Which mobs to farm and why

10. 29. 2022

Which mobs to farm and why

Minecraft mobs are quite common. They can appear anywhere provided the conditions are favorable. They are helpful as they can drop items upon death.

While most mobs drop common items, some drop rare items that are not easily found elsewhere.

5) Trident

The Trident weapon can be thrown in any direction that the player chooses. A trident drops from a drowned person if it is Java Edition.

You can increase the chance of it dropping a trinket by using the Looting Enchantment. Each level of Looting increases your chances by 1% for Java Edition and 4% for Bedrock Edition.

4) Shulker Shell

Shulkers can drop Shulker shells and these can be used for crafting shulker boxes. These storage blocks are incredible and can hold their items even after the player destroys the box.

The End Cities in the End dimension are home to the Shulkers, a hostile mob that lives in the End Cities. It is difficult to kill them as if they are hit with a shulker bullet, then the Levitation effect activates. This effect allows the player to fly without having any control of their movements.

3) The Totem of Undying

The Totem of Undying in Minecraft is literally a lifesaver. The Totem of Undying is a lifesaver in Minecraft. If a player holds a totem, their health bar is not reached zero. However, their totem can be used. Evokers drop the Totem of Undying.

2) Blaze rods

A fiery hostile mob drops blazerods known as a blaze. They can only spawn in the Nether realm within the Nether fortresses.

Blaze rods will be required to enter the End dimension. They are needed to create the Eye of Ender. You can also use it to make potions in your brewing stand.

1) Ender pearls

Ender pearls can be used to create the eyes of an ender. Endermen are the only source of ender pearls, and they only drop one per die. However, looting is a way for players to get more.

Ender pearls may also be thrown long distances and the player will be teleported there.