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Transforming EVERYTHING In Minecraft - The ULTIMATE Survival World!

Sep 10, 2022

Transforming EVERYTHING In Minecraft - The ULTIMATE Survival World!

I've spent 5,000 hours

transforming

each Over

world

Minecraft

biome to create the

ultimate

survival

world

. This massive project is finally coming to an end and I'm happy to announce that the map download is coming this October. We've tackled some crazy transformations in a variety of styles and been on some insane adventures. In the last installment we turned the tiger into an epic viking inspired mountainscape and yes folks you can actually blow that horn in game, in fact we've been hard at work on a ton of additional bonuses including a custom achievement system, a huge one Treasure hunt that spans the entire island and fun side quests to keep you challenged too, only with the snowy mountains and some minor Nether and End upgrades left let's hit the slopes, um to officially complete the Over

world

Island and we're off with a bang.
transforming everything in minecraft   the ultimate survival world
Please click the subscribe button to stay up to date on this project and future projects that we draw inspiration from. Almost every continent in the

world

but we haven't built anything Asian inspired yet so I'm counting on yours Heard feedback, and we're definitely going to be adding some Asian inspiration to this biome. First we need to seriously terraform our mountainous landscape, then we will create a new area known as Mammoth Pass, a huge valley with giant mammoth remains and a revamp of

Minecraft

's icy spikes. Buyers we must then turn our snowy mountain village into a shiny new igloo village full of dog sleds, fishing holes and as an added bonus for this final over

world

biome, we will also be building some secret areas related to laws including a magical ice forge and the cave of the heavy tangible yeti.
transforming everything in minecraft   the ultimate survival world
After that, we'll be incorporating a massive upgrade to this biome location of worship, a monastery-inspired complex only accessible via a dangerous mountain path that winds beneath waterfalls and bridging the hands of a gigantic statue, and finally we'll end up with a madman Area in the ends of East Asia hidden in the mountains, including a lush bonsai village and a panda sanctuary, a dragon samurai temple and another dragon arena, sister to the tiger dragon arena, with of course some overlapping lore, before we start this crazy build i would love to do thanks todays sponsor raid shadow legends epic champions badass bosses and best of raid you can take it all in your pocket i worked with raid when they first launched and oh dear, besides my drastically improved haircuts, the trixie has changed a lot since The Blocks channel is since grown 8 times and thanks to the support of great sponsors like Raid I can invest all my time in creating content like me.
transforming everything in minecraft   the ultimate survival world
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transforming everything in minecraft   the ultimate survival world
Let's go back to the snowy mountains of the

ultimate

survival

world

to rework the environment I painted for our mountain landscape

world

painter and turned

everything

into stone that I could have a clean slate to work with. then i had a lot of fun using the gobrush plugin to tweak and exaggerate our mountain peaks, you might also see me setting the bases for some of the builds we work on later in the video, next i have finished the shaping with a bit of smoothing. This biome is truly gigantic, and with all this major editing, it took days just to get these few seconds of footage you're looking at right now.
transforming everything in minecraft   the ultimate survival world
Now it was time for the fun part, the fresh snow from the tiger line to the dark tree line to lay. Some of you have been asking how survivable these mountains will be, thanks to that smooth snow the mountains are actually pretty easy to traverse, so don't worry about your hand cramping if you keep hitting the spacebar after the snow has been laid but I made sure the transition wasn't too shocking either, and to complete our new mountains I painted the rock underneath to add a little gradient and make things look even more realistic. I went for this five block gradient that goes from cobblestone to gray concrete and I think it adds so much dimension to the mountain tops.
transforming everything in minecraft   the ultimate survival world
Honestly guys I'm so happy with how these mountains turned out. I think they look a lot better than the old mountains I made back in

World

Painter when I first got to the island and they're a lot better suited for

survival

adventures. I love the results so much that I even revisited the forest mansion mountains from earlier in the project and gave them a makeover. I'll admit I kind of rushed them before and definitely saw room for improvement so that's what they look like now turning my attention back to the snowy mountains. I cleaned up the shoreline and added some glaciers and blowing snow to create a clean transition into the ocean biomes surrounding the island, moving on to a very special area of ​​this well-known map called Mammoth's Pass, I wanted something other than just trees and Adding boulders to decorate this biome so as an additional little biome transformation I decided to take vanilla

