Tree Heath Tree
IG(I Guess) these tree's products are referred to as "Briarwood", not uhh Tree Heath Tree. Might need some changing around of information. —Preceding unsigned comment added by WowGain (talk • contribs) 26 November 2020
- Where there some related in-game name changes ?
- Are you actually reading MW-talk replies ? (I mentioned something about how to properly sign talk posts last time).
- --.MvGulik. 09:09, 26 November 2020 (UTC)
- >Tree Heath Blocks are referred to as Block of Briarwood ingame.
- Seems that part completely bypassed me. Not sure about potential solutions. (Hm, where did put that seed ...) --.MvGulik. 19:48, 29 January 2021 (UTC)
- Not sure about also renaming/moving the "Tree Heath Tree" page to "Briarwood Tree", ... due to the seed using "Tree Heath".
- (would fix the block & board part on the page)
- --.MvGulik. 13:02, 7 February 2021 (UTC)
Native biomes (Mayflower)
Red Plain, at least near where I live, has plenty of Mayflower Trees. Note that in a later world (the case while writing this) Mayflower Trees might become depleted as they're chopped down for their peculiar wood.
--Vatas (talk) 09:30, 17 December 2020 (UTC)
- Think I got 'some' Red Plains nearby I can check out. Although those are probably already heavily grazed by players already. To bad Ender is currently not showing ground data. O yea, Where most of them not user-planted? --.MvGulik. 10:53, 17 December 2020 (UTC)
In World 13, I can confirm that Laurel Trees are found in the Ox Pasture, but have yet to find any in Wald or Red Plain. I have not visited the other areas. Has anyone seen the Laurel Tree in the other listed areas (Dry Flat, Red Plain, Wald, Shady Copse, Sour Timber)? --Orionbeta (talk) 16:57, 26 April 2021 (UTC)
Also not seen any Laurel in: Highground, Sombre Bramble, (Dry Weald, Lichen Wold, Pine Barren). ()=>Not truly scanned nearby terrains.