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[1.12.2] Spreadable Biome Based on Biome Placement in the Nether

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Hello. I want to create a biome that slowly spreads to surrounding biomes. What would be the best way to achieve this? Also, I want its placement based the locations of a biome in the Nether. For example, biome A is at 80 x and 800 z in the Nether and biome B is at 10 x and 100 z in the Overworld. How feasible would this be? I am already overriding the Nether to generate my own biomes and structures. I don't want the biome to generate naturally with other biomes, but I want it to appear as a few blocks that slowly spread out. Any help is appreciated.

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I have it all working correctly, but would like to know if there is something I am doing incorrectly. I decide to use a world capability that saves the necessary data for each chunk. When generating Nether chunks, I check to see if they contain a certain biome and if they do, I add them to a map which the world capability uses to store data about each chunk. I then tick the chunk data if the corresponding chunk is loaded. Here are the classes:





Tick Handler:



Chunk Generator:


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