Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Seed & Map: moonburn


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  • Intermediate
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  • Expert
  • Suicidal Expert

Spawn and Version

Spawn: 6.93.0
Version: XBL 1.1.1 (equiv Beta 1.7.3)

Seed Score
MH 6.8
DW 5.9
C 7.4
W 3.8
SP 3.9
VR 4.2
AF 4.7


Uncle Fester -- a character from the fictional world of the Addams Family -- used to take pleasure in "moonbathing" to keep his milquetoast complexion looking its palest. Conceivably, because the moon does reflect rays of UVB, you could get a "moonburn" if you stayed out there long enough. Of course it could take days, but we're talking science here.

My Review

If for no other reason, the underwater zombie spawn is worth checking this one out. The one thing holding this seed back from being a premium seed is the lack of wood. It's so inconvenient, I just can't let it slide. Beyond that, you're going to find huge, flat stretches of sand speckled here and there -- perfect for someone looking to set up a waterfront condo or anti-creeper, Normandy-style beachhead. The north end of the map has many interesting formations, some of which are featured in the photographs you see here. All in all, a good challenge.

Dangerous Drops

  • [-156.84.-367] dig down for large dead drop cave
  • [203.59.383] pitfall cave inside of hidi-hole
  • [235.73.-123] medium pitfall cave

Overhangs and Land Bridges

  • [296.65.338] small land bridge
  • [139.75.-334] small overhang with hidi-hole
  • [119.81.-307] large land bridge
  • [-91.71.-358] small land bridge hiding a deep cave with coal
  • [-310.80.-361] small overhang

Items of Interest

  • [127.71.-209] large floater
  • [-2.82.-356] medium squat spire
  • [-381.65.-45] medium sugar, small gravel
  • [-326.68.283] grassland, small gravel
  • [-362.79.325] stalagmite cave
  • [360.74.312] medium cliff dive event
  • [339.65.212] large cave complex with iron
  • [335.65.137] underwater zombie spawn
  • [359.67.52] small clay
  • [300.65.-80] large sugar
  • [353.63.-139] hidi-hole with river
  • [380.67.-229] medium cave complex
  • [247.68.-305] exposed stone with iron
  • [235.69.-292] hidi-hole with coal
  • [155.67.46] suspicious hole
  • [-108.65.136] sandbar


This large land bridge appears to drip rock from it's midway point. In the background, you can see that this is the entrance to a complex of unusual rock formations. Feel free to have a look around, but don't turn your back on the shadows for too long. You'll regret it. At right... don't go in there.

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