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How do I make a Creeper spawner in Single player?

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    Have you done any research for yourself? You'll find that people here are more receptive if you show that you've at least tried to solve your own problem first. – MBraedley Oct 17 '15 at 18:01
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    what version of minecraft? – m04merlin Oct 17 '15 at 18:17
  • Is this with mods or no mods? – Fezodge Oct 17 '15 at 18:33
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This is quite easy:

/setblock ~ ~ ~ mob_spawner 0 replace {EntityId:"Creeper"}

Of course you can replace Creeper with any other type of mob, like Pig or Zombie.

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    It works perfectly fine in Minecraft 1.8.8, I just checked – Lars Oct 17 '15 at 20:36
  • Oh right then, sorry my source must have been incorrect. My bad. – Fezodge Oct 18 '15 at 17:07
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Type /give (username here) minecraft:mob_spawner and then get a creeper spawn egg out of creative and right click the spawner with it then you should be good to go.

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If you want a mob spawner block (that spawns creepers), just type /give @p mob_spawner, then place and right-click with a creeper egg.

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Yes.

The easiest way would be too give yourself a creeper spawner, which can be done by:

/setblock ~ ~ ~ mob_spawner 0 replace {EntityId:"Creeper"}

One alternative though could be too set up a command block clock which spawns in a creeper every [number of seconds]. This can be done with:

/spawnmob <mob> [amount of mobs]

Another way if command blocks aren't your thing would be too once again set up a redstone clock, and connect it too a dispenser full of creeper eggs. While this would not be infinite (at least without commands filling the dispenser up every time one leaves), it would certainly spawn 621 creepers before a refill was required, all without using command blocks.

But if you don't mind the mod option, a very good mod that can do this is the "Too Many Items" mod, which can also do a whole lot more which I'm sure you'll find very interesting.

  • Using commands you can make the spawner spawn any type of entity, or even multiple types of entities. This is wrong. – angussidney Oct 17 '15 at 21:49
  • Sorry, my source of information must have been incorrect. I've fixed it now though! – Fezodge Oct 18 '15 at 19:16
  • /spawnmob does not exist in vanilla Minecraft. There is a /summon command, but that will only ever summon a single entity. – MrLemon Oct 18 '15 at 20:09
  • Yeah, I realise now that this whole answer is complete garbage. please delete if you can, or edit if you think it can be salvaged. My source was really incorrect. – Fezodge Oct 18 '15 at 20:28
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    You should be able to delete your own answer btw. – ydobonebi Oct 22 '15 at 4:30

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