Mgville: My relatives and I had a lot of fun with this one in multiplayer, there's a large ocean, and a considerable snow biome, with some good mountains thrown in and a lavaflow near one of the corners.
Nitsua: Large but manageable lake, with many other small lakes, connections,and islands. Also has some fairly good mountains/hills.
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I know theres a few above but anyone know one with a good balance of mountains/water/forest and lava?
Im making a dwarven kingdom and getting lava/water down into it is going to be a challenge since alot of the seeds have little of each. I guess i could run a channel from under the ocean into it, so waters not as hard to accomplish as lava.
But the lava i need to channel down into a forge (lake with a few lava falls) so somewhere where there are lavafalls near either waterfalls or a body of water would be great.
Ofcourse this is all pointless if its not near/next to a mountain, as although a large part of it will be underground the entrances ect need to be somewhere.
This is the first map I've found that has a naturally formed cave! Cave is located in a huge mountain and Inside the cave is a waterfall. As for the rest of the map it's mostly flat grass land with trees.
I know this sounds big headed but lets face it we have all tried it EPIC HILLS AND VALLEYS I don't like to toot my own horn but b33p b33p, NOTE: when you spawn turn left a little then walk forward away from the edge of the map, enjoy =D