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Add natural events to the Nether.

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    Maybe geysers could pop up out of nowhere? That would be a wonderful idea, and a great way to spice up the already boiling biome

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    MattCorps commented
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    Maybe a big rumble followed by a big nether monster in a boss like battle which you can entirely avoid if you want to.

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    Werder 2018 commented
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    But it is important that the performance is good and thats the difficult

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    Insane Doomer commented
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    It rarely rains lava in the Nether

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    Creep0957227 commented
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    Bence harika bir fikir. mesela biz normalde hep sudan oluşan yağmurlar görürdük. lavdan oluşan yağmurlar da olmalı ama nether de.

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    TheRealFavre commented
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    Blood rain, aka red drops dripping from all Netherack and soul sand

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    Jvastruby commented
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    "Ashfall"
    Ash will start falling more heavily  and getting deposited like snow in the Basalt Deltas and Soul Sand Valley Biomes and you would be able to pick it up like snow and get Ash piles, which you could use to craft blocks of ash which would behave like sand, and with which you could use in place of sand to make glass.

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    Joseph Rahner commented
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    Perhaps a dark fog that can sometimes spawn in certain chunks that can cause certain effects. Not necessarily the wither effect because I feel that would be too hard, but perhaps nausea or blindness. 

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    Joseph Rahner commented
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    Random unlikely patches of dark fog that give you nausea. These could also be used to finely craft nausea potions in minecraft where you can collect it in bottles in which is slowly disappears. You could probably add the cloud to an awkward potion for the nausea, and you could add it to a night vision potion for blindness. 

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    Joseph Rahner commented
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    Jvastruby I wouldn't think using ash to make glass should work. Why not just use the actual sand of the nether soul sand to make soul glass a new glass that doesn't let light through. However I do thin k that is a cool idea for an event where at random points ashes will thicken through out the biome and make it harder to see while also placing blocks like snow to create said ash. The only question is what to use it for? New potions maybe? A new boss? Just some decoration blocks? Fuel? Ash Golems?

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    LushSeasquirt commented
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    Lava rain where if you have no helmet or something covering you it sets you on fire

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    cranzag commented
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    Rain has been debated a lot. If rain were to happen, I would have it so either they are ash clouds or rain clouds, but if rain clouds it rains boiling water which creates steam, obscuring vision

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    Omegalock2452 commented
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    Maybe an ash block that is similar to snow in basalt deltas

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    Chirs Rob commented
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    The wither comes from the nether, right? Why not do something that refers to your existence as a dark mist called "withered breath"? extremely rare and that makes the skeletons become whiter skeletons. during this creepy voices would be heard saying things like "go. help yourself. don't gather it. it's evil". or something like that.

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    Marcamarckie commented
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    Wind?

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    TheGamesMan99 commented
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    One idea is for the nether to have occasional heat waves and dust storms. The first would randomly ignite fires and the second would randomly put out fires.