The Overworld is the dimension Dimensions may refer to: The Overworld - The starting dimension in Minecraft. The Nether - The hellish dimension accessible by entering a nether portal from the Overworld. The End - The dimension with floating end in which all players The Player Health points 20 () Armor points Varies Attack strength Fist: 1 () Items: Varies Size Height: 1.8 Blocks Width: 0.6 Blocks While sneaking: Height: 1.65 Blocks Width: 0.6 Blocks While gliding: Height: 0.6 begin their Minecraft Minecraft Author(s) Mojang AB (Credits) Markus "Notch" Persson (Creator) Jens "Jeb" Bergensten (Lead Developer) Jon "jonkagstrom" Kågström (AI Programmer) Nathan "Dinnerbone" Adams Erik "Grum" Broes Michael "Searge" Stoyke Thomas "ProfMobius" Guimbretière Agnes "LadyAgnes" Larsson Maria journey.
The Overworld is created by default upon creating a new world. Other dimensions, such as the Nether A view of the Nether. The Nether is a hell-like dimension, filled with fire, lava, and dangerous mobs. Contents 1 Accessing 2 Environment 2.1 Mobs 3 Generation 3.1 Naturally generated 3.2 Naturally created 3.3 Structures and the End See the dimension. For the achievement, see Achievements#The End.. For the advancement, see Advancements#The End. A view of the central End island. The ender dragon can be seen flying around obsidian pillars, , will only be created upon accessing the proper portals Portal may refer to: Nether portal – the specific formation of obsidian blocks that create the structure used to travel to the Nether. Nether Portal (block) – the purple, indestructible, transparent, vortex-animated block that fills .
New worlds in Minecraft are generated through the use of seeds, which are typically a random number that is used as a starting point for the world generation formula. If given a non-integer input (such as the word "Glacier"), the seed input is converted into the corresponding integer (such as 1772835215).
Seeds will generate almost exactly the same world every time, given the same game version This is not an official version history or changelog. For the official list, please visit the Minecraft website. For versions 1.11 and prior, please check the Mojang website. For versions prior to Beta 1.8, please and the same world type World Type is an option to change how worlds generate in Minecraft. Contents 1 World types 1.1 Computer and Pocket Editions 1.2 Computer and Console Editions 1.3 Computer Edition exclusive 1.4 Pocket Edition exclusive 1.5 . Although the exact spawn point See the natural spawning of players and mobs. For mob spawners, see Monster Spawner. For the player, see The Player. This article needs updating. Description: Rabbits now spawn in deserts with new varies, the coordinates X, Y and Z coordinate on a Minecraft map. Coordinates numerically represent your location in a Minecraft world. They are based on a grid where three lines or axes intersect at the origin point. Players of all terrain featuresSpecial attraction will remain the same.
The Overworld is an incredibly complex environment with a wide variety of features.
The Overworld is subdivided into biomes A river bisecting a jungle biome. At the top right is a forest. A river running through a mesa biome with mesa plateaus, with a savanna biome in the bottom right. “ In case you . The current biome determines almost all physical aspects of the terrain. Biomes may vary widely based on size, and almost all biomes have several different variations of themselves. Biomes also influence which mobs "Monster" redirects here. For the mob called "monster" in the code, see Human. Mobs are living, moving game entities. The term "mob" is short for "mobile". 1] Contents 1 Spawning 2 Behavior 3 List of may spawn, and affects environmental behaviors such as weather Weather shown in 2 biomes Weather in Minecraft consists of occasional precipitation and storms that are temporary but global. 1] Contents 1 Behavior 2 Effects 2.1 Rain 2.2 Snow 2.3 Thunderstorm 2.3.1 Lightning 3 Video .
The Overworld is comprised of several unique terrain patterns, known as structures, that vary widely depending on the seed and the biome. While specific structures are unique to each world, they can be categorized by comparing them to a real-world equivalent, such as mountains, caves A dark cave with a Zombie. Caves (also known as tunnels or caverns) are commonly-found underground structures generated in the Overworld (and, to a lesser extent, the Nether). Contents 1 Generation 2 Structure 2.1 Hollow , and lakes. "Impossible" formations, such as floating islands, can also be found throughout the Overworld.
