20 Best Minecraft 1.19 Seeds You Should Check Out

By | June 27, 2022

(*20*) 1.19 The Wild Update is garnering attention from the community and for all the right reasons. It brings new biomes to the game alongside unique new mobs. These new additions aim to make the game more diverse and inviting. But you can’t experience these amazing features if you don’t spawn at the right location. That’s why we are here with the best (*20*) 1.19 seeds that land you in the perfect spots to explore everything great about the wild update. We will also provide the coordinates you can use to teleport in (*20*) to reach certain special locations. Having said that, let’s not waste a moment more and explore the top (*20*) 1.19 seeds.

Best (*20*) 1.19 Seeds (2022)

In this list, we will only cover the best seeds for the (*20*) Java Edition. Bedrock players can refer to our lengthy list of best (*20*) 1.19 Bedrock seeds from the linked article. Use the list below to explore the seeds that catch your fancy as they aren’t ranked in any way.

1. Find Allay At Spawn

Opening with a bang, our first seed spawns us next to a Pillager Outpost with hostile mobs waiting to hunt you. If it was on any other version of the game, we would term this as a deadly spawn. But thanks to the (*20*) 1.19 update, this spawn is now the best place to find Allay in (*20*) right off the bat. If you have been through our guide about (*20*)’s cute new mob Allay, you might know that they are trapped in cages next to the outposts.

So, you only have to cleverly break the wooden cage, free the Allay and run away to the closest village. Since the cage is on the outer edge of the outpost structure, you might be able to do it without getting noticed and chased by the pillagers. But if things don’t go your way, you can always come back to this amazing spot after some preparation.

  • Seed Code: -7697517329571641383
  • Spawn Biome: Plains
  • Allay Cage Coordinates: 69, 66, 82

2. Mineshaft in Ancient City

Before the new update, the only non-story structure generated inside (*20*)’s cave was the Mineshaft. You could get amazing loot in it after fighting a bunch of basic mobs. But stakes are high now because the Mineshaft near your spawn leads directly to an Ancient City. Together, they can provide you with all the overworld loot you need. But unless you know how to defeat the Warden, this adventure can turn out to be hell.

  • Seed Code: 4189766944005904899
  • Spawn Biome: Plains
  • Main Coordinates: 189, -27, 179

3. Three Ancient Cities Next to Stronghold

If I had to choose a favorite seed from our list of best (*20*) 1.19 seeds, this is probably the one. It spawns 3 ancient cities within 100 blocks of each other. You can get all the loot you will ever need and some more from these structures.

But that’s not all. If you move a few steps above the cities, you will find a full-fledged stronghold merged into a mineshaft. Everything in this seed is super rare, and you probably won’t find anything similar in (*20*) anytime soon.

  • Seed Code: 7901583960864769992
  • Spawn Biome: Jungle
  • First Ancient City Coordinates: 1224, -44, 488
  • Second Ancient City Coordinates: 1384, -44, 184
  • Third Ancient City Coordinates: 1624, -44, 104
  • Stronghold Coordinates: 1641, 6, 339

4. Merged Swamps

One of the new truly “wild” features of the (*20*) 1.19 update is the mangrove swamps biome. It takes the existing swamp biome as the base and turns it into one of the most beautiful biomes. But most players are still not able to understand the level of upgrades in this biome. Fortunately, this seed here will help in that.

It spawns you close to a regular swamp biome, which then merges into a huge mangrove swamp. With such a spot, you can understand the differences between the two swamp biomes easily. Moreover, you can also use this opportunity to collect two out of three variants of the (*20*) Frogs.

  • Seed Code: 6705098208300174216
  • Spawn Biome: Jungle
  • Main Coordinates: -123, 64, 261

5. Deep Dark Biome with 15 Ancient Cities

If you are a fan of the newly added Deep Dark biome, you are going to love our next best (*20*) 1.19 seed. This seed spawns you close to a huge deep dark biome that spreads over thousands of blocks, engulfing a whopping total of 15 ancient cities. Whether you want to go on a Warden hunting rampage or merely want enough areas to explore on your (*20*) server, this seed should be enough.

  • Seed Code: 2296616468809785931
  • Spawn Biome: Birch Forest
  • Closest Ancient City Coordinates: 1640, -40, 88

6. The Forgotten Mangrove Village

Before you grill me in the comments section, no, (*20*) isn’t giving us new villages in the 1.19 update. But this seed gets you pretty close to making it a reality. You spawn close to a massive Mangrove swamp biome on whose edge we have a savanna village. It only requires a tiny bridge to connect the two biomes.

Since we already have models of swamp villagers in the game, you only need to breed villagers in (*20*) in the mangrove swamp to get them. After that, you can slowly start expanding the savanna village into the swamp biome to give yourself what (*20*) is yet to release.

  • Seed Code: -2778224909341529171
  • Spawn Biome: Savanna
  • Village Coordinates: 705, 62, 225

7. Mangrove Swamp Spawn Seed

With enough effort, you can find the Mangrove Swamp biome in due time. But with this (*20*) 1.19 seed, you can skip the waiting and exploring part. This seed directly spawns you inside the Mangrove Swamp biome. The biome in itself is not that large. But if you wish to visit the Mangrove Swamp after inst
alling the update, this seed is a much better option than looking for the biome with no hints to go around.

  • Seed Code: 6306808076142139007
  • Spawn Biome: Mangrove Swamp

8. Mangrove Pillager Outpost

This seed spawns us next to a Pillager outpost on the edge of a Mangrove swamp biome. If you get closer, the mangrove trees appear to be taking over the outpost, which is cool. You can walk over the mangrove trees to easily get the goat horn from the upper floor’s chest at this outpost. Though, unfortunately, you can’t find an Allay in (*20*) through this outpost.

  • Seed Code: -4890848222659350158
  • Coordinates: -1312, 70, -336

9. Easily Get a Bunch of Allays

The best place to get Allays in (*20*) is the Woodland mansions. They are a rare pillager structure that generates in the dark forest. But because the dark forest is a rare biome in itself, you might have to travel a bit before finding a mansion. Lucky for you, this (*20*) 1.19 seed doesn’t make you travel.

It provides a woodland mansion very close to spawn. You can easily reach it and explore its cage room to get all the Allays you need in no time. It can provide you with enough Allays to even make an automatic Allay farm in (*20*).

  • Seed Code: -702411727950161736
  • Spawn Biome: Forest
  • Allay Cage Coordinates: 229, 97, 476

10. Deep Dark Dripstone Caves

One thing that Dripstone caves and the Deep Dark have in common is their openness. Both of them are huge open areas with hostile mobs and in-game ores. But when it comes to their colors, the contrast difference is massive. The dripstone is made up of dull but lightly colored blocks. On the other hand, the deep dark follows a dark but vivid color scheme.

So, what do you get when both of these biomes spawn together. That’s where this seed comes in. Here, you simply have to dig close to your spawn to reach a merger of dripstone with the deep dark. The scene is not only rare but also beautiful.

  • Seed Code: -6508583362350818497
  • Spawn Biome: Forest
  • Dark Dripstone Cave Coordinates: 129, -34, -353

11. Sculk in Stronghold

We are halfway through, and we have a special speed for you now. Its main feature is that it spawns a stronghold right on top of an ancient city. Because of that, you get a rare scene where the features of two structures start spawning in each other’s spots.

And if that wasn’t enough, we also get a rare end portal in this stronghold, which has two entrances instead of one. It might not make much difference but such an occurrence is hard to come across in another seed.

  • Seed Code: -3123214652609309440
  • Spawn Biome: Savanna
  • Stronghold Coordinates: 2072, 2, 90
  • Deep Dark Coordinates: 2072 -40 24

12. Ancient Lush City

Our next seed combines (*20*)’s most welcoming cave biome with its scariest biome. Yeah, we are talking about the merger of lush caves and the deep dark, which results in a unique and beautiful ancient city. You can easily find Axolotls in (*20*) here too, which can act as a good distraction while you run from the Warden.

  • Seed Code: -8687393869649825644
  • Spawn Biome: Snowy Plains
  • Ancient City Coordinates: 2040, -41, -728

13. Best Speedrun Seed for (*20*) 1.19

Irrespective of the update, speedrunning is something that isn’t leaving (*20*) anytime soon. And if you are a speedrunner too, this seed is perfect for you. It gives you one of the closest possible strongholds to your spawn point on the Java edition. You only have to travel about 1300 blocks to find this exposed stronghold.

While you are on the way, you will find plenty of ruined portals and a couple of villages. All of that would be more than enough to help you collect the required resources and cover your journey into the Nether.

  • Seed Code: 1216998451290974659
  • Spawn Biome: Savanna
  • Stronghold Stairway Coordinates: 1332, 28, 548

14. Exposed Mineshaft Next to Village

I usually consider it unlucky whenever a village spawns next to ravines due to high chances of fall damage. But not on our next seed. Here, the ravine next to the village leads directly to a huge exposed Mineshaft just waiting for you to loot it. Make sure you know how to avoid fall damage in (*20*) while climbing down the ravine.

  • Seed Code: 5636173029472278327
  • Spawn Biome: Plains
  • Mineshaft Coordinates: 215, 9, -261

15. Broken Jungle and Mangrove Swamps

Our next seed is special because of two reasons. First, it spawns us close to one of the largest mangrove swamp biomes. You can get lost on its surface or create new (*20*) parkour maps on its roof. Then, there’s a neighboring jungle biome to explore once you’re done with the mangrove swamp.

If you follow the jungle biome, you will reach a bunch of islands that create a scene that looks nothing less than the aftermath of a bombing. Floating islands, glitched chunks, sky touching bamboos, it has everything you can imagine. Uniquely, this seed captures the best of both the latest updates of (*20*).

  • Seed Code: -2794667256771818677
  • Spawn Biome: Jungle
  • Jungle Island Coordinates: -28, 146, -184
  • Mangrove Swamp Coordinates: 22, 63, 132

16. Survival Island with Shipwreck

Over the years, players have discovered multiple challenging ways to play (*20*). But still, nothing seems to impress players more than the survival island spawn. It puts you in a tricky situation where you have to survive with limited resources and no sense of direction. And that’s where our next seed puts you in (*20*) 1.19.

Fortunately, the spawn island is loaded with wood and even has bees. So, you can easily make a bee farm in (*20*) to survive and gather resources. Then, if you want to make progress, there is a floating shipwreck quite close to your spawn point. You simply have to swim to the shipwreck to collect everything else you need.

  • Seed Code: 8490635458390752516
  • Spawn Biome: Savanna
  • Shipwreck Coordinates: -371, 66, -225

17. Waterlogged Ancient City

Most ancient cities spawn under the landmass in (*20*). But not the one in this (*20*) 1.19 seed, as it is unique and one of the best worlds to explore on this list. Here, you spawn right above an ancient city. You can either dig down to find it or dive into the ocean on your side to find multiple openings leading to it. Then as you might expect, the city’s deep dark biome also has multiple waterlogged areas.

  • Seed Code: -6918689756545845259
  • Spawn Biome: Plains
  • Ancient City Coordinates: 200, -40, 168

18. Stuck in the Middle

Villages in (*20*) usually only have to face one temperature. But that’s not the case with this seed’s Taiga village, which is stuck between greenery and snow. There is a seemingly endless cold frozen area on one side. Meanwhile, the village’s other side is filled with large forests. You can choose to travel to either, but we suggest staying in the village.

It is a tiny village, but with enough resources, farm areas, and an ironsmith village. You can get almost every basic resource you need here. And if you want a base that gets both snowfall and rain at the same time, you should definitely check out this (*20*) 1.19 seed.

  • Seed Code: -7819153021380058275
  • Spawn Biome: Snowy Taiga
  • Village Coordinates: 53, 65, 24

19. Largest Hot Desert Spawn

It’s time to turn up your AC because this seed is hot, and we are talking literally. This seed spawns you next to a desert village, which can help you find decent loot. But once you are done, there is not much to look forward to other than endless barren land.

For hundreds of blocks, this seed only features desert and badlands biomes that are not known for their plantation. Though, the occasional cave openings are definitely welcoming if you know the ore distribution in (*20*).

  • Seed Code: 2356348494561932660
  • Spawn Biome: Desert

20. Mangrove Swamp Survival Island

Islands made of swamp biomes are not only rare, but also bizarre to look at. But thanks to the final seed on our list of best (*20*) 1.19 seeds, you can spawn on one. And since there aren’t many other pieces of land nearby, this is also your survival island. So, if you wanted to try survival island gameplay but without the general forest or plains biome, this seed has the challenge for you.

  • Seed Code: -7135175970849399448
  • Spawn Biome: Jungle

Explore the Best (*20*) 1.19 Seeds

With that, you are now ready to dive into the world of (*20*) 1.19 with amazing worlds to spawn into. You can use them to find the new frogs mob, fight the Warden, or collect a bunch of Allays to make an automatic farm. As for players still on the earlier versions of (*20*), we have covered the best (*20*) seeds for 1.17 and 1.18 as well. But if these seeds aren’t enough, you can try out the best (*20*) mods to take the game to another level. With these mods, you can even include features not yet planned for the game. Having said that, (*20*) 1.19 still has hundreds of undiscovered seeds. So, if you come across some interesting seeds, don’t forget to share them with our readers in the comments below.

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