Petrified oak slabs are a variant of oak slabs that the player cannot obtain without using commands or cheats in any of the survival game modes. They are a unique block that can only be obtained through the creative inventory. They were added to Minecraft Java Edition in v1.3.1. It looks like a regular oak slab but it cannot be burned and needs to be mined with a pickaxe.
A petrified oak slab is a slab block that players cannot make with the crafting table or furnace. The only way to get one is by either using the creative inventory that can be accessed in the creative game mode or using game commands to give them to yourself.
Petrified oak slabs function like most other slab blocks, it is their behavior that sets them apart from things expected from their name. Even though they are called oak slabs, they behave quite differently from regular oak slabs. They are more like stone slabs as they share most of their characteristics with them. Unlike wooden slabs, petrified oak slabs will require players to use a pickaxe to mine them. They cannot be set on fire even with the use of lava, they have a much higher blast resistance as compared to regular wood slabs, and they cannot be used as fuel for furnaces.
Petrified oak slabs are a type of slab block that cannot be found or obtained in any of the survival game modes without using commands or cheats. They are quite similar to stone slabs in their behavior. You can also get them by using the creative inventory in the creative game mode.
A. Petrified oak slabs can be used as non-flammable wooden blocks in creative builds.
A. Players can get the petrified oak slab block by using commands or the creative inventory.
A. The petrified oak slab block was added to Minecraft Java Edition v1.3.1.