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The Mobs of Minecraft

This section of the guide is broken up into major subtypes of mobs for your convenience, including the following:

(1) Boss Mobs
(a) The Ender Dragon

(2) Hostile Mobs

(a) Blazes
(b) Cave Spiders
(c) Creepers
(d) Ghasts
(e) Magma Cubes
(f) Silverfish
(g) Skeletons
(h) Slimes
(i) Spiders
(j) Spider Jockey
(k) Zombies

(3) Neutral Mobs
(a) Enderman
(b) Wolves
(c) Zombie Pigmen

(4) Non-Player Characters (NPCs)

(a) Blacksmith
(b) Butcher
(c) Farmer
(d) Librarian
(e) Priest
(f) Villager (No Profession)

(5) Passive Mobs
(a) Chickens
(b) Cows
(c) Mooshrooms
(d) Pigs
(e) Sheep
(f) Squid

(6) Utility Mobs
(a) Snow Golem

There are actually a number of different mobs in the game, and they do not always behave in the same exact way, as different conditions will cause them to act differently -- for example spiders may be encountered in the day time with no risk of them attacking the player, but when encountered at night or in dark areas like caves, mines, and the like, they are very aggressive.

To help you in both dealing with and making use of the different mobs we present to you here a complete encyclopedic listing by type that presently exist, with notes and factoids that may be of particular use to you... 

You should be aware though that planning for the Xbox 360 release of the game is thought to include a regular expansion of mobs and features, so you may find that there are additional mobs with updates.

(1) Boss Mobs

At the moment there is really only one type of Boss Mob in the game: The Ender Dragon.   It was the first official Boss Mob to appear in Minecraft (there can be more than one in a given world), and as it is the signal of the end game, naturally it only spawns in The End.

The Ender Dragon is worth 20,000 XP, and when killed drops the Overworld Portal and Dragon Egg, but then, it is not so much a question of when it is killed, but IF it is killed -- you will want to be a very high-level and very well-equipped if you plan on taking this bad boy on, and even if you are confident that you can do the job, it would be an idea to set up a bed near the End Portal and sleep in it so that you respawn there when you die (not if, seriously, WHEN).

The Ender Dragon Boss Mob in all its Glory 

Ender Dragons take the most damage from damage dealt to the head. Hitting other areas of the body will not do as much damage.   Bear in mind that any battle with the Dragon will be a lengthy one, because The End has a number of Ender Crystals on top of Obsidian Pillars, and the Dragon can recover health from these.  Of course if it tries to do that and you destroy the Crystal it is using to heal, you will do serious damage to the Dragon in the process.

It is generally considered to be a sound strategy to destroy ALL of the Crystals BEFORE you engage the Dragon in combat, that way it does not have the option to seek out a Crystal and heal -- and really, considering the work you have to put in to dealing damage to it, it would be a shame for it to easily reverse your progress.

Because this beast is fast and dangerous, and prefers to perform charging attacks on the player, your best tactic is to use ranged attacks rather than melee -- though it should be noted that Snowballs are very effective against the Dragon, having the potential to stun-lock the Ender Dragon, and as its recovery time is slower than the firing rate of snowballs, this is an effective strategy.  While ranged attacks will be easier for you, melee attacks will deal more damage per attack; an effective tactic is to wait for it to charge, sidestep its attack, and then wack it with your Sword.

A Dragon in the Overworld - a Sign of Things to Come 

The End Portal that drops from the Dragon at its death is powered by two Torches, which you place on either side -- and upon entering you are treated to a long text cutscene (CS) that serves as the formal "ending" for Minecraft -- after which you are teleported to your spawn point.

Rumors:  There is a rumor that Dragons were originally intended as mounts that can be ridden in the game -- Notch made comments in the past that one of his favorite book series was Dragon Riders of Pern, and that he did not consider it out of the question for Dragons to be a mount in the future.  He has also dropped hints about a "dragon expansion" for the game in the coming years.

Useful Factoids:

-- The Ender Dragon flies at 10 times the player's normal walking speed.

-- When hit, an Ender Dragon will make the same pain sounds as the player.

-- Ender Dragons can be damaged by Snowballs, as snow is made of water, which damages Ender-mobs. However, Snow Golems will not attack it.

-- Defeating the Ender Dragon will level you up about 105 levels.

