Biomes

From Deeeep.io Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search

Biomes are regions of the map that contain different forms of food, terrain, and even different animals (by giving afflictions to animals that do not belong in a certain biome) from one another.

King list[edit | edit source]

The king list is a special leaderboard located in the top left corner of your screen when in-game. It lists the players who have the highest score of any other animal suited to their biome. There is a small icon to the right of each player shown in the leaderboard that represents what their animal is. ‘qwertydogg’ is usually the name of specific leaders of the deeeep biome.

sadly, due to the new updates this does not show up.

Biome afflictions[edit | edit source]

A biome affliction is a negative effect that is put on animals who stay in a biome for too long when they are not supposed to inhabit it (e.g. if an ocean surface animal stays in the ocean for too long, they will lose oxygen and vice versa). Biome afflictions range from losing oxygen (drowning/suffocating) to losing pressure. The effects biome afflictions have on animals are mostly just taking DPS. Usually the only differences between afflictions are the common times each affliction gives an animal before they start taking damage, and the amount of damage that is dealt every second. An animal can have multiple biome afflictions at the same time.

This is a list of biome afflictions:

Affliction Common time Description
Oxygen 20s Affects surface animals that enter the water and vice versa.

Affects stonefish when burrowing.

Leaving the water as a surface animal instantly restores all oxygen.

If a surface animal eats a bubble, it will restore oxygen.

Temperature 10s When taking damage, you are also slowed down.

Afflects arctic animals that leave the arctic and vice versa.

If a non-arctic animal eats volcano food, it will restore temperature.

Temperature is restored when absorbed by a whale.

Pressure 5s Affects deeeep animals that leave the deeeep and vice versa.
Salinity 20s (Previously 30 [Previously 45]) HP does not regen when you are taking damage.

Affects swamp animals that leave the swamp and vice versa.

The surfaces do not drain salinity, but do not restore it either.

Ocean[edit | edit source]

The largest biome in the game, the borders of its region cover the center of the map.

Animals that are not suited for the ocean will experience the following afflictions:

  • Animals from the ocean surface will lose oxygen in the ocean (though some animals that lose oxygen while in the ocean are still suited to it as they can swim and have long oxygen times).
  • Animals from the arctic will lose temperature in the ocean.
  • Animals from the arctic surface will lose temperature and oxygen in the ocean.
  • Animals from the deeeep will lose pressure in the ocean.
  • Animals from the swamp will lose salinity in the ocean.

Ocean animals[edit | edit source]

This is a complete list of all animals that can inhabit the ocean.

Ocean terrain[edit | edit source]

This is a complete list of terrain that can generate within the ocean.

  • Islands
  • Anenome
  • Beaver dams
  • Shipwreck

Ocean food[edit | edit source]

This is a complete list of food that can spawn within the ocean.

  • Plankton
  • Algae
  • Dam food
  • Bubbles
  • People

Ocean surface[edit | edit source]

The surface of the ocean is almost as large as the ocean itself, located above the ocean.

Animals that are not suited for the ocean surface will experience the following afflictions:

  • Animals from the ocean will lose oxygen on the ocean surface.
  • Animals from the arctic will lose temperature and oxygen on the ocean surface.
  • Animals from the arctic surface will lose temperature on the ocean surface.
  • Animals from the deeeep will lose oxygen and pressure on the ocean surface.
  • Animals from the swamp will not regenerate salinity on the ocean surface.
  • Animals from the swamp surface will not regenerate salinity on the ocean surface (though as long as they stay out of the water, this will not matter).

Ocean surface animals[edit | edit source]

This is a complete list of animals that can inhabit the ocean surface.

Ocean surface terrain[edit | edit source]

This is a complete list of terrain that can generate within the ocean surface.

  • Islands
  • Bushes
  • Trees
  • Beaver dams
  • Clouds

Ocean surface food[edit | edit source]

This is a complete list of food that can spawn within the ocean surface.

  • Apples
  • Berries
  • Coconuts
  • People
  • Flappy Ducks

Arctic[edit | edit source]

A cold-themed biome, pollock spawn here. It is located to the left of the map.

Animals that are not suited for the arctic will experience the following afflictions:

  • Animals from the ocean will lose temperature in the arctic.
  • Animals from the ocean surface will lose oxygen and temperature in the arctic.
  • Animals from the arctic surface will lose oxygen in the arctic (though some animals that lose oxygen while in the arctic are still suited to it as they can swim and have long oxygen times).
  • Animals from the deeeep will lose temperature and pressure in the arctic.
  • Animals from the swamp will lose temperature and salinity in the arctic.
  • Animals from the swamp surface will lose oxygen, temperature, and salinity in the arctic.

Arctic animals[edit | edit source]

This is a complete list of all animals that can inhabit the arctic.

Arctic terrain[edit | edit source]

This is a complete list of terrain that can generate within the arctic.

  • Volcanoes
  • Glaciers

Arctic food[edit | edit source]

This is a complete list of food that can spawn within the arctic.

  • Ice
  • Yellow Algae
  • Volcano Food

Arctic surface[edit | edit source]

The most barren biome in the game, no food and barely any terrain ever spawn here. Located above the arctic.

Animals that are not suited for the arctic surface will experience the following afflictions:

  • Animals from the ocean will lose oxygen and temperature in the arctic surface.
  • Animals from the ocean surface will lose temperature in the arctic surface.
  • Animals from the arctic will lose oxygen in the arctic surface.
  • Animals from the deeeep will lose oxygen, temperature, and pressure in the arctic surface.
  • Animals from the swamp will lose oxygen, temperature, and will not regenerate salinity on the arctic surface.
  • Animals from the swamp surface will lose temperature and will not regenerate salinity on the arctic surface.

