Elemental Dragons are tameable as children. After taming, they follow you. When they become adults which do NOT happen untamed, they can be saddled, and their movements are controlled by a certain object. They fly when ridden. Anyone can add dragons based on ELEMENTS and ONLY ELEMENTS.
Please note, that the various things on sticks only make it faster, while you may stick ride it without. Also, you can tame them with fish and make them sit or stand with a bone.
A fire dragon is a red small dragon found in the nether and lava in the otherworld that emits the same particles as Monster Spawners and Magma Cubes do, but only as a child. When they become an adult, they are a darker red, emits more particles faster, and when saddled, their movements are controlled by coal on a stick. They breed with other Fire Dragons when fed with coal. They breathe fire when attacking you, and when you are riding it and you click the B button.
A water dragon is a blue small dragon found in ocean biomes that emits bubbles. It's cute, but not for life. They occasionally become an adult, when they become a darker blue, emits more bubbles faster, and when saddled, their movements are controlled by a raw fish on a stick. They breed with other Water Dragons when fed with raw fish. They place a temporary water source block when attacking you and if you click the B button while riding.
An air dragon is a cute white dragon that emits white footsteps. When they become an adult, they become silver, emits more footsteps faster, and when saddled, their movements are based on iron on a stick. They breed with other Air Dragons when fed with Airbread. They move twice as fast as any other dragon.
A medium sized yellow dragon, with a long neck. You can tame it with a Redstone on a stick. When it attacks, it makes a bolt of lightning strike, a second after aiming, which gives you a second to move. You can make it attack when tamed, by clicking the B button. You breed them with Redstone.
A dragon that lives in snow biomes. It hits you to attack, but afterward, you cannot move for seven seconds. You tame it with a snowball on a stick and breed it with a snowball.
A dragon that lives near Cave Spiders, and has a khaki/olive green coloration. You can tame it with a spider eye (or fermented spider eye) on a stick. When it is an adult, it becomes a deep indigo and can emit small green swirls around it, faster than if poisoned. If attacked, it will spawn 5 Cave Spiders and toss Acid Balls (which poison you). It's tamable with spider eyes and, when ridden, can summon Cave Spider allies and Acid Balls with A and B (left or right click for computer).
A nontabable dragon. It has no eyes or mouth, and it is seemingly blind. It will know where you are when provoked, and will attack you until slain.
A dragon that is a very powerful dragon that can only be found up in cold high mountains. It is very rare yet very powerful breed, it is neutral unless provoked. If attacked, it will fire short plasma beams at a moderate fire rate, which can kill a player in close range in just one shot. It can only be tamed as an egg since it will recognize the first entities it sees as its parents/family. When ridden (Which can only be done when it reached adult stage) the player can right-click to fire plasma beams and can be charged, the longer it is charged the stronger it is and the range as well.
A green dragon who lives in forests, this beast is neutral. If you attack it, the nature dragon can poison you, while it regenerates health. As an adult, it is dark green. It can be ridden when tamed as an adult while shooting venom sacs.
A creme colored dragon, the light dragon lives in deserts. It causes bluntness, where the player feels like fainting. The adult is a yellow-orange. It has phantom vision, where it can see through blocks. Being ridden, it can trail blunt gas.
A crimson dragon of the mesa, it dehydrates opponents, meaning their health gets halved and they have less mining power, while it has haste. It can't fly, but it can roll, meaning the player must craft an internal virtual saddle. The adult is maroon.
A light brown dragon, it lives in jungles. The adult is deep khaki, It has an effect called bleed, where the person loses health rapidly, while it has an animal affinity, meaning it auto-tames any animals. It can only be tamed as an egg. But it can be ridden as a baby
"Dragon" redirects here. For the mentioned feature, see Red Dragon. For the rendering engine, see RenderDragon. For other uses, see Dragon (disambiguation).
The Ender dragon is a gigantic flying hostileboss mob found when first entering the End. She is the largest naturally spawning mob in the game and is widely acknowledged as the final boss of Minecraft.
The Ender dragon spawns immediately when an entity first arrives in the End.
Players can re-summon the Ender dragon by placing four end crystals on the edges of the exit portal, one on each side. When the dragon is re-summoned, the four end crystals point to the tops of each pillar setting off a series of explosions that resets the obsidian pillars, iron bars, and end crystals. The top of each pillar explodes, destroying any player-placed blocks. Eventually, all of the end crystals point at the corner of (0, 128, 0) and the Ender dragon spawns there. The four crystals placed around the exit portal then explode. If the player does not pick up the dragon egg and starts to re-summon the dragon, the dragon egg disappears.
If a dragon goes through an End gateway, another immediately spawns at (0, 128, 0 ) while the other dragon stays on the outer End islands until the chunks get loaded. [verify]
Once slain, the Ender dragon slowly ascends, her wings and body becoming more tattered until she disappears, while beams of light erupt from her center. There's an explosion of 12,000 experience points (ten drops of 960 and one drop of 2400) — enough to bring a player from level 0 to level 68. In subsequent completions of the Ender dragon fight (after she is re-summoned via the End crystals), only 500 experience points are dropped. In Java Edition, the slain Ender dragon flies back to the central and tatters into nothingness. In Bedrock Edition, the slain Ender dragon stays where she is slain and tatters into nothingness.
After the dragon is slain for the first time, a dragon egg appears above the island's central bedrock structure. If a block exists right above the center of the central bedrock structure, then the dragon egg spawns 1 block above the highest block at (0,0). If the highest block is at the height limit, then the dragon egg does not spawn. The bedrock structure fills in with an End portal interface to become the exit portal, enabling the player to transport back to the Overworld and respawn at their spawn point.
Every completed dragon fight also creates an End gateway portal floating within 75–100 blocks of the exit portal, up to a maximum of 20 gateway portals.
See also: Tutorials/Defeating the ender dragon
During the battle with the Ender dragon, unique music called "Boss" plays. This happens for as long as the player fights the dragon, except when there is no player within 190 blocks from (0, 128, 0).
The Ender dragon has a light purple health bar that appears at the top of the player's screen. Her health is frequently restored by nearby End crystals, indicated by a magical white beam connecting the dragon and the crystal. Destroying an End crystal that is actively healing the dragon causes 10 damage to her.
The dragon can take damage only from explosions and player based damage, and takes damage of (1⁄4 × normal damage + 1) when hit on any part that is not her head. Suffocation is completely non-applicable, as she either phases through or immediately destroys any block she touches.
The dragon is immune to all status effects.
By using the + shortcut, the dragon's bounding box appears.[Java Edition only] She cannot be damaged at just any spot in this large volume: eight green sub-hitboxes are also shown, which indicate the locations where the dragon can take damage: The tail, body, head, and wings.
The Ender dragon is a flying mob, which cannot actually stand on the ground. She flies around the end main island while fighting the player.
The dragon can pass through all blocks, destroying almost all types, but can still be affected by flowing water, lava and Bubble Column. Blocks not destroyed are those that naturally generate on the central End island and those that are intended to be indestructible, except for crying obsidian and respawn anchors:
Destroyed blocks are not dropped, although containers (such as chests and dispensers, but not shulker boxes) drop their contents.
The dragon never targets any entity but the player. Other mobs may turn hostile to the dragon when struck. Any entities hit by her wings are dealt 5 damage (or 10 damage if hit by her head), and in Java Edition, are thrown into the air, sometimes to fatal heights or even off the island. Neither of these effects is applied for 1⁄2 second after the dragon takes damage.
The Ender dragon has four main states of behavior:
- The dragon begins in this state, circling the ring of obsidian pillars on either the outside if there are still End crystals or the inside if the crystals are destroyed.
- With each crystal's destruction, she takes damage and there is an increased chance of the dragon switching states.
- Whenever the dragon finds herself less than 10 blocks or greater than 150 blocks from her current target, she attempts to choose a new target. When damaged she targets a point just behind herself, causing her to turn away and choose a new target.
- Upon the destruction of an End crystal, the dragon switches to strafing. As soon as she is within 64 blocks, she shoots a fireball at the player.
- The dragon resumes circling after this state.
- The dragon dives onto the target player's position, taken at the start of the dive.
- The dragon resumes circling after this state, whether or not she actually hit the player.
- While Guarding and the dragon has reached the end of the path, she has 1 in (3 + crystals alive) chance (~7.7% up to 33%) to go to the exit portal structure (approaching from the side opposite the player if possible) and lands on the highest block of the coordinates (x=0, z=0), up to (y=101).[Bedrock Edition only] If there is no block in (x=0, z=0) the dragon freezes right when she switches to perching.[Bedrock Edition only] The dragon is immune to arrows in this state; they all catch fire and bounce off. In Java Edition she is also immune to thrown tridents in this state.
- Dragon's Breath
- Unless the player is in Peaceful difficulty, after 1.25 seconds, if a player is within 20 blocks of the exit portal structure, the dragon roars and use her 3-second breath attack, damaging players similarly to a lingering potion of Harming.
- The purple clouds emitted from the dragon's breath attack can be collected in a glass bottle to obtain dragon's breath.
- If the player is not near the portal within 5 seconds of the dragon's landing, she charges at players within 150 blocks.
- After four consecutive breath attacks, or if the dragon fails to locate a player within 150 blocks, she takes off from her perch. She always takes off in Peaceful difficulty, making it difficult to land melee hits.
- The dragon resumes circling after this state.
