For those who have been playing the vanilla version of MineCraft, it is possible you have missed the Curios API. But if you are new to the game, then you probably know how this feature works. The API is a modification for the vanilla game introduced by MineCraft creator, who released the mod in April 2021. With this feature, players can craft several different types of blocks and items, without having to make them by hand.
It is similar to an ore-block, but it is not crafted with a tool. You can get the crafting table from Enderman’s Construct, and place it anywhere you want the block to appear. This will create the block in question, and you can use it to craft different kinds of blocks. This works similarly to crafting gravel, brick or saplings, because you can plant seeds in the middle of the dirt (producing gravel) and place a shovel next to it. After a while, you will be able to harvest the material and place it on the crafting table, which will convert the block into a useful item.
If you are interested in mining, than using the API to craft these blocks is a great way to earn some easy money. Once you have located a suitable ores and have crafted the block, then place it on the crafting table, and start digging. Once you have placed all of the dirt you need to cover the crafting table, then you simply place the ore over the layer of dirt and place the shovel next to it. When it has all been put together, you will be able to extract the block data, and sell it on the auction house for a profit.
Not only can you craft these blocks, but you can also place them on walls. Just find a wall and place the block over it. It will automatically be covered up with dirt when it is created, so it is invisible. The blocks are lightweight and easy to carry. Place them on your buildings, farms, or anywhere that you want to keep something hidden.
You might wonder why you would useAPI blocks for crafting when you have the ability to mine for ore yourself. Well, the API blocks are virtually indistinguishable from the real thing, so anyone can tell the difference. Even children can tell the difference! They are small enough to travel through areas, and you can craft the block in such a way as to make it difficult to see the veins through the stone. Crafting is not restricted to crafting items, and using the API to craft blocks makes it an attractive alternative to manual mining.
If you like doing something creative and unique and like making things by hand, than crafting with API is the way to go. Just find a suitable block, drill a hole through it, and then place the ore around the block. Using the crafting table to gather the blocks, and then placing them around the block, you will be mining and crafting in no time at all!