Forest Flowers Seed for Minecraft 1.8


Generating a new world using the Forest Flowers seed will spawn new players right in the middle of a massive, dense forest. It seems that wherever there aren’t trees growing, players will find all kinds of other flora like tulips, rosebushes, lavender and bluet. The only thing about this is the environment can inspire a false sense of peace and security in whoever might find themselves in it. That is, it looks like a peaceful and colorful place thanks to all the greenery and flowers, but those same trees that look good will also provide hostile mobs all the cover they need to spawn at night and stick around in the day.



Normally mobs like skeletons and zombies would burn under direct sunlight, and endermen would flee as soon as rainfall started. All the trees and their foliage provide enough coverage for all of these mobs to survive the weather conditions which would normally send them packing. So, while the Forest Flowers seed drops players in a lovely location to start, if they don’t find shelter before the game’s first night, they’re more or less guaranteed to get killed by something in the dark. Well, unless they turn on Peaceful mode anyhow.


Of course, if you were looking for something nice and easy like walking around a field of flowers and plucking plenty of them, you might actually use Peaceful mode while playing this seed. That’s not to say it isn’t useful for Survival or Hardcore game modes too – all of those different flowers are sources of dying agents and, if you have certain mods installed, they can be used to make food or other items as well. If you either want lots of flowers for whatever reason or need them to craft the dyes and other items you need, the Forest Flowers seed is for you. The seed is -1253178375.

How to use Forest Flowers Seed?

  1. When you start the game, go to the “Create World” option.
  2. Find the “More World Options…” button.
  3. Enter your seed in the box below under “Seed for the World Generator”.

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