Arctic surface animals[edit | edit source]

This is a complete list of animals that can inhabit the arctic surface.

Arctic surface terrain[edit | edit source]

This is a complete list of terrain that can generate within the arctic surface.

  • Glaciers
  • Igloos

Arctic surface food[edit | edit source]

The arctic surface does not contain any naturally-spawning food whatsoever. The only way any food would appear here is if a player died and they dropped meat or if a seagull flew over and bird poop spawned underneath them.

Deeeep[edit | edit source]

The second largest biome, this biome has a border consisting of several small chunks of land outlining the border between it and the ocean. Located at the bottom-left of the center of the map. In addition, you cannot see as far in this biome.

Animals that are not suited for the deeeep will experience the following afflictions:

  • Animals from the ocean will lose pressure in the deeeep.
  • Animals from the ocean surface will lose oxygen and pressure in the deeeep.
  • Animals from the arctic will lose pressure and temperature in the deeeep.
  • Animals from the arctic surface will lose oxygen, temperature, and pressure in the deeeep.
  • Animals from the swamp will lose pressure and salinity in the deeeep.
  • Animals from the swamp surface will lose oxygen, pressure, and salinity in the deeeep.

Deeeep animals[edit | edit source]

This is a complete list of animals that can inhabit the deeeep.

Deeeep terrain[edit | edit source]

This is a complete list of terrain that can generate within the deeeep.

  • Volcanoes
  • Abandoned House

Deeeep food[edit | edit source]

This is a complete list of food that can spawn within the deeeep.

  • Ice
  • Yellow Algae
  • Volcano Food

Swamp[edit | edit source]

This biome is located to the right of the map, it has two levels of elevation: lower (at sea-level), and elevated (wider than the lower area); the elevated swamp's entrance contains a waterfall and an underwater cave below it.

Animals that are not suited for the swamp will experience the following afflictions:

  • Animals from the ocean will lose salinity in the swamp.
  • Animals from the ocean surface will lose oxygen and salinity in the swamp.
  • Animals from the arctic will lose temperature and salinity in the swamp.
  • Animals from the arctic surface will lose temperature, oxygen, and salinity in the swamp.
  • Animals from the deeeep will lose pressure and salinity in the swamp.
  • Animals from the swamp surface will lose oxygen in the swamp (though some animals that lose oxygen while in the swamp are still suited to it as they can swim and have long oxygen times).

Swamp animals[edit | edit source]

This is a complete list of all animals that can inhabit the swamp.

Swamp terrain[edit | edit source]

This is a complete list of terrain that can generate within the swamp.

  • Broken trees
  • Swamp islands
  • Swamp trees
  • Swamp roots
  • Beaver dams
  • Waterfall

Swamp food[edit | edit source]

This is a complete list of food that can spawn within the swamp.

  • Plankton
  • Algae
  • Dam food

Swamp surface[edit | edit source]

The surface of the swamp is larger than the swamp itself, located above the swamp.

Animals that are not suited for the swamp surface will experience the following afflictions:

  • Animals from the ocean will lose oxygen and will not regenerate salinity on the swamp surface.
  • Animals from the ocean surface will not regenerate salinity on the swamp surface (although as long as they stay out of the water, this will not matter).
  • Animals from the arctic will lose temperature, oxygen, and will not regenerate salinity on the swamp surface.
  • Animals from the arctic surface will lose temperature and will not regenerate salinity on the swamp surface.
  • Animals from the deeeep will lose oxygen, pressure, and will not regenerate salinity on the swamp surface.
  • Animals from the swamp will lose oxygen on the swamp surface.

Swamp surface animals[edit | edit source]

This is a complete list of animals that can inhabit the swamp surface.

Swamp surface terrain[edit | edit source]

This is a complete list of terrain that can generate within the ocean surface.

  • Swamp islands
  • Swamp trees
  • Beaver dams
  • Waterfall

Swamp surface food[edit | edit source]

The swamp surface does not contain any naturally-spawning food whatsoever. The only way any food would appear here is if a player died and they dropped meat or if a seagull flew over and dropped bird poop.

SWAMP DEEEEP

Ocean animals will experience pressure and salinity

swamp animals will experience pressure

Deeeep animals will experience salinity

Ocean surface animals will experience oxygen, salinity, and pressure.

arctic animals will experience temperature, pressure, and salinity.

Arctic surface animals will experience pressure, temperature, oxygen, and salinity.

History[edit | edit source]

This section highlights all the changes made to biomes in documented updates so far. A full changelog can be found here.

Update Changes
Pre-November 4th, 2016 (Release) Added 1 biome: the ocean.
January 17th, 2017 Added a new biome: the arctic!
February 13th, 2017 Added 1 new biome: the deeeep.

Fixed respawning as a penguin outside of the arctic.[1]

February 14th, 2017 deeeep entrances reduced and made smaller.

Jellyfish, ray and squid can now live in the deeeep.

February 14th, 2017 (Later) Fixed bug which caused food to only reappear in the deeeep.
February 28th, 2017 Fixed white light in deep ocean bug.
March 2nd, 2017 Map width and deeeep depth has been increased.
April 5th, 2017 (Beta) The teleport to the arctic bug is NOT fixed yet.
April 15th, 2017 Lampreys can live in the arctic now.

References[edit | edit source]

Promotional Content