Alright so for a pvp map, im making a Druid class and they're gonna use polar bears and ocelots with custom names for "forms". I was wondering if I could make it so that I could teleport the polar bear to them if they hold an item, but if they let go, then the polar bear is moved away off of them.

  • So basically turn the player invisible and move the mob if something in in the holding slot?
    – Roke
    May 28, 2017 at 23:55
  • Without mods, I'm not sure this is possible. You could use a command to turn the player invisible, then "mount" the animal when you summon it, but some creatures aren't able to be mounted, so they won't be able to control the animal
    – Ben
    May 29, 2017 at 1:53
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    No need to mount the animal, just teleport it to the player's position constantly. This should be fairly straight forward.
    – MBraedley
    May 29, 2017 at 2:35

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As far as I am concerned, There is no way to do so in vanilla minecraft, but to make the player turn into a mob, you could either do one of two things:

  • Make the player invisible and then summon the mob being "mounted"
  • Or to start a command chain to teleport the mob to the players coordinates constanly

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