All Secret Mobs Players can find in Minecraft
Minecraft has its own roster of secret mobs not found in the game naturally. Here is a list of every such mob in the game.
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Minecraft is a game with a vast and expansive world. The physical world is as diverse as it comes with its terrain and wildlife. Even while playing alone, the Minecraft world feels lively and complete.
This is thanks to the variety of unique and rare mobs that make the world feel full of life. The mobs range from passive farm animals all the way to deadly bosses.
Most mobs in Minecraft spawn naturally around the world, although some of them require certain geographical features or specific conditions to spawn. Other mobs, such as the Wither, can be spawned by the player at will. However, there are some mobs in the game that you will never see spawn naturally.
Minecraft’s Secret Mobs
There are certain secret mobs in Minecraft that do not spawn naturally around the world and cannot be summoned by the player using natural methods in the game. These mobs mostly have to be summoned using command prompts or command blocks. Here is a list of every secret mob in Minecraft.
Giants are similar to zombies but possess much more health and are much taller than the standard zombies.
They are not a part of standard gameplay but are often found in Minecraft adventure maps to add a mythical element to the game.
Undead horses come in two variants themselves.
The skeleton variant is simply the skeleton of a normal horse. The zombie variant looks like a normal horse covered with undead skin and creepy features. Other than their looks, their functionality is the same as normal horses in the game.
The “Toast” rabbit is added by Mojang as a tribute to a Minecraft fan’s pet rabbit.
Naming a rabbit “toast” gives the rabbit a completely unique skin not found in the game naturally. The skin is supposed to resemble the pet’s fur in real life.
The Killer Bunny
The Killer Bunny is a reference to the Monty Python and the Holy Grail.
It is a hostile mob that attacks players, wolves, and foxes. It also sports a unique pure white fur with killer red eyes.
While the charged creeper can technically be found in the game naturally, the chances are slim to none.
A creeper is charged when it is struck by lightning. It develops a blue shining aura around it, with its explosion being much more potent.
The Jeb sheep is named after one of Minecraft’s oldest developers.
Naming a sheep “jeb” through a name tab will make its fur cycle through all wool colors in the game.
Green Frogs do not require command prompts to be spawned in the game. However, they do not spawn naturally in the game. They must be bred in very specific cold biomes for you to obtain them.
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