Seasonal Forest

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Seasonal Forest
SeasonalForest.jpg
Type

Medium/Lush

Rarity

Uncommon

Temperature

>97%

Blocks

Grass Block
Leaves
Logs

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Seasonal forests were a lush biome, which existed in the game prior to the Adventure Update. They were a lower density version of the forest biome only capable of spawning oak trees. they usually consisted of low plains and could be mountainous at higher rainfalls.

Description[edit]

Seasonal Forests spawn with a temperature of 97% or greater, and a rainfall value between 45% and 90%. They are commonly found between forest and rain forests, and near plains biomes so they can be found as more open areas in forest and rainforest or islands of trees in plains. They are identical to forests, except their canopies are lower density and are only capable of spawning oak trees. They have a little bit of tall grass but sometimes more is present.

History[edit]

Java Edition Alpha
v1.2.0previewAdded seasonal forests.[is this the correct version?]
Java Edition Beta
1.6Test Build 3Tall grass now generates here.
1.8Pre-releaseRemoved seasonal forests.
Xbox 360 Edition
TU1Added seasonal forests.
TU5Removed seasonal forests.