- If cumulative damage taken while perched exceeds 50 × 25, the dragon takes off and resets the damage accumulator. The accumulator is not reset if she does not take enough damage.
- The dragon resumes circling after this state.
When the dragon finally takes a fatal blow, she flies toward the exit portal structure before dying, unless she cannot find it within 150 blocks, or it is inside blocks.[Java Edition only]
Dragon fireballs are special fireballs that the Ender dragon fires while strafing. They cannot be deflected unlike ghast fireballs, and they do no impact damage. Instead, they deposit purple clouds across the ground that damages players the same way a lingeringPotion of Harming does. This means that the ender dragon's fireballs deal magic damage, which ignores any damage reduction that comes from the player's armor. However its damage DOES get reduced by armor enchanted with the Protection enchantment.
As with her close-ranged breath attack, the purple fog can be bottled to obtain the dragon's breath.
|Name||Resource location||Entity tags (JE)||Translation key|
|Name||Resource location||Numeric ID||Translation key|
Ender dragons have entity data associated with them that contain various properties.
- See Bedrock Edition level format/Entity format.
Main article: Entity format
- Entity data
- DragonPhase: A number indicating the dragon's current state. Valid values are: 0=circling, 1=strafing (preparing to shoot a fireball), 2=flying to the portal to land (part of transition to landed state), 3=landing on the portal (part of transition to landed state), 4=taking off from the portal (part of transition out of landed state), 5=landed, performing breath attack, 6=landed, looking for a player for breath attack, 7=landed, roar before beginning breath attack, 8=charging player, 9=flying to portal to die, 10=hovering with no AI (default when using the command).
Dragon fireballs have entity data associated with them that contain various properties.
The command, by default, summons a harmless Ender dragon that hovers in place [JE only]. Setting the tag (by issuing either the or the commands) starts the Ender dragon's ordinary behavior, although the health bar does not appear because it is managed by the End's dragon fight status rather than by the dragon entity herself [JE only]. If spawned away from the center of the map (x=0, z=0), she flies to the center then resumes normal behavior (see #Behavior).
Target selectors for the Ender dragon target a total of 9 entities per dragon, as the Ender dragon actually consists of 9 entities internally [Java Edition only]. So executing at a dragon to summon an arrow summons 9 arrows.
|Icon||Achievement||In-game description||Actual requirements (if different)||Gamerscore earned||Trophy type (PS4)|
|You Need a Mint||Collect dragons breath in a glass bottle||Have a dragon's breath bottle in your inventory||30G||Silver|
|The End... Again...||Respawn the Enderdragon [sic]||—||30G||Silver|
Top 3 Minecraft mods for taming dragons
Dragons are one of the most remarkable creatures to add to Minecraft using mods. Minecraft does have the Ender dragon, but players cannot tame or ride it. It is a hostile boss mob that can be seen in the End dimension.
Many mods add dragons of different types to Minecraft, but not many of them allow the player to tame them. Taming is a feature using which players can make living entities their pets.
Minecraft mods that have tamable dragons
3) How To Train Your Dragon Ultimate Mod
Based on the famous animated movie How To Train Your Dragon, this mod has been created for Minecraft that adds dragons like Night Fury, Skrill, and Deadly Nadder. The dragons are divided into seven classes: Strike, tracker, sharp, boulder, tidal, mystery, and stoker.
Players will also get to use new items and weapons such as clubs, waraxe and warhammers. The textures of the dragons and other additions are highly detailed and since they are based around the franchise, they have abilities as well.
2) Dragon Mounts: Legacy
This mod allows the players to tame and ride on various dragons. Dragon Mounts: Legacy is the successor to the original Dragon Mounts mod created by Barracuda/ATA4. Mods usually work on very old versions of Minecraft, but players can install this one on 1.16.5.
It adds a bunch of new dragons to Minecraft that can be spawned by using the dragon egg collected by defeating the Ender dragon. The dragon egg was previously useless, but now it finally has a purpose in Minecraft.
1) Ice and Fire: Dragons
With more than 25 million downloads, Ice and Fire: Dragons is one of the most downloaded dragon mods available on the CurseForge website. It adds beautiful dragons to the game that look very realistic and even better than the Ender dragon.
Not just dragons but their skeletons, scales and eggs can also be found in this mod. Players can obtain eggs from dragon caves and craft tools, weapons and armor from dragon scales. They can also equip armor to their tamed dragon.
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This Minecraft mod adds hydras, gorgons, death worms, and trained dragons
It's always exciting when Mojang adds new mob types to Minecraft. We've seen the recent additions of the axolotl, glow squids, and mountain goats, with more sinister creatures like the blind warden coming in the second part of the Caves and Cliffs update.
