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Deserts in minecraft are just dull patches of sand with a cactus placed here and there. It really makes exploring them boring and, for the most part, useless unless you want cactus. I would like to see more variance and specific occurrences/items here, things such as occasional dust storms that obstruct vision, small patches of pebbles that sit slightly above the block, different sky color, particle effects that appear around sand in desert biomes, animal carcasses, objects at a distance blurred because of heat, etc. I have no idea how this'll work in code (or if even works at all), and so I won't be disappointed if these things aren't added.
So in my current TFC World, I live in a mountain at Z:-10200, and throughout the fall, winter, and spring, I've been watching the snow pile higher and higher; in some spots it's now gotten to be four slabs thick. I just wondered, what's the thickest you've ever seen snow get in your worlds? (Areas that never thaw don't count (e.g. poles, high latitude mtn. tops, etc.))