Along with terrain features, natural structures include naturally-generated buildings, such as villages Village Biome Plains, desert, savanna, taiga Consists of See Structure Can generate post-generation No First appearances See History See villages. For how to build the natural village style, see Village Blueprints. “ , dungeons Dungeon Biome Any Consists of Cobblestone Moss Stone Monster Spawner Chest Can generate post-generation No First appearances See history Dungeons are naturally generated structures that appear in the Overworld. Contents 1 Generation 2 Structure 2.1 , and mineshafts Abandoned mineshaft Biome Any Consists of Wooden Planks Fence Rail Torch Cobweb Dirt Monster Spawner Minecart with Chest Can generate post-generation No First appearances See history "Mine" redirects here. For information about mining, see Mining. .
The Overworld is the only dimension Dimensions may refer to: The Overworld - The starting dimension in Minecraft. The Nether - The hellish dimension accessible by entering a nether portal from the Overworld. The End - The dimension with floating end with a day-night cycle, and thus, time.
During the daytime, the sun The sun. The sun is a celestial body that provides light and life for the Minecraft world. Contents 1 Daytime 2 Sunlight 2.1 Effects on mobs 3 History 4 Issues 5 Trivia 6 Gallery 7 acts as a powerful light Light (or lighting) in Minecraft affects visibility, mob spawning, and plant growth. Contents 1 Brightness 1.1 Spread 2 Sources of light 2.1 Blocks 2.2 Other 3 Light-filtering blocks 4 Effects of light 4.1 Mobs 4.2 source, with a light level of 15, the maximum. Sunlight is strong enough to grow plants and affect the way mobs "Monster" redirects here. For the mob called "monster" in the code, see Human. Mobs are living, moving game entities. The term "mob" is short for "mobile". 1] Contents 1 Spawning 2 Behavior 3 List of spawn, among other interesting effects. During the nighttime, the moon A full moon. The moon is a celestial body that appears during the Minecraft night. Contents 1 Nighttime 1.1 Stars 2 Phases 2.1 Effects on mobs 3 History 4 Issues 5 Trivia 6 Gallery 7 is the only natural light Light (or lighting) in Minecraft affects visibility, mob spawning, and plant growth. Contents 1 Brightness 1.1 Spread 2 Sources of light 2.1 Blocks 2.2 Other 3 Light-filtering blocks 4 Effects of light 4.1 Mobs 4.2 source. Be that as it may, moonlight is comparatively dim; the light level will fall to a minimum of 4, allowing hostile mobs to spawn. It is only during nighttime that players may sleep in a bed Bed Type Block Entity Physics No Transparency Yes Luminance No Blast resistance 1 Hardness 0.2 Tool Any tool Renewable Yes Stackable No Flammable PC: No, but catches fire from lava PE: No First appearances See .
The day-night cycle can effectively be measured using a clock Clock Type Tools Durability N/A Renewable Yes Stackable Yes (64) First appearances See History Data value dec: 347 hex: 15B bin: 101011011 Name clock See the in-game item. For the redstone circuit, see clock circuit. , which allows players to determine the approximate Minecraft time from any location in the Overworld. Time can also be sped up with the use of the
The sun rises in the east and sets in the west, just as it does in the real world. Observing its motion is a simple method of telling direction without a compass Compass Type Tools Durability N/A Renewable Yes Stackable Yes (64) First appearances See history Data value dec: 345 hex: 159 bin: 101011001 Name compass Compasses are an item used to point to the world spawn. Contents 1 Obtaining .
The Overworld is home to a wide variety of mobs "Monster" redirects here. For the mob called "monster" in the code, see Human. Mobs are living, moving game entities. The term "mob" is short for "mobile". 1] Contents 1 Spawning 2 Behavior 3 List of . Mobs may spawn depending on the light level and the biome, among other factors. They vary widely in behavior and the level of danger they present to the player. Mobs from other dimensions, such as the Nether A view of the Nether. The Nether is a hell-like dimension, filled with fire, lava, and dangerous mobs. Contents 1 Accessing 2 Environment 2.1 Mobs 3 Generation 3.1 Naturally generated 3.2 Naturally created 3.3 Structures , may use portals Portal may refer to: Nether portal – the specific formation of obsidian blocks that create the structure used to travel to the Nether. Nether Portal (block) – the purple, indestructible, transparent, vortex-animated block that fills to enter the Overworld, and vice versa. Be that as it may, boss mobs, such as the ender dragon Ender Dragon Health points 200 ( × 100) Attack strength Peaceful: 0 () Easy: 6 () Normal: 10 () Hard: 15 () Breath attack: 6 () after a half-second Exploding fireball attack: 12 () after and the wither Wither Health points 300 ( × 150) 600 ( × 300) Pocket edition only] Armor points 4 () Attack strength Easy: 5 () Normal: 8 () Hard: 12 () Size Height: 3.5 Blocks Width: 0.9 Blocks Spawn , cannot enter portals.
|Polar Bear||Enderman||Spider||Cave Spider|
|Zombie||Skeleton||Creeper||Slime||Witch||Zombie Villager||Silverfish||Guardian||Elder Guardian|
|Husk||Stray||Spider Jockey||Chicken Jockey||Skeleton Horseman||Vindicator||Evoker|
As with all other dimensions in the game, the Overworld can generate infinitely. Be that as it may, there are some limitations, as detailed below.
