Underground Cabins are small subterranean structures generated at world creation. They are themed after the biome they are found in, being built with blocks that represent that biome, and contain the appropriate chest type that carries all the special loot. Often they also contain pots for additional loot. Chests found in Underground Cabins require no keys to unlock, and contain an assortment of accessories, potions, weapons and coins. Underground Cabins also contain various furniture items such as statues, tables, chairs, bookcases, kegs, looms, pianos, extractinators, and chandeliers. Many paintings can in particular be obtained only from Underground Cabins.
- Cabins may be used for housing if they are 'repaired' in the sense of patching up wall holes and supplying any missing furniture requirements. This does not require the player to destroy existing walls or furniture and then re-place them. Alternatively it is entirely possible to destroy the entire cabin and then use the materials to build a house elsewhere.
- Chandeliers, if present, are usually turned off; they may or may not be wired to a switch that can turn them on, but in any case breaking and replacing them will leave them lit.
- Cabins are frequently set with traps, including activated statues wired to pressure plates, but the wire circuits powering them are often incomplete and present no risk to the player.
- It is possible, although rare, to find an Underground Cabin in an Ocean biome.
An Underground Cabin. Torches were placed by a player.
A Mushroom-themed Underground Cabin in an underground Glowing Mushroom biome.
An Ice-themed Underground Cabin in the Ice biome.
A Jungle-themed Underground Cabin in the Underground Jungle.
A Desert-themed Underground Cabin in the Underground Desert.
A Granite-themed Underground Cabin in a Granite Cave.
A Marble-themed Underground Cabin in a Marble Cave.
- 电脑版 188.8.131.52：
- Now generate in more biomes and use the corresponding blocks and furniture to those biomes.
- 电脑版 1.1：引入。