How to get sheep in Minecraft Dungeons
Sheep are one of the main monsters in Minecraft and they remain common in Minecraft Dungeons. They mostly act the same and can be killed for dropped items as well. One key difference with sheep in Minecraft Dungeons is that they can actually be enchanted.
In Minecraft, only weapons, armor, and certain other items could be enchanted. Monsters can’t, but in Minecraft Dungeons they can and that makes them much better. Here’s what players need to know about sheep in Minecraft Dungeons.
Sheep in Minecraft Dungeons: A Complete Guide
The appearance of the sheep in Minecraft Dungeons is almost exactly like its appearance in Minecraft. The only difference is that the texture of the sheep in Minecraft Dungeons is slightly more saturated.
The following levels can spawn sheep:
- Climbing plant wood
- Scary crypt (outside)
- Pumpkin pastures
- Cactus Canyon (in the canyon)
- Lonely fortress
Sheep will work almost the same as in Minecraft, which is similar to almost all passive mobs. They will wander aimlessly and eat grass, which is similar to what the cows do in Minecraft Dungeons and what the two mobs did in the original game.
As for an enchanted sheep, it cannot be enchanted by an enchanter, but it can appear already enchanted. An enchanted sheep will appear with glowing yellow eyes and will usually receive an enchantment based on speed or defense.
Any offensive enchantment will have no effect on the sheep. For example, if an enchanted sheep has the Fire Trail enchantment, the effect does not damage the Minecraft Dungeons player.
Sheep can spawn up to level 103, which means they’ll have 2498.4 health, making them much harder to kill. They won’t drop wool like they do in Minecraft, as Minecraft Dungeons doesn’t really have a use for this article.
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Instead, they can drop items like meat, weapons, or armor, although these are usually common items that aren’t as useful as scavenging emeralds.