21 Minecraft Things That Feel Unreal
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The lush cave mansion is so pretty, I really wanna build something like that! Never expected the two would be such a good combination
I love ur content man ❤️❤️❤️
The mushroom biome reminded me of one time while looking at a biome map of my survival world via Chunkbase, I noticed maaaaybe 2 pixels of a mushroom biome out in the middle of some ocean on the map. I made a creative world with the same seed so I could teleport to it, just out of curiosity. It was so small, there was no mycellium or blocks above water. The only way to tell it even existed was from the 10ish block wide patch of purpleish water lol
That woodland mansion lush cave mixture looks like someone a player would make manually. Very pretty and can’t believe it generated naturally. Really makes the mansion look ancient and like nature is reclaiming it
I REALLY love the idea of three villages on one island. I’d build my base in the middle. And I’d have a myriad of people to trade with. In fact, I think I might make a new survival world with that seed
I once found a lava lake generated in an iceberg.
And many years ago (in version 1.6) I once found a village that generated without any houses or villagers at all. It only consisted of a well and two fields, nothing else. Although I think this is no longer possible in the newer versions.
Mineshafts generating on the surface in mesa biomes is common though. Its a feature that was added a while ago that they generate on the surface there, mesa biomes also have a lot more gold ore than other biomes. I think its meant to give it more of a "gold rush" and western theme.
And the three mycelium blocks could be mined with silk touch, placed in a dirt area and huge mushrooms could be grown on it, to create your own artificial mushroom biome (or you could just expand the island).
I have been playing Minecraft bedrock for years and just about to get into Java and this channel will really help me starting out! Thanks a lot skip!
It’s amazing how this guy can get all of these facts and seeds together in one week and make it into a amazing video
I love the seed with the lava-trapped desert temple. It gives more risk to a structure notorious for quick raiding.
The "three block" mushroom biome is probably attached to the rest of the biome you can see in the background at 1:02.
3:32 I liked when he said, "I just think it is nice to see these four nations live together in harmony." Avatar: The Last Airbender reference! 😄
From 1.7 until 1.18, or a period of over 8 years, the 3 rarest biomes in the game (Objectively) were:
1. Jungle Edge M / Mutated Jungle Edge / Modified Jungle Edge
2. Mesa Plateau M / Mutated Mesa Plateau / Modified Badlands Plateau
3. Cold Taiga M / Mutated Cold Taiga / Snowy Taiga Mountains
The seed 35267400 from versions 1.7 to 1.12.2 has all 3 biomes generate within 2,500 blocks of [0, 0]
Jungle Edge M: [-888, 1584] (Main Portion is at [-900, 1717])
Mesa Plateau M: [1111, 888] & another at [1200, -225]
Cold Taiga M: [1460, 920]
The Jungle Edge M does not generate from 1.13 through 1.17.1 despite biome generation remaining roughly the same.
Edit: The following also appears within 2,500 blocks of [0, 0] on this seed in 1.12.2:
X: 978, Y: 63, Z: 792
X: 600, Z: 696
Dungeon with No Chests:
X: 1258, Y: 38, Z: 908
X: 723, Y: 51, Z: 689
I made a world in 1.18 with the seed "Exhibitionism" and enjoyed finding five dungeons all not too far away from each other underground, with two even spawning directly next to each other, and one half open to a cave right next to the surface. Plus a really cool mountain rage with a flat grass center to build on.
8:32 "so unless these Squidwards have an elytra..."
Pillager: screaming like Squidward while falling to his death
honestly skip the tutorial is so great lol i get so many random facts i can tell my friends and its just very enjoyable content all around, keep up the good work!
Damn, your editing/pacing is so good. I'm impressed by the amount of work you put in these videos. GJ.
"The villagers will be able to sleep peacefully tonight"
Sneaks into villager home at night and watches him sleep
The lush cave one looked like a Woodland mansion tooken over by nature!
I’ve seen a mushroom biome surrounded by 17 other mushroom biomes and it was only one block. It was on my friends realm
I had the same thing happen with the Desert Temple (sort of) except instead of lava, the bottom of the shaft opened up into a geode. No chests there, either.