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Woodland mansions generate rarely in Roofed Forest Biomes. The mansion consists of several dimly-lit rooms which may contain vindicators and evokers. There are many different types of rooms, including flower rooms, bedrooms, storage rooms, and rooms with statues of evokers holding Torches, Chickens, and/or Cats.
Woodland mansions are found only in the roofed forest biome. However, they generate very rarely, and as such, can be difficult to find. A good way to find a woodland mansion is to get a woodland Exploration Map from a cartographer Villager through Trading. The map will show a player a woodland mansion location. However, it will not always show the closest one to a player. You can also find it with command /locate. Then you should select the woodland mansion option with your [TAB] button. It shows the coordinates of the mansion.
- Like End Cities, the rooms inside of woodland mansions are based on "structures," so one can recreate certain room types through the use of Structure Blocks if one knows the wanted room's "technical name."
- More illager mobs might be added in the near future and may spawn in other rooms in this structure.
- It is possible to also find what appears to be an Illager's head and arms made out of various dyed Wool blocks inside of the mansion, which contains a Lapis Lazuli block hidden inside.
- A Woodland Mansion's overworld coordinates are often equivalent to the Nether Fortress' coordinates.
- However, this is only a one-way correlation, since not every fortress will link to a mansion and vice-versa.
- The most optimal place to light a portal is the second floor's roof.
- One of the rooms include watermelon and pumpkin farm.
- There are 52 rooms that could generate in a Woodland mansion
- Not all will generate in the same mansion.
- Not all woodland mansion rooms will generate visable. Some are hidden behind walls and the player will have to break the walls to get access to them.