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Sequoia

Quick question about rainfall.

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Hello, I would like to know if there is a way to change rainfall value? maybe a config option or command. I hope there is so I can make it so rainfall doesn't go below 1000 or something. I find nice places a lot, but the grass is ugly due to rainfall values.

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There is currently no way to do this other than to edit the source code and then compile it again and replace your installation copy with the edited one.

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Probably best to just install a rain control mod (e.g. "Too Much Rain")

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Rain you see in game is not related to the rainfall area value he is talking about. Weather in minecraft is global. 

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