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All Mob Heads
Mob Heads are equipable Blocks that were added in Update 0.12.1. They can be worn; however, they do not give any amount of defence to the Player.
Creeper head Zombie head Skeleton skull Wither Skeleton skull Player head Ender Dragon head
There are multiple ways to obtain Mob Heads.
Zombie, Creeper heads, and Skeleton skulls are dropped whenever one of the aformenioned mobs are killed by a Charged Creeper. Wither Skeleton skulls have a low chance to drop when one is killed. The Ender Dragon head is found at the end of End Ships. There is currently no way to obtain the Player head in survival mode outside of inventory editors.
Mob Heads can be used as a Decoration, and can be placed in 16 different orientations on top of Blocks and 4 different directions on the sides of Blocks.
Ender Dragon Heads are the only Mob Heads that have an animation. When equipped on the Player, the mouth of the Ender Dragon opens and closes as they walk or fly. The animation also occurs when the Ender Dragon head is powered by a Redstone source. Bedrock Exclusive: Before Update 1.2 the Inventory icons was not in 3D. Before Update 0.14.0, Mob heads could not be equipped. The Player head is currently only available in Creative Mode. However, it is possible to get the Head in Survival Mode through mods or inventory editors, or by placing the Head in Containers in Creative Mode and switching into Survival Mode. As of Update 0.16.0, Wither Skeleton skulls can be used to make the Wither. Bug: When a Stray is blown up by a Charged Creeper, it will drop a Wither Skeleton Skull. When a Zombie Pigman or a Zombie Villager is blown up by a Charged Creeper, it will drop a Zombie head. The Ender Dragon head was added in Update 1.0. Blocks
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Oak Planks • Birch Planks • Spruce Planks • Acacia Planks • Jungle Planks • Dark Oak Planks
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End Stone • End Portal Frame • End Stone Brick • Purpur Block • Purpur Pillar • End Rod • Dragon Egg • End Crystal
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Update Game Block • Camera • Nether Reactor Core • Glowing Obsidian • Invisible Bedrock • Fire • .name (Fire Placeholder)
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