The wool colors for Minecraft’s minecraft version have made their way into some pretty disturbing images.
According to the Minecraft subreddit, the wool colors have been spotted in the game’s latest update, 1.12.1, where they appear as a grey and white texture.
The wool texture appears to be the same one seen in the image above, but it also appears to have a red and white color scheme.
It’s not clear if the wool color is a reference to a skin tone or an actual wool texture, but the wool texture seems to be more commonly used for crafting materials than actual wool.
The Wool Color palette is available in the Mojang workshop.
It appears to take up one square of space, and it appears to make wool appear red or white instead of gray or white.
Mojang has since removed the wool textures from the workshop, though it is unclear if the update caused any other changes.
We contacted Mojang to ask about the Wool Color texture and the wool-colored wool texture in Minecraft 1.11.2.
A representative said they are aware of the WoolColor palette, and that it will be fixed in a future update.
We have reached out to Mojang for more information about the wool dye, which is currently available for purchase in the Minecraft workshop.
Minecraft 1:11.1 is the latest update to the game that is due to launch on December 8.
This is the first major update for the Minecraft 1 series, which launched on September 11, 2013.
Minecraft was the first game to have multiplayer support, allowing up to 64 players to work together in a server, and the first to offer real-time server-side chat.
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