Hmmn, nope! that generated a twilight forest cave world for me what pack are you on? I'm on ultimate.Here is the exact make up i used to create my lava world to power some of my EU/MJ production:
Single Biome, Ocean Biome, Normal Sun, Normal Moon, Normal Stars, Standard Lighting, Stone, Lava, Standard Terrian, Normal Weather, Clear Modifiers.
This world is totally stable and I was lucky enough to have 3 forgotten libraries within eye sight of the spawn
I took that directly from the descriptive book for my stable lava world I made. I have not given it a shot the way you described.I'm pretty sure the biome is supposed to go before the controller. Like:
Ocean Biome, Single Biome, etc.
Otherwise, it won't register correctly.
Also, I'm not sure what happens if you put two 'adjectives' into the standard terrain - does only one of them work, or do they both?
Thanks I got it working now!I took that directly from the descriptive book for my stable lava world I made. I have not given it a shot the way you described.
As for the two adjectives for standard terrain it works fine. for example end stone water standard terrain will replace all stone with end stone instead. putting lava in place of water will replace all water generated with lava blocks.
Just found this thread which might be related to what your seeing:
I just tested the exact same descriptive book in the ultimate pack I got everything i wanted except instead of a lava ocean I got a normal ocean. Everything else was stable and working fine.
this is correct. I have made a perfect lava world [at least perfect for what i need it for].Playing FTB Ultimate pack and following this guide got me my lava ocean:
Following this guide, the arrangement would be - Ocean Biome, Single Biome, Lava, Standard Terrain, ... [rest as you desire]
According to this guide, the modifier normally goes before what's being modified with the exception being the biome(s)/biome type at the beginning of the book. So for a lava ocean, the lava page would precede the terrain generation page.