So in Minecraft recently I started a purely vanilla survival world. Because when my computer was reset to stop some lag all my saves got deleted. So what have I been doing in this world? I have found a really cool seed in 18w03b the seed is 7804441088569078497 just check out the awesome village near spawn! And if you go south of the world spawn you find a desert with a village. Also has a spider dungeon but you'll have to find that yourself so yeah and I found a villager with depth strider (Ready for update aquatic!) and I build a really nice house (with screenshots) its not done but its nice and I want to know what you are doing in survival. Are you getting ready for update aquatic? Or are you preparing to kill the enderdragon? Did you just make a world and you need iron tools?
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Probably the most interesting things I've seen was a rocky floating island in a valley that had a couple waterfalls coming off of it. In the same world I found a pyramid that was missing the bottom where the TNT is, but had the chests. The reason the bottom was missing is because a pool of lava ate it.
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On a small SMP server, built a villager breeder, super efficient hostile mob farm, built up a small cottage and started moving my storage in. Once I get my hands onto slime balls I'll start a large array of technical projects most likely.
The most recent thing I've done is punch a hole in the bedrock roof of the nether using the dragon egg, since I heard they were going to nerf that in the next release. Haven't built anything up there yet, except a star to mark the location, but I wanted it to be available for future projects.
Hole in bedrock with top of ladder directly under the star. The top of the nether above the bedrock ceiling is completely flat. The only thing you'll find are mushrooms. It's quite peaceful up here (no mobs, since they don't spawn on bedrock).
My last major project was my MobFall darkroom spawner that has eight 19x19 floors flushed by a single water source block. It traps all the typical dark spawning overworld mobs (even endermen) and produces 14 different drops.
MobFall gives me loads of gunpowder, bones, arrows, string and rotten flesh, along with smaller quantities of redstone, glowstone, sugar, glass bottles, sticks, spider eyes, ender pearls, raw chicken and feathers.