Akkala Korok Seeds
Collect Korok Seeds to give to Hestu, the lovable Korok in the Korok Forest located inside the Lost Woods. In exchange, Hestu grants Link additional inventory slots allowing him to carry additional weapons, shields, and bows.
Akkala Korok Seed 1
Location: Beneath Akkala Span, on top of the broken pillar, there is a flat rock covering a rock. Use Stasis then strike the flat rock to send it flying or attach a few octo balloons and it will float away without decreasing your weapons durability. Lift the rock to reveal the hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 2
Location: On the peak between Akkala Span, south of Akkala Bridge Ruins and west of South Akkala Plains is a petroglyph puzzle. Head down the peak towards the Decayed Guardian and return with a rock to complete the puzzle and reveal the Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 3
Location: On the plateau east of South Akkala Plains is a metal door. Use Magnesis to move it away revealing the rock underneath. Lift the rock to reveal the hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 4
Location: In the trees along the south side of Akkala Citadel Ruins is a pile of leaves. Burn them to reveal a rock. Lift the rock to reveal the hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 5
Location: To the south of Akkala Citadel Ruins are four cannons facing South. Between the second and third cannons is a rock. Lift the rock to reveal the hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 6
Location: In the trees to the West of the Akkala Citadel Ruins is a pile of leaves. Burn them to reveal a rock. Lift the rock to reveal a hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 7
Location: In the trees to the north of Akkala Citadel Ruins is a pile of leaves. Burn them to reveal a hidden rock. Lift the rock to reveal the hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 8
Location: Slightly northeast of the Akkala Korok Seed 7 is a metal door along the side of the structure. Use Magnesis to lift it to reveal a rock. Lift the rock to reveal a hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 9
Location: In the eastern portion of Torin Wetlands are some stone ruins. At the top of the ruins near the Decayed Guardian is a rock. Lift the rock to reveal a hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 10
Location: On the hill northeast of Tarrey Town is a petroglyph puzzle. Find the missing rock (head towards the orange bushes nearby) and return it to complete the rock circle to reveal a hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 11
Location: On the east side of the bride to Tarrey Town is a flower trail. Follow it down along the right side of the bridge to reveal a hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 12
Location: On the south side of Mija’s Great Fairy Fountain is a flower puzzle. Trigger them in order (the last one is in a nearby tree) to reveal a hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 13
Location: East of Dah Hesho Shrine, on the north side of Kaepora Pass are three apple trees. Use arrows to shoot down the apples to make all three trees identical to reveal a hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 14
Location: Slightly northwest of Dah Hesho Shrine is an offering puzzle. Place an apple in the empty tray of the middle statue to reveal a hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 15
Location: On the east island of Akkala Falls is a Rock Throw (Rock Circle) puzzle. Nearby are three rocks in the grass. Throw one rock into the circle to reveal a hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 16
Location: Beneath the eastern end of West Sokkala Bridge is a rock. Lift the rock to reveal a hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 17
Location: On the south Ukuku Plains near the east side of the southern trees is a pinwheel. Just before the entrance to the tunnel here, look up to the north. Approach the pinwheel and face west to find the targets. Hit all three targets to reveal a hidden Korok. The third balloon is deep in the trees to the west, at the very edge of arrow range.
