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Wood TusksIron TusksDiamond Tusks





Wood tusks: 60
Iron tusks: 251
Diamond tusks: 1562







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Tusks are items and weapons that can be placed on tamed elephants and mammoths.

Obtaining[edit | edit source]

Crafting[edit | edit source]

Ingredients Crafting recipe
Any Wood Planks +

Wood Tusks
Iron Ingots +

Iron Tusks
Diamond +

Diamond Tusks

Usage[edit | edit source]

Repairing diamond tusks at an anvil.

Tusks can be used on a tamed, adult elephant or mammoth so they can break through blocks. Tusksd can be removed by using shears or a pickaxe on an elephant or mammoth. Tusks can also be placed on an elephant or mammoth without having to place an elephant harness on them first.

With tusks equipped, elephants and mammoths are able to break most blocks (such as wood planks, fences or grass blocks) that are in their path. Mammoths are more effective at breaking blocks than elephants. Elephants and mammoths will drop tusks upon death if worn, or when a pet amulet or scroll of freedom is used on them.

By default in multiplayer, elephants or mammoths wearing tusks will not destroy blocks to prevent griefing.

Like other tools, tusks will lose durability eventually, and can be repaired with the use of an anvil or crafting table.

Combat[edit | edit source]

Tusks can deal damage as if they were swords; wood tusks deal the same damage as a wooden sword, iron tusks do the same amount of damage as an iron sword, and diamond tusks deal the same damage as a diamond sword.

Types[edit | edit source]

There are three different kinds of tusks, from lowest to highest durability:

  • Wood tusks
  • Iron tusks
  • Diamond tusks

Data values[edit | edit source]

ID[edit | edit source]

Item Namespaced ID Numeric ID
Wood Tusks tuskswood 4207
Iron Tusks tusksiron 4208
Diamond Tusks tusksdiamond 4209

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Tusks were formerly made with rope, but the recipes have since been replaced with leads.

Gallery[edit | edit source]