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== Building ==
 
== Building ==
 
The half brick does not require a flat surface to be built on. It will automatically flatten the area around it once placed. It only requires a one by one space for placement. This makes it ideal to fill in holes made by regular stone bricks that are too big to fit in the space.
 
The half brick does not require a flat surface to be built on. It will automatically flatten the area around it once placed. It only requires a one by one space for placement. This makes it ideal to fill in holes made by regular stone bricks that are too big to fit in the space.
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Half-bricks are commonly used to fill the gaps to the right and left of doors when [staggering] brick walls.

Revision as of 11:21, 4 December 2017

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Required: 1 Stone Brick

Similar to the regular stone brick, but half the size. This allows the half brick to fit into spaces that a regular brick could not. Though it is half the size it will still cost a full stone brick to build. This means you do lose some of the stone used to make the brick in the first place. However a wall with no holes will always outweigh the extra cost.


Building

The half brick does not require a flat surface to be built on. It will automatically flatten the area around it once placed. It only requires a one by one space for placement. This makes it ideal to fill in holes made by regular stone bricks that are too big to fit in the space.

Half-bricks are commonly used to fill the gaps to the right and left of doors when [staggering] brick walls.