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OVERWORLD BIOMES – The more you get to know the different biomes, the easier you will find it to navigate between them and make the most of the resources they offer. Let's take a closer look at what you can expect to find.
|— Minecraft Legends:
A Hero's Guide to Saving the Overworld
A biome is a region in a world with distinct geographical features, terrain, mobs, foliage, and more. A total of ten biomes exist in Minecraft Legends.
List of biomes
|Badlands are dry plateaued biomes that feature tar pits, the biome becomes more forested at lower elevation, large skeleton structures can also be found in these lower sections.
|Dry savannas are dry biomes populated with dying coral-like trees. The biome is mostly flat but can feature sparse large plateaus.
|The fatelands are a flat biome composed entirely of occasional trees and towering rock formations, each of which contain a square hole at its peak. This biome always spawns in the center of the world only.
|Forests are somewhat dense biomes filled with short, thin trees, many of which have orange and red leaves.
|Jagged peaks are comprised of large stone mountains blanketed with snow and populated by thin spruce trees.
|Jungles are populated by thick tall trees, the leaves of which form a canopy that covers the majority of the ground. The ground is filled with plants and foliage.
|Meadows are flat grassland biomes populated by sparsely placed trees and long winding rivers. Small clusters of stone are also found scattered around.
|Swamps are moist biomes largely dominated by bodies of water, large types of fungi can be found here, some of which emit light.
|Tundras are a flat biome covered with snow and populated by geysers. The edges of rivers are frozen over and ice cactus-like formations can be found.
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