This doesn't exist in Minecraft; it's just fiction
2013-06-23 16.52.07

At Omberland

Omberland or Dark Village is a biome only accesible with the use of a portal similar to the nether portal but with Nether Bricks or just free. It is similar to the Village but with more structures and made out of Nether Bricks, Nether Brick Fences, Nether Brick Stairs, Nether Brick Slabs and possibly Nether Brick Sign.


The Structures are made out of Nether Bricks (some are made with Iron Bars) and Glowstones or Torches as light. Villagers and Horses lived there. The Villagers can sleep, mine, tie, and brew things though they are NPCs and Passive. Instead of Glass Panes there are Nether Brick Fences.


Instead of Villagers living in a Small or Large House, Regular Huts or spawn in a Witch's Hut, they can rest and store things in their chests.


This is where the Villagers trade or sell things. They can also come out and make Golds, Diamonds, Emeralds, Rubies or Sapphires then put them in the chest. 


This is where librarians sell books or craft Books. They're also Bookshelves.


This is where the Villagers grow Watermelons and Pumpkins. There are no Water with it.

Cane Bridge

This is where Villagers pick Sugar Canes for Sugar and Papers.


This is where Villagers throw away their things


It is similar to the ones that Normal Villages have but there are 3 Tables (with Slabs or Carpets), a Crafting Table and 3 Chests.


This is where Horses are kept and tied. Omber Villagers do not ride them only tie them.

Structure Gallery


  • Pig
  • Sheep
  • Cattle
  • Horse, Donkey, Mule



  • It is based on the word Somber which means darker.
  • There is no Church nor Priest.
  • The Butcher Shop and Butcher is Replaced with the Store and Shop Keeper.

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