Mob Facts That Only Veteran Players Know in Minecraft

This guide will provide you with 17 Mob Facts that only veteran players know in Minecraft. 

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    Burning Zombie

    Hitting a burning zombie with thorns armors on set you on fire. After being hit by the player, zombies call for help from other zombies up to 100 blocks away. They can also spawn zombies near them to help them! 


    There is a 10 percent chance for a ‘siege’ to spawn in a village every night. It doesn’t matter how well lit or walled off it is. 

    Zombies Attack

    Up to 20 zombies can spawn and attack the villages in Minecraft.  


    If a creeper has a status effect such as poison, its explosion will create a cloud of that effect.

    Charged Creepers

    You may know how charged creepers are made, but did you know the easiest way to do this is by using a trident? If you find one in a thunderstorm, you have to use a trident with the channeling enchantment!

    Skeleton Skull Vs Creeper

    Wither skeleton skulls drop very rarely, 2.5% chance per skeleton. So it can be more efficient to use charged creepers; get one of both mobs and blow up the skeleton with the creeper.

    Lightning Rods

    However, it is now a lot simpler with the introduction of lightning rods!  

    Bane of Arthropods

    Bane of arthropods is thought to be the worst enchantments, but it’s effective against bees, silverfish, and endermites. It also affects these mobs with slowness, and for every level, the slowness lasts longer, up to 3.5 seconds.

    Kill a Blaze

    The easiest way to kill a blaze is with snowballs; they take three damage per hit, so they die in just seven snowballs. Usually, they just knock the mobs back. 


    Spiders can spawn with status effects; it can happen up to 10 percent off the time. There is a 40 percent chance it’s affected with speed if it does. Twenty percent chance of strength, 20 percent chance of regeneration, and 20 percent of the spider will be invisible and providing you can keep it alive; it lasts for over three real-life years.

    Baby Zombie

    The rarest mob would be a baby zombie on a chicken with an enchanted sword and full enchanted diamond armor. The chances of this happening are 1 in 1,9921*10^35 or 1 in 1.992,100,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000.

    Creepers Chase

    Creepers chase any player within a 16 block radius of them unless you wear a creeper head yourself. In that case, they’ll only see you within eight blocks of one. If you listen carefully, you can hear creepers making footsteps. So make sure to keep an ear out to avoid any unwanted explosions.


    When taking an enderman’s point of view in spectator mode, all colors are inverted, suggesting that endermen see ‘the end’ differently from us. A cobblestone island with the white sky, as if it’s the overworld to them.

    Wither Skeleton

    If you spawn in a wither skeleton with a bow, it will always shoot flaming arrows. 

    Attack on Creepers

    Snow golems can attack creepers, and they will fight back by exploding next to them. It was reported as a bug in 2014 but is still unresolved.


    In the super hard advancement, how did you get here? You are tasked with affecting yourself with every effect at once. 


    If you are working on this, the shulker is great for levitation, and the easiest way to get one to the overworld is a boat. You have to bring the same pistons along to push up any blocks from there; it is a piece of cake.

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