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Sgt_Rubber_Ducky

Cold, Wet Sequoia Forest

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I'm looking for a really cold, really wet sequoia forest with a good type of rock and a varying bunch of trees.

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Tree spawning is actually based on climate, so there's a hard limit of just how cold and wet an area can be and still spawn sequoias.

 

The minimum average biome temperature has to be at least 10 for sequoias to spawn, so a really cold area really isn't going to happen. The rainfall cap for sequoias is the maximum though, so the "really wet" portion is possible.

 

http://wiki.terrafirmacraft.com/Trees#Types

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If you're still looking, I found several sequoias by a lake at around -11500 with temperature of 10 and rainfall of 2000. The rock type around that area is limestone with marble second layer, the tree types are spruce and pine and the area is really nice with open fields next to the lake.

 

The seed is -6203232799327576100

 

and the coords of the lake with sequoias is around x: -1800 z: -11636 

and also an area between a lake and a river around x: -2100 z:-11500 with Dolomite

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