Soil patch

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Soil patch
Clay patch 2.pngGravel patch 3.pngSand patch 5.png
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A soil patch is a terrain feature consisting of a naturally generated roughly circular deposit of a soil-like block under or next to bodies of water.


Soil patches are generated at the Euclidean distance n (i.e. x^2+y^2=n) from a given central block, creating a circular-looking pattern of the given block. They are commonly seen throughout rivers, and can also occasionally generate with small water lakes.


Block Minimum size (n) Maximum size (n) Biomes
Sand 3[verify] ?[more information needed] All[verify]
Gravel 2 ?[more information needed] ?[more information needed]
Clay 2 3[verify] All[verify]


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