Wonders in Minecraft is where many treasures are hidden for you to discover. In this article, Thuthuatphanmem.vn will introduce you to the wonders of Minecraft.
1. Nether Fortress (Nether Fortress)
The Nether Fortress is a structure that only appears in the Nether, it is made mainly of Nether Bricks. This is the hiding place of many mighty monsters. A distinctive hallmark of the Nether Fort are its huge black towers, rising from lava.
Getting to the Nether Fortress is essential if you want to complete the game in The End. Nether Fortress spawns Fire Demons (Braze), you need to defeat a few Fire Demons to earn Fire Staffs.
Inside the Nether Fortress there is a valuable treasure chest, containing items such as Gold Bars, Diamonds and Saddles…
2. Jungle Temple
The rainforest is a fascinating biome because of its tall trees, rare animals, and a variety of fruits. The temple in the forest is a type of building made from mossy cobblestone, inside containing deadly traps.
The items you find in the Forest Temple include Emeralds, Diamonds, Bones, Enchanted Books, etc. There are 2 chests located here. However, before you get them, you should check out Youtube on how to get around the traps! Reveal: a trap with TNT.
3. End City
End City has great architecture, creating a giant construction. Especially the towers look very similar to real life skyscrapers. You can find End City in the small islands around the main island (where Ender dragons are fought). Please refer to the article How to fly in Minecraft in survival mode for the fastest way to find the End City after defeating the dragon.
The rewards you get for visiting the End City are also very useful and rare. In addition to treasure chests with Diamonds, Iron, Armor, Weapons, etc. You can also find Elytra Wings, an item used to fly in Minecraft even in survival mode.
4. Abandoned Mineshaft
The abandoned mine shaft, or mine shaft, is one of the most complex structures you’ll encounter in Minecraft. As you descend into the caves, you come across long, radiating wooden paths and tracks. Keep walking on a path of the mines, you will encounter treasure chests. The opponent you need to fight is the Cave Spider, which has poison every time they attack.
5. Ocean Monument
In the past, we rarely explored the ocean in Minecraft, because there was really nothing interesting. But everything changed when the developer added a few wonders under the sea, including the Ocean Monument. This is a giant construction on the seabed, made up of Prismarine rock. The memorial is guarded by very annoying Guardians, preventing you from exploring the place.
Sea Lanterns, Prismarine and Gold are useful items that you can earn by exploring Ocean Monument.
6. Desert Temple (Desert Temple)
Similar to the Temple of the Forest, the Temple of the Desert is a construction that only appears in the Desert area. These temples are built mainly from Sandstone and it looks quite decent.
Each Desert temple has a trap in the middle with an activation button. If you land on this button, a lot of TNT under your feet will explode, forcing you to “log out of the world”. If you know how to avoid the trap, you will have up to 4 treasure chests containing a lot of items inside.
The Desert Temple is not always visible on the surface, some temples are partially covered by sand.
7. Village (Village)
The village is an age-old wonder of Minecraft, it appears scattered around the world. You can find Villages in many biomes, but they are especially common in Plains and Deserts.
The villages are rich in resources, including a variety of crops and animals grown and raised by the villagers. Inside the village there are also treasure chests. Villagers are friendly NPCs, you can trade with them for items.
8. Ocean Ruins (Ocean Ruins)
Ocean ruins are a diverse structure, they can be very small or huge. You can find them in many different areas, including warm and cold oceans. Ocean Ruins are made from a lot of Brick or Sandstone.
Inside the chests in Ocean Ruins, you can find Treasure Maps, Charms and Emeralds, among other useful resources.
9. Stronghold (Underground stronghold)
This is a familiar wonder to longtime Minecraft players. The citadel is an underground structure made mainly of bricks and stones. Each room can be interconnected. The item chest in the stronghold is quite valuable, including resources and weapons. A room in the stronghold has an End Gate, you need to repair it with the Ender’s eye to be able to go through. Of course, the End portal will lead to The End, where the “last boss” resides.
If you find the Library in the Citadel, don’t ignore it, inside the library are hidden two very valuable treasure chests.
Strongholds are quite rare in the Minecraft world, so you may have to struggle a bit to find them. Please refer to the article How to beat Ender Dragon in Minecraft
10. Shipwreck (Shipwreck)
Shipwrecks are one of the most interesting structures in Minecraft because they provide treasure maps. Shipwrecks are not too difficult to find, you can easily spot them in the waters facing the sea. The best items you’ll find in Shipwreck include TNT, Enchanted Armor, and a Treasure Map.
11. Dungeon (Dungeon)
A dungeon is a rather small underground structure, just like a room surrounded by Cobblestones. Dungeons have a Monster Spawn Box in the center. So, before you can reach its two treasure chests, you need to get past the monsters. To stop monsters from spawning, try to put a torch on top of the Box.
The treasure chest in the Dungeon also has many valuable items such as Saddles, Horse Armor, Book of Enchantments…
12. Witch Hut
The Witch’s Tent is a cute little house that appears in the swamp. The house is made from spruce planks, placed on oak columns. Inside there is a Cauldron and a Crafting Table. Usually there will be a witch guarding here.
Don’t expect any treasure! The witch’s tent does not have a treasure chest, you can only use it as an overnight shelter.
These are the wonders that appear in the Minecraft world, they make your game more adventurous. Have you discovered all these wonders yet?