(2) Hostile Mobs

Hostile mobs by definition will attack the player whenever they get in range.  Cave Spiders, Creepers, Skeletons, Spiders, Spider Jockeys, and Zombies require a light level of 7 or less to spawn, so keeping the area well-lit can help you prevent them from spawning in areas you control.   Note that hostility levels are based upon how the mob spawns -- so Spiders may become neutral in daylight, but they do not spawn as neutral at night or in the dark.

-- Blazes

Blazes are a mob with yellow skin and brown eyes that are found in The Nether and spawn only from Monster Spawners found inside Nether Fortresses when the player gets within 16 spaces from them.  When they spawn it is generally in groups of from 2 to 6,  and only spawn in light levels of 11 or below.  Their bodies are made up of a head atop a central column of smoke, with three rotating sections, each containing four floating yellow rods.  

Blazes are a flying mob, though they remain on the ground when they are not aggro'd.  They attack on sight, so when a player comes into their range they immediately begin flying and shooting, and will catch fire briefly before shooting a three round burst of Fire Charges at the player.  There is a brief cool down period between their attacks.

The Blaze is one of the tougher mobs to master the strategies for killing... 

Blazes can be damaged by normal weapons, and can also be damaged by water and snowballs.  They take no damage from fire or lava, naturally, and when they are defeated, they drop Blaze Rods, but only if defeated by a player.

Honestly these are the most dangerous mob in the game, and when they aggro their attacks are pretty much unblockable, so if you are not a high-level, with good kit and a serious willingness to kill them, they are best avoided.

If you must fight them, consider using a potion of fire-resist prior to doing battle with them, and rather than fight them on even terms, you are better off camping their spawn-point, so you can quickly kill them rather than have a long and protracted battle with them in the air that potentially will lead to their loot dropping where you cannot claim it.

Considering their weakness to water and snowballs, harvesting their drops is an excellent time to unleash your army of Snow Golems on them...  I am just saying...

Useful Factoids:

-- Projectiles fired by a Blaze cannot be deflected.

-- With a Fire Resistance Potion in effect, the Blaze is the only mob whose attacks can be neutralized.

-- Blaze cannot shoot if trapped in a Cobweb.

-- Snow Golems can kill a blaze with snowballs, but Snow Golems are easily killed by the Blaze attacks, so you will need a lot and need to be able to replace them when they are killed.

-- Cave Spiders
The Cave Spider was first introduced in the Beta 1.8 Pre-Release, and are a small bug-like monster that is far more dangerous than a regular Spider -- but fortunately they are not anywhere near as common as their regular cousins, in that they only spawn in Abandoned Mine Shafts, where they are spawned by Spawners there.  Like their less-lethal cousins the Cave Spider drops string and Spider Eyes as its resources. 

Smaller than regular spiders, they can squeeze through spaces as tiny as a  1x1 hole, and they can pass through passages only half a block high -- which means that they can usually get to you if you are in an Abandoned Mine Shaft...

Unlike the larger regular Spiders, Cave Spiders can poison you! 

What makes them especially dangerous is that they have a venomous bite -- and when you are bitten by one, your health bar turns yellow-green and gradually decreases as the venom removes a half-heart in damage every 1.5 seconds!  It lasts for 5-seconds, so you do the math on whether it will be fatal on you at the time...  Milk has the ability to cure the player of venom poisoning FYI...  But luckily for the player even if their health is low when they are bitten, the venom alone cannot kill you; but it can drop your health to dangerously low levels and then taking a melee hit could.

Useful Factoids:

-- Cave Spiders are faster than normal spiders

-- Cave Spider spawners are surrounded by Cobwebs, and Cobwebs don't affect Cave Spiders.

-- Cave Spiders can track you through walls.

-- Spiders are unaffected by Splash Potions of Poison.

-- Creepers
Creepers are probably the best known and most hated of the hostile mobs, largely due to the fact that its habits are to ambush players and then to explode, causing massive damage to the player and the surrounding blocks -- a sort of roaming sneaky walking bomb. 

This is especially annoying because they can appear pretty much any time -- unlike the other night-mobs they do not burst into flames in the daylight, so if any have spawned outside of your home in the night, they will still be there in the morning!  I can say from personal experience that walking out in to the cheerful sunshine only to have a Creeper sneak up and then blow up myself and a large crater in front of my house to be a rather unpleasant surprise indeed!

