This 1.9 seed has several features that make it worth playing. It contains beautiful extreme hills, a small village, and an underground ravine. The ravine may be the highlight of this map since it contains valuable ores. All of the features are fairly close to each other, and that makes it easier to travel between them all.
This 1.8x seed spawns you halfway up the high cliffs of a stone beach looking out over deep ocean. Digging straight down from the spawn point you will find an underground cave about halfway to bedrock. You can explore in two directions. If you go in the downward direction and explore the tunnels and passages it reveals you’ll see that the cave’s predominant ore is gold. We found three gold deposits worth mining within fifteen minutes of exploring in creative mode. We also came across iron, coal and lapis lazuli (once) during that same exploration.
This 1.8.0 seed is nothing less than awesome from a land generation standpoint. The game starts with a spawn high up on a ledge of an extreme hill at the cloud layer. Looking around you’ll quickly learn that you’re actually on an island, and it’s no ordinary island. From a biome standpoint it’d be considered extreme hill, stone beach and savanna for the most part.
This Minecraft seed has a lot going for it. A great spawn that places you right in a village (with a blacksmith) a desert/sand temple close by, and an amazing extreme hill (or stone beach) not far away. And, under spawn you’ll find lapis lazuli, redstone, iron and coal. Here’s the seed and what you need to know to quickly find all of it.
This Minecraft seed has some beautiful landscape features that are right near the spawn point. Beyond the generated landscape features, there’s also a village directly in front of the spawn point upon a plain. It is a small village with just a few structures and villagers including a blacksmith. The blacksmith’s chest does have some armor and other items worth stopping by for.