When you start playing Minecraft Dungeons, you will quickly discover that your camp has a house. This is your house. It's your lovely enchanting table, and fireplace, and pigs. You may be wondering if there is a way to decorate your houses in the game. This is an odd answer because you can do it, but you can't place furniture or anything like that. As you play through the game and achieve certain feats, new items and decorations will be added to the house. New paintings and statues will arrive for you to look at with a sense of awe and wonder. Unfortunately, the game does not have the active crafting and placing of decorations element that normal Minecraft has, but it would be very neat if features like that were to come to the game in the future. Your camp can also be changed as you play through the game. Finishing areas will cause useful NPCs, like the Blacksmith and the Trader, to appear in your camp. You can then buy randomly generated items from them that will match your power level. This is useful, because if one of your pieces of gear is lagging behind because you have been unfortunate with drops, you can spam the random drops until you get something you can replace it, and that all-important bump in your power.