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Oasis

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    cooldudeVK commented
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    You have Wells in  DESERTS.  why do u need an Oasis.

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    venusaurussos commented
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    YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEESSSSSSSSSS !!!!!!!

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    TheTechBoy8 commented
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    I was the 4000th voter bois

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    JEOPHERNIX commented
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    This should be included with its own update like oasis, the palm trees, maybe coconuts and wild flowers. Maybe this "Oasis" would be one of many things in that update.

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    player14116 commented
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    Maybe there could be a new type of wandering trader that only spawns in a oasis, and they trade things like palm wood, fish, sand/sandstone

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    LukeyDukeyDoo commented
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    I tried making an artificial one in Minecraft Earth. It turned out well, but if this was to be added, I can't wait!

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    Game Nerd4594 commented
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    Desert is soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo long and boring

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    BryanXD8494 commented
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    Honestly I would love an Oasis since the desert is so dry...

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    acho que essa idéia iria ajudar muito, principalmente se tiver aldeias perto de oásis, e outra forma de se encontrar o oásis seria um novo mob como o camelô, pois os camelôs podem sentir cheiro de água a quilômetros de distância na vida real e na natureza, e também colocar algumas palmeiras.

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    Neptunequasi commented
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    It would not have the color of trees in the desert right? 

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    OGHolyDoggo commented
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    this could even include Oasis villages with a unique design to them :)

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    chase noel commented
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    I feel like this is a good idea but it's kinda useless right now in the game. But if Mojang was to add heat and maybe a water feature, deserts would be a lot harder while also making the oasis very useful. Also considering the pretty good loot you get from villages and temples I would say this is a fair trade. I have other ideas on how this could work but I won't bore you guys reading this.

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    Eli Doyle commented
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    Maybe it could be a structure that only spawns in deserts?

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    Hippos in the river

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    I agree, the desert is too boring. Palm trees and oasis would be great! A unique hostile mob such as scorpions at night would make Bane of Arthropods more useful, too.

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    KoalaKat36912 commented
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    I think this is a great idea! Maybe there could be villages in the oases since it would have all the stuff needed for a village. It would be very cool to have an oasis village.

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    Yurson1 commented
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    I like the bamboo with oasis idea, but I think minecraft is fine without palms, instead they could use the bush/tree plants in the lush caves, and there would be a wandering trader there.

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    Maybe Desert Wells should spawn at the center of Oasises.

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    Si y los cactus también

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    It’d be cool if they were centered around a rare desert pool of water, but how large are they? They’d probably be relatively rare, rare enough that they’re not everywhere. Maybe they’d be like jungles, and have some saplings around their edges? Animals would also probably spawn here, and maybe villages would turn up in/next to them, depending on how big they are.