Minecraft players come in all different shapes, sizes, ages, and more. The type of Minecraft everyone wants to play can be different whether you like speedrunning, vanilla Minecraft, custom maps or PvP worlds, and yet, no matter your preference - we're all just a little scared of Herobrine.
Herobrine is one of the biggest creepypasta names in games. This demonic version of Steve from Minecraft has appeared all over the internet as both supposed fact and full-on fiction - there have been so many fan debates questioning the legitimacy of the stories that come with the monster but now his world seed has been found. The world where the Herobrine story originates.
The tale goes a little bit like this. A Minecraft gamer in single-player mode comes across a figure that is exactly like the default Minecraft character Steve, except his eyes are a ghostly white. The figure disappears in the fog ahead of the player and vanished but the Minecraft world now has some features in it that seem completely man-made rather than autogenerated. Two-by-two block tunnels, sand pyramids in the sea and tree groves stripped of their leaves. It was even rumoured that Herobrine was an incarnation of the Minecraft creator's brother.
Of course, there is only one single screenshot of this story to give it any form of legitimacy - and it's one where Herobrine can be barely seen in the distance. Like the Loch Ness Monster of gaming.
This new seed discovery shows off the world in which the creepypasta originated - just without Herobrine's presence. The post comes from Minecraftathome on Reddit and shows that user andrew_555 (or Kminster) had found the exact spot the Herobrine screenshot comes from. And now with the power of that world seed, you can go visit it yourself too if you like.
Details for the seed are as follows according to PC Gamer: Seed: 478868574082066804, Version: Java Alpha 1.0.16_02, Alpha coordinates: X=5.06 Y=71 (72.62 eye pos) Z=-298.54, Modern coordinates: X=5.16 Y=71 Z=-298.53, Camera angle: RX=93.75 RY=-1.2.
I mean, Herobrine doesn't really exist so what's the harm in going into the world to have a look around, ay? Wait, he doesn't exist, does he? Maybe I'll leave the seed be, to be honest, I'm perfectly happy for my Minecraft to be Herobrine-less.
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