Akkala Korok Seed 18
Location: On the southwest portion of Ulria Grotto, at the northeast base of Ploymus Mountain is a large boulder with a rock underneath. Use Statis on the boulder then strike it with a weapon to reveal the rock below. Lift the rock to reveal a hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 19
Location: To the east of Akkala Korok Seed 18 is a cluster of trees. Climb the largest tree and examine the sparks at the top to reveal a hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 20
Location: On the round grassy knoll south east of Ulria Groto is a trail of moving sparks. Examine them to reveal a hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 21
Location: North and slightly east of Ke’nai Shakah Shrine is an apple tree puzzle. Use arrows to remove the extra apples from the middle tree so it is identical to its neighboring trees to reveal a hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 22
Location: Near the ruins, across the trail and northeast of Mija’s Great Fairy Fountain, is a tree stump. Stand on it to reveal a circular target 10 second away. Run up the ruins and paraglide into it to reveal a hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 23
Location: On the north side of the ruins northeast of the Great Fairy Fountain is a flower trail. Follow it to the ruins at the base of Rist Peninsula reveal a hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 24
Location: A block puzzle is found at the base of Rist Peninsula. The missing block is high on the stone pillars nearby. Complete the block puzzle to reveal a hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 25
Location: Behind Ritaag Zumo Shrine at the center of Rist Peninsula is a pile of leaves. Burn the leaves to reveal a hidden rock. Lift the rock to reveal a hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 26
Location: On the eastern peak of Ulri mountain is is an apple tree puzzle. On the westernmost tree, remove the highest and three lowest apples using an arrow to reveal a hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 27
Location: On the westernmost peak of Ulri Mountain is a pile of leaves. Burn the leaves to reveal a hidden rock. Lift the rock to reveal a hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 28
Location: At the northern part of Kanalet Ridge, beneath the road by the large rock is a moving sparks puzzle. Examine them to reveal a hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 29
Location: In among the northernmost trees of Shadow Pass, go to the tallest conifer. Climb to the top and examine the sparks to reveal a hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 30
Location: At the western edge of Ordorac Quarry is a block puzzle. The missing block is on a ridge to the left of the puzzle (as you face it). Solve the puzzle to reveal a hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 31
Location: Just southwest of Tutsuwa Nima Shrine is a rock by the edge of the river. Lift the rock to reveal a hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 32
Location: At the southeast edge of Ordorac Quarry is a block puzzle. Use Magnesis to complete the puzzle and reveal a hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 33
Location: On top of the small rise between Ordorac Quarry and East Akkala Plains is a trail of moving sparks in the flowered portion of the grassy area. Examine the moving sparks to reveal a hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 34
Location: Halfway between Ordorac Quarry and East Akkala Beach, in the scattered trees east of the road, is a tree stump puzzle. Get to the circle before time runs out to reveal a hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 35
Location: At the eastern cliffs of East Akkala Beach, just southeast of the trees is a pinwheel. Stand nearby and hit the tree targets with arrows. Once complete, a hidden Korok will appear.
Akkala Korok Seed 36
Location: At the shoreline between East Akkala Beach and North Akkla Beach is a block puzzle. The missing block is underwater nearby. Use Magnesis to solve the puzzle to reveal the hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 37
Location: On the cliffs east of Katosa Aug Shrine is a petroglyph puzzle. The missing rock is just north of the ring. Return it to its place to reveal a hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 38
Location: In the trees in the southwest edge of North Akkala Foothill, west of East Akkala Stable, is a flower puzzle. Trigger the flowers in order to reveal a hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 39
Location: In among the trees, southwest of Akkala Korok Seed 38 is a pile of leaves. Burn the leaves to reveal a hidden rock. Lift the rock to reveal a hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 40
Location: In the trees northwest of North Akkala Valley is an acorn in a fallen log. Hit the acorn with an arrow to reveal a hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 41
Location: Standing on the southwest peak at the southeastern edge of Rock Woods and looking at the northeast peak, Link will find a floating target. Hit it with an arrow to reveal a hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 42
Location: At the center of Rok Woods is a large tree with a thick trunk. Climb the tree to find a rock. Lift the rock to reveal a hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 43
Location: At the west edge of Rok Woods is a large flat rock with a rock underneath. Attach Octo Balloons or use Stasis and strike it so it lifts away. Lift the rock to reveal a hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 44
Location: On a ridge directly southwest of Zuna Kai Shrine is a tree stump race. Wait until you have Revali’s Gale before attempting this one. Reach the yellow circle target before time runs out to reveal a hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 45
Location: On the northern edge of the ridge between Gut Check Rock and Skull Lake is a tree with a large trunk. Climb the tree to find the rock. Lift the rock to reveal a hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 46
Location: On the ridge north of Skull Lake is a petroglyph puzzle. The missing rock is near the camp on the ridge above. Carefully return the rock to its place in the circle and a hidden Korok appears.
