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The command tag I have been using is as follows:

/summon EntityHorse ~ ~ ~ {Type: 3, Tame: 1, Saddle: 1} Attributes[Name:Horse Jumpstrength, Base:10,Name:Generic.Movementspeed, Base:20, Name:Generic.maxhealth, Base:5000]

I have also tried the following command:

/summon EntityHorse ~ ~ ~ {Type: 3, Tame: 1, Saddle: 1} Attributes:[{Name:Horse Jumpstrength, Base:10,Name:Generic.Movementspeed, Base:20, Name:Generic.maxhealth, Base:5000}]

Neither of them seem to be working. I am running on Minecraft version 1.10.2 on a windows desktop. What am I doing wrong?

marked as duplicate by greg-449, galacticninja, FoxMcCloud, user232393, Joachim Jul 9 at 9:26

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NBT input for the command belongs in a single root compound. Compounds surround their data with curly brackets. However, you closed the root compound after the Saddle tag, breaking syntax.

The Attributes tag is a list. A list tag surrounds a collection of data (separated by commas) within square brackets. In particular, Attributes is a list consisting of compounds.

Each compound within Attributes is a single attribute. You must separate each attribute into their own compound. There are also incorrect values being used. Attribute IDs are case-sensitive; instead of "Generic.Movementspeed", you need "generic.movementSpeed", instead of "Generic.maxhealth", you need "generic.maxHealth", and instead of "Horse Jumpstrength" you need "horse.jumpStrength".

The maximum attribute value for "generic.maxHealth" is 1024, and the maximum value for "horse.jumpStrength" is 2. You'll find that a "generic.movementSpeed" value of 20 is overkill, but the maximum is 1024.

And finally, the Saddle tag is deprecated. You should be using SaddleItem instead, which is a compound containing item data for the saddle.

Fixed command:

/summon EntityHorse ~ ~ ~ {Type:3,Tame:1b,SaddleItem:{id:"minecraft:saddle",Count:1b},Attributes:[{Name:"horse.jumpStrength",Base:2.0},{Name:"generic.movementSpeed",Base:20.0},{Name:"generic.maxHealth",Base:1024.0}]}
  • Can you tell me how to put that horse in a mob spawn egg, now? – Zom Knight Sep 9 '16 at 4:35

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