I've been messing around with spawn events in commands in Minecraft bedrock edition and I was wondering if there was a way to have multiple spawn events an example like this

/summon creeper ~ ~ ~ "minecraft:become_charged, minecraft:start_exploding_forced"

I cant seem to find a way how and I was wondering if there was a way how I could?

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    I don't know anything about these "spawn events" in MCBE, but I would try ", " or " " instead of , . Maybe you could also try putting it all into curly brackets ({}) or rectangular brackets ([]). You currently have one single string, which happens to contain a comma, but that comma has no meaning to the main command. Jun 1, 2020 at 13:10

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Unfortunately, you can only specify one spawn event.

From Commands/summon on the Minecraft Wiki (emphasis mine):

spawnEvent: string: basic_string

Must be either a single word (no spaces) or a quoted string.
Specifies the in-game event for the entity. Should be a spawn event (event name for entities in behavior pack).

This implies that mobs can only have one spawn event.

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