The much hated and despised Creeper 

Creepers spawn at night and in dark locations that have a light level of 7 or less, so it is generally thought to be a good idea to make sure that your bastion is very well-lit at night.  While they take a particular interest in blowing up players, they tend to run from Cats and Ocelots -- which they have a natural fear of for some reason -- and in fact will ignore the player when one of these is close, which is food for thought.

In addition to being a really great source for Gunpowder -- which is a primary ingredient for TNT -- they are also the source for the music discs (CD's) that can be collected in the game and played on the player-crafted Jukebox.  Obtaining the CD's requires that a Creeper be killed by a Skeleton archer -- but they can also be found in dungeons which can make that process a bit easier...

-- Creeper Behavior --

As mentioned above, the Creeper generally uses the technique of sneaking up on a player and then when they are within one square, hissing briefly and blowing up -- though once they start to hiss they generally then blow up, it is possible to distance yourself to limit the amount of damage you take, I am just saying...

If a Creeper can see you and get within the one-block distance, they will explode, but the good news is that they cannot see you through glass (as far as we know none of the mobs can) -- so having them lounging outside your house does not mean that they will count down and blow -- unless you do something really stupid like open your door...

Their explosive force is roughly 25% less than that of TNT, but if the Creeper is struck by lightning (and thus in a "charged" state) their explosion is twice the power.

Killing them is best accomplished with a bow and two or three fully-charged shots -- you can do it with a sword but if you do you sort of need to be backing away from it all the while so that it never starts its countdown while you are killing it.

Iron Swords will kill a Creeper better than Stone or Wood, and faster as well, but the Diamond Sword can do them in in just two or three hits, which is something to consider if you are actually hunting them -- but it would be an idea to wear armor just in case one blows up on you...

Useful Factoids:

-- Despite their explosive properties and the fact that they drop gunpowder when killed, Creepers will not detonate when exposed to lava or fire.

-- Despite having no arms, creepers can climb up ladders and vines like any other mob.

-- The creepers path finding allows for it to notice lava, and it will not attempt to chase the player if they are on the other side of the lava.

-- Glass walls around entrances can prevent the creepers' habit of hiding in ambush around corners.

-- To minimize creeper damage to shelters and structures, the surrounding, interior, and roof areas should be well-lit.

-- Ghasts
With the appearance of a snowy jellyfish and the ability to float through the air and shoot fireballs at players below, the Ghast are perhaps one of the more formidable mobs in the game -- but as they only spawn in the Nether, they are more of an avoidable menace than they are a constant danger.  They are fairly large and relatively easy to spot -- their body takes up the space of 4x4x4 blocks, and they make a child-like crying noise as they move about in the sky.

One of the more vocal of mobs -- which is actually sort of a good thing -- they tend to fly around with their eyes and mouth closed but, when they see you and attack, both open.  The crying sound they make while traveling is replaced by a bird-like noise when they are attacking.  When you damage one it will scream, and when you kill it, it will make a distinct death-rattle sound.

These scarey-looking mobs.. Oh, wait, that's Kelly Ripa...  Our bad! 

Fortunately their main attack -- fireballs -- are not player-seeking missiles so they can be avoided if the player is paying attention...  They use a line-of-sight attack mode, so if the player can place something that they cannot see through between themselves and the Ghast, they can avoid being attacks, though it should be noted that lava is NOT something a Ghast cannot see through!

In addition to dropping Gunpowder when they are killed, Ghasts may also drop a Ghast Tear, which is a positive potion ingredient, and very desirable loot!  It is a primary ingredient for potions, but is also rather difficult to collect due to the fact that when killed in the air, the drops from Ghasts tend to fall onto whatever is in the area, so you could easily lose your loot to lava or it falling out of reach.

-- Strategies for Fighting Ghasts --

First and foremost, the player needs to remember that while their fireball attack is not a guided one, as it will go in a straight line from where it was fired, it is a very dangerous one as it explodes when it hits the ground or an object, and that explosion includes blast damage that can injure the player if they are within its radius.   If a Ghast fireball strikes on or near a Portal, it will close the Portal, but when it strikes an already closed Portal it can actually provide the power to re-open it!

