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What is mob griefing in Minecraft?




Minecraft players who have spent a considerable amount of time in survival mode have probably experienced a dull act of mafia grief.

Unlike the standard mourning, which is made by other players, the grief of the mafia is performed by Minecraft mobs (as the name suggests).

If Creeper explodes and destroys precious blocks or Enderman drags him to take him with him, players witness the grief of the mob at work.

Grief over the crowd can be a hassle when a player is building an important project. Fortunately, there is a way to get rid of this act with a simple console command.

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How to disable grief over a mob in Minecraft

Minecraft players can get rid of the grief of the crowd with a simple command (picture via Mojang)
Minecraft players can get rid of the grief of the crowd with a simple command (picture via Mojang)

Grieving over the crowd can be one of the aggravating experiences in Minecraft. Explosions caused by creepers are especially annoying, as players usually spend time filling large holes left by their attacks.

Mojang explained this relatively quickly and provided an antidote to the plight of their community.

For Minecraft players on either console or computer platforms, there is an excellent command that will disable mafia grief from all mafias in the game. This command is often applied in multiplayer worlds to avoid creepers and Endermen raging through the landscape as they interact with a large player base.

In addition, it prevents zombies from destroying gates, animals from trampling cultivated agricultural land, rabbits from eating crops and so on. However, it also prevents farmers from doing things like harvesting and replanting crops, so players should keep that in mind.

In the Minecraft Java edition, all players will have to open their in-game chat console and type “/ gamerule mobGriefing false” to prevent all mafias in the game world from grieving. This will only work in a single player world or for multiple players where the player has the appropriate privileges enabled.

To prevent mafia grief in Minecraft’s Bedrock Edition, players will first need to ensure they have hosted privileges enabled for their world. Then I can choose a world from my world list.

After selecting the world, players should select “More Options” before clicking on “Game Options”. Then I can click on “Host Privileges”, go to the “Identify mob” box and cancel it, so that it is not confirmed.

After the application of these changes, grief for the mafia should no longer be possible in the chosen player’s Minecraft world.

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Edited by Rachel Syiemlieh



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