The Overworld encompasses the height limit (y=256), down to the Void (y=0), and extends for millions of blocks in every direction on the horizontal plane. Technically speaking, the world is generated through a process which creates multiple noise maps to create differing elevations, general chunk shapes, and complex mountain and cave systems.
Chunks are the method used by the world generator to divide maps into manageable pieces. Chunks measure 16 blocks wide, 16 blocks long, and 256 blocks high, for a total volume of 65,536 blocks. Chunks are generated around players when they first enter the world, and as they wander around the world, new chunks are generated as needed. By adjusting the render distance, the player can adjust the number of chunks that will be loaded into memory, ranging from 25 chunks up to 1089.
Only chunks within the set range may have activity (mobs spawning, trees growing, water flowing, dropped items disappearing etc.), while chunks outside of this range are inactive, and are stored on the disk; this type of management is required so that players` computers do not need to track hundreds or thousands of blocks and entities at once. Note that this does not apply to spawn chunks, which will always experience activity regardless of how far away the player travels.
While the world is essentially infinite, the number of blocks the player may physically walk on is limited. The map contains a world border located by default at +/- 29,999,984 X/Z. The world border is an animated wall of blue stripes; as you approach, the edges of the screen will tint red for several seconds. Most entities are unable to pass the border, except through teleporting. Players who breach the border will receive constant damage, unless they are in Creative mode.
In the Xbox 360 Edition, PlayStation 3 Edition, PlayStation Vita Edition, and Wii U Edition, the Overworld is limited to 864⃗864 blocks. Additionally, in the Xbox One Edition, PlayStation 4 Edition and Nintendo Switch Edition, the player is able to further select the size of their worlds, from Small (1024⃗1024), Medium (3072⃗3072), and Large (5120⃗5120, Switch excluded). The edges of these worlds are surrounded by an endless sea of water, preceded by an invisible barrier.
|I||Has a different ID as an inventory item.|
|D||Use the item`s Damage field to define its durability.|
|S||Requires additional data from the saved game`s Data array to fully define the block.|
|B||Requires additional data in the item`s Damage field to fully define the inventory item.|
|E||Requires a block entity to store additional data.|
|Red||Cannot be legitimately obtained. Only available using the |
|Light Blue||Cannot be obtained no matter what.(Some can be placed using |
|Blue||Available in Creative mode by item list.|
|Purple||Available in Creative mode by block picking.|
|Teal||Can be obtained by trading with villagers or in Creative mode.|
|Green||Only available by having Enchanted tools or in Creative mode.|
|Lime Green||Only available by having Enchanted tools or via use of |
"Naturally generated" includes blocks that are created through the world seed.
|1||1||minecraft:stone||Stone S B|
|3||3||minecraft:dirt||Dirt S B|
|12||C||minecraft:sand||Sand S B|
|17||11||minecraft:log||Wood S B|
|18||12||minecraft:leaves||Leaves S B|
|21||15||minecraft:lapis_ore||Lapis Lazuli Ore|
|24||18||minecraft:sandstone||Sandstone S B|
|31||1F||minecraft:tallgrass||Grass S B|
|38||26||minecraft:red_flower||Flower S B|
|78||4E||minecraft:snow_layer||Snow S B|
|83||53||minecraft:reeds||Sugar Cane I S|
|99||63||minecraft:brown_mushroom_block||Brown Mushroom (block) S|
|100||64||minecraft:red_mushroom_block||Red Mushroom (block) S|
|127||7F||minecraft:cocoa||Cocoa I S|
|159||9F||minecraft:stained_hardened_clay||Stained Clay S B|
|161||A1||minecraft:leaves2||Leaves (Acacia/Dark Oak) S B|
|162||A2||minecraft:log2||Wood (Acacia/Dark Oak) S B|
|175||AF||minecraft:double_plant||Large Flowers S B|
Naturally created means a combination of events that cause a new block to be placed by natural causes, not the player. Some of these blocks may also be created as part of world generation.
|1||1||minecraft:stone||Stone S B|