Can you breed Axolotls in Minecraft?
The answer is yes, it is possible to breed Axolotls in Minecraft. This guide will teach you all you need to know about breeding Axolotls in Minecraft, as well as how to produce the extremely rare Blue Axolotl. We’ll talk about Axolotl colour variations, spawn dynamics, what an Axolotl eats, and more. So let’s get started and meet the new cutest mob in Minecraft. So scroll down for all the info!
How do you breed Axolotls in Minecraft?
Breeding animals usually involves taming them, but it is not possible to do so with Axolotls. Instead, you can force them to breed with each other. To induce two Axolotls to breed, place them near each other and feed them a Bucket of Tropical Fish apiece. This will cause them to enter “Love Mode.” They will now breed with one another, resulting in a newborn Axolotl. Many other species, such as foxes, can be bred using the same procedure. Axolotl babies will follow their parents until they reach adulthood, which occurs 20 minutes after birth. You can hasten the baby’s maturation by feeding him extra Buckets of Tropical Fish. You can also lead an Axolotl in a specific direction by approaching it with a Bucket of Tropical Fish in your hand, similar to how a Pig follows a carrot on a stick. This will assist you in getting both Axolotls in the same location and ready to breed.
How to get Blue Axolotls in Minecraft?
Breeding a Blue Axolotl is the only way to get one without using commands as of Minecraft version 1.17.1. Axolotl comes in five various colours: pink, brown, gold, cyan, and blue. The young Axolotl’s colour will normally match that of its parents, but it has a 1 in 1,200 (0.083 percent) chance of becoming a rare Blue Axolotl. The creature itself is unaffected by the colour. All Axolotls are functionally and behaviorally identical; other than its colour, the ultra-rare blue variation has nothing that distinguishes it from the other forms. Apart from breeding them you can also use commands. Scroll down to learn more.
Command for spawning Blue Axolotls
To spawn a Blue Axolotl using commands in Minecraft Bedrock, here’s what you need to type into the console:
This will only produce a Blue Axolotl and not any of the other colours. This command is all you need if you’re willing to employ cheats to get your hands on the rarest Axolotl kind.
Behaviour of Axolotls
Except for dolphins and turtles, axolotls are natively friendly to players but hostile to all other aquatic mobs. An Axolotl will almost certainly feign dead if it is injured. It will heal any lost hit points during this time and will not be attacked by other mobs. Axolotls can be caught in a bucket of water or attached to leads.
Spawning points of Axolotls
Axolotls spawn in underwater caverns in any biome, so they’re not so uncommon that you’ll have to look for a specific Minecraft seed to see one. The following are the specific rules for their spawning:
They must spawn in a water block below Y-level 63;
There must be a solid block of some sort above where it spawns;
They can only spawn in pitch darkness (Light Level 0);
They can only spawn within 5 blocks of a stone-type block (Stone, Deepslate, Granite, Diorite, Andesite, or Tuff).
This may seem like a lot of requirements, but Axolotls aren’t rare in Minecraft 1.17, especially if you’re near the seaside. Of course, if you really want to see one, you can always use an Axolotl Egg to hatch one in Creative Mode but don’t expect to see any blue Axolotls this way since blue variants are spawned only through breeding.
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