalls. OR use water in place of the ice to build a canal.
      2. Place soul sand to the side of the packed/blue ice or water, under the full block sidewall.
      3. Ride or push a boat down the track/canal.

      Expected result

      The boat moves down the track/canal without being affected by the soul sand.

      Actual result

      The soul sand slows a boat that is driven by a player, and stops a boat that is launched by a slime block + piston.
      It completely negates the speed granted by the ice.

      Original summary
      Ice Slowing Boats Down
      Original description

      I was creating a ice highway (packed ice) going through the nether for 17k blocks. After creation, whenever I try ride the highway at full speed on a boat, it randomly stops me. Even when the chunks are fully loaded. It acts as if some of the ice blocks are regular blocks. I tried replacing the ice, but it still continued to act the same way. This is on a realm that is 343 megabytes big

      How to reproduce the bug?

      i dont really know. Probably just make a massive path of ice, going about 27k blocks in the nether, and try ride it with a boat at full speed.




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