Was dinking around some villages in creative and ran into my first llama.
That house is at the tippy top of a steep village on the ocean and just across a ravine from another village, so naturally I'm going to set up a metro district.
Fairly close by is a super extreme area, and I ran right into this.
So, since I've made all kinds of evil temple stuffs, I decided this area is sanctified and marked it as such. This villager metro area is blessed. I put a ring of roses on the highest tree and more roses on all the floating dirt blocks.
Maybe it'll be fun to build some kind of stained glass temple down below, but it'll be a bit since I'm still fencing off and lighting up the villages enough to be able to work in them at night without the villagers coming to any harm. Oh, and I found a third village just a skip away, so -30,000/30,000 will be a really busy metro area on StarrStrukk. Btw, 30,000 is 'Tribe of Blood' in numerology, if you're into that kind of stuff. I'm not, personally, but I grew up around people who take it very seriously, so I'm amused at this showing up in minecraft. Take from it what you will.
Apparently several players have built Solomon's Temple and other religious structures in minecraft. Kinda neat reconstructing archeaological stuff so you can actually do walk-throughs, hadn't even thought of that.
It's occurring to me that I need to name my villages (growing into metro areas and cities) so their designation coordinates on my communication fence at world spawn will have more meaning. I'm really not good at naming things. I'll have to think about this one.