The tundra/arctic biome is barren wasteland of snow and ice that doesn't serve much of a purpose other than to get snow for snow golems. I think this is a cool biome that is completely overlooked due to the lack of content. The only mobs that specifically spawn there are stray and polar bears. Tundras irl have, like many biomes, a diverse ecosystem with many different plants and animals. I prepose that more gets added such as snowy owls, elk, penguins etc. I also think that foxes should get a coat change to white when they enter it. I also think there should be added structures like an ice temple or an abandoned adventurer's hut.
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Aug 16, 2019Posted in: Suggestions
So you know how in real life when lightning hits water it spreads through? Well, what if that happened in Minecraft. Hear me out, if lightning hits a body of water it spreads out and deals damage to anything touching the water. As it goes farther, it deals less damage.
Like adjacent mobs would take 10 damage, mobs two tiles away would take 9, three away would take 8, and so on and so forth. I think it would add an interesting obstacle and a but more realism to the game.
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