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MCwiki admin. Hobbies include correcting errant wikifiddlings, excavating excessively large mines, not sleeping, and existential crises.
Im a shitty admin.
 
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Project pages:<br />
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[[/blocks|block/material data]]<br />
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[[/mobs|mob drops]]<br />
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[[/chests|chest contents]]<br />
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[[/biomes|biome data]]
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1.5 altitude graphs:
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<gallery>
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File:Block layers overworld 1.5.svg
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File:Block layers structures 1.5.svg
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File:Block layers nether 1.5.svg
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File:Block layers end 1.5.svg
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</gallery>
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1.4 altitude graphs:
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<gallery>
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File:Block layers overworld 1.4.svg
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File:Block layers structures 1.4.svg
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File:Block layers nether 1.4.svg
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File:Block layers end 1.4.svg
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</gallery>
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1.3 altitude graphs:
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<gallery>
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File:Block layers overworld 1.3.svg
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File:Block layers structures 1.3.svg
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File:Block layers nether 1.3.svg
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File:Block layers end 1.3.svg
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</gallery>
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The increased altitude of jungle hills biomes is noticeable, as wood can be found up to layer 144, compared to layer 133 in 1.2 .
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1.2 altitude graphs:
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<gallery>
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File:Block layers overworld 1.2.svg
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File:Block layers structures 1.2.svg
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File:Block layers nether 1.2.svg
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File:Block layers end 1.2.svg
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</gallery>
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Most notable change from 1.1 is the amount of wood; jungles contain a '''lot''' of it. Also less low-level lava, and no more holes in the layer-0 bedrock. Nether, End, and generated structures are essentially unchanged.
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1.1 altitude graphs:
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<gallery>
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File:Blockcount 1.1.png
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File:Blockcount structures 1.1.png
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File:Blockcount nether 1.1.png
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File:Blockcount end 1.1.png
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</gallery>

Revision as of 22:14, 10 June 2014

MCwiki admin. Hobbies include correcting errant wikifiddlings, excavating excessively large mines, not sleeping, and existential crises.

Project pages:
block/material data
mob drops
chest contents
biome data


1.5 altitude graphs:

1.4 altitude graphs:

1.3 altitude graphs:

The increased altitude of jungle hills biomes is noticeable, as wood can be found up to layer 144, compared to layer 133 in 1.2 .

1.2 altitude graphs:

Most notable change from 1.1 is the amount of wood; jungles contain a lot of it. Also less low-level lava, and no more holes in the layer-0 bedrock. Nether, End, and generated structures are essentially unchanged.

1.1 altitude graphs: