This Minecraft tutorial explains the Warped Forest biome with screenshots.

In Minecraft, you will spawn into worlds with unique weather, animals, and plants. These regions are known as biomes. Let’s explore the Warped Forest which is a new biome that is found in the Nether dimension in Minecraft.


In Minecraft, the Warped Forest is a new biome that is found in the Nether dimension and will be introduced in the Nether Update. It is known for its greenish-blue landscape and tree-like structures. This is the only Nether biome where you can find enderman.

Let’s explore the characteristics of the Warped Forest biome.


Since the Warped Forest is in the Nether dimension, there is no weather.

Tree-like Structures

In the Warped Forest biome, you will find a new tree-like structure made out of Warped Stem for the trunk, Warped Wart Blocks as the leaves, and Shroomlights can be found growing within its leaves.

The trunk of this tree-like structure is basically the Nether’s version of a log. What makes this type of tree so unique (compared to Overworld trees such as oak, spruce, birch, jungle, acacia, dark oak) is that any item that you craft out of this type of tree can not be destroyed by fire.


The Warped Forest biome has a unique set of vegetation such as warped fungus, warped roots, and nether sprouts:

Item Description
Warped Fungus
Warped Roots
Nether Sprouts
Twisting Vines


In the Warped Forest biome, you will find unique blocks such as warped nylium, warped wart block, netherrack, shroomlight, warped stem, and stripped warped stem:

Item Description
Warped Nylium
Warped Wart Block
Warped Stem
Stripped Warped Stem


The Warped Forest biome is the only Nether biome where you can find enderman:

In the Warped Forest, you can also find the usual mobs common to the Nether such as ghasts and zombified piglin:

Biome ID for Warped Forest

Minecraft Java Edition (PC/Mac)

In Minecraft, the Warped Forest biome has the following Minecraft ID values:

Minecraft ID Version
minecraft:warped_forest 1.16 – 1.19.2

See a complete list of Biome IDs that is interactive and searchable.

  • Minecraft ID is the biome’s Internal ID that is used in game commands such as /locatebiome command.
  • Dimension is the dimension that the biome can be found (such as the Overworld, Nether, or End).
  • Platform is the platform that applies.
  • Version(s) is the Minecraft version numbers that the Minecraft ID is valid for.

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