When a fireball hits the ground it will set fire to any blocks within the blast radius - which can pose a significant threat to the player.  The farther away that the player is from the blast, the less damage that it does, but being hit directly will damage the player for as many as 10 Hearts, so it is best if you avoid that, right?

An actual Ghast without its Kelly Ripa costume... 

Your best defensive tactic against their fireball attack is to deflect it - you can do that by hitting it just before it hits you and you can use literally anything to do that, including bare hands.  If you manage to deflect the fireball back at the Ghast and it hits it, it will kill it in one-shot, so that may be a tactic that the player will want to get good at!

Your best tactic in farming Ghasts is to use your Bow and Arrows, from an explosive-proof shelter.  Bear in mind that while both Lava and Fire do not seem to damage Ghasts, if you can lure one into a Lave flow that will slow it down enough so that you can easily get two or three full-power arrow shots into it, killing it.  The main drawback to that tactic is that the drops may land in the Lava.

Useful Factoids:

-- Ghasts can cause other mobs to attack it, but the Ghast will never target other mobs; it will only target the Player.

-- Despite being fireproof, Ghasts require air to stay alive, so they will drown if they are lured under water or lava for too long.

-- The explosive property of Ghast fireballs can be used by players to mine blocks in the Nether.

-- If a Ghast is killed, any Fireball the Ghast has launched will disappear.

-- Magma Cubes
Appearing as dark-brown blocks with a face that is similar to that of the Creeper, Magma Cubes are a hostile mob that drops Lava Slime and Magma Cream -- the later being a core ingrediant in fire-resist potions, which makes it a desirable drop.

When killed, a Magma Cube will release 2 to 4 smaller versions of themselves in addition to Experience Orbs and their drop items -- but be aware that all sizes of Magma Cubes can drop Magma Cream, so you will want to kill the small ones as well!

The Magma Cube in its natural environment

Normally a slow-moving creature, Magma Cubes will jump towards the player and speed up slightly when they have detected them, but they can still be outrun if you would rather not fight them -- a decision you may want to make if you are facing more than one at a time.  In groups their tactic of jumping on the player to damage them is very effective, so running is generally considered to be a sane reaction.

Useful Factoids:

-- Magma Cubes seem to be the Nether equivalent of Slimes.

-- Unlike tiny slimes, tiny Magma Cubes can still hurt the player.

-- Magma Cubes have much more time between jumps than slimes.

-- Silverfish
These small bug-like mobs are found inside special blocks in Strongholds which appear to be regular cobblestone and regular stone blocks, but when you mine them they take more hits to break, which is your warning that they are a special rather than regular block that may contain a Silverfish.  While these are very rare, when you mine a Silverfish block, it will attack you as soon as the block is destroyed.   Note that if you are mining with TNT, that will kill the Silverfish when the block is destroyed.

Learning to get the feel for a Silverfish-infested block is an important mining skill

If you attack but fail to kill a Silverfish, it can awaken and call to its aid any other Silverfish in the area, which could then result in you facing a swarm of them, and dying.  That being the case, it is a good idea to make them dead as quickly as you can, right?

While you might enjoy your first experience in finding and battling one of these, chances are good that it will be the first and the last time you want to do that, since they do not drop anything so they are not really a very rewarding mob to battle.

Useful Factoids:

-- The block they spawn from when destroyed is ID 97, which can appear as stone, cobblestone or stone brick.

-- Block 97 is mined at the same speed regardless of the tool used.

-- If you attack a Silverfish with a Diamond Sword that is enchanted with Sharpness I, it will kill the Silverfish in one hit and it won't call any reinforcements.

-- Skeletons
Perhaps one of the most common mobs to be encountered in the Overworld, Skellies drop Bones, Arrows, and very rarely, their Bow (and there is a very very rare chance that the Bow that they drop will be an enchanted one), and are easier to kill up close than they are far away, since far away makes their bow attacks a lot more effective for them than yours are on them.  A good sword and a willingness to rush in and swing are your best tactic.

Like zombies, skeletons spawn in dimly lit areas, burn in daylight -- unless they are swimming in water or are standing in the shade, in which case they will not.  Still that is not necessarily a bad thing as they are easy to kill...

