Taigas, jungles, and deserts usually have completely different climates, but only in Minecraft could they exist right next to each other. This weird combination of biomes will provide you with a variety of materials to choose from for building. They also give you variation in foods to keep your hunger bar full. Not to mention there’s a dungeon that can give you special, rare items.
Minecraft PE 0.15.X Seed: -53547563
The Mega Taiga
When you spawn, you’ll be on a small jungle island. If you turn around you can see more jungle across the river along with the taiga.
This isn’t just a regular taiga either. It turns into a mega taiga full of unusually tall spruce trees. These large trees will give you plenty of spruce wood to build with.
There is also a small patch of pumpkins near the river between the taiga and the jungle. These underrated gourds can serve as food, light (even underwater), or protection from Endermen.
The Jungle and the Dungeon
The jungle biome across the river gives you a different type of wood to build with, and it also gives you more great food. With both cocoa seeds and melons, you won’t have to worry about starving in this biome.
Besides just offer materials that the taiga doesn’t have, the jungle also holds the dungeon. Follow the line between the jungle and the taiga until you see a desert biome, and then turn right into the jungle. Somewhere around there you should find a cave opening.
Inside the cave, you’ll find a spider dungeon with two chests. If the dungeon isn’t there, you may have to recreate the world. It doesn’t always generate correctly. However, if it generates correctly, you’ll find iron horse armor, enchanted books, name tags, iron ingots, gunpowder, and food in the two chests.
In the desert beyond the jungle, you can find even more variations of materials to use. (Mostly sand and cactus.) Lava pits and desert wells can help you get obsidian or more cobblestone depending on how you harvest it. Rabbits also run wild in the desert. If you can catch them, they provide meat, skins, and occasionally a lucky foot.
So there you have it. A seed with battling climates that provide you with lots of different materials. See what you can create with all of the options given to you.