The sandbox nature of Minecraft allows players to experience the game in different ways every time a new world loads. Each new world, also known as ‘seed’, adds something new and unpredictable to a player’s journey in the game. Since each seed is randomly generated, there can be an indefinite number of possibilities as to what it might contain.
Minecraft Bedrock recently received the highly anticipated 1.19 update along with its counterpart, the Java edition. While each new seed will work in both Bedrock and Java editions (due to the seed parity feature introduced in the Caves and Cliffs Part 2 update), this means that the seed will remain the same, while structures and points of interest in it will remain the same. sitting are very likely not to be present.
This article contains five unique seeds for the Bedrock edition of Minecraft.
Note: This article is subjective and reflects the opinion of the author only.
5) Large mangrove swamp at spawn (seed: 865485470365011767)
This seed spawns the player in a large mangrove swamp biome. Mud blocks can be found all over this biome, along with mangrove trees. With this spawn point, players don’t have to worry about wood.
While exploring the environment, players can find a plains biome south of the mangrove swamp. The biome throws the player directly into a large field where building a house would be a good choice.
A gigantic jungle can be found to the west and a forest biome to the south. In addition, a village is in the plain’s biome, just southeast of the spawn.
4) Multiple structures near spawn (Seed: -2363055906115447481)
This beautiful Minecraft seed spawns the player in a forested badlands biome surrounded by a large desert and near two villages. If players navigate to the coordinates below, they can find a ton of different structures and a giant cavern leading to an exposed dripstone and mine shaft, ending in a straight dive to Y-level -52.
The largest structure located here is a looters outpost whose base is partially submerged in water. Players can find an allay cage in the outpost. Near this structure, to the north, there is also a village. Finally, a mangrove swamp can be found to the northwest of the outpost.
Outpost coordinates: -943, 67, 334
Coordinates for mangrove swamp: -1240, 79, 367
3) Huge mushroom biome near spawn (Seed: -3832188667730420108)
This seed spawns the player on an island, where a desert temple can be found near the spawn area. However, one of the main features of this seed is its giant mushroom biome, which is one of the best and rarest biomes in the game. For players unaware, the mushroom biome is the only biome in the game where enemy mobs cannot spawn. This makes it a great area to build a base and stay safe in Minecraft.
Mushroom Biome Coordinates: -307, 63, 210
2) 8 ancient cities within 1000 blocks (Seed: -457009213479927390)
This Minecraft seed spawns the player on the top of a snowy mountain and in a bush. After taking in the beautiful and hilly view, players will love going down to the cave systems of the overworld as this seed contains as many as 8 ancient city structures in a 1000 block radius around the spawn point.
Nearest Old Town: -307, 63, 210
1) Massive deep dark biome (seed: 2795636475449950194)
This fascinating seed spawns the player near some snowy biomes. While the direct spawn is in a plain, the entire northwest area is filled with multiple variants of snowy terrain and biomes such as snowy taiga, snowy slopes, and frozen peaks.
However, the best feature of this seed is at the coordinates -233, 86, 27. The coordinates lead to a large deep dark biome. The absence of an ancient city makes the biome extremely dark, and every step feels like a fall into an endless abyss. Players must remain vigilant in this biome, so as not to summon a guard.