Skeletons are more annoying than dangerous as long as you are wearing decent Armor 

As the sole source of bones (and by extension of Bone Meal which is an incredibly useful item as it allows you to instantly grow some plants like trees),  they are also a source of Arrow drops, but bear in mind that any Arrows that they actually fire AT you can not be harvested and used by the player.

In addition to serving as the primary source for Bones, Skeletons are also half of the path to obtaining Music CD's in the game, since a Creeper must be killed by a skeleton's arrow in order to drop a Music CD.  Obtaining CD's in your world is widely considered to be a major achievement.

Useful Factoids:

-- Skeletons may spawn on top of a spider creating a "Spider Jockey."

-- A skeleton hit by a splash potion of harming will gain health, however, when it is hit by a splash potion of healing it will lose health.

-- Skeletons cannot see the player through glass.

Slimes provide Slime Balls and a fun slaying experience

-- Slimes
This somewhat rare mob appears as a green gelatinous cube that will pursue and attack the player -- fortunately they are only found in the lowest 40 layers of the world, and at that only in certain areas like caverns, but can also spawn on the surface in Jungle zones.  When killed, the Slime will drop  Slimeballs, which are used for making Sticky Pistons and Magma Cream, which makes this a desirable loot item and resource.

When killed Slime will spawn several smaller Slime, which while they do not do direct damage to the player, can push them.  The larger Slime do contact damage to the player, and can jump on them which will also cause damage. 

Useful Factoids:

-- Slimes will only attack the player, even if a skeleton accidentally shoots it.

-- Slimes hop faster when pursuing a player.

-- Despite Slimes being hostile mobs, many players have tiny Slimes as pets since they follow and can't directly damage players.

-- Spiders
The form that these take is instantly recognizable for what they are -- big black or brown spiders that would have Harry's mate Ron running for the hills!   While these are included as a Hostile Mob here, that only applies to Spiders encountered in the dark, since Spiders encountered during daylight are actually Neutral and will not actively attack the player unless they first attack the Spider.

Spiders are a highly desirable target as they are the source for String as well as Spider Eyes -- the String is the thing though, because you need that to make Bows and Fishing Rods.  Spider Eyes are used as an ingredient for potions.  Note that String can actually be used to make Wool, but as it requires four String to make one Wool, and as you can only get up to two String for each Spider killed, you are better off looking for Sheep to get your Wool from.

If you have a decent set of armor and a good weapon, dealing with spiders in melee is likely to be the most effective way to kill them -- if you are a good shot and know how to lead your shots you can also do OK with Bow and Arrows, but Swords is a more reliable method.

Overland Spiders are a source for String and Spider Eyes

There is a 1% chance that a spider can spawn with a skeleton on its back, which creates the dreaded Spider Jockey (see that entry for more details).  Unlike Cave Spiders, which are much more dangerous, regular Spiders do not poison the player when they attack.

In addition to spawning in the dark, Spiders are really good at climbing walls, so even if you build walls around your Stronghold it is possible for them to enter -- though putting a lip around the wall can prevent them from climbing it.

Useful Factoids:

-- If a player throws a chicken egg at a docile spider and hits, the spider will stay neutral.

-- Spiders slow down when climbing vertical surfaces, making it easier for a player to outrun them around steep mountains and cliffs.

-- When you set fire to a spider, it will be surrounded by a giant fireball.

-- Spiders are one of the few hostile mobs that will take recognizable notice of you while you're hidden behind glass.

-- Spider Jockey
A Spider Jockey is an incredibly rare spawn that happens when a Spider spawns under a Skeleton, which causes the appearance of it being ridden by the Skeleton.   The chances of this happening are about 1% for all Spider spawns.

These are especially dangerous because of the speed that a Spider has, and the ranged attack that the Skeleton has -- the Spider Jockey having the ranged arrow attack of a Skeleton and the vision, agility, and wall-climbing ability of a Spider, but also the combined total of both their stats.  Although the two mobs appear to be joined, they are in fact two mobs, so killing one does not damage or kill the other.

The red glowing eyes of a Spider Jockey mount and its Bow-wielding rider are good reason to feel fear!

The Spider Jockey is widely considered to be one of the most dangerous enemies the player can encounter in the game.

Useful Factoids:

-- A Spider Jockey can kill itself - sometimes the Skeleton arrows will injure the Spider and other times the Spider's pouncing will run the Skeleton into its own arrow.

