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I know that I can use /summon to spawn multiple mobs using

/summon x y z {Riding:{id:Item,Age:6000,Item:{id:1},Ri­ding:{id:Zombie}}}

But I want to know how I can use that to spawn jockeys.
For example how would I use that if I wanted to spawn Baby Zombies riding Chickens.
Please only answer if your gonna use the command shown above.

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Do:

/summon Chicken x y z {Riding:{id:Zombie,IsBaby:1}}

The theory is to delete id:Item,Age:6000,Item:{id:1}.

  • How to I use the multi-spawn trick using this? – FireStrike289 Nov 17 '14 at 12:44
  • You can just add ,Riding:{id:Zombie,IsBaby:1 tag after each {IsBaby:1. Remember to put one } for each Riding: – 54D Nov 17 '14 at 12:46
  • So if I wanted to spawn 2 I would use /summon x y z Chicken {Riding:{id:Zombie,isBaby:1},Riding:{id:Zombie,isBaby:1}} – FireStrike289 Nov 17 '14 at 12:50
  • Uh, no. It would be: /summon x y z Chicken {Riding:{id:Zombie,IsBaby:1,Riding:{id:Zombie,IsBaby:1}}} As you add ,Riding:{id:Zombie,IsBaby:1 after each IsBaby:1 – 54D Nov 17 '14 at 12:52
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As seen in How do I summon a chicken zombie jockey with diamond armor using a command block?, you can use the command:

/summon Zombie ~ ~1 ~ {IsBaby:1,Riding:{id:Chicken},Equipment:[{id:276},{id:310},{id:311},{id:312},{id:313}]}

...to summon a baby zombie riding a chicken. If you want to spawn a different kind of jockey such as a skeleton-spider jockey, all you have to do is use the command:

/summon Skeleton ~ ~1 ~ {Riding:{id:Spider},Equipment:[{id:261}]}

This summons a Skeleton riding a Spider, holding a bow (see {id:261}, which is the decimal value for a bow.).

  • How to I use the multi-spawn trick using this? – FireStrike289 Nov 17 '14 at 12:44

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