gavjenks Posted October 24, 2012 Share Posted October 24, 2012 Pretty simple, as it turns out. There are probably other ways besides this. I just stumbled upon it as like... the second thing I tried: M F F F P v Bd ?? M = frame motor F = frame P = STICKY piston (pointed down here) v = the extension of the piston (start out with it being powered on/extended) Bd = bedrock ?? = any normal block like stone Simply charge the frame motor and push the frames to the right. The extension arm of the piston will plow through the bedrock, destroying it... sometimes (inconsistent). If this doesn't work immediately, though, you can still destroy the bedrock. Just cycle the power a couple times to the sticky piston, and it will somehow reach through the bedrock and pull that normal stone block on the other side, back into the bedrock, and destroy it THAT way. Unfortunately, this does not allow you to break into the void in the normal overworld (since you can't get to the side of any of the blocks at level 1). Well actually, if you push the piston extension-first down into the bedrock, it might work. Haven't tested that. But it does work for other stuff. Like, for instance, deleting those annoying single floating pieces of bedrock above the obsidian pillars in the End (I'm building a base there, and destroyed all the obsidian, but the bedrock bits are visually distracting). Edit: It does NOT in fact work to move the extended arm forward into bedrock. Must rake in from the side. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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