Akkala Korok Seed 47
Location: Directly east of Akkala Korok Seed 46 is a large boulder surrounded by red stones. Use Stasis to launch the stone out of the way to reveal a rock underneath. Lift the rock to reveal the hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 48
Location: On the ridge north of Tempest Gulch is a large flat rock. Use Stasis and strike it so it lifts away or attach Octo Balloons so it floats away to reveal a rock underneath. Lift the rock to reveal a hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 49
Location: At the northernmost tree in Akkala Wilds is a flower puzzle. Trigger the flowers in ascending order to reveal a hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 50
Location: On the western edge of Tumlea Heights are several large boulders. Using Stasis, strike it to guide it along the path towards the hole surrounded by trees. Place the boulder in the hole to reveal a hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 51
Location: At the westernmost trees in Tumlea Heights is a pile of leaves surrounded by orange bushes. Burn the leaves to reveal a hidden rock. Lift the rock to reveal a hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 52
Location: At the easternmost cliff of Tumlea Heights is a tree stump race. Trigger the target by standing on the tree stump and paraglide east before time runs out to reveal a hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 53
Location: Just west of Akkala Ancient Tech Lab is a pile of decayed guardians. A rock is found on the ground by the westernmost decayed guardian. Lift the rock to reveal the hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 54
Location: At the very top of Akkala Ancient Tech Lab is a deck with a chair and umbrella. Examine the moving sparks on the chair to reveal a hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 55
Location: At the beach northwest of Akkala Ancient Tech Lab is a bombable wall. Use a Remote Bomb to blow it up and lift the rock to reveal a hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 56
Location: East of Akkala Ancient Tech Lab are some islands containing a flower trail puzzle. Trigger them in ascending order to reveal a hidden Korok.
Akkala Korok Seed 57
Location: Northeast of Akkala ancient tech lab is a hollow round island. There’s a flat stone covering a hidden rock. Use Stasis to strike it away or attach Octo Balloons to lift it away. Lift the rock to reveal a hidden Korok.
Dive: Command a cliff racer to dive bomb an enemy, dealing [2697 / 2728 / 2756 / 2785] Magic Damage. If you are more than 7 meters away from the target, you set them Off Balance for 7 seconds. Cutting Dive: Cost: 2295 Stamina .
Command a cliff racer to dive bomb an enemy, dealing 2789 Bleed Damage. If you are more than 7 meters away from the target, you set them Off Balance for 7 seconds. If the enemy is already Off Balance, the cliff racer rips through them, causing them to bleed for [2804 / 2829 / 2866 / 2891] Bleed Damage over 7 seconds. This effect can stack. Screaming Cliff Racer: Command a cliff racer to dive bomb an enemy, dealing [2789 / 2820 / 2851 / 2882] Magic Damage. If you are more than 7 meters away from the target, you set them Off Balance for 7 seconds. Deals up to 15% more damage based on how far away the enemy is.
Dive summons a Cliff Racer to attack your enemies. This takes the form of a single Magic Damage strike against one target. (The Cliff Racer disappears immediately after it strikes.) The Cutting Dive morph changes this to Physical Damage and the cost to Stamina , while Screaming Cliff Racer increases the damage based on distance, dealing up to 15% higher damage at the limits of its range.
The 25 best Minecraft seeds for 1.18: Cool Minecraft seeds for your latest adventures
Want to find the very best Minecraft 1.18 seeds? It’s certainly an exciting time to go looking for good seeds in Minecraft, because the release of Caves And Cliffs Part 2 has changed terrain generation in Minecraft forever. Nowadays mountains are higher, caves are deeper, and the infinite landscapes in every Minecraft world are more amazing and characterful than ever before.
In this guide you’ll find 25 of the best Minecraft seeds in 1.18.2, covering everything from gorgeous savannas and jungles to underground cave spawns, from easy diamond access to challenging island starts. Whatever you’re after, we’ve got the perfect seed for you.
Note: if you’re playing on mobile, Xbox, or anything else that doesn’t use Java, then check out our list of the best Minecraft Bedrock seeds for 1.18!
How to use Minecraft seeds
It’s very easy to use a Minecraft seed to create a new world. Here’s how to do it:
From the main menu, click Singleplayer, then Create New World, and then More World Options. Enter your chosen Minecraft seed into the black text box, and then click Create New World. Simple!