If Mojang's 50+ mobs aren't enough for you, then look no further than Raptorfarian and Alexthe666's Ice and Fire: Dragons, a mod that adds a whole load of fantasy creatures into the base game. What originally started out as a project to add more dragons into the game back in 2017 has developed into a whole bestiary of monsters. The list is huge, including the likes of hippogryphs, gorgons, dread liches, sea serpents, hydras, pixies, cyclopes, trolls, death worms, and ghosts.
Dragons are the highlight of the mod though, letting you train, ride, and hunt the mythical beasts. You can craft dragon equipment, find dragon eggs, and explore dragon caverns where special loot lies.
It's an incredible mod. If you're looking to take it for a spin, make sure you have installed the support mods and resource packs needed for it to run, which you can find at the bottom of the mod's description.
I'll chuck some pictures of Ice and Fire: Dragons below so you can see the monsters first-hand. If you're after other amazing builds from the Minecraft community, check out this recreation of J. R. R. Tolkien's Middle-earth and the resource pack that turns Minecraft blocks into Lego bricks.
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Dragon Mounts is a mod by Barracuda, that allows to hatch eight different dragons and ride them, when they are grown up. The player needs a Dragon Egg to get started and later on Raw Fish and a Saddle to ride it. The Dragon Egg can be obtained after killing the Ender Dragon or can be found in dungeon chests (however, this is disabled by default).
Hatching a Dragon
To hatch a dragon, the player has to simply right-click a Dragon Egg. It will then turn into a Dragon, which in this state just looks like a normal Dragon Egg, but can be pushed around. In the first moments, it gets decided which kind of dragon will be spawned. For seven of the dragons, special conditions must be met, otherwise it will turn into an Ender Dragon. The dragon will remain for 20 minutes (one Minecraft day) in its egg state. The closer it comes to its hatch, the more it will start to shake and produce particles. Be careful in this state, as the egg is quite fragile and the dragon will die when it falls too deep.
After 20 minutes, a dragon baby will hatch. It will look like the final dragon, but still has to grow. The player cannot tame it yet and the dragon will still take damage when falling.
After yet another 10 minutes, the dragon can now glide and won't take fall damage anymore.
After 60 minutes (3 Minecraft days) in total, the dragon has become an adult. It can now be tamed using Raw Fish and a Saddle can be used on it. The player can mount the dragon with right-clicking and dismounting by pressing Shift. To control the dragon, the player has to press W,A,S and D to fly in any direction, R to gain height and F to fly downwards. Also, the player can right-click the dragon with a Bone to let him sit down or get up again.
The Dragon Mounts mod offers two cheats, the player can use when cheats are enabled:
- : This will set the dragon the player is looking at to a different state. "egg", "hatchling", "juvenile" or "adult" can be used.
- : This cheat will tame the dragon the player is looking at.
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Dragon Mounts is a mod in Attack of the B-Team that allows you to hatch previously useless dragon eggs. Once fostered and tamed, they'll be your faithful companion in all situations and, of course, can be used for a ride!
- To hatch a dragon egg, you'll need to find a good place for it first. If you found one, place the egg block and simply right click it. The egg will then start to hatch, which will take a while.
- Once grown up, you can tame the dragon with raw fish. It will then follow and protect you like other pets.
- You can command tamed dragons to lay down or stand up with the bone item.
- To ride a tamed dragon, use a saddle on it, then right click it without holding an action item.
- To heal injured dragons, feed it with raw fish, chicken, beef or pork chop (four hearts) or with rotten flesh (two hearts).
- You can control the dragon with the Carrot On A Stick while riding it.
There are multiple breeds of dragons in which some take more effort that others. The breeds of dragons are- Ender, Water, Fire, Ice, Ghost, Air, Forest, and Nether.
To spawn a Water dragon place your dragon egg in a 3x3 pool of water with a block in the middle, spawn the egg on the block.
To spawn a Fire dragon,place your dragon egg in a 3x3 pool of lava with a block in the middle, spawn egg on the block.
To spawn an Ender dragon, place the dragon egg anywhere.
To spawn a Ghost dragon, place the dragon egg in complete darkness near bedrock.
To spawn an Ice dragon,place your dragon egg in a 3x3 area of ice blocks with a block in the middle, spawn egg on the block.
To spawn an Air dragon,(also known as an Aether dragon)you have to spawn the egg at least 5 blocks above the clouds.
To spawn a Nether dragon,place your dragon egg in a 3x3 area of nether rack with a block in the middle, spawn the egg on the block.
To spawn a Forest dragon place your egg in a 3x3 square of leaves. spawn your egg in the middle of the square.
In order to tame your dragon you have to wait on it's maturing. By the time your dragon has 60 HP total, it is a full grown adult. To tame your matured dragon, you feed it raw fish. To ride your dragon put a regular Minecraft saddle on it by right clicking with the saddle in your hand. You have to tame your dragon before you can ride it. If you try to tame your dragon and