Crying obsidian is a luminous obsidian that can be used to make a respawn anchor and emits purple particles when used.
In Minecraft, how do you get Crying Obsidian?
These Crying Obsidians can only be obtained by selling Piglin, Ruined Portals, and Bastion remnants. Piglins are said to have a 9% chance of giving the player 1 to 3 weeping obsidian when given a gold ingot.
What does Crying Obsidian do in the video game Minecraft?
When water is poured on a Lava source block, it creates this purple block, which is a rare, hard block. Crying obsidian can only be mined with a diamond or Netherite pickaxe, and it normally takes a little less time to mine than normal obsidian. Crying Obsidian is used to construct Nether portals. Crying obsidian emits purple particles that illuminate a small region. The weeping obsidian is a brand-new block coming in the Nether Update. Another feature of Crying obsidian is that, unlike normal obsidian, it actually emits light.