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Tamable Mobs as of The Minecraft 1.19.2 (2022)

Tamable Mobs as of The Minecraft 1.19.2 (2022)

 In Minecraft, there are about two dozen passive mobs, including agricultural animals and tamable mobs. There are several hundred neutral monsters, which implies they are not hostile at first but may attack people under specific situations. In addition, there are 33 hostile mobs, including all of the monsters of the night, who seek to murder people on sight.

Tamable mobs as of the Minecraft 1.19.2 update (2022)
Tamable mobs as of the Minecraft 1.19.2 update (2022)


All tamable Minecraft monsters as of 1.19.2 The Wild Update

There are ten mobs that the player may tame out of the three hundred or so passive and neutral mobs, turning them into friends and assisting in repelling the evil forces that appear at night.


Cats

Cats are a harmless horde that may be found in villages and witch homes. They will flee from players, thus players must stay motionless and hold a raw cod or salmon in their hands to tame them. When the cat approaches, people should try to tame it by feeding it fish.

Tamable Mobs as of The Minecraft 1.19.2 (2022)
Tamable Mobs as of The Minecraft 1.19.2 (2022)

After being tamed, cats that are fed another raw fish will enter love mode and be able to breed. The mob has the ability to hold creepers and phantoms at bay since they will avoid them even if they are aggressively chasing a player. They will not move within six and sixteen blocks of a cat, making these creatures an excellent defense against some of the game's most vexing groups.


Allays

Allays are the most recent tamable mod to be added to Minecraft. They may be found in groups of one to three in massive dark oak cages near pillager outposts, as well as in jail cells inside woods homes.

Tamable Mobs as of The Minecraft 1.19.2 (2022)
Tamable Mobs as of The Minecraft 1.19.2 (2022)

If players free an Allay from their confinement, they will start wandering about. If they offer the monster an item, it will follow them about hunting for copies of the item they are holding to pick up and return to the players. Players can direct the Allay to a note block, and it will carry things there instead. If the players offer an Allay an amethyst shard while it is dancing, it will emit a little sound and form a heart before replicating itself.


Horses, Donkeys & Mules

Horses, donkeys, and mules are all grouped together since they are all equine groups. Horses are typically seen in groups of two to six in plains, sunflower plains, savannahs, savannah plateaus, windswept savannahs, and settlements. In meadows, plains, sunflower plains, savannahs, savannah plateaus, and windswept savannahs, donkeys can be seen in groups of one to three.

Tamable Mobs as of The Minecraft 1.19.2 (2022)
Tamable Mobs as of The Minecraft 1.19.2 (2022)

Mules are unique in that they cannot spawn naturally. Instead, players must breed a horse and a donkey using golden apples or golden carrots, and the offspring will be a mule; they will also be unable to breed.

Many of the game's crops, such as wheat and apples, may be used to heal all of these mobs. In addition, players may use saddles to control the mobs. Donkeys and mules can also be outfitted with chests, providing additional inventory space.


Llamas & Trader llamas

Llamas are non-player characters that may be found on windswept hills, savannah plateaus, and savannah biomes. They may be tamed with wheat or hay and spit at any mobs that assault them. Surprisingly, they will spit at wolves without being provoked.

Llamas may be bred by players with one to three hay bundles. Players can be outfitted with carpets in any of the game's colors, with each llama having a distinctive patterned rug on its back. The mob may also be outfitted with a chest, which gives it between three and fifteen more storage spaces, depending on its strength stat.

Trader llamas are varieties that appear in pairs accompanying roaming traders. When players kill the roaming trader, the llamas are deemed domesticated.


Parrots

Parrots are uncommon creatures that may appear in jungle biomes. At y levels of 70 or above, they are found in groups of one or two. They only appear on logs, leaves, and grass blocks and have six healthy or three hearts.

Tamable Mobs as of The Minecraft 1.19.2 (2022)
Tamable Mobs as of The Minecraft 1.19.2 (2022)

Any form of seed can be used to tame a parrot. Each user has a 10% chance of taming the mob, which will thereafter attack players. Parrots are one of only three tamable creatures that cannot reproduce, along with mules and skeleton horses. Parrots may even sit on the shoulders of their owners.

Parrots can also accomplish what many gamers would anticipate them to do based on their real-life imitation talents. They can duplicate any mob's sound within 20 cubical blocks, warning players to possible hazards. They will also now do an iconic dance whenever a music disc is played.


Skeleton Horses

While skeleton horses are a kind of horse, they are so distinct from their equine cousins that they warrant their own category. Horses, donkeys, and mules can be found naturally in the environment or created by the player through breeding. Skeleton horses, on the other hand, are not able to breed or be bred. They are only encountered in certain settings.

Tamable Mobs as of The Minecraft 1.19.2 (2022)
Tamable Mobs as of The Minecraft 1.19.2 (2022)

Any lightning strike during a thunderstorm has a possibility of spawning a skeletal horse trap. This is a 0.75% to 1.5% probability on easy difficulty, a 1.5% to 4% chance on standard difficulty, and a 2.25% to 6.75% chance on high difficulty. Lightning will strike and four skeletal horsemen will appear if players move within 10 blocks of a horse trap.

If a Minecraft player kills the skeleton riding the skeleton horse while leaving the horse alive, the horse will become docile and tamed. These skeletal horses have 15 health or 7.5 hearts at all times. Their walking pace is always 0.2, which is double the player's walking speed of 0.1.


Wolves/Wolfs

Wolves are a classic tamable mob in Minecraft that was added in March 2011 with the release of beta 1.4. They live in packs of four in forests, taigas, groves, old growth taigas, snowy taigas, and all permutations of these biomes, with 10% of these wolves hatching as pups.

Tamable Mobs as of The Minecraft 1.19.2 (2022)
Tamable Mobs as of The Minecraft 1.19.2 (2022)

Wolves may be tamed by giving them bones. Each bone has a 33% chance of taming the wolf, and once tamed, it may be fitted with a collar. This collar can also be colored.

Wolves have ten hearts in all, and their tails serve as a visual sign of their overall health. The higher their tail is elevated, the better their health. These wolves may be bred with any meat item in Minecraft.

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