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The shape of a Stack Block.

A Stack block is a rectangular block that is shaped to fit above and below other blocks. Stack blocks make up the majority of the blocks available.


Stack blocks are fitted with a puzzle-piece like shape; the top has a notch and the bottom has a bump. Because of this shape, scripts can stretch on and on - the block tessellates.

Their shape allows them only to be placed in the following areas:


As Stack blocks are shaped to have blocks above and below them, they are used almost everywhere in a script; scripts must always have a Stack block in them (unless you put a Cap block directly below a Hat block). An example script:

File:Example script.png

Note how the Stack blocks are used in the script - they make up the major commands.

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