There is on average 3.7 diamonds in a chunk, with a chunk being a 16×16 area. The total amounts of chunks is 14,062,500,000,000. This means there’s 14,062,500,000,000 * 3.7 = 52,031,250,000,000 diamonds in a world! With a Fortune III pickaxe, that would become ~62,437,500,000,000 diamonds.
Does every Minecraft world have diamonds?
Assuming default world generation there will **ALWAYS** be diamonds in every world. Diamond ore only appears below Y level 16, and can be found in veins of 1-10 .
What percentage of a Minecraft world is Diamond?
Obtaining diamonds. A cave with naturally occurring diamond and redstone blobs exposed. Diamonds can be obtained from diamond ore, a rare find found in about ~0.0846% (~1 in 1200) of blocks in levels 5-16. Diamonds can be found anywhere beneath layer 16, but is most common in layers 5-12 in version 1.17.
How many diamonds are there in a map?
3-5 diamonds per map.
How do you find Diamonds fast?
A very effective way to find Diamonds is to branch mine. This involves covering a lot of surface area by making a 2×2 tunnel and digging individual “branches” out from it every third block. By doing this you’re covering a lot of ground quickly without breaking any unnecessary blocks.
How do you find Diamonds in real life?
Surface searching consists of walking up and down the rows of dirt looking for diamonds lying on top of the ground. This is the most productive method following a hard rain. Rain washes the soil away, leaving diamonds and other rocks and minerals exposed on the surface.