A Comprehensive Guide to All the Minecraft Mobs and Monsters
Minecraft has some of the best creatures and monsters in gaming, with a wide range of mob types for players to interact with. From the cute and cool, to the aggressive and dangerous, there are a variety to be found in this world. In this guide, we will give you a comprehensive rundown of all the mobs, monsters, and new additions that have been announced. Whether you're looking for passive to provide resources, or hostile to challenge and defeat, we have it all covered.
They are the animals and villagers who won’t attack you in the game. They are typically peaceful and can be tamed and bred in order to provide resources. Some of the fan favourite passive mobs include sheep, cows, foxes, bats, chickens, and cod. Other friendly villagers can be found in villages, such as traders and villagers, as well as resources from farm animals, like wool from sheep and milk from cows.
They are animals that can be tamed in order to be ridden or used for other purposes. These include types such as donkeys and horses, cats and parrots, as well as mules, skeleton horses, and allays.
They will not attack you unless provoked, but they can be useful tools in order to gain items and experience points when defeated. Examples of neutral mobs include dolphins, polar bears, llamas, pandas, and wolves, as well as bees and Iron Golems. Additionally, there are various neutral monsters with specific behaviours, such as spiders and cave spiders, who become hostile if the light level falls below ten.
They are the enemies that you must defeat in order to gain experience. This category includes mobs such as Evokers, Vindicators, Pillagers, and Ravagers, as well as Chicken Jockeys, Endermen, Zombie Pigmen, Piglins, and Zombified Piglins. Hostile mobs also include various flying mobs such as Phantoms, Blazes, Creepers, Ghasts, Magma Cubes, Silverfish, Skeletons, Slime, Spider Jockeys, Zombies, Zombie Villagers, and the Wither Skeleton.
New mobs are constantly being added to the game, with some of them voted in by fans during the annual Minecraft Live mob votes. This year’s winner was the Sniffer, a plant-based mob that will bring new experiences to the game. Additionally, camels have been added in the most recent Java snapshots and Bedrock preview test worlds, and can be accessed via the experimental features toggle.
Minecraft is filled with an incredibly varied range of mobs and monsters, making it one of the most popular PC games of all time. From passive animals, to neutral monsters, and hostile enemies, these mobs provide the challenge and enjoyment that makes Minecraft so great. With new mobs constantly being added, there’s always something new and interesting to explore in this world.