On your adventures through the blocky lands of Minecraft, if you have Mo’ Creatures installed, you might encounter all kinds of new mobs and animals you are not familiar with. This is where this almanac comes in. Now updated for Mo’ Creatures 4.5.1 compatible with Minecraft 1.4.7, this is the go-to guide for all things Mo’ Creatures. Browse all of the mobs in alphabetical order with pictures and short, to-the-point descriptions (some jokes included).
You already read about most of these creatures in Part 1 and Part 2, but that’s not all folks, so let’s continue, shall we?
Part 3 of 3 includes Ogres, Ostriches, Rats, Scorpions, Sharks, Snails, Snakes, Stingrays, Turtles, Turkeys, Werewolves, Wolves and Wraiths.
You can scroll down to view all of the information one animal at a time, or click the name of the animal in the list above to get right to the one you’re looking for! If your animal is not on that list, click here for Part 1 which includes Bears, Bunnies, Cave Ogres, Crocodiles, Deer, Dolphins, Ducks, Elephants & Mammoths, Fire Ogres,Flame Wraiths and Foxes or Part 2 which includes Goats, Golems, Horses, Insects, JellyFish, Kitties, Komodo Dragons, Lil’ Fish, MantaRays and Mice.
Click here for Part 4 which features the latest mobs that have been released since this guide was published!
Here we go again!
Ogres are hostile creatures that spawn on the surface during night. They attack by hitting the ground which causes a block destroying explosion. They are very dangerous. They drop obsidian ore which can be used to craft various items. They are not very rare, so be careful and always keep some sort of protection around your base because these guys bust through walls like butter.
Ostriches are passive land creatures that spawn in deserts and plains. There are males, females and babies, and only the males will attack when provoked. Like some other animals, they can be equipped with armor and bags. Female ostriches will lay eggs which you can steal and hatch in order to get a tamed baby ostrich. You can put a saddle on a tamed ostrich to ride and use to whip to make it sprint.
Rats are hostile mobs that will attack on sight. They spawn during night almost everywhere, but are extremely common in caves and plains. They drop coal when killed. Rats are weak in health and don’t do a lot of damage, but when you attack one, other nearby rats come to assist him, making it easy to get swarmed.
Scorpions are hostile mobs similar to spiders in behavior. They will attack on sight during night, but only if provoked during day. Scorpions are pretty dangerous because they can poison you easily. Female scorpions often have baby scorpions with them which can be tamed. There are many kinds of scorpions indigenous for a certain area – a cave scorpion, a nether one and a snow one in addition to the regular common one for plains and swamps.
Sharks are hostile water mobs that attack everything on sight. They are the predators of the sea and hunt everything. They are hard to defeat. They sometimes drop shark eggs, that can be used in water to hatch a tamed shark. Tamed sharks aren’t of much use since they still attack everything, the only exception being you this time. They are useful for villain lairs though.
Snails are peaceful creatures that are mostly there for ambiance. They slowly crawl around and don’t hurt anything. They hide in their shells sometimes. They drop slime balls when killed.
Snakes are land creatures that are sometimes hostile and sometimes passive depending on which type they are. Different snakes vary in how dangerous they are and spawn in different biomes. Snakes hunt small creatures and attack them. Snakes sometimes drop eggs that you can hatch to get a tamed snake that won’t attack you.
Stingrays are hostile water mobs that hang out in the water, mostly on the bottom. They will only attack if something gets too close. Stingrays are poisonous so be careful not to get stung.
Turtles are peaceful creatures that run away from most other animals. Turtles can be tamed with sugarcane or watermelons. Tamed turtles follow you around and you can even wear them as a hat, which seems to be common with mobs in this mod. They are very resistant unless you flip them by right clicking them. It might take some time for them to recover.
Turkeys are peaceful land creatures that are scared of almost everything. They act very similarly to chickens. They drop turkey meat when killed.
Werewolves are extremely dangerous hostile mobs. During day, they are seemingly peaceful humans that beg for your help, but as soon as the sun sets a werewolf shows his true form. They can run on all fours to be faster, and deal huge amount of damage. There are many different kinds, each with their own kind of danger. Werewolves can only be killed with gold items (though this is toogleable in the options). They drop either wood tools if killed in human form, or stone/steel tools when killed in werewolf form.
Wolves are hostile mobs that spawn at night. They attack everything on sight during nighttime but are passive during the day, much like spiders.
Wraiths are flying hostile mobs that spawn during the night. They fly around and only engage the player. Wraiths can be easily heard because they make a distinct ghost inspired sound, so when you hear it, be on the lookout.
That concludes Part 3 of our New Ultimate Mo’ Creature Guide. If you don’t already have the Mo’ Creatures mod, I highly recommend you get it here:
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We hope you found all the information you were looking for. Avoid those pesky werewolves, they are tough to kill. It will be posted soon and connected via links for easy transition between parts. Feel free to discuss the mobs and give any feedback you might have in the comment section below.