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I want to try and keep a mob stationary without any walls in Bedrock Edition. How do I do that?

Way to do it in Java Edition: https://www.quora.com/How-do-I-use-the-summon-command-to-create-an-AI-less-invincible-mob-in-Minecraft

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  • What's the link for? – Wrigglenite Mar 12 at 11:20
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    @Wrigglenite It shows how it is done in Java. It could give references on how to do it in Bedrock. – Mark Giraffe Mar 12 at 12:32
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Unfortunately, there are no NBT tags on Minecraft Bedrock, but two of those three are possible to do with commands. While you can't remove a mob's AI, you can keep it in one location by placing an always active repeating command block with the command tp @e[type=<entity_name>] <x> <y> <z>. For example, tp @e[type=zombie] 0 4 0 which on a superflat world would keep the zombie in place at 0, 0.

To make an entity invulnerable, you need to use /effect. For the zombie, use effect @e[type=zombie] resistance 1000000 255 true. This will apply Resistance 255 to the zombie for 1000000 seconds without particles.

I am unaware of a way to make any entity silent through commands, unfortunately, but at least those two are able to be done.

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  • Now I can have my punching bag. – Mark Giraffe Mar 16 at 0:54

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