Tips to Finding Buried Treasure Maps in Minecraft

Buried Treasure Map

Treasure maps have been added to Minecraft 1.11. With their help, you can find various valuable items that will be useful in survival. In the guide, you can find a detailed description of how you can find the treasure map and get it.

How to Find the Treasure Map in Minecraft

The first step is to find the treasure map itself. There are two search methods.

Buy a map from a villager. As a rule, it is sold by a resident cartographer for emeralds. A successful trade requires 12 to 28 emeralds and several compasses. In addition, the cartographer must be upgraded to level 4.

Similar maps can be generated in destroyed dungeons. Try to explore the world to find the item.

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There are three map options. Each of them has its own characteristics. All of them differ in the color of the cross.

Underwater Fortress

This option will help you find an underwater fortress. As a rule, you can walk to it faster than to the mansion. Since it is in the ocean, you can speed up the search process.

Forest Mansion Map

It will help you find the dungeon of the same name. It is important to know that the path to such a building is the longest. Usually, this is 2-3 in-game days, so it’s worth taking a supply of food and good weapons with you to fight back the enemies.

Common Treasure Map

The most valuable option of all is the treasure. The mark points to a chest that is full of various useful resources, such as iron, emeralds, or diamonds. The treasure is located near water, for example, on the beach or in shallow water.

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