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These features are confirmed, but not yet added to the game.

Ravine
Ravine
A Ravine

Type

Generated Structure

First Appearance

Unknown

Ravines are Generated Structures that may be added in a future update.

Generation

They are large cracks in Minecraft worlds that are less than 7 Blocks wide but can be 40-50 Blocks deep, often leading to various underground structures and rare Ores.

Usage

Ravines by themselves have no use, but it is highly recommended to take advantage of Ravines due to their unique and impressing structure, and the increased percentage of finding Ores much quicker than mining in a Cave. They often reveal many underground structures like Abandoned MineshaftsStrongholds, and Dungeons. They often also reveal rare ores like Diamond Ore and Emerald Ore.

Trivia

  • Ravines were originally rumored for Update 0.9.0, and then Update 0.10.0.
    • However, they were not added.
    • They were rumored again for Update 0.13.0 and then for Update 0.14.0. However, they were again not added.
  • Ravines sometimes overlap or cross each other upon generation.
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Moss Stone Boulders | Abandoned Mineshaft (Mesa Mineshafts) | Dungeon (New Dungeon) | Mineral Vein | Desert Well | Lava Pools | Fallen Tree | Caves | Ravine | Stronghold | Village | Giant Mushrooms | Ice Spikes | Libraries | Desert Temple | Witch Hut | Jungle Temple | Ocean Monument | Igloo | Nether Fortress | Glowstone Cluster | End City | Chorus Tree | End Gateway Portal

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