Minecraft’s world is filled with many mobs that the players can tame for purposes of sustaining and food. Here we take a look at how to dye a sheep in Minecraft from scratch.
Sheep are passive mobs in Minecraft that are commonly found everywhere in the Overworld. These mobs are similar to the real world animals and upon killing them, players can get meat and wool. Players can made beds and banner using wool and the meat is used as an amazing source of food.
However, players can also dye the sheep’s wool to a customised color that can be bred and intermixed with others!
How to Dye a Sheep in Minecraft?
Players can find dyes and sheep very commonly in the Overworld. Sheep are commonly found in plains, taiga and savanna biomes in groups of 3-4, with some spawning as baby sheep.
Players can obtain the following colors of dyes in the game as of now:
- Red Dye
- Green Dye
- Purple Dye
- Cyan Dye
- Light Gray Dye
- Gray Dye
- Pink Dye
- Lime Dye
- Yellow Dye
- Light Blue Dye
- Magenta Dye
- Orange Dye
- Blue Dye
- Brown Dye
- Black Dye
- White Dye
Dyes can be made by processing several materials in the Crafting table and harvesting their colors.
Steps to start Dye a Sheep in Minecraft!
First of all find a Sheep in the game:
Players can find Sheep very commonly in the Plains biomes. Players can either lure them inside a fenced cage with a Wheat or even use a Lead.
After this take the Dye of your desired color in your hand: Players need to place the Dye in the main inventory and click on it to bring it up.
Right Click on the Sheep and the sheep’s wool will be colored to the color of the dye. It is very simple and easy!
The Sheep can also breed with another sheep of a different dye color to produce variants.
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