10 Names That Changed Hello to you! A lot of blocks and items have gone through name changes in the past! Here are 10 of them! Nertherrack. I’ve always known this block as netherrack. Bloodstone Namun, balok ini sebelumnya dinamakan bloodstone Notch has also referred to it as netherstone, but only once. Ink Sac The ink sac’s name was not changed by much, so you probably never noticed.. Ink Sack The ‘k’ in the name was removed. Maybe it was simply a typo.. :I Wool What we know as wool has been around since classic. Cloth However, all the way up until the Beta, it was called cloth.. The cloth was used for cloth armor in Alpha, which was later replaced by leather armor. Sugar Cane Sugar cane had a different name until Beta 1.2! Reeds Reeds was the original name. In fact, sugar cane is still called reeds in the game code! Notch changed the name because he wanted players to be able to craft sugar for cake! Crafting Table The crafting table didn’t always have this name and the old name is still visible in game. Workbench It was originally called workbench.. The achievement “Benchmarking” still has the description “Craft a workbench….”! Oak Wood Oak Wood has changed names twice. Before there were multiple types of wood, this was simply called “wood”.. This was of course because there were no reason to differentiate it from other types. However, in very early development, this block was referred to as a log. Block of Diamond If you haven’t heard this already, you’ll never guess what the block of diamond was once called! That’s right, block of emerald. Emeralds were the original rare gem, but was quickly replaced by diamond. Gunpowder Gunpowder has had its current name since Beta. Before that, it was called sulphur, which is a component in gunpowder. Most of you probably know this one, the red flower wasn’t always called a poppy. Both the texture and name was changed from rose to poppy.. Which one do you prefer? Feel free to comment! The chiseled stone bricks have changed name multiple times.. The latest change was from detailed stone bricks, a weird name in my opinion. Before that, all types of stone bricks were called nothing but stone bricks… Feel free to click subscribe! Thank you to my Patrons: You can now support me on Patreon. or support single videos for free by following the guide in the description.