If you leave the seed box blank, then the game will randomly generate a seed for you, and then use that to generate your world. But if you want a particular world from the below list, you’ll need to input that world’s seed into this black box before you start your new game.
Best Minecraft seeds
Here are the very best Minecraft seeds for 1.18:
- Incredible Hollow Mountain Seed: 8486672581758651406
- Snowcapped Mountains Seed: -7649949940957896961
- Easy Diamonds Seed: -4361528937055201680
- Easy Diamonds 2 Seed: -7723232821704547830
- Easy Diamonds 3 Seed: -8169697951202909253
- Easy Diamonds 4 Seed: -198600772450851689
- Giant Cavern Spawn Seed: 7445395903252703439
- Savanna Hillside Village Seed: -698247204184653391
- Shipwreck Island Seed: -9142863513851137753
- Villages & Pyramids Seed: 6630997395534342573
- Flat Building Area Seed: 4504535438041489910
- Two-Tree Desert Island Seed: -7740300553320684095
- Instant Lush Caves Seed: -6002410844389446864
- Plains & Surface Lava Seed: -1718501946501227358
- Coastal Rock Formation Seed: 5662255238676129291
- Two-Tone Island Seed: 1664128793606897522
- Desert Badlands Coast Seed: 4479470260786833195
- Dripstone Ravine Seed: 821163920768877950
- Forest Cliffs Seed: -9163391121958459490
- Badlands Mountain Seed: -932245979383499761
- Old Growth Pine Taiga Seed: -5543523367840054503
- Ocean Of Ice Spikes Seed: -6909477426377259322
- Bamboo Jungle Seed: -4813269715648826820
- Savanna & Desert Village Seed: -184311627141651860
- Mooshroom Island Seed: 7749012223532925400
Below you can take a look at each of these seeds and hear more about why we consider them the best seeds we’ve ever come across in Minecraft 1.18.
Incredible Hollow Mountain | Seed: 8486672581758651406
Incredible Hollow Mountain
This is probably the most amazing Minecraft seed I’ve ever had the pleasure to come across. Here you’ll spawn in a Roofed Forest next to a mountain. Approach the mountain and you’ll find a crack in the side, which leads into a truly magical place. Turns out the entire mountain is hollow and filled with Lush Caves, stalactites, abandoned mineshafts, and all sorts of other weird and wonderful features leading all the way down to deepslate and beyond. It’s truly a sight to behold.
Snowcapped Mountains | Seed: -7649949940957896961
As you might guess, snowcapped mountains dominate the landscape in this Minecraft seed. Follow the strip of snow to the west and you’ll find the peaks only get higher and higher. But this is also a starting seed of lows as well as highs: right next to where you spawn is the opening to a colossal cave system which descends far below, all the way down to bedrock. Expect plenty of opportunities for early Minecraft diamond mining and enchanting here!
Easy Diamonds | Seed: -4361528937055201680
This lovely starting seed plants you on the border between a meadow and a savanna, atop one of Minecraft 1.18’s characterful new winding hills. But perhaps more excitingly, there are several prominent gaping holes in the ground around you, each of which leads far below sea level, through expansive caverns filled with dripstone, diamond, copper, and other useful resources.
Easy Diamonds 2 | Seed: -7723232821704547830
Easy Diamonds 2
What an aesthetically pleasing curve on that there ravine, don’t you agree? It’s like the entire landscape is smiling at you, beckoning you to climb inside its mouth and delve into the subterranean depths below. It’s always nice when you start next to the opening to such a giant cave system, because you can easily get down to the Y-Level you need and start strip-mining for diamonds and other essentials from day one.
Easy Diamonds 3 | Seed: -8169697951202909253
Easy Diamonds 3
A seed of towering heights and plummeting depths, this one. You’ll spawn on a forest next to an ominous snow-capped mountain, which makes for a pretty cool seed in itself. But the key here is to head down that tiny cave entrance right next to where you spawn. It may look like it leads nowhere at first, and then it’ll keep going, and going, and then it’ll suddenly widen out into a spectacular cavern which dips down to nearly bedrock level. From there you can easily find all the diamonds and other deep-world riches your heart desires.
