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Rainbeau's Ocean Villages

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Rainbeau_Flambe avatar Rainbeau_Flambe
Level 37 : Artisan Dwarf
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(A Data Pack for Minecraft 1.16.2, 1.16.3 & 1.16.4.)


Highlights:

- Villages floating serenely on the surface of the ocean


This data pack adds villages to the oceans. Specifically, you can now find villages on the surface of deep ocean biomes, the buildings on floating platforms linked by boardwalks.

Buildings are primarily based upon vanilla plains village buildings, though I've tweaked a lot of things, and in a few cases, have made some significant alterations.

You can use "Ocean Villages" in the vanilla game, or with my "Sky Islands" or "Water World" data packs.

NOTE: If you're using this data pack in conjunction with a version of "Sky Islands" or "Water World" which replaces the overworld, this pack *must* load first, which counterintuitively means it needs to be *below* the other data pack in your list!

"Ocean Villages" is compatible with other of my own data packs that alter vanilla biomes, as they're all designed to work together. However, it's probably not compatible with other mods or data packs that alter vanilla biomes, especially if they add new structures.

For those who care about such things, on "Water World" maps, the floating villages are in fact designated as villages; however, in the vanilla game and on "Sky Islands" maps, they're designated as bastion remnants.

-- Rainbeau Flambe (Darryl Burgdorf)
CompatibilityMinecraft 1.16
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02/20/2021 11:03 pm
Level 37 : Artisan Dwarf
Rainbeau_Flambe
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Just spotted a potential problem that I'd missed before. It's easy to deal with, but might catch someone off-guard, so I added a note to the description.

If you're using this data pack in conjunction with a version of "Sky Islands" or "Water World" which replaces the overworld, this pack *must* load first, which counterintuitively means it needs to be *below* the other data pack in your list!
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