The Lush Caves are known to be the most alive and green area of all cave biomes. what if you can find a rare structure in a giant lush cave known as The Hive. It is a giant bee nest that can be found hanging, tilted, or embedded on the mossy walls of this caverns and has a small opening to get inside. Azalea and spore blossoms can be found near The Hive for the bees to collect nectar. Inside the Hive, you can find many bee nest scattered, honeycomb blocks on the walls, and floor, and some honey blocks at the ceiling(looks like dripping), and at the opening, looking like the nest is overloaded with honey.
Why is this good for the game?
-so that the Buzzy Bees will have more relevance in the game.
-honeycomb blocks will finally have a use.
-having this as a rare structure rewards adventurers a lot of honey blocks which might be used for a ton of food supply, doing honey-based redstone contraptions and making training grounds.(Base on the 3rd design pillar of the developers)
-some players don't really use bee farms, but it might make them feel rewarded.
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