Creeper spawn egg crafting recipe for Minecraft by ChickenNugget44
Creeper spawn egg crafting recipe
Craft your own creeper spawn eggs with this recipe.
When Minecraft updated to version 1.13, a changed dubbed "The Flattening" was introduced. In "The Flattening", numerical IDs and item data was removed, and some item IDs were changed to make them more logical - Creeper Spawn Egg was one of the many items that had their IDs changed.
For this reason, if you're playing on a Minecraft version below 1.13 (1.12, 1.8, 1.7), you should use what we've named a legacy ID for this item. The legacy ID for creeper spawn egg is:
Creeper Spawn Egg has a data value of 50. You will need to add this to commands, along with its legacy item ID (below), to spawn it.
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A spawn egg[a] is an item used to spawn mobs directly.
Spawn eggs can be obtained only in Creative mode or using commands. In Creative mode, the player can press pick block on an existing mob to obtain their respective egg. Spawn eggs are also available in the Creative inventory. There are 66 spawn eggs in Bedrock Edition and 64 spawn eggs in Java Edition.
It is also possible to find a spawn egg that spawns the Wither boss within the Switch version's Mario Mashup template map. The egg is labeled "item.spawn_egg.entity.wither.name", however it works just like a normal spawn egg.
A spawn egg is used by pressing use on any surface (top, bottom, or side) with the egg. When used on a top surface, the egg's mob appears with its feet immediately adjacent to the surface, and its ambient sound is played.
Spawn eggs are not thrown (unlike normal eggs); the player must be within normal range of the block to use the spawn egg. Ocelot and all monster mobs (except shulkers, piglins, hoglins; and in Bedrock Edition, also include vindicators, evokers, zoglins, piglin brutes) spawned while on Peaceful difficulty get created and immediately deleted from the world.
The surfaces of blocks are prioritized for spawning; if none are within reach, mobs can also be spawned in water.
A spawn egg fired from a dispenser spawns the mob directly in front of the dispenser. The spawn egg is consumed when fired.
If the player uses a spawn egg on the type of mob it spawns, and that mob has a baby form, the egg spawns a baby version of the mob. In mobs that can breed, the baby is created by breeding the clicked mob to itself. For instance, using a sheep spawn egg on a sheep makes a baby sheep with the same wool color.[Java Edition only]
Other mobs such as evokers, vindicators, vexes, piglin brutes, ravagers, phantoms, skeletons, pillagers, creepers and wither skeletons do not have a baby variant, so the egg still spawns an adult.
All spawn eggs can also be used on a spawner to change the mob the spawner spawns. In Bedrock Edition, spawn eggs for any of the fish mobs spawn them only if the spawner is waterlogged.
A spawn egg can be renamed on an anvil, and when used it spawns a mob with that name appearing over its head. The name can be seen only by aiming at the mob from four or fewer blocks away. This name also appears in death messages from the mob killing a player. If the player renames a spawn egg by the names described below, the mob appears described below. If the player renames a rabbit spawn egg "Toast", the secret skin of the rabbit appears when the egg is used. Naming a spawn egg "Dinnerbone" or "Grumm" causes the mob to appear upside down and show the given name above it. Renaming a vindicator "Johnny" causes it to act hostile to all mobs except for other illagers. Renaming a sheep "jeb_" makes the sheep's wool color cycle in a rainbow loop. This doesn't change the color of the wool you get from the sheep. Renaming a spawn egg of a hostile mob with an anvil and then spawning the hostile mob with the renamed spawn egg does not prevent the hostile mob from despawning, unlike using a name tag on the mob.
Mobs can be spawned with spawn eggs in Survival mode, but spawn eggs are not obtainable in Survival without cheats; they can be obtained only using the Creative menu or commands.
List of spawn eggs
There is a spawn egg for almost every mob in the game; exceptions are listed below this table.
Mobs without spawn eggs
The following mobs not have explicitly defined spawn eggs. Custom spawn eggs can be created with a custom NBT tag that changes the spawned entity, however no spawn egg explicitly associated with any of the mobs exist.
Education Edition spawn eggs
These spawn eggs exist in Education Edition and in Bedrock Edition:
The NPC and agent can both be spawned in Bedrock Edition, however, the agent is not visible or interactable in any way, though it still prevents the placing of blocks and entities.
Minecraft Earth spawn eggs
These unused spawn egg textures exist in Minecraft Earth:
Main article: Player.dat format
Bedrock Edition:In Bedrock Edition, spawn eggs have no additional tags. See Bedrock Edition level format/Item format.
For information on the historical colors of spawn eggs, see Spawn Egg tints.
Issues relating to "Spawn Egg" are maintained on the bug tracker. Report issues there.