-- The world can create up to 3 Spider Jockeys at a time, but the spawn percentage is still 1%.

-- If the Skeleton on the Spider Jockey is shot by another Skeleton, it will jump off and leave the spider.

-- Zombies
Similar in appearance to Creepers -- but having two arms which instantly differentiates them -- they have green skin, empty eye sockets, and wear the same clothing as The Player and humans Villagers.

Zombies spawns in dimly lit areas and attacks the player by shambling towards them and touching them. Like skeletons, zombies catch fire in sunlight.  When they are killed by the player -- or they die by bursting into flames in sunlight, they drop Rotten Meat, which while it has a very good chance of giving the player food poisoning if they eat it, is nonetheless an excellent food to use in taming Wolves, who will not get food poisoning from it.

With their plodding steps and distinctive moans Killing a Zombie feels like doing it a favor!

In addition to dropping Rotten Meat when killed, there is a much lower chance that they may also drop Iron Ingots, Iron Shovels, Iron Swords, and Iron Helmets, and they may drop other pieces of Iron armor.

Unless they are found in a large group -- not likely -- Zombies really do not present much of a threat to the player, and are easily killed.

Useful Factoids:

-- If a zombie is in water, it will not catch fire and die, regardless of the light level.

-- A zombie hit by a splash potion of harming will gain health, and when it is hit by a splash potion of healing it will lose health.

-- Zombies can break doors, but they can't break trapdoors.

(3) Neutral Mobs

Generally speaking a Neutral Mob will not attack the player unless they are provoked into doing so, but just because they are included and listed here as a Neutral Mob does not mean that they cannot or will not ever present a threat to the player.

-- Enderman
Enderman are a black 3-block-high humanoid mobs with long arms and legs, glowing purple eyes, and a purple particle effect similar to a Portal.  They are known to randomly pick up and move (relocate) blocks in the environment, and they can (and will) damage player structures by removing blocks.

While an Endermen will not usually attack a player, if the player points their view crosshair directly at them (in other words looks at them) they will.   When you are attacked by one, if you do not want to battle it simply head into water -- they will follow and, as soon as they touch the water, teleport away and switch back to neutral.

They are rare in comparison to other mobs, but can still be seen regularly at night on the Overworld in groups of up to five, and have the ability to teleport.  When teleporting, Enderman leave a faint trail of particles that look like purple flowers leading to where it teleported to.  Endermen cannot tolerate water, and will take damage from any contact with water, including water blocks and rain.

Endermen are rumored to be based upon the Angel statues from an episode of Dr. Who

With the full release of the commercial version of the game Endermen now teleport whenever they are touched by rain, water, or sunlight -- but they can be set on fire by the player using flint and steel or through contact with lava -- such as in a Lava Trap.

For the most part building traps is the best way to kill them -- though you can also build a four-block high stand and, positioning yourself on top of it, look at them to engage them in hostile mode, which allows you to hit them but not them to hit you.  Why would you want to do that?  Simple really -- they drop some rare items!

Their normal drop is either none or 1 Ender Pearls, and they have a very rare drop of a Diamond -- but that really is a very rare drop.

There is a rumor that the Ender were inspired by the Weeping Angels from the Dr. Who episode "Blink" in which a young woman, Sally Sparrow, is trying to solve the connection between 17 separate DVD titles and statues that move when no-one is looking at them. 

Useful Factoids:

-- Endermen cannot teleport when they are in minecarts.

-- Endermen eyes glow in the dark.

-- Endermen can't see the player through transparent blocks such as Glass.


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Feb 8th 2016 Guest
What about this weird purple mob with a sand colored head in the middle.
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Apr 2nd 2015 Guest
Great game, thank you for listening to us.
How come the minecraft world on x bos 360 ends at 862 with 862 blocks?
It seems a bit small in creative if you have around 10 friends playing in the same world.

Anyway once again many thanks for listening to the crowd.
Many Thanks
Unfamous Angel
X Box 360 Community
ID #536455
Mar 24th 2015 Guest
Can spawners be crafted to spawn iron golems
ID #532496
Mar 2nd 2015 CMBF
Q. How do we get horses on Xbox 360 game disc? Can we do upgrade on this? If so how? Thank you!!

A. This is a updated feature that they added to the game.
ID #523475
Feb 25th 2015 Guest
ha gay
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Feb 21st 2015 Guest
Can cobwebs spawn spiders?
ID #519349
Feb 18th 2015 Guest
How do we get horses on Xbox 360 game disc? Can we do upgrade on this? If so how? Thank you!!
ID #517611
Feb 7th 2015 hamzahtea1221
Why my golems shaped like a cow..
Hepl me plisssss
ID #512912
Feb 7th 2015 Guest
Why my golems shaped like a cow..
Hepl me plisssss
ID #512910
Jan 10th 2015 CMBF
Thanks for sharing...
ID #499544
Dec 22nd 2014 Guest
you can make a wether on mine craft with 4 soul sand and 3 wether heads first you go two up and add one on each side then on top you add the wether heads ps you should do this in the end or the nether
ID #488480
Nov 24th 2014 CMBF
The different platform versions always - ALWAYS - lag behind the PC version. It came first, stuff gets tried there first, that is just the way it is mates.
ID #475908
Nov 24th 2014 CMBF
As soon as there is time we will update the mob list again. Thanks for letting me know!
ID #475898
Nov 15th 2014 Guest
You forgot horses, donkeys, rabbits, ocelots,(passive mobs) Iron Golems,(utility mobs) wither skeletons, witches,(hostile mobs) and the wither.(boss mob)
ID #472137
Nov 15th 2014 Guest
we need craft the same on xbox as pc
ID #471950
Nov 12th 2014 Guest
did anyone know you can use redstone torches on the moon because regular torches don't work on the moon and glowstone works on the moon as well.
ID #470658
Nov 12th 2014 CMBF
im grace gaylord and i share an acount with my sis kyra

OK you have posted your request - if there are other players (hopefully ones closer to your age range) interested in helping out I am sure that they will be in touch.
ID #470559
Nov 12th 2014 CMBF

A couple of points...

1. The character is actually called Herobrine

2. That character is a mythical one - it was never actually part of the game or game code, and it was never included in the mobile version of the game. Players who tell you that they have witnessed it are either outright lying or have convinced themselves that they have seen something that truly does not exist.

3. Notch has made it crystal clear that the character of Herobrine will NOT be added to the game now, or any time in the future. Sorry.

I hope that this answers your questions...
ID #470558
Nov 12th 2014 CMBF
Skeletons and Wolves

Thanks for the information about wolves and skellies - as we update hte mobs page we will be adding that sort of info.
ID #470557
Nov 12th 2014 CMBF
Questions about missing Mobs

The mob update is on my list of tasks - when I get to it it will get got to, I promise!
ID #470556
Nov 11th 2014 Guest
guys a skeleton will run from a wolf and a wolf will naturely attack skeletons
ID #470434
Oct 28th 2014 Guest
minecraft was a boring game in survival but its a bit i dont like it?
ID #464425
Oct 21st 2014 Guest
We need to add Alicorns =D and you really need to add more mobs you forgot heaps :O
ID #461102
Oct 13th 2014 Guest
i mostly play on creative though im trying to make minecraft heven im making it out of wool i need help im also making a mob zoo up there too i need a little help with that too im grace gaylord and i share an acount with my sis kyra and the acount i mostly play on is graces cute littlle fantise world plz help my user name is kyra1992 and the cariter name is kyra_gaylord PLEASE HELP!-Grace gaylord
ID #458342
Sep 30th 2014 CMBF
Thanks for sharing mates. This is a work in progress. We will get there.
ID #453276
Sep 24th 2014 Guest
Minecraft mobs that can attack you to Hostile column.
ID #451199
Aug 31st 2014 Guest
we should tell notch about these ideas
ID #442714
Aug 25th 2014 Guest
you forgot about iron men and you forgot about the people!
you need to try Im on survival and im on level 68 and ive got 40 dogs
and Coloured sheep's I Have Pigs and a Huge big Funland with games houses
and paper works and post office and cars and a Village [u][/u]
I Tried 25 minutes to find 40 dogs
and took me 1 hour to take out the dragon[spoiler][/spoiler]
ID #440631
Aug 14th 2014 Guest
don't foget the wither O_O
ID #436350
Aug 10th 2014 Guest
Magma cubes are the opposite of slimes. Their eyes glow in the darkness like an endermans, the tiny cannot hurt you unless you jump on them, run directly into them. Tiny magmas do not drop magma cream, and are the 2 passive mob in the nether (pigmen being the first), I have a pet one, they are better than slimes as they have 11/2 hearts and slimes only have half a heart being the easiest creature to kill in the game they drop slimeballs meaning that its hard to keep them as pets due to the tempting loot. Iron golems and withers are utility mobs aswell. You forgot about horses, donkeys, mules, skeleton horses, giants, undead horses, chicken jockeys, endermites, guardians/elder guardians, witches, the other type of zombie (zombie villager) when a zombie attacks a villager, the other type of skeleton (wither skeleon) spawns in deep dark caves, somtimes in the night, you also missed rabbits, baby zombies/zombie villagers, pigman children and villager children.
ID #434279
Jul 11th 2014 Guest
Mojang should add emeralds to minecraft pe iPad edition and stuff you craft in the xbox edition .right?πŸ˜„πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜€πŸ˜Šβ˜ΊοΈπŸ˜‰πŸ˜‡πŸ˜ŽπŸ‘πŸ’ŽπŸ’ŽπŸ’ŽπŸ’ŽπŸ’ŽπŸ’ŽπŸ’ŽπŸ’ŽπŸ’ŽπŸ’ŽπŸ’Ž
ID #416319
Jul 8th 2014 Guest
There are many new mobs like a wither iron golem (not new) endermites, wither skeleton, cats, and baby mobs like a chicken jockey. And horses (very new) Giant. You can actually summon a giant in minecraft now. and umm a witch and a bat. And F.Y.I. Herobrine was removed. OR was he...........
ID #414429
Jul 2nd 2014 Guest
Hey everybody even the guy that created this iron golems have been added to Xbox and playstation version

Just make a T out of iron blocks and add a pumkin like so
[ ][ ][. ]
[. ]

[. ] = iron block and [*_*] = pumkin ignore the periods they kept adding themselves.
ID #410962
Jun 19th 2014 Guest
ID #402365
May 27th 2014 Guest
Haha that chick aint a mob
ID #389615
May 25th 2014 Guest
ID #388607
Apr 12th 2014 Guest
Add Herobrine Iron Golems Horses The Whiter Witches and Cats
ID #374004
Feb 23rd 2014 Guest
i think u shud update this
ID #358302
Feb 16th 2014 Guest
I think you need to add the wither and iron golem
ID #355855
Feb 9th 2014 Guest
there are more mobs than that like herobrine and werewolves
ID #353288
Jan 21st 2014 Guest
Wither.Iron golem.Witches.Include them please
ID #346435
Jan 10th 2014 Guest
you forgot the slenderman mob XD
ID #342004
Dec 27th 2013 Guest
Some of info was pretty helpful but there are others mobs ...also animals. But one thing I thought Enderman was base on slender man not DR WHO! I never battle a dragon before it doesn't look that tough but I bet it is pretty hard to beat.πŸ‰πŸ²πŸ˜‰
ID #335005
Dec 23rd 2013 Guest
I think all that information was useful.
ID #332864
Dec 16th 2013 Guest
I was playing the computer version of minecraft and fell into a cave with two skeletans and died I used the same seed later and the cave was gone. I later found out that another player was with me on single player and it wasn't Herobrine. I geuss you you could call him the player if you've ever seen someone with full gold armor all black eyes and two skeletans following him please tell me. thank you if you read this and if you have more information please tell me if not try to research him I found nothing. If you find anything please share the information. (:
ID #330148
Dec 2nd 2013 Guest
ID #324596
Nov 18th 2013 Guest
You need to add the Wither and horses donkeys mules and the iron golems like really !
ID #320339
Nov 18th 2013 bueltella
I was playing minecraft on my Xbox and there was a red color guy running super fast and I thought I had someone else playing with me so I looked at the player list and it shows I'm the only one playing the game, the person is red and he is so fast that he is a blur. He also makes a weird noise when he passes me.
ID #320194
Jul 23rd 2015 Guest
ID #588105
May 28th 2015 Guest
That was the Flash!
ID #562434
Nov 5th 2013 Guest
u r right about blazes and add irongolems and cats and the budder boss
ID #318126
Sep 9th 2013 Guest
That was funny

The ender dragon spawns in the end

Make slender Man and hero brine
ID #308918
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