Minecraft has lots and lots of different game-generated structures for a player to find. The structures that do not play a part in getting you to the End, still contain chests and exploring them is fun.
If you do play Minecraft to the end, and you get to the End, and defeat the Ender dragon, you can try to find the End City. The End City gives users, according to Gamepedia, the best loot in the entire game. Finding it is worth the time spent searching for it.
End City finder in Minecraft
To make things easier, you can use a web app to find the End City. All you need is the seed value for your Minecraft world.
There is one catch though; Minecraft has two different editions; Java, and Bedrock. This will work for all Java seeds but there is no guarantee that it will work for a Bedrock seed. To get around it, you need to convert the Bedrock seed to a Java seed.
Bedrock seed to Java
To convert the Bedrock seed to Java,
- If the seed value is positive, use it as it is.
- If the seed value is negative, add 4294967296 to it.
If you’re not clear on how this works, or how to find the seed value for the world, check out our detailed guide on how to convert Minecraft Bedrock seeds to Java.
End City finder
Follow these steps as they are even if you’re using the Bedrock version. Make sure the seed value has been converted to a Java seed value.
- Visit the Chunkbase End City finder app.
- From the dropdown, select the Java version.
- Enter the seed value.
- Once the results load, you will see dots on the grid.
- Hover the mouse over a dot and look at the bottom right.
- You will see coordinates and whether and what kind of structure the dot represents.
- Note the values down, and go to the End to look for the End City.
You can always use commands to find the End City. If you’re worried about losing your achievements etc., in your game, you can use the seed to create a new world map in creative, and run the command in it. The coordinates that are returned will work for the map that you’re playing in since the seed is the same. Chunkbase doesn’t promise that it will always work for Bedrock but that is easy to circumvent if you convert the seed to Java.