The entire area is located in the Ocean. The exact name of the ocean is unknown. The Main Biome holds the player bases, which is 6 bases (max players in the server) but 9 in total, probably just in case a 7th player occasionally joins, as well as for a variety of locations to load. The players can travel throughout Lumberland, chopping wood and transporting across seas and back to their base for processing and selling.
In Lumberland, certain zones are classified as "Biomes", in which players can find different types of wood, scenery, and sometimes, shops. Each biome has its own music.
There are six major biomes, some biomes consisting of smaller semi-biomes.
There are four minor biomes.
Semi-Biomes, which are smaller areas in biomes, can have its own tree generation, but has
It has be argued whether or not the Swamp is considered a giant biome or a semi-biome as it is much smaller than the other major biomes but it's extremely unique, unlike most semi-biomes.
Anomalies are areas in biomes and semi-biomes which are considered not an actual feature of the game but may play a significant role in upcoming updates, or may be used in events. Some are also considered terrain bugs that just happened to be accessible.
Caves / Tunneling Systems
Caves & Tunneling Systems are areas that are usually beneath ground or carved out in rock, which are usually dark and contain excessive amounts of fog. Some of these are anomalies, and some of these are semi-biomes.
- Mountain Passage Cave
- The Maze
- Rock Bridge Cave
- River Tunnel
- Boulder Cave
- Snow Cave
- Swamp Cavern
- End Times Biome
- Shrine of the Sight
- Lost Cave
- The Den
Passages / Pathways
Passages are long ramps or roads which lead to a destination. They are neither biomes or semi-biomes. Some lead to nowhere, which speculates upcoming features for the game.
There are many theories about how Lumberland and its geography came to be. One possible theory is that the brown rocks in Lumberland, are slate volcanic rocks created by ancient lava flows throughout the island.
The Safari Mountain Passage could have possibly been a waterfall long ago, as the Swamps river stops at the passage. The Taiga Mountain Passage may have been shaped by layers of ice and snow slowly pushing on the rock and making it smooth.
The Ocean Cove could have been possibly a volcano during prehistoric times, but the volcano collapsed in on itself creating a caldera.
The Volcano we have today may have been taller during prehistoric times, and the volcano currently is undergoing a collapse like the Ocean Cove volcano.
The Swamp could have used to be a flat area of cliffs which eroded due to water flows shaping the rocky area into a valley.
Some also believe that the game Metalworks Sandbox, made by Defaultio, is Lumberland after some catastrophic event. There is evidence is because of dried out lakes and oceans, and trees similar to the Oak trees in LT2 and that there is an arch in the game which could have been the Snow Arch.
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