Minecraft Gameplay Tips: Biomes for Homes

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  1. Actually you can get trees in Mesa biomes.

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  2. What do you mean “We are out of time”? Why do you block yourself from
    imrpvoing your videos …

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  3. shrektastic

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  4. Xtreme hills snows too much, I hate snow. Swamplands are too hard to
    navigate, gosh darn lily-pads and water! Plains have grass, and I really
    really dislike the grass. Taiga snows too much, I hate snow. Desert’s sand
    is real annoying. Forest is perfect. Mesa is good. Jungle is too hard to
    move around in and clear space in. Svanna has too much darn grass and not
    pretty colors.

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  5. I have to say the ocean is the best for it has many trees, mobs, villages,
    and even TONS of grass! Dont forget it had a lot of water!

    Just FYI for you haters, this comment was a joke I know oceans suck for
    building.

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  6. As he says that there’s no water in the desert, A WILD WATER SOURCE
    APPEARS!

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  8. I rather live in the nether.

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  9. FIRST BITCHEEESS

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  10. I’m a pocket edition player and I like plains bilomes bease their most the
    time are near forest

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  11. 0:43 FAIL,HAVE WATER ON THE RIGHT (sorry if I write wrong,I speak
    portuguese).

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  12. Pro-tip: No rain in Desert / Savannah

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  13. i have a world where I have filled several of the largest maps you can
    make. It was in an effort to find a jungle, and I have as of yet failed to
    do so.

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  14. What about the mushroom biome? :(

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  15. “But we’re out of time”

    Because none of your videos can *dare* be longer than two minutes.

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  16. Water really shoulnt be a factor 2 buckets of water and a 2×2 hole and you
    have infinite water

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  17. My favorite place to build is right on the edge of an Extreme Hills and a
    Forest Biome. 

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  18. Dry farming is entirely possible. The crops grow slower but that isn’t too
    big a deal unless you’re extremely active.
    I find its best to take care of my food first then worry about comforts.
    If I have an abundance of wood then I’m set. Typically I farm trees to
    smelt them into charcoal. I don’t even bother hunting down coal out of the
    ground but if I run across it I’ll grab it up.

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  19. I like these new kinds of videos. They give a nice overview, and even an
    expert player like myself (Since Alpha), I find certain things interesting.
    Things I never really thought about.

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  20. i made my house in a jungle but harvested all of the trees and hills in the
    biome, so it looks like a flat world now. 

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  21. 217 .l.

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  22. “lack of water in deserts” minecraft deserts are full of water for some
    reason (even after they “fixed” it) there even was a little pond close to
    you when you said it. Hope Microsoft actually knows how a desert looks
    like. 

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  23. I’ve enjoyed making homes in extreme hills that are nearby
    forests/swamps/plains. They usually provide all the resources I need and
    being up on the hills gives a nice view. The only problem is snow if you
    build high which isn’t too terribly bad, I’ve used torches to prevent water
    from icing over and such. Another small issue is Silverfish but once I
    realized that silverfish egg blocks take longer to mine they aren’t too
    much of a pain anymore.

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  24. The Jungle is my favour
    ite biome too. It is AWESOME!!!

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  25. you are out of time? how about you make the video longer. moronic.

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