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I want to be able to play survival mode on 1.8.0(with mods) without hostile mobs spawning but with hunger going down. Basically, I want the mobs to act like peaceful mode, but everything else to act like normal mode.

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Found on the wiki:

doMobSpawning — Whether mobs should naturally spawn

=> /gamerule doMobSpawning false

There is no command to disable spawning of a specific mob, nor all hostiles one; you might achieve your result with some server configuration.


Minecraft peaceful mode: spawn hostile mobs, give them creative mode AI

The answer to this question might be useful to you though.

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  • I am not looking for a generic command - I still want animals that are not normally hostile(sheep cows pigs ocelots etc). I would like to know if there is a command for each mob so I can choose which ones can and can't spawn. – Skye Apr 5 '17 at 8:35
  • Okay, I get you – your question was a bit unclear ;) – Ealhad Apr 5 '17 at 8:48
  • I don't think this is feasible with just commands then. – Ealhad Apr 5 '17 at 8:52
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It's not strictly ideal, but you could have a group of repeating commandblocks (1 for each mob to block) either setting the mob's AI to false (so they won't move/attack), or straight up killing them. If you didn't want the drops, you could tp them to some negative y-value such that they despawn before they die.

For example, stopping all Creepers from moving and attacking:

/entitydata @e[type=Creeper] {NoAI:1}

Also, "killing" all zombies:

/tp @e[type=Zombie] ~ -500 ~
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  • This wouldn't work on 1.8 though, would it? – Skye Jul 1 '17 at 10:14
  • @Skye I believe it would.There were some bugs in 1.8 with it if I remember (like NoAI also affecting gravity), but I'm sure if that doesn't also work you could apply a low (0) follow range to them. See the link in Ealhad's answer for help with that. – Oliver Jul 6 '17 at 9:48

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