Minecraft Seed - I’m writing this in a Starbucks
’m writing this in a Starbucks is a unique seed with lots of surprises. There are a countless amount of underwater structures to explore, along with a few on dry land. This seed is made up of different islands that are all in swimming distance.
I am writing this in a Starbucks is a unique seed made up of different islands, similar to a survival island map. When you first spawn, you are on a very small island with a shipwreck on the shore. As always, you will find a chest filled with loot on the ship, but it does take some digging around in the sand to find the chest. Also on the island, there is a decently small cave. The cave is not deep, but there are some iron and coal ore that can be mined.
Facing east on the island, you will see a different island with a village onshore. This island can easily be swam to. The village is pretty large, so you will find chests that can be looted. Along with the chests, other things that can be found around this village are a farm, hay bales, animals, an iron golem, and lots of useful blocks that can be collected throughout the houses. This village is unique as it is built upon a small island, it is a very secluded village.
South of the spawn island, you will see an island with a lot of trees. This island is also in swimming distance. Here you will find wood, a much-needed resource. There are lots of birch and oak wood trees. There also happens to be a small island right next door that has a second shipwreck onshore. It is worth swimming over there as there are some chests onboard.
Even though there are a lot of cool things above water in this seed, you also need to go underwater. West of the spawn island, you will see a structure underwater in the distance. This structure is a guardian temple. Guardian temples are heavy protected by hostile mobs. While it can be extremely hard to make your way through a guardian temple, it is always worth it, because inside you will find many gold blocks that can be mined. The temples are also completely underwater, which adds another obstacle. On the ocean floor next to the temple, there is a third shipwreck with chests onboard.
Surprisingly, there is a second guardian temple. Next to the island with the village, you will see the second temple glowing in the water.
This seed is very unique and enjoyable. It is great for a specific type of survival, like survival island, but would not be the best for a regular survival world. There are lots of underwater structures, such as two guardian temples and over four shipwrecks. There is a large village on a separate island very close to spawn. This seed is great for Minecraft players of any experience.
This seed is for Minecraft 1.14.4.
Pros of I am writing this in a Starbucks: Minecraft Seed
- Very unique seed, you can usually only find maps like this on an adventure map.
- The seed features two guardian temples in close proximity, which is not common.
- There is a village close to spawn and countless shipwrecks where you can find loot.
Cons of I am writing this in a Starbucks: Minecraft Seed
- The island you spawn on does not have trees, you have to swim in order to find some.
- Not many large caves are around, which is hard for mining.
- Not many places to build a base.
How to use I’m writing this in a Starbucks - Minecraft Seed
If you would like to use I am writing this in a Starbucks on your own singleplayer world, it’s easy! All you have to know is one simple strand of numbers called a seed. For I am writing this in a Starbucks, the seed will be -1755163591. Here are the steps on how to use this seed!
- Open Minecraft 1.14.4.
- Click on “Singleplayer”, then “Create New World”
- Select “More World Options…”
- In the textbox labeled “Seed for the World Generator” paste these numbers:-1755163591.
- Click “Create New World” once again, and you will have I am writing this in a Starbucks on your own singleplayer world!
- For a smoother gaming experience, try out Optifine for Minecraft version 1.14.4!
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