Flower Field

Flower Field

Description

Colorful fields with lots of flowers.

This biome is really unique, ideal for building beautiful houses. Flat terrain allows you to build them really big without much effort.

Also, if you’re looking for dyes, you can easily find them here – from flowers that grows here you can craft lots of dye colors.

Vegetation

Here you can discover flowers such as:

  • red tulips
  • white tulips
  • pink tulips
  • orange tulips
  • azure bluets

And occasionaly:

  • lilacs
  • rose bushes
  • peonies

Also there is 0.01% chance that you’ll find oak tree

Mobs

You can meet here cows, chickens, pigs, sheeps and wolfs.

Structures

Default plains village generates here.

Variations

This biome has no variations.

Flower Field

id: wildnature:flower_field

realism: realistic

type: warm

rarity: 7

precipitation: rain

category: plains

depth: 0.15F

scale: 0.03F

temperature: 0.6F

downfall: 0.8F

tree rate: 0

plant rate: 18

sub-biomes: none

Aspen Grove

Aspen Grove

Description

The aspen grove is a forest-like biome that majorly consists of aspen trees and firs.

Vegetation

  • aspen trees
  • fir trees
  • poppies
  • dandelions
  • aspen & fir shrubs

Mobs

The usual passive and agressive mobs spawn here.

Structures

No villages can generate here, and no other special structures are found in this biome.

Variations

There are no variations of this biome.

Tips

Tip for survival and basebuilding: Clear out an entire area, build a wall, light the area and build your base there. Mobs can hide under and behind the trees.

Aspen Grove

id: wildnature:aspen_grove

realism: realistic

type: cool

rarity: 10

precipitation: rain

category: plains

depth: 0.15F

scale: 0.05F

temperature: 0.4F – 15ºC

downfall: 0.8F

tree rate: 18

plant rate: 1

sub-biomes: none

Post written by Bonniethebunny#3306

Mangrove Bayou

Mangrove Bayou

Description

A much more dense swamp, filled with Mangrove trees growing from the shallow water, and some oak trees covered in vines. Much like the swamp biome, you will have difficulty traversing through the shallow waters and dense vegetation. Although it may be challenging, it is a very beautiful biome, and with endless ideas for building unique bases/homes.

Vegetation

Many plants can be found throughout the Mangrove Bayou such as:
Mangrove tree, oak trees covered in vines, red and green waterlilies, roses, lilacs, peony’s, seagrass, various berry bushes, mushrooms, spider grass, poison ivy, blue orchids, lily of the valley and rose bushes.

Mobs

Many different variants of fish spawn throughout the bayou, with the occasional dolphins.

Structures

No structures spawn in this biome.

Variations

There are no subbiomes for this biome

Tips

Useful tools to help traverse this dense biome: shears, frost walker enchanted boots, and axes.

Mangrove Bayou

id: wildnature:mangrove_bayou

realism: realistic

type: warm

rarity: 5

precipitation: rain

category: plains

depth: -0.2F

scale: 0.1F

temperature: 0.8F – 35ºC

downfall: 0.9F

tree rate: 10

plant rate: 4

sub-biomes: none

Post written by mesaacr#7475

Golden Woods

Golden Woods

Description

The Golden Forest, filled with life and lush vegetation with a golden tint. This biome is a much more beautiful oak forest, perfect for those who love log cabin, huntsman style builds with lots of trees, various plants and gradual sloped terrain. Plenty of cave entrances and small ponds spawn throughout the biome, make it ideal for exploration as well.

Vegetation

 Oak Trees are the main source of wood found in the Golden Woods along with many of these other plants:
Flowers:
∙ Poppy
∙ Dandelion
∙ Rose Bush
∙ Lilac Bush
∙ Peony
∙ Lily of the Valley
∙ White Pasque
∙ Floral Grass
∙ Grass with Wheat

Mobs

The basic friendly mobs such as Chickens, Cows, Pigs and Sheep can be found throughout the Golden Woods.

Structures

Distinctive structures such as Basalt deposits and Gneiss deposits can be found along the surface, very rarely though.

Variations

There are no subbiomes for this biome

Tips

Tips for building in the Golden Woods: clear out unnecessary bushes and trees and make use of the surrounding berry bushes and mobs as your main supply of food.

Golden Woods

id: wildnature:golden_woods

realism: realistic

type: warm

rarity: 7

precipitation: rain

category: plains

depth: 0.15F

scale: 0.03F

temperature: 0.5F – 20ºC

downfall: 0.8F

tree rate: 18

plant rate: 1

sub-biomes: none

Post written by mesaacr#7475

Tinted Desert

Tinted Desert

Description

The Tinted Desert resembles a lot like the default desert, but with a beautiful mix of different colored sand. Makes it stand out from any other dry/hot biome. Ideal for players who prefer to tan while building large structures (better put some sunscreen on rookies!)

Regular, white, red, half red, brown, half brown and slight brown sand are the main blocks found along the surface.

Vegetation

Due to the lack of moisture and an unlimited amount of sun, only cactus and dead shrubs fill the barren land of the Tinted Desert. Potential rivers nearby may grow lush green river cane and sugar cane.

Mobs

Its too hot for anything friendly to spawn, beware at night!

Structures

No structures spawn.

Variations

The Tinted Desert Hills are the only sub biome found related. Here the terrain is much more difficult to traverse through, with much higher hills, various valleys and cliff edges.

Tinted Desert

id: wildnature:tinted_desert

realism: realistic

type: desert

rarity: 5

precipitation: none

category: desert

depth: 0.01F

scale: 0.1F

temperature: 1F – 40ºC

downfall: NaN

tree rate: 0

plant rate: 4

sub-biomes: none

Tinted Desert Hills

id: wildnature:tinted_desert_hills

realism: realistic

type: desert

rarity: 3

precipitation: none

category: desert

depth: 0.9F

scale: 1F

temperature: 1F – 40ºC

downfall: NaN

tree rate: 0

plant rate: 4

sub-biome of: Tinted Desert

This post is made by mesaacr.