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Nether reset

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    PolarMammoth commented
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    This would be a brilliant addition before the new nether update occurs so that we can reset our old nethers into new nethers.

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    JAGBITE commented
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    I think it needs to be reset for the new nether update. I have a lot of my nether explored. So it would be really annoying to try to find the new nether biomes. I would prefer not to restart and make a new world seeing that i have over 2 years of progress in my current world.

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    This would be great for the update

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    Many players have built a lot of stuff in the nether including huge mob farms and nether hubs. If the nether is completely reset then it may upset those players.

    I suggest only resetting the chunks farther than 192 blocks (12 chunks) from the world spawn or something like that.

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    Floppy Gomper commented
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    This was an option on the legacy console versions after nether fortresses were released. The game is older now, with older worlds with more invested into them, and has a team of developers with the gift of time given experience. With such a major update as the nether update, this should be a one time option given to each world to prevent abusing the nether resources. Make it an option in the world settings. If you feel you've put too much work in the nether, don't reset. It should be an option, in no way forced, to allow players to experience the new update on their existing worlds. As both a bedrock and Java player, I can not stress enough the need for this to be available on BOTH versions, if implemented.

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    mattitech07 commented
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    Yeah this would be a great idea, if you have a big world and you explored the nether very much, it would be a good idea to reset the nether so you dont have to waste rails and elytras to explore new chunks, it this would be a good idea with the end too

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    PinkRosexo commented
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    If we can reset it again like before and manage to do it with the end city aswell like it was on PS4 edition that would be AWESOME

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    FernoFrY commented
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    The reason stated in the description of this is stupid since fortresses wouldn't move by resetting the dimension. However, an option to reset dimensions (end/nether) is needed, especially with the nether update coming.

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    GRALWI1988 commented
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    I am hoping this gains momentum as we near the Nether Update release. It would upset a major population of the Minecraft community if the Nether Update releases and we have no way to reset our worlds that have years of work and effort put into them.

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    Ptolemeih commented
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    Please, pretty please offer this as an option in the nether update.

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    johnemil07 commented
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    So I think its a really good idea to reset the nether in 1.16 cause some people don’t want to create a new world just to get the new items so i’m just saying it would be a good option in world settings

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    Mrzealot9763 commented
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    This will also be extremely helpful when the nether update happens

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    Zhang Cedar commented
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    Actually delete some files in your save folder will do the job.

    There is a subfolder that keeps blocks genrated in your world in your save folder. Delete the nether part of it (or move it to somewhere else, so you could move it back if needed) will make Minecraft generate them again and you'll get a brand new nether biome. I forget which subfolder exactly but just ask google. It's pretty simple.

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    Tacman215 commented
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    I think we're ignoring the greater purpose of this feature. Resetting the nether won't change the location of where the seed decides to spawn the nether fortress. Instead, the utility of being able to reset the nether would be useful for people who want to get the new features in 1.16. As of now, the only way we'll be able to get the new features is if we 1. Walk hundreds or thousands of blocks away from where you spawned in your nether world to generate new chunks. 2. Edit the files on the computer. Now, idk about all of you, but resetting the nether in the files feels both, illegitimate and sketchy; one slip of a keystroke and our game is messed up. Not to mention the fact that many of us don't have the computer version of bedrock, or dont have a computer to begin with. This should be added for those reasons in mind, not as a way to gain the system.

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    Slimequeen24 commented
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    Yesss I have been searching forever and I'm stuck finding a nether fortress exploring almost my whole map in the nether.

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    Make it just a biome reset. A full reset would be exploited a lot for infinite resources.

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    King Amaru X commented
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    Please please can we have a Nether Reset option in BE? Back in the XB1 Edition we had the chance to reset for nether fortresses. Now in Bedrock, we have 1.16.0.51 which debuts the Nether Update, however many of us including myself still have the outdated version of the Nether and I’d really rather not have to start a new seed or travel for thousands of blocks, abandoning my current bases. 

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    jammer5045 commented
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    This would be extremely helpful on bedrock for the new Nether Update. Traveling a couple hundred block to find unloaded chunks will be extremely painful, and this would make the ordeal easy with the tap of a button. (nether reset button).

     

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    xDeathOrc commented
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    I really hope they add this so I don’t have to make a new world for the nether update!

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    Yeah. It does seem to be very useful for those who want to experience the new things added in the nether in the same world that they had before the update. And some worlds may have things that were a pain for players to build and/or get.

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    Just go into your world file and delete the "DIM-1" folder. It'll cause the world to generate a fresh nether next time you open it up. You can also delete "DIM1" to reset the end and "region" to reset the overworld.

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    This would work perfectly with 1.16