Minecraft Mobs and Creatures


The passive mobs include pigs, sheep, cows, chickens, and squids. These creatures roam all around the Minecraft world. They also give you resources that you can use for different things. You will need to

hunt for pigs, especially if you are low on health.

-Pigs- Pigs will give you meat that you can cook and then consume to regain health.

-Sheep- Sheep give you wool; you can decorate your home with this.

-Cows- Before you do a dungeon you will need to make armor, you will need to hunt and kill cows to get leather.

-Chickens- Chickens are known for giving you eggs and feathers. Feathers can be used to make arrows; eggs are used in the recipe to make a cake (which also gives you health).

-Squid- The last passive creature is the squid. The squid will drop ink sacs when you kill it. From these ink sacs you can make dye, which then can be used to dye wool.

There are four main aggressive mobs that you will see while playing Minecraft. Some of them can only spawn in dark places, while others can come out in the day. You will need to take precaution if you run into one of these.

-Creepers- Creepers are the most annoying of these mobs. They can be out during the day or night. They are sneaky; they are silent until they get close to you then let out a hissing sound and explode in about 2 seconds.

-Skeletons- Skeletons only spawn in dark areas like caves or on surface at night. They are fairly quick enemies; they also shoot arrows at players. Skeletons as well as zombies will catch on fire if they get caught in the sunlight.

-Zombies- Zombies are a straightforward enemy. When you get close to them they will make an ominous moaning sound.

-Spiders- The last creature is spiders. Spiders have red glowing eyes that look creepy when you run up on them in a cave. They also make a loud hissing sound when you are close to them. Spiders only attack at night; they will only attack in the day if you attack them.

Hopefully now you will be able to protect yourself from the aggressive mobs in Minecraft. As well as collecting materials from the passive creatures. Which will make your gameplay easier.

Updates will bring more and more mobs and creatures so be prepared for more!


Source by Jan Douncan

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