Minecraft

's Icy Spikes Bi ome and create my own version through this epic valley as well as the spikes.
I've also added several custom ice lakes through the mountains, so pack your skates if you're going to this biome and keep an eye out for hidden achievements. And to complete our work on the environment, I've spent a long time making some final changes our main building areas. This includes adding more ice lakes, rivers and waterfalls to bring our vast mountainous landscape to life and make the buildings appear as immersive as possible. As you explore, our good friend Goddard even helped us add insane detail to the environment features . Every single waterfall on the map has its own unique sound effects and particle effects, so encountering these while surviving is super atmospheric as there are always hours and hours behind scenes cleaning up to do tons of unseen work, making sure the Biomes blend well, and take the time to fix and decorate less obvious areas that would likely be ignored in a creative build, but could detract from your experience and immersion in

survival

games, and finally is the environment finished.
You can really see how much space we have to work with now, over to Mammoth Pass and planning what we're going to add to this huge mountain valley. The Igloo Village is the main feature of Mammoth's Pass, so we'll start by building some igloos and huts for our villagers to live in. I'll craft some Mammoth Leftovers to scatter around the vast valley and create a lot of decorations to bringing the camp to life, including dog sleds and campfires. As you can see, I have our vanilla mountain village covered in snow and I'm laying it out in a row so I can tackle each building and decoration individually for a fairly faithful upgrade to the Creating this village later building will be more expansive and I wanted to balance accuracy and epic for this final over

world

biome so we could have the best of both

world

s.
As the centerpiece of the village, I built a large, cozy log cabin for our villagers to gather in. I really wanted to use

Minecraft

's snow for this design to create an interesting sloping roof. Then I made a simple banner pattern, the emblem of the Egulú clan that lives in this village along with the fabled protector of the etc For the next cabin, I try again to recreate the shape of the vanilla house you can briefly see behind. I really love this style and the snow covered roofs make

everything

so cozy Inuit houses which include igloos as well as houses made from whale bones and animal skins.
I even added some extra features for each house. This one has a rack for hanging pelts. Wood was readily available in our snowy mountains, so I wanted to create a nice range of alternative housing for our Gulu clan villages. For this igloo I included some wood and tusk supports, added another Hyde rack and even included a small dog sled, as this is a fantasy village I thought it would be interesting to incorporate a chimney into an igloo design, after all this one wants Villagers not that his stove for this igloo smokes out of his face. I also installed a drying rack for fish.
It appears that this villager is the local chef To complete the igloo designs I built a few that were partially sunken into the ground and stayed true to the theme. I kept the interiors relatively simple to increase the sleeping areas since warmer air rises and when you live in a house made of snow, you need that extra warmth at night anyway. I then proceeded to build a bone and fur tent. Now I'm not sure if this is one made out of whale bones or mammoth tusks. So what do you mean when I say mammoth tusks next?
The task was to create the giant mammoth remains I mentioned earlier. This valley is known as the mammoth's past because the funny thing about making this skeleton was that a mammoth skull actually looks really weird, obviously a mammoth or elephant trunk isn't part of the skeleton, so what's left instead is a huge opening in the front of the skull with this little quirk in mind. I've done my best to mimic the skeletal anatomy on a fairly small scale and I think it turned out great, it might even be a cool foundation for your own

survival

base in the snowy mountains wrap up the igloo village I have a couple of watchtowers built to guard the entrance a couple of campfires to keep our villagers cozy and a couple of dog sleds for their fishing and hunting trips steph and then i started placing

everything

starting with the watchtowers, a spiked front fence and mammoth remains we then have scattered around the buildings with our largest bonfire sitting in the middle and real

world

storytelling is a big part of Inuit culture so as a fun little hint that the Egulu clan of etc also have their own myths and legends that are told around the community fire.
One of its most famous legends is the story of the Yeti, who is said to be inhabited by mountains devouring explorers and living in a large cave, but the monster has never been found. I wonder if you can find this icy cave and still steal his dinner. Monsters and Legends set aside homes and decorations to finish, and also added a second law-related area hidden in the mountains. This magical ice forge was the birthplace of the island's most powerful weapon, the Sword of Acne, which disguises the weapon as a simple iron sword, which the clan's sorceress forged forged the most powerful sword in the land and entrusted it to her son, who will become the protector of etc should.
Many tales have been told about the Protector and his adventures in the island's vast biomes And you may recall that his sword lies encased in stone in the dark forest, awaiting a worthy adventurer to take his mantle, and I hope you are up for the challenge and without delving too deeply into the law that shrouds the past of our epic mammoth valley and the cozy village of the egulu clan, next we head over to the mountaintops to plan the tiger's nest, a complex largely inspired by the Buddhist monasteries of Bhutan and Tibet, to which we will add a giant statue cradling a bridge.
The entrance is across a
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