Traverse: Legacy Continued

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8,255,518 Downloads Last Updated: Nov 9, 2019 Game Version: 1.12.2

This version of Traverse runs on the Forge mod loader.

Traverse for Fabric can be found here: Traverse (Fabric)

 

Traverse adds a tonne of new biomes to your world! Currently there are 17 biomes.

  • Arid Highlands - Hilly desert with patches of grass and acacia trees.
  • Autumnal Wooded Hills - Autumnal Woods with extreme hills-like terrain.
  • Autumnal Woods - Autumnal Oak forest.
  • Coniferous Forest - Tall, fir trees densely packed in a very varying landscape. Darker, but saturated green grass.
  • Coniferous Wooded Hills - Tall fir trees in extreme hills-like terrain.
  • Desert Shrubland - Grassy patches of desert with tiny oak shrubs.
  • High Coniferous Forest - Tall fir trees in extreme hills-like terrain.
  • Lush Swamp - Lush green swamp with taller trees.
  • Meadow - Flat, lush grassland covered in tallgrass and flowers.
  • Mini Jungle - Miniature jungle biome with no 2x2 jungle trees, and is quite hilly and watery.
  • Plains Plateau - Raised grassland area with sparse trees and boulders.
  • Rock Edge
  • Rolling Hills
  • Snowy Coniferous Forest - A tall fir forest covered in snow.
  • Snowy Coniferous Wooded Hills
  • Snowy High Coniferous Forest
  • Wooded Plateau
  • Woodlands - Plains-like biome with yellower grass and short trees, shrubs, and the occasional fallen tree.

If you have images of the biome, send it to me! I would love to post them up here.

 

If you have any other questions, ask them in our discord here.

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Why "Legacy Continued"

Traverse is now developed primarily for Fabric by Prospector. This is a continuation of Traverse for Forge on newer Minecraft versions, with new biomes, new world generation and more to explore.

Old 1.12 page

Traverse adds 22 biomes:

Added in 1.0.0

  • The Autumnal Woods - Autumnal Oak forest.
  • Mini Jungle - Miniature jungle biome with no 2x2 jungle trees, and is quite hilly and watery.
  • Woodlands - Plains-like biome with yellower grass and short trees, shrubs, and the occasional fallen tree.
  • Meadow - Flat, lush grassland covered in tallgrass and flowers.
  • Lush Swamp - Lush green swamp with taller trees.
  • Red Desert - A normal desert with red sand.
  • Coniferous Forest - Tall, fir trees densely packed in a very varying landscape. Darker, but saturated green grass.

Added in 1.1.0

  • Badlands - Dry plains with boulders and slabs of stone covering some of the surface.
  • Mountainous Desert - A...well... a mountainous desert. Also has some stone formations.
  • Rocky Plateau - Raised grassland area with sparse trees and boulders.
  • Forested Hills - Forest with extreme hills-like terrain.
  • Birch Forested Hills - Birch Forest with extreme hills-like terrain.
  • Autumnal Wooded Hills - Autumnal Woods with extreme hills-like terrain.

Added in 1.2.0

  • Cliffs - Tall stone mountains, generally with huge stone walls and a flattish top.
  • Glacier - Icy hills topped with snow.
  • Glacier Spikes - A Glacier biome but with ice spikes.
  • Snowy Coniferous Forest - A tall fir forest covered in snow.

Added in 1.3.0

  • Lush Hills - A hilly forest with lush foliage; reminiscent of Alpha.

Added in 1.4.0

  • Desert Shrubland - Grassy patches of desert with tiny oak shrubs.

Added in 1.5.0

  • Arid Highland - Hilly desert with patches of grass and acacia trees.
  • Thicket - Dense trees with a coarse dirt and grass floor, fallen trees, shrubs, and small patches of podzol and gravel.
  • Rocky Plains - Greener and less flat plains with large rock patches, shrubs, and boulders.

Do you use the Dynamic Trees mod? Use odorousrex60365's Dynamic Trees - Traverse Compat add-on!

 

The Biomes Traverse Adds:

  we don't talk about the Canyon or Crag Cliffs biomes

 

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