Since all biomes have different rabits, why not this.
But there aren't bamboo forests, and making it for 1 mobs is NO
I'm still hoping mojang will release a "more biomes" update, but until then no pandas
I really like the idea of exploring a jungle filled with fog, not knowing what is in front of you. It really improves exploring because now you can look hundreds of blocks in front of you. Maybe a gamerule too set how dense the fog is and too disable it.
My full support
when teleported to the nightmare real your inventory would be stored in minecrafts memory but not accessible until you find an exit portal or die. your nightmare realm inventory would be then added to your real world inventory or dropped onto the ground if you don't have space. thankfully the nightmare realm would have dream roots hanging from the ceiling to allow for survival.
MCedit doesn't work for this world, because this is 1.11.2 so I decided to make use of the new structure block. Paste the nbt file into the structures map in your world's map and use a structure block too paste it in. I don't know if it could cause trouble with the map art because the places the map looks for aren't in your world.
The file: http://www.filedropper.com/taigahouse
edit: the amount of items in the hidden chest aren't right because I changed it while writing because it was too overpowered but I didn't change the chests in-game!!
Once upon a time, a lumberjack lived in a taiga forest. He was obsessed with the end. He crafted some endere eyes and ventured into the end. Some say he's still in there...
The structure is a lumberjack house wich spawns in the taiga forests.
Disclaimer: I'm not a proffesional builder, nor a proffesional artist. The custom paintings are map art. Don't say how ugly it is in the reactions.
A top view of the house
The hidden chest
The first floor has a simple fireplace, a chest, an anvil and a jukebox
the basement has 2 paintings, one showing how to find the endportal and another one wich shows you the dragon, two chests, one in plain sight and another hidden chest
The loot is what you'd expect fro a lumberjack's house. In the chest next to the fireplace you find
15 -35 spruce logs (100%)
10 - 19 spruce sapling (100%)
An iron axe with sharpness 1 - 3 (40%)
An iron axe with efficiency 1 - 3 and unbreaking 0 - 2 (100%)
Music disc ward (100%)
In the chest underneath the painting you find:
6 - 13 eye of enders (100%)
There is a hidden chest underneath the logs wich contains:
1 - 3 eye of enders (100%)
1 - 5 chorus fruit (30 %)
1 - 2 end rods (10%)
- We don't have a taiga structure yet
- In the igloo you find a zombie villager, a splash potion of weakness and a golden apple. This is to teach players how to cure villagers. This is for the same reason. Many new players don't know how to get to the end. This teaches them how and encourages them to go to the end.
Wouldn't this be too op!?
If you think this is too op because you could get to the end without going to the nether, no. it isn't. This structure will be very rare. You will probably get around 10 ender eyes. And even if you are extremely lucky and get 16, there is a big chance some will break before you arrived at the portal and you still haven't got enough
The map art
Do you mean that, if you lay in a bed, you get transfered to another dimension?
How would this work in multiplayer?
What would those dimensions look like?
Are there any new mobs?
Is this meant for early-game or late-game?
I need more explanation. It sounds like a nice idea.
I am starting a survival server, but I have a question. The server I host will have 10GB storage. How big should the world borders be. Should the world be 3000x3000 blocks, or could I make it 5Kx5K, or 2Kx2K. What size can I make the world.