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Minecraft builders are renovating 1.19 update's ancient cities as if they were never ruined.
As if the deep dark were not enough, brave builders are out here pulling off whole revamps of Minecraft 1.19's huge new ancient cities. Just some light building between other projects.
The massive, ruined structures that lie deep underground are creepy. They have ruinous pillars that abound in the darkness, covered with sculk blocks, and shriekers that summon the warden to call you if you aren't in their territory.
Perhaps the wardens are just cranky because their homes are in disrepair. Luckily, these builders are restoring the old cities to their former glory. Some have been completely renovated with lush cave vegetation to prove that they used be thriving cities. Some add their own legends and lighten the dark with a lot of bright blocks. At least one decided to keep the atmosphere dark. Perhaps the cities of the past were always dangerous. The most bold of these builders have even constructed their buildings in a strict mode, not creative. I'm not doing that.
These builds make use of the top Minecraft texture packs and shaders to produce vibrant auras. Here are some of the most original and beautiful designs of the ancient city as well as hyperlinks to the creators. As always, this is just the latest in amazing Minecrafting. We've also gathered up some impressive desert temples redesigns, underwater bases, and many more of the top Minecraft designs.
This restored city by Unsorted Guy brings back the deep dark to a time before it was destroyed by wardens and sculk. In this build showcase (opens in a new tab), Unsorted Guy explains how he started by replacing all the sculk blocks with deepslate, transformed the ceilings into stalactites, and then brought in a plethora of vines and leaves from the lush caves. In addition to restoring all the structures, Unsorted Guy relocates some grass blocks and excavates an aquisition, and even constructs his own version of an ancient city farm. This place truly was alive at one point. With all that water, the final construction definitely has a sort of secret mountain city vibe to it.
I'm getting huge Atlantis vibes off this reimagined ancient city created by Andyisyoda. There's also a ton of greenery being added here. It's hard to believe that the underground cities were grey and uncolored.
The build timelapse below shows Andyisyoda constructing incredible bridges over a layer water and dripping with vines. They managed to keep some of the spookiness alive with an lava moat which circles the giant portal. In the end there's an entire sunken city surrounded by towers, massive draping greenery, and walls of lights.
Fixxitt412 was able to design an entire city by hand, in hardcore survival mode. This means that there is no existence after death. Fixxitt412 took 100 days. Fixxitt's construction is also very lush with manicured areas that are dotted with farms and flowers. However, they haven’t eliminated all sculk completely, which feels good.
The building has a mystical feel to it, with lots of lights and stained-glass emanating from the copper conduits that are at the top of the central portal. They've even designed houses for a group of villagers to move down and live in the deep darkness, but I do wonder how long they'll survive.
Another lush subterranean city was built by RandomGgames (opens in new tab) and OceanManRulesZaWardo. This one is more of an overgrown design and could be as abandoned as the ancient cities themselves already are. Similar to the other stunning green structures, it uses a variety of vines and leaves, bringing in the classic glowstone blocks to light. It looks like the pair have gotten rid of nearly all the sculk, and replaced it with wood walkways and arches that are deepslate.
This "build" is actually two screenshots (opens new tab), but it's an impressive image and I couldn't resist putting it up for all of the other inspiration-seekers in this room.
This is the total opposite of all the peaceful, green recreations of the old city. If Seggie ever did a full-on investigation of this I'm sure it would look like a much more terrifying place than Nether fortresses. The skull archway, as well as the blue flames look scary.
Okay I'm not sure if this is a Minecraft build in the slightest. It's an Lego set design based on the ancient cities created by Veyniac540 (opens in new tab). But , seriously, that's seriously neat. They've also put together building instructions and the list of components for those who would like to build it yourself (opens in a new tab). When you're done with Minecraft, there are parts and instructions to help you.
Here's my website: https://minecraft-servers.me/
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