This seed has two polar opposite biomes, mesa and ice plains. Each has its own benefits and formations, and the fact the mesa is a rare biome make this seed even better. Between the two, there are plenty of things to explore.
You’ll notice as you look at the two biomes, there’s a thin line of sand separating the two. Even though it’s very small, it’s still labeled as a desert. It acts as a border between the two biomes. Pick a side to explore first.
This seed has quite the list of interesting features worth checking out. It starts by spawning you in a savanna with a mesa biome not far away. In the mesa biome, if you’re willing to travel, you can find an abandoned mineshaft with a dungeon. Next comes the desert temple with a second dungeon on the surface not far away. You won’t run out of things to do anytime soon on this seed.
Usually on a seed with a mesa, all of the notable things are inside the mesa biome. Not so in this case. While the mesa still has notable benefits, the biggest highlights are the structures around the border. You will find a savanna village, a desert temple, and a second savanna village with a blacksmith.
This seed spawns you in a forest, but if you walk out of the trees, you can see the mesa stretched out before you. Mesas are a unique, rare biome, and spawning so close to one is a treat. Not only do they look cool with the colored clay and red sand, but they also hold a lot of great things. This one even has one diamond in a chest minecart.
This seed is a bit varied with the different features it has, but for the most part, they’re all in dry climates. (Minus the plains village) There is a village with a blacksmith, a desert temple, and a mesa biome. It all starts with spawning next to the village.