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Minecraft should add more types of friendly mobs

Minecraft should add more types of friendly mobs
Written by ga_dahmani
Minecraft should add more types of friendly mobs

Minecraft invites players to venture into the unknown and unleash their imagination building fantastic creations. However, players should be careful as there are many dangers that can lead to Steve’s death. These mainly come in the form of Mobs, which refers to any mobile entity in Minecraft. Hostile Mobs include the terrifying Warden and mindless green-skinned Creepers, to name a few. Fortunately, not all mobs are bad, and there are some friendly mobs.

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with future Minecraft However, it might be a good idea for Mojang to include more friendly Mobs. This would help all the different biomes feel different and introduce some much-needed variety in the types of mobs players can encounter. Also, the inclusion of useful Mobs would help players with their building and exploration aspirations. Mojang should take notes from The Wild, which did a good job of presenting a friendly mob.

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Friendly mobs help make the different biomes more immersive

The main attraction of Minecraft lies in its exploration and sandbox-style gameplay. Adventures never get boring because there are many biomes that offer different types of building blocks. However, as players soon notice, there isn’t a lot of variety when it comes to the Mobs to be found. From time to time, players will come across simple-minded villagers, and there are also plenty of docile farm animals wandering around, but there aren’t many friendlier Mobs to be found.


Update 1.19, also known as The Wild, illustrates the difference friendly mobs make when it comes to making the various biomes feel more immersive and realistic. The Mangrove Swamps biome, which was introduced with the update, has a myriad of friendly Mobs, including frogs that grow from tadpoles and where these tadpoles grow will determine what kind of frogs will emerge. The inclusion of more Mobs that fit the environments they inhabit would make exploration even more fun and immersive, giving players more reasons to venture out and discover new unique Mobs.


Friendly Minecraft mobs can come in handy

In addition to improving the variety of MinecraftFriendly Mobs biomes can also be very helpful to players. This was illustrated by a recent addition to the game, the Allay, which was introduced in The Wild update. The Mob made its way into the game through 2021’s Mob Vote, which had the Minecraft community choosing between three Mobs. If players give an item to an Allay, it will search for similar items nearby and return them to the player. Allays are pretty musical mobs, and if they hear a note block, they will drop items near it. If a jukebox plays, Allays will do a nice dance.

It would be a good idea if Mojang included more useful Mobs in Minecraft. The study could start by looking at the Mobs that didn’t win the 2021 Mob Vote. This includes the Glare, which can detect dark areas and becomes grumpy when there’s no light around. The Mob idea is useful, as players would be able to tell when they’re entering areas dark enough for monsters to spawn. Other Mobs that help players build, explore, or just protect themselves against hostile Mobs will be welcome.

Minecraft it never stays stagnant for long, and Mojang is always releasing updates that improve the game and add new features. Hopefully future updates will bring more friendly Mobs to the various biomes. Until then, PC gamers can always rely on mods to fine-tune their Minecraft experience.

Minecraft is available now on mobile, PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.

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