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Kenner, Louisiana, United States / February 22, 2012
Erin Keychain built a tower in Minecraft that is one-tenth of a block in height.
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Ryan Houghtaling on 7/5/2012
Erin Keychain on 2/22/2012
Alex Pearson on 2/2/2012
Actually, this record is not about the art style of the object its the Hit box or collider box that you want to look at that is the real size, a lily pad's hit box stands at 0.2 pixels tall and a pressure plate stands at 1 full pixel tall. so why is the record not broken? I think its because a lily pad isn't a block its an entity, It can't interfere with other blocks, it can't stop water and in the earlier MC you could walk through them! and that's my theory on why the lily pad can't break the record!
A lily pad isnt a 3d Object, or a cube, I would guess that "Tower" means that its 3D and you can see all the edges
what about rails?
Rails are the same height
I can break this. 0 blocks high.
This can be beat. A lilypad is shorter.
Absolutely. Only 1/64 block. I shall be the one!
I agree to Matthew, it is impossible to break this record without any mods.
Not true. If I have the time, I will break it. Yes, I can break 1/10 of a block.
This is pointless
Any one can place a pressure plate and say that they tied the record
It is impossable to make something lower without hacking or installing mod
as per President Dan Rollman, we generally say the first attempt in a category must be breakable, but in an instance like this where a category may reach a dead end, we can and should accept them.
The RecordSetter site rules say that every record has to be breakable. Is this record breakable? If the starting point was as low as it can go, does this count?