Easy Diamonds 4 | Seed: -198600772450851689
Easy Diamonds 4
It’s not every day you can see the sunlight shining against deepslate. This Birch Forest seed plants you next to a gaping hole in the world, down which pours a waterfall from a nearby river. Follow the cave downward and you’ll quickly descend beyond Level 0 and into deepslate territory and far beyond. An excellent seed for fast diamond excavation if I’ve ever seen one.
Giant Cavern Spawn | Seed: 7445395903252703439
Giant Cavern Spawn
This incredible Minecraft seed provides an interesting challenge: how to get out of the giant cavern you’ve spawned in! That’s right, this seed spawns you at Y-Level 24, way below sea level, surrounded by winding cave systems and dripstone. You’ll need to show some serious spelunking skill if you want to climb out of this cavern in order to harvest your first planks of wood from the snowy plains high above.
Savanna Hillside Village | Seed: -698247204184653391
Savanna Hillside Village
What a great place for a village. This group of villagers decided to build their huts and structures spread out across the side of a large savanna hill, leading to a really lovely-looking landscape. But that’s not all: there’s also a gigantic stone-topped mountain that looms large over the village, so you can pick whether to expand the village or to rule above it with your first build.
Shipwreck Island | Seed: -9142863513851137753
I couldn’t not include this seed. You don’t get many tiny island starts in 1.18, because nowadays the game does a better job of placing you on the nearest bit of mainland instead. That’s why this curious seed made me pause. This is one of the smallest islands I’ve ever spawned on, a scant few sand blocks in width. Given the lack of trees nearby, any player spawning here would likely die – that is, if it weren’t for the shipwreck cresting above the water a short distance away, which gives you access to your precious first few planks of wood.
Villages & Pyramids | Seed: 6630997395534342573
Villages & Pyramids
This desert seed is absolutely littered with structures. You’ll start with two villages either side of you in close proximity, but have a wander around and you’ll find plenty more, alongside desert pyramids and even a temple or two in the jungles across the water. If you’re looking for early access to all sorts of useful contraptions and resources, then this is one of the best seeds we’ve found.
Flat Building Area | Seed: 4504535438041489910
Flat Building Area
If you’re looking for a nice, flat, beautiful area on which to construct a massive Minecraft build, then you’ll love this seed for its sheer simplicity. Here you begin your adventure atop a meadows hill with just a handful of trees dotted about for some easy initial wood. My favourite thing about this location is the way the rivers carve their way through the landscape, giving an otherwise uninteresting patch of land some incredible vistas – particularly if you play with some of the best Minecraft shaders enabled!
Two-Tree Desert Island | Seed: -7740300553320684095
Two-Tree Desert Island
For a more challenging starting seed, why not try out this desert island spawn? It’s actually a rather large starting island, but the fact that there are only a couple of trees across the entire landmass may make you ponder your chances of survival a little more.
Instant Lush Caves | Seed: -6002410844389446864
Instant Lush Caves
Above ground, this seed is nothing extraordinary (although it does feature some rather excellent ice spikes). What makes this seed a favourite is that you can easily delve below ground and find a massive, sprawling Lush Caves biome, covered in dripleaf and lichen and all sorts of other weird and wonderful subterranean 1.18 additions.
Plains & Surface Lava | Seed: -1718501946501227358
Plains & Surface Lava
This idyllic Minecraft starting seed has a little bit of everything. A plains Minecraft village right next to spawn; steep savanna peaks to the northwest; surface lava for an early Nether rush; cows and other nearby Minecraft mobs for early food. What more could you ask for in order to get set up quickly in a new Minecraft world?
Coastal Rock Formation | Seed: 5662255238676129291
Coastal Rock Formation
This lovely-looking Minecraft landscape caught my eye thanks to the towering rock formation on the coast in the distance. I love formations like these, they’re just crying out for a build of some sort. Maybe a lighthouse, or a mansion of some sort. Around you the landscape is just as characterful, with flower and sunflower forests dotted about, and a ruined portal in the water not at all far from spawn.
Two-Tone Island | Seed: 1664128793606897522
As I’ve mentioned, island seeds are tough to find in 1.18, but this one really struck me as a lovely little place to start a new home. It’s quite distinctive, with one half covered in sand and the other in forest. As island starts go, this seed is fairly kind, giving you several dozen trees to help kickstart your journey. But it just looks like a wonderful foundation on which to build a rustic Minecraft house, don’t you think?
Desert Badlands Coast | Seed: 4479470260786833195
Desert Badlands Coast
For those who love the sight of a Badlands hilltop or two, this starting seed gives you the wonderful sight of terracotta without the challenging lack of nearby trees that might otherwise hamper your early progress. Head to the top of the nearby mountain to find wood aplenty, and from there you can also take a look around at the sprawling desert landscape and see what sights take your interest.
Dripstone Ravine | Seed: 821163920768877950
This interesting seed plants you right on the edge of a fascinating-looking dripstone-covered ravine, and the more you look at it the more you’ll realise that such terrain generation never would have been possible before 1.18 was released. Poke your head above ground, and you’ll find yourself surrounded by forests and swampland as far as the eye can see. It’ll be interesting to see how Minecraft 1.19: The Wild Update changes up swampy areas like these by adding new features such as Mangrove Swamps and Fireflies.
Forest Cliffs | Seed: -9163391121958459490
If you want to marvel at the new peaks and troughs of Minecraft 1.18’s terrain generation, this seed is a great place to start. Here you spawn near the peak of a large taiga mountain, looking down at the gorgeous valleys below. Be careful not to fall, as it’s a very long way down nowadays!
Badlands Mountain | Seed: -932245979383499761
Terracotta lovers will be right at home with this seed, which starts you right on top of some glorious-looking badlands surrounded by desert. It’s not the most challenging starting seed in the universe, but the lack of trees and wildlife in the immediate vicinity may give you pause if you choose to try your luck in this Minecraft world.
Old Growth Pine Taiga | Seed: -5543523367840054503
Old Growth Pine Taiga
Old Growth Pine Taiga biomes, as they’re now called in Minecraft 1.18, are one of my favourite biome types. There’s something so fascinating and mysterious about these thick, towering forests. It’s like something out of Lord Of The Rings. In true 1.18 fashion, the land is also broken up by hills which bulge out from the ground, taking the forest canopy even higher. A good spot for a treehouse, perhaps?
Ocean Of Ice Spikes | Seed: -6909477426377259322
Ocean Of Ice Spikes
A twist on the typical island start, this fascinating seed plants you on a tiny snowy beach with a single tree, surrounded by an ocean of ice spikes. The only wildlife nearby are polar bears, and you’ll have to slide your way out of this icy realm in order to find more hospitable climates.
Bamboo Jungle | Seed: -4813269715648826820
This lush jungle start gives you instant access to a great deal of jungle wood, and a great deal of bamboo. Look around when you spawn, and you’ll also find a fairly self-contained and safe ravine which gives you easy access to basic ores such as coal and copper. From there, you can choose to head south for warmer climates, or take a boat across the water for acres of different kinds of forests.
Savanna & Desert Village | Seed: -184311627141651860
Savanna & Desert Village
If you love Savanna biomes as much as I do, then you’ll adore this starting seed. Located right on the edge of a desert housing both a Pyramid and a Village in plain sight, this sprawling Savanna is also overlooked by a wonderful valley of forest mountains. These mountains would make for a fantastic spot to build a Minecraft castle or some other majestic build.
Mooshroom Island | Seed: 7749012223532925400
This seed may not seem particularly noteworthy – just a beach on the edge of some Taiga and plains. But once you’re set up with the basics, take a boat our to the south-west and you’ll quickly run into one of the largest Mooshroom biomes I’ve come across. So for those who really like their fungi, this seed is for you!
Well, those are all the best Minecraft seeds we’ve got for now; hopefully you’ve found one or two worlds that match up with what you were after. To give your new world more of a visual pop, there are various texture packs available. And why stop with just the world? A new Minecraft journey deserves a new you, so take a look at our list of the best Minecraft skins while you’re here!
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