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Now updated for Mo' Creatures compatible with Minecraft , Part 2 of 3 – includes Goats, Golems, Horses, Insects, JellyFish, Kitties a lot of which are secret, have to be bred and don't spawn in the wild. A tamed komodo can be saddled and mounted, as well as healed with turkey or rat meat. Mo' Creatures is a mod created by DrZhark on November 17, It adds 58 new Elephants; Fish; Foxes; Goats; Horses. Types They can be bred and tamed (check breeding/taming details). They will not . Turtles drop between 1 and 2 chests and/or 0 - 2 turtle meat when killed. To tame drop. Horses are tamable mobs that come with many variants. Horses spawn on grass blocks at light levels of 9 or more with at least 2 block space above, usually in.
A pegasus and their undead and skeleton variantsdark pegasus and fairy horses only have 18 slots of inventory space, while mules have 27 slots. Chests can only be given to a pegasus, undead pegasus, skeleton pegasus, fairy horse or mule by right-clicking on the horse with the chest in hand, and afterwards the chest cannot be removed, except by killing the horse or mule, with shears or placing the horse or mule in a horse amulet.
Upon death, the horse or mule will drop the attached chest and its contents. It uses a slightly different heart texture than the player's health bar. Unlike Minecraft horses, the experience bar is not replaced by a jump bar, as Mo' Creatures horses do not need a charge for a jump.
A ridden horse will automatically run up any one block high slope. The horse and rider can safely fit through a space as low as 2. Lower clearance risks suffocating the rider if the rider's head enters a non-transparent block.
The horse itself can enter gaps as low as 1. Horses cannot fit through a 1-block-wide gap. A player can use any item while riding a horse, including drinking or throwing potions; activating doors or redstone devices; using chests, crafting tables, and furnaces; breaking and placing blocks; and attacking with melee weapons or bows. Amulets Edit The player can store or release their tamed horses with the use of amulets. An amulet can catch a horse by right-clicking on the horse. There are four types of horse amulets, each one can be used to capture different kinds of horses.
For example, a bone amulet can only catch undead or skeletal horses, and it does not work on other horses. Sky amulets can catch pegasus and dark pegasus.
Fairy amulets are used for storing tamed fairy horses. Ghost amulets are used for catching ghost or flying ghost horses. Bone amulets can catch undead horses, undead pegasus, undead unicorns, skeleton horses, skeleton pegasus and skeleton unicorns. Whip Edit A whip can be used to speed up a horse for a short period of time when it is being ridden.
If riding a nightmare, the whip will cause the nightmare to leave a trail of fire behind when it is used. When the horse is not being ridden, the whip can be used to make the tamed horse remain stationary the horse will lower its headand used again to make the horse resume movement.
If used on a unicorn, it will gain the ability to charge at mobs for at least 10 seconds. Afterwards the unicorn will then move slowly as it recharges. Behavior Edit A horse with its head lowered down, giving it the appearance of "grazing".
Horses will roam around, occasionally stop to rear, swish their tails, or lower their heads; this gives them the appearance that they are eating grass, though no grass is actually eaten. If a player comes near, the horse s will turn to look at them. Horses remain passive and do not react to being hit. Normal horses make neighs and whinnies, while donkeys and mules emit brays. Ghost horses, undead horses and skeleton horses emit moaning neighs.
Unlike other passive mobs, horses will slowly regenerate health.
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Horses can be renamed with a medallionbook, apple, or name tag. As apples instantly tame horses, they can also be renamed with apples. Taming Edit Breaking a wild horse. Horses both foals and adultscan be tamed, but not wild hostile horses. Equip the horse with a saddle, and then mount the horse repeatedly; when it no longer bucks the player and the naming screen appears, it is tamed.
It is necessary to tame a horse in order to breed it, give it equipment, or ride it for any length of time. Taming depends on the horse's "temper". Horses begin with a temper. When a player is riding the horse, a random number is chosen. The horse becomes tame if this number is less than the temper, otherwise the player is bucked off. Temper can be reduced by feeding the horse. Items Edit There are many items that can be given to a horse.
Feeding a horse food or an essence can alter its behavior or appearance, cause it to grow if it is not yet an adult; foals normally take 20 or 30 minutes to fully mature if not fedtransform into another variation, or restore its health.
Hellrats Hellrats spawn in the Nether and are aggressive, attacking the player on sight. Scorpions There are 4 classes of scorpions: Common has a chance of Poisoning you in one of their hits, Cave procs blindness, Frost can make you slower, and Nether can set you on fire.
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Every scorpion behaves like spidersneutral at day, hostile at night, and can jump 2 blocks and over gates. Rarely you will encounter a mother scorpion that will have baby scorpions on her back. When the mother is killed the babies fall to the ground and run around frantically and are neutral unless attacked.
If killed baby scorpions drop string. You can pick these babies up with an empty hand and a naming window will pop up so that they may be automatically tamed. They will then start to grow which take minecraft days.
They are fed with raw rat. Once tamed they will attack mobs or even other scorpions and pets sometimes.
If you put a saddle on a tamed Scorpion, you can move extra quickly and also climb sheer ledges that would normally be impossible while just walking.
Wraith Ghosts that fly and attack the player on sight. Drops gunpowder when killed. Flame Wraith Ghosts that fly and its melee attack will usually set the player on fire which will not extinguish unless water is usedit can be seen from far away because of the flames that engulf it's body. It drops redstone when killed and only spawns on the hard difficulty. Werewolf During the day the werewolf is in human form and shouts, "Help me! When they are hit, they yell or say "Stop it, you're hurting me!
At night, it transforms into a humanoid wolf. They can be easily harmed with gold tools as silver is substituted for gold. Other weapons take many hits to kill them. They have the ability to sprint while walking on four legs.
The human form can drop wooden sticks and toolsthe wolf can drop iron tools and a golden apple. They also are able to move very fast upon chasing the player onto ice. This is useful if being pursued because the werewolf will slide very far away, making them no longer a threat, as long as you can shuffle around to avoid them. They can be killed with any other weapon in human form. There are four different types of werewolves: Golem Golems spawn at night, and initially consists of only three blocks: When the Golem is near a player, it activates and forms its body.
Golems have a powerful melee attack, they also have a ranged attack, where the Golem throws one of the blocks off of its arms.
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When a Golem is attacked, there is a chance to destroy one of its blocks. The chance of destroying a block depends on the difficulty level. If the chest is open and the core of the golem is exposed, it will suffer damage.
As the Golem suffers damage, it becomes more dangerous. A hint of the danger level of the golem is the color of its power aura. Blue is seen in a Golem that is not attacking. Yellow on a Golem that has started attack, Orange on the Golem that has suffered considerable damage.
Red is seen on a Golem about to explode.