Wyvern Lair Tree

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Wyvern Lair Tree
Wyvern Lair Tree.png
Biome(s)

Wyvern Lair

Consists of
Can generate in
existing chunks

No

Wyvern Lair trees are generated structures of Wyvern Lair Log and Wyvern Lair Leaves blocks found in the Wyvern Lair.

Structure[edit | edit source]

These large trees are found in the Wyvern Lair, and are larger than every tree in Minecraft except for large spruce trees and jungle trees. Tree canopies are composed of Wyvern Lair leaf blocks, and grow several blocks higher than the highest log. The canopy may begin from the ground and go up to 4 blocks from the ground. Tree canopies are generated from roughly spherical clusters of leaves about 5 to over a dozen blocks across, centered on sections of trunk or branches.

Most of the time, a single tree will have between one and six branches, and each branch will have between one and six Wyvern Lair logs.

Growth and characteristics[edit | edit source]

Wyvern Lair trees are created when a map chunk is generated in the Wyvern Lair. However, unlike Minecraft trees, Wyvern Lair trees do not have saplings, and cannot be grown by the player. Also, Wyvern Lair trees do not drop saplings when their leaves are destroyed.

Uses[edit | edit source]

Wyvern Lair trees can be chopped down for their wood, which can be crafted into Wyvern Lair wood planks. The leaves can be harvested and used for decoration.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Floating trees may appear when small above-ground ponds or lava lakes generate in an area. This happens since the tree is spawned when the chunk loads first, before the pond or lava lake appears underneath. This leaves the tree floating above the lake.

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