Ph1lza uncovers possible Minecraft lore in upcoming Ancient Cities

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Popular Minecraft Streamer and creator Ph1lza uncovered secrets hidden in ancient cities while testing the latest Minecraft live snapshot on his Twitch channel. These secrets tell a devastating story of the downfall of a past civilization.

Ancient Cities are upcoming ruinous structures that will be officially added to the Deep Dark biome in the future Minecraft update. They contain valuable loot chests, including items to help them against the Guardian, such as enchanted Swift Sneak Books, Regeneration Potions, and enchanted Golden Apples. It seems that they also contain a story for players to discover.

Screenshot via Ph1lza on YouTube

While flying through an ancient city in search of where chests will spawn in the upcoming 1.19 update Minecraft update, Ph1lza accidentally found a secret layer hidden underneath. What he found was a series of hidden rooms with strange redstone contraptions, secret experiments, broken windows, and utility blocks usually found in villages.

When he saw it, he joked that maybe it was tradition. And though he was joking at first, he later realized it might actually be real. Minecraft traditions.

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“Someone used to live here,” Ph1lza said. “Maybe it was a peaceful place and then it was corrupted by the Guardian and the deep darkness. An experiment gone wrong triggered it and spread to the world above .

He continued to look around the ancient city and came across another strange structure. This one was made of brightly colored wool and had an unlit campfire inside. At this point, he began to think that there must be some tradition behind the ancient cities and began to analyze it further with his cat.

Screenshot via Mojang

“Looks like there’s been an outbreak, doesn’t it,” Ph1lza continued, “like people living here, doing what they do, scientists chilling in the middle, maybe in a secret cause that seemed rather secret, then through the experimentation of these blocks, that’s right, they caused the deep darkness and it spread.

After saying this, Ph1lza then came to a massive awareness regarding the sculk catalyst block. Sculk catalytic blocks are unique blocks in Minecraft which spreads when entities die near them. Recognizing this factor, Ph1lza reasoned that the reason why the sculk catalyst blocks cover the entire Ancient City, deep darkness, and spill into nearby caves could be because all the inhabitants of the Ancient City are dead.

“Oh my god, I just realized something,” he said, “it spread because everyone died. Dead things, remember, make those things spread. Kill something near it, it spreads. There was a city of people here and it spread from their death.

Screenshot via Mojang

Perhaps the villagers of the past in Minecraft lived in these cities until they were overrun by the Guardian and deep darkness. The evidence present in the ancient cities indicates that the city may have had scientists conducting experiments in secret and that these experiments led to the downfall and destruction of the entire city.

“It’s a city. It’s an ancient city. A city is not a city without people. There were people here and they all died and that’s all that’s left,” Ph1lza concluded.

Ph1lza broadcast their exploration of the new Minecraft live snapshot on his Twitch channel and the full VOD can be viewed on his channel here. He also condensed the stream into a shorter YouTube video which can be viewed below.

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Ph1lza uncovers possible Minecraft lore in upcoming Ancient Cities

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