Affects Version/s: Minecraft 18w20a, Minecraft 18w20b
Fix Version/s: Minecraft 18w20c
OS: Windows 10 Pro
Processor: Intel Core i7-6950x
Memory: 64GB DDR4
Graphics: eVGA GeForce GTX 1080 (Drivers: 390.77)
Java: 1.8.0_25 64 Bit
I've noticed throughout the development cycle of 1.13 that End Cities spawn extremely very rarely. This is NOT a duplicate of the bug that was fixed in 18w20a (
MC-125615) which fixed it so End Cities are no longer cut off - In a nutshell, when I travel to the End in my snapshot world (currently on 18w20a) and I try to locate End Cities using the "locate" command, they ONLY ever seem to generate in negative co-ordinates (e.g. X -2000, Z -2000) and never in positive co-ordinates (e.g. X 2000, Z 2000)
Steps to reproduce the bug...
- Generate a new world in 18w20a and go to the End
- Teleport to any positive co-ordinates you can think of (example X=2000, Z=2000)
- Try to use the "locate" command to locate an End City. You should find that the locate command cannot locate any End Cities nearby
- Try instead to teleport to any negative co-ordinates you can think of (example X=-2000, Z-2000). You should now be able to use the locate command to find End Cities.
The attached info-graphic should help provide a visual representation of what's been happening.