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 v6.1.0 compatible with Minecraft 1.6.4, 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).
A few years ago, I published a giant guide to the famous Mo’ Creatures mod, dubbed the Ultimate Mo’ Creatures Guide. Just over a year ago, I rewrote that guide for the latest version of Mo’ Creatures and dubbed it the NEW Ultimate Mo’ Creatures Guide. Since the mod has added some new mobs, but hasn’t really messed with the old ones, I’ve decided to add another part to the guide, featuring the recently added mobs. So here we are. Read on, would you kindly?
Part 4 of 3 includes Crabs, Raccoons, Silver Skeletons, Mini Golems, Moles and Ents.
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, Part 2 which includes Goats, Golems, Horses, Insects, JellyFish, Kitties, Komodo Dragons, Lil’ Fish, MantaRays and Mice, or Part 3 which includes Ogres, Ostriches, Rats, Scorpions, Sharks, Snails, Snakes, Stingrays, Turtles, Turkeys, Werewolves, Wolves and Wraiths.
Crabs are small passive mobs that spawn near the shore and can move on land and underwater. They come in all shapes and sizes (just sizes, really) and can be either red or blue. They drop crab meat which is cookable.
Raccoons are neutral mobs that spawn in forests and will not attack you unless provoked. They can be tamed and walked around using a lead. They sometimes drop fur when killed.
Silver Skeletons are hostile humanoid mobs that spawn in the darkness. They are very fast, but not very strong. They drop silver swords which can be used to kill the extremely dangerous werewolves. This is a balance fix that has been sorely needed in Mo’ Creatures ever since the incredibly OP werewolves were added.
Mini Golems are a weaker and smaller version of the regular Golem (duhdoy). They spawn at night and attack by throwing blocks at the player, just like their big brothers.
Moles are passive, easily frightened creatures which spawn wherever there is dirt. They can enter all kinds of blocks and dig around, hiding from danger. They’ll mostly dig around when you are close and try to run away if attacked, so they can be hard to kill, not that you’d need to kill them since they only drop fur when killed.
Ents are neutral mobs that spawn wherever there are trees. They are very large and slow, and have two kinds – oak and birch. Their twist is that they cannot be damaged by swords, rather forcing you to use axes and fire to do any damage. They are protective of trees and will engage if you cut one down near an Ent. Ents attrack small animals and can plant plants in a 3×3 area. They drop saplings, sticks and logs when killed.
That’s it for Part 4 of our New Ultimate Mo’ Creature Guide. If you don’t already have the Mo’ Creatures mod, I highly recommend you get it here:
Download the latest Mo’ Creatures Mod version now!
- Install the Forge API.
- Download the prerequisite CustomMobSpawner mod.
- Run Minecraft at least once.
- Put the mod’s .zip file and the CustomMobSpawner zip file in the mods folder located in your .minecraft folder.
- For any additional info, head to our big Mod Installation Guide.
- Ready to go! Enjoy.
We hope you found all the information you were looking for. Stay safe from those nasty Ogres, but also stay tuned for more info on the animals and enemies to come for Mo’ Creatures. Feel free to discuss the mobs and give any feedback you might have in the comment section below.