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Deep Dark
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Type

Underground

Rarity

Rare

Temperature

0.8

Structures

Ancient City

Blocks

Sculk
Sculk Vein
Sculk Sensor
Sculk Catalyst
Sculk Shrieker

Grass color


 #91BD59

Foliage color


 #77AB2F

Water color


 #3F76E4

The deep dark is a cave biome that generates deep underground in the Overworld.

Description

The deep dark is an Overworld biome that generates deep underground in areas with low erosion. This biome is often covered in large patches of sculk blocks surrounded by sculk veins, which include sculk-related blocks such as sculk shriekers, sculk sensors and sculk catalysts. No mobs spawn in this biome, but if a player triggers a sculk shrieker a certain amount of times, the warden may appear, giving the player the Darkness effect. This is the only biome where ancient cities can generate. This biome is very dimly lit as there's no glow lichen, with the only natural light sources being sculk catalysts and lava. Mineshafts can't generate in this biome, and they're prevented from intersecting if a mineshaft generates in a nearby biome.

Data values

ID

Java Edition

NameIdentifierTranslation key
Deep Darkdeep_darkbiome.minecraft.deep_dark

Bedrock Edition

NameIdentifierNumeric ID
[No displayed name]deep_dark?

History

October 3, 2020The Deep Dark biome is announced at Minecraft Live 2020.
Upcoming Java Edition
1.19Deep Dark Experimental Snapshot 1Added the deep dark biome.
22w11aAdded the deep dark biome into normal snapshot.
Sculk patches in the deep dark now also replace part of the terrain's walls or ceilings, and are larger in general.
Ancient cities in the deep dark from the Experimental Snapshot 1 have not been implemented.
22w13aAncient cities now generate inside the deep dark.
22w19aMineshafts can no longer intersect the deep dark biome.
Bedrock Edition
Wild Update
(Experimental)
beta 1.18.30.28Added the deep dark biome.
beta 1.18.30.32Ancient cities now generate inside the deep dark.
Upcoming Bedrock Edition
1.19.0beta 1.19.0.20Deep dark biome are now available without enabling experimental gameplay.

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