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Creative mode / Commands If you are using Creative mode, you can simply use the Villager mob egg available in the inventory or type the command /summon Villager ~ ~ ~ (summons villager at your coords). Curing a Zombie Villager In survival, the way to get a villager without a village would be to cure a villager zombie. You can tell these apart from regular ...


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Pink sheep can spawn naturally without dye, very rarely: Pink sheep have a 0.164% of naturally spawning Sheep can spawn naturally in white, black, grey, light grey, brown and pink with the following chances of spawning: White - 81.836% Black - 5% Grey - 5% Light Grey - 5% Brown - 3% Pink - 0.164% Sheep will never naturally spawn in any other colour ...


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By spawning, I assume you mean either breeding or spawning in creative. Both of these have a chance to spawn a pink sheep, although its quite rare. You may notice that they're spawning other colors too, like green or blue. If you want to get them back to their original white color, right click on them with bonemeal. EDIT: As someone pointed out in the ...


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No, bats are considered a passive mob. They won't harm you, ever.


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Those are experience orbs!: An Experience Orb is an entity similar to an item entity, an orb that fades between a green and yellow color. Experience orbs drop in the following situations: When a killed mob's corpse vanishes When a player is killed When animals breed When mining any ore that drops its mineral (that is, not iron, gold, or any use of ...


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As @Unionhawk said, your mobs are almost certainly de-spawning. This means they vanish from the world forever, like footprints in the sand. But as time goes by new mobs spawn, such is the circle of life. In order to have a proper 'zoo' of mobs, you need to stop them de-spawning. In the case of Zombies, (as @MrLemon pointed out) simply throwing an item at ...


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Yes, although it can be very dangerous. There are two ways I would do it: Method 1: RUN! This method involves delicate manoeuvres and is more difficult than the second method. You will only need a couple of solid blocks to do this method. Create a passageway to the room in your base. Make sure the passage is high enough that once the creeper falls into ...


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Herobrine was never real. He was the subject of a fake LP on Youtube. But if you really want Herobrine in your game, there are Herobrine mods you can try.


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No, you cannot breed any hostile mobs or neutral mobs (excluding wolves). You can breed these mobs: Chickens Cows Horses Ocelots Wolves Pigs Sheep Mooshrooms Villagers I recommend you read the "Breeding" page on the wiki, it has information on everything you need to know about breeding. I also recommend you bookmark the official Minecraft Wiki, it has ...


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Simple, run a command using the Equipment[] tag, or whatever that JSON stuff is. Here's an example. You can add things onto it such as armor, mob heads, and it can hold any item. /summon Skeleton {Equipment[{id:276},{id:313},{id:312},{id:311},{id:310}]} This summons a Skeleton with full diamond armor, and a diamond sword. If you don't want the mob to have ...


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Netherrack will not burn on the sides. From my personal experience, the only items that burn on the sides are items that will be consumed by fire. You could make your walls stair-stepped and light each step to get that effect, but that would likely make your house much wider than you were planning.


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World borders do affect the nether. This is stated on the wiki: In the Nether, the world border's dimensions are the same as the Overworld's. Unfortunately, there doesn't seem to be a way to configure how world borders behave in different dimensions at this time. World border in the nether: I have not been able to test world borders in the end.


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Biomes O plenty is a mod that alters the generation of the minecraft world. To use it after installing it you have to create a new world, go to options and set the World type to "Biomes O plenty".


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All babies obtained by breeding take 20 minutes to grow up. There is no way to speed up this process, except for sheep, which can grow faster if they eat grass, and foals or colts (baby horses) which you can feed to speed up their growth. You can re-breed animals after 5 minutes.


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Create a Bucket, and Right-Click the cow with the bucket to get a Bucket of Milk. Drinking Milk won't fill the hunger bar, but it will remove any active effects on your player (such as Poison, Hunger and even positive effects like Strength). Milk can also be used as an ingredient to make Cake. You can read more about Cows and Milk on the Minecraft Wiki


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You can't play mineplex on Xbox, Xbox 360 MC doesn't support dedicated servers, you always have a player hosting it. so all dedicated servers are for PC minecraft.


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As I said in my comment above; your main CPU has to process sounds before they're sent to the sound card for output. This takes some CPU cycles away from the processing of everything else like graphics. Just wanted to double check before I actually provided this as an answer.


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Depending on the generosity of the world seed for loot and nether fortresses, the enderman spawns and drops for pearls, if characters do not waste any time by dying or building during the run, a random seed dragon run can take between 30 minutes and 3-4 hours for 1 player with some experience in doing so. With 3 players, it could take a few minutes longer or ...


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According to the Wiki's entry on wolves, you can heal your dogs by feeding them any non-fish meat (right click while holding out the the meat, pointing at the dog). The amount of health they recover will be equal to the hunger restored if eaten by the player. Additionally, you can use a splash potion of healing (or regeneration) to quickly heal both the ...


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Sorry, but if they've already gotten out, then the only way to exterminate them is to roll up your sleeves and get to work doing it the hard way. Just whack 'em with a sword until the population's down to a somewhat less annoying level.


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It is not possible to "tame" or otherwise render neutral/friendly any of the hostile mobs, but there are a few mobs that can be tamed. These are Dogs, Cats, Horses, Donkeys, Mules, and Rabbits. Many players will trap hostile mobs so that they cannot harm the player, and change them so that they will not despawn (by naming them with a nametag or in the case ...


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The easiest way would be a teleport command such as: /tp @e[type=Item,x=X1,y=Y1,z=Z1,r=10] X2 Y2 Z2 Replace "X1", "Y1" and "Z1" with the coordinates where you want the items to be "stolen" from, and "X2", "Y2" and "Z2" with where you want the items to be moved to. You can also change the "10" to increase or decrease the radius from the point that things ...


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From the wiki: Villagers can climb ladders if they are in their path, like other mobs. This means if they walk into a ladder or a vine, they will climb it. However, in your case the villagers will not purposely climb up and down into the tree houses.


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The Far Lands have not been in the game since Beta 1.8. The current world size is technically infinite, but according to the wiki, the player cannot walk past 30,000,000 in any direction. If you are playing in a current version of Minecraft and you teleport yourself further than that, I wouldn't be surprised if your game crashes. If you're not teleporting ...


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Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite is still Beta software as of July 2014. I wouldn't expect Minecraft to be updated for the new operating system until it is released. Maybe not even then if they still haven't updated it for version 7 which is more than a year old. First make sure you have the latest Minecraft launcher: download here: https://minecraft.net/download ...


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No, daylight sensors will not detect light inside a house, in fact, they don't detect just any light, they only detect daylight. This means you cant place a bunch of torches around the sensor and expect it to output a signal. Quote from the "Daylight Sensor" page on the wiki: If a daylight sensor has an opaque block above it (such as the roof of your ...


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0.9.2 Has already been released, sadly and commands have not been included. The basic framework is there, but it doesn't work as no commands have been implemented. Commands as of right now, are only available on PC.


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It seems likely that you're not getting teleporting behavior out of your mobs. What you are more likely getting is pack-spawn behavior. If you google "minecraft pack spawn" you'll get a hit on this page. Here's a quote from that site: For each spawning cycle, one attempt is made to spawn a pack of mobs in each eligible chunk. A random location in the ...


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There are a number of articles about spawning conditions: Here is a really good article about spawning rates and conditions http://minecraft.gamepedia.com/Spawn Witches will spawn in Witch Huts. When a villager gets struck by lightning, it is replaced by a newly spawned witch Most biomes can spawn sheep, pigs, chickens, cows, spiders, zombies, ...


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This page has a paragraph specific to the power output through a comparator on a furnace. It's pretty confusing, though. Basically, for the full 15 signal you need something in all 3 slots of the furnace. If you're feeding in smeltables and fuel (assuming they are in the right places, and full), then anything above 10 would mean that there is something ...



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