- Seed: -6709148406763899126
- Seed: -3832188667730420108
- Seed: -4541735665408914819
- Seed: -4165452041570647081
- Seed: -9036966008009856678
by Gavin Burtt
The Minecraft 1.19 Wild Update has introduced loads of new world generation content to the game, including deep dark cave biomes, underground Ancient Cities, mangrove swamps, and more.
While this update has synchronized environment generation between Bedrock and Java editions, structure generation still differs between the two, so seeds will continue to vary across platforms. In this list, we’ll highlight 10 cool seeds for the Nintendo Switch, and Minecraft: Bedrock Edition.
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- Coordinates: At spawn
- Biomes: Dark Oak Forest, Flower Plains, Grove
This gorgeous seed will spawn you in the snowy mountains overlooking a massive collection of structures. Immediately visible is a massive Woodland Mansion, right beside a small village.
What isn’t immediately visible is the stronghold, located directly beneath the village. This seed gives you very quick and easy access to loads of materials and shelter, and a simple route to the endgame.
- Coordinates: -3662 62 591
- Biomes: Frozen Peaks
This is a very unique seed indeed. Here and there, Minecraft structures will generate a bit peculiarly, and this is an extreme case of exactly that. In this seed, you can find a shipwreck, a structure which normally spawns underwater, sitting atop the peak of an iceberg.
Ships will occasionally spawn, sticking up out of the water, but it is incredibly rare for a ship to be entirely above water, especially by this much.
- Coordinates: -307 63 210
- Biomes: Mushroom
Mushroom biomes are among the rarest biomes in the game, and are the sole place that you can find naturally-spawning mooshrooms. These are cows that can be interacted with using bowls to receive infinite mushroom soup, making them one of the best food sources in Minecraft.
Mushroom biomes are also free of hostile mobs, making for an incredibly safe place to set up home. This seed spawns you very close to a mushroom biome island, providing a safe and plentiful early game.
- Coordinates: 872 79 744
- Biomes: Mangrove Swamp, Desert
One of the new biomes added as part of the Minecraft 1.19 Wild Update is the mangrove swamp. This is an exceptionally rare biome, but with this seed, you can find one quite easily, as it is near spawn.
Not only that, but the mangrove swamp completely encloses a small section of desert, which features a full zombie desert village! This is certainly one of the most unique world generations you’ll see, and makes for a cool (albeit dangerous) home base.
- Coordinates: 272 82 249
- Biomes: Plains
This seed is absolutely hilarious. Villagers and Pillagers in Minecraft are mortal enemies, yet this seed generates a Pillager Outpost inside of a village. You will have to act very, very quickly if they want to save the villagers from a quick death.
If you can manage to save a few villagers in time, this area will become an easy raid farm location. When Pillager Captains are killed, you’ll receive the Bad Omen effect, and will trigger a raid upon entering a village. As these captains spawn indefinitely, you can go absolutely wild with raids in this seed.
- Coordinates: 488 64 -712
- Biomes: Dark Oak Forest, Grove
This is a great seed for players who love a good PvE challenge. After a short travel, you can find an unusually tall Pillager Outpost on the edge of a snow biome, just an ender pearl’s throw away from a huge Woodland Mansion.
This will provide you with lots of early resources, but without giving them to you outright. You’ll definitely have to work for it. Better yet, you can travel a few hundred blocks away, then dig down to 552 -51 -584 to find an Ancient City for even better loot.
- Coordinates: 186 63 184
- Biomes: Mangrove Forest, Beach
This seed may have the most extreme example of broken structure generation in all of Minecraft. Very close to spawn, you can find an outpost, a shipwreck, a temple, a village, and a ruined portal, all generated atop one another.
An outpost cage can be found inside one of the village houses, while a village house can be found inside the outpost. The magma blocks from the ruined portal will also set the outpost alight, so you should act quickly.
- Coordinates: At spawn
- Biomes: Deep Dark
If you thought the last few seeds seemed challenging, wait until you see this one. This seed spawns you inside of a double Ancient City. That’s right. You don’t spawn on the surface, but instead far, far underground and in immediate danger of two Wardens.
This seed is only for the bravest players, as the lack of wood means that you’ll need to rely on chest loot in order to survive. While the start won’t be easy, you can be sure that you’ll have phenomenal starting loot if you can pull it off.
- Coordinates: At spawn
- Biomes: Warm Ocean, Badlands, Desert
Taking a step away from structures, this seed provides some of the best environmental scenery you’ll see in Minecraft. Just north of spawn, you can find a massive coral reef, enclosed by cliff faces, with a few openings to lush caves.
This area provides a great building space for those willing to build over water, and lots of quick and easy resources through the lush caves. You can also head a ways east of this quarry to find some villages.
- Coordinates: -194 104 -221
- Biomes: Desert
Sometimes, villages will generate right on the edges of a massive elevation change, causing a few houses to spawn high up in a mountain, or low down in a cave. In this seed, you can find one of the most extreme cases of this.
A desert village near spawn generates right alongside a huge mountain, creating an eight-tiered desert village. It really is a sight to behold. Some sections of the village are completely cut off from others, making for a very interesting village dynamic.
Those are all of our Switch seeds for this month, but to see more seeds on other platforms, check out our Minecraft seeds page!
Published Aug. 31st 2022