Farm animals in village pens usually only spawn in pairs, so be sure to always breed more animals than you slaughter. If you leave it in place, be sure to build a tall pillar with cactus on top near it or on top of it, as a navigational marker. Be very careful to exactly calculate the burning time of each precious wooden item, and feed the next type of item into the furnace as soon as the fuel slot is empty. Cats and even farm animals will also now spawn in desert villages. Keep at least one chest in each location though - don't remove all chests from a village, for example.
That is no mean feat. This is a really cool Minecraft desert seed 1. On the next day or sooner if you can work fast , add a second, outer trench ring, so that if the first trench ring is destroyed by a creeper you are not holed up inside your house and vulnerable to a second creeper destroying the house. Seed: -077172057988786 Coordinates: 108, 256 Biomes: Desert You spawn near a desert biome that hosts a desert temple and a village at coordinates 300, 25 and 375, 135, respectively. So for a 5x5 walled house, dig an 11x11 or 13x13 square ditch. This is a great seed if you want to get off to a quick start thanks to a total of 12 chests waiting nearby. The best way to deal with these is to build a roof garden on your house with 'potted' cacti cacti on a one-high sand block.
You will spawn close to five different villages and two desert temples, which leaves you with plenty of opportunities for exploring and looting all the resources you could ever possibly want. Leave at least one bed the one you slept in in case you are killed and respawn there, and for when you are visiting that village. If you are good at persuading creepers to explode, without harming you too badly, you can use a series of creeper explosions to dig down. This means the bow must be used sparingly, for tight situations, emergencies, or very high value targets. The temple has gone though! While the golem fights with the pillagers, you can collect wood.
You could clip the 4 corners but not the middle off the 3 x 3 block and reduce it to 6 blocks, but if you go down the minimum blocks and are using sandstone, don't make a mistake! For large scale mining probably the best approach is to mark out a large square, and cut steps down the side of the square in a continuous spiral. It seriously looks like a natural part of the village. Either now, or later if you are forced to drop it. For example, a 16 x 16 square will allow you to dig down about 60 layers without needing roofing materials or light sources. The best long term sustainable light source is probably lava, but if you do not have the capability to make a bucket, the only way to use lava is to move your base to a lava source and perhaps slightly extend the effect of the lava by digging shallow trenches for it to spread from the source. Cacti are especially useful against spiders, which are otherwise difficult to keep at bay.
Trading with is an excellent way to escape the limitations of the biome. Another very good challenge, not quite so difficult, is to turn off generation of just and , but leave generation of , and. Here, you will find a small taiga village at coordinates -400, 790 that has two campfires, which will bring you to the correct location. If you lucky to find a single outpost with 2 or more trapped golems you will have more time to collect wood as more iron golems can survive longer in the outpost before killed by pillagers due to the fact that pillagers spawn infinitely in and around the outposts. This village has three diamonds and out in the desert there are another three between the desert temples. As you can't set your spawn point, build a strong defensive base at or near your spawn point. Then, travel to coordinates -850, 450, where you will be able to locate a nice woodland mansion.
More complex designs - 3D chokepoints - allow you to kill spiders. Make sure any windows are at least 2 blocks above the outside ground level, otherwise husk and zombie can enter through them. You also might want to imprison the trader so they are available whenever you have Emeralds to trade with until they despawn. Even in villages there are only a small supply of torches and , and no means of creating extra ones. Statistically, this would require killing about 120 zombies. The island you spawn on doesn't have any wood but does have a pig and a cow. Transform husk into zombie then into drowned, by drowning them in water twice.
Seed: 1388582293 Enormous jungle biome with temple and village Anyone capable of a good Tarzan impression has to check out this seed. You have no easy way to access items, and more importantly no way at all to create a no source of. Open it and you will find a diamond chestplate for +8 armor. Beds generate in small and medium house, however during sunset every villager will try to sleep in the beds so you need to hurry to use one of beds in village before being used be villagers. It may not have a particular gimmick, but this seed can give you a true Minecraft experience.
Seed: -803365490736064 Coordinates: 88, -200 Biomes: Desert This seed has a double village and desert temple at spawn. However the information in this article is still useful for a player who finds themselves in a Desert Biome, or wishes to play this survival challenge by refraining from using the trees or other Plains Biome resources at the start point. You will easily see the first pair, but if you have trouble finding the second one, then just use these coordinates: -280, 24. Take your time gathering some resources before heading in, as you will be. You can also find Iron Ingots and Diamond in these chests, or even use Gold Ingots also found in village temple chests to make tools - most likely a Gold Pickaxe that you would use only to obtain enough Cobblestone to make a Stone Pickaxe. Keeping them alive for farming can be challenging. However, it's debatable whether this is worthwhile, as it increases the risk of being killed by a creeper for not much gain.
Similarly drops may provide you with a but neither they nor any other mob in an Illager raid will provide any useful tools in Java Edition. In practice you can get away with less. Because we've compiled a list of the 7 top Minecraft desert seeds for 1. It's probably a good idea to build some survival shelters at the top of the staircase and at intervals along it, in case you get caught by nightfall or by something blocking your path back to your house. Related: Make these worlds look even prettier with the 1388582293 One of most charming elements of Minecraft is its giant mushroom biomes. You might want to check your altitude with F3 before starting a mining project.
Or alternatively, a natural lake surrounded by a wall that lets the rabbits in but not out. It drops you in the middle of an enormous jungle biome home to a temple, plenty of caves, and some tall trees to build your house in. For outer defenses that you don't normally go near, you can put the cactus straight on the ground so it is more likely to do damage. Seed: 484036606236935 Coordinates: 264, -184 Biomes: Desert You spawn in the center of the desert village that stands just 100 blocks away from a pillager post and a desert temple at coordinates 375, 70. The absolute priority is 4 planks to make a crafting table. Pumpkin can also be bought from Wandering Traders, and sold to Farmers for Emeralds.