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How can we make the biomes and dimensions you explore better? What biomes or dimensions are we currently missing? Why do we need them and what makes them unique?

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    ClayGoddessSari commented

    I don't think this makes sense as an actual biome.  It sounds more like a unique structure to me.

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    TheMcExplorer commented

    Yes that crossed my mind as well. If needed I think adding new unique plant life could help. Like more End tree variants. If you have any suggestions I am open. Thank you for saying that. Feedback is very appreciated.

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    ClayGoddessSari commented

    The other thing is the other dimensions currently don't have biomes in the same way the overworld does.  Their biomes are just variations on how the terrain generates, and I'm not sure most people would even recognize that there is a different biome.  I know that adding biomes in The Nether is something people want, but I'm not sure it works as well for The End.  Even mods I see tend to add new ores, structures, and mobs, but don't tend to add biomes.

    I just think you should focus all of your information on your structures post for this idea.

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    TheMcExplorer commented

    Noted. If I do focus on the idea as a structure should I scrap the spreading aspect?

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    krgood9008 commented

    Skip the spredding, it could be used to severely troll a lot of players, imagine coming home to your house and it’s filled with pointy bushes that teleport you and you have no way to remove it. Give it an effect like the chorus fruit teleporting into a random space within so many blocks. Potted versions can be added to end cities shulkers cause you to float upwards and into it teleporting you randomly somewhere else.

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    Sonicrushfive commented

    Actually I feel the spreading could be saved. Things from the end have a tendancy to hate water. Flowing water can bring down an entire chorus tree. Simply make water have the same effect on the tangle roots.

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