Biomes

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There are several biomes in One Hour One Life, from green grasslands to barren badlands. Each biome has resources commonly associated with it, though many can be found in multiple biomes. Biomes can vary in temperature. In the Temperature Overhaul update, deserts and jungles became hotter, and a "Thermal Shock" component was added which causes you to rapidly jump between extreme temperatures if you cross certain biome boundaries without the insulation of clothes. It is no longer advised to stand on desert edges to keep warm. Use a fire instead.

Grasslands[edit | edit source]

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Milkweed, Gooseberry Bushes, trees (juniper, yew, maple, poplar), saplings, fertile soil deposits, wild potato.

Generally wild food, and branches for kindling and tools. Grasslands are cold, but bearable if wearing a full set of clothes.

Yellow Prairies[edit | edit source]

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Rabbit holes, Wild Carrots, wild wheat, juniper tree, bison, turkey, wild squash, teosinte, wild beans. Yellow Prairies are cold, but bearable if wearing a full set of clothes.

Swamps[edit | edit source]

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Ponds, tule reeds, large trees (willow, bald cypress), Canada geese, clay deposits, boars. A good place for farms, considering the water for plants. Swamps are cold, but bearable if wearing a full set of clothes.

Badlands[edit | edit source]

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Iron ore, flint, assorted stones (big, round, flat, limestone), trees (white pine), wolves, bears, mouflon, cabbage, cinnabar, lapis lazuli. Badlands are colder than grasslands, though not as cold as tundra.

Tundra[edit | edit source]

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Also known as Polar. white pine trees, assorted stones (big, round, flat), penguins, seals, ice holes, tarry spots, gold veins. Bitterly cold.

Desert[edit | edit source]

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Alum, Dead Tree, Barrel Cactus, Hot Spring, Tarry Spot, Rattle Snake, Wild Horse, assorted stones (big, round, flat). Searingly hot.

Jungle[edit | edit source]

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Mango trees, Rubber Tree, Oil Palm, Banana Tree, Mosquito Swarm. Jungle is hot, though not as hot as desert.



History[edit | edit source]

  • v.170 - Jungle biome added
  • v.200 - Jungles are no longer an ideal temperature and are much hotter. Deserts are much hotter and are no longer suitable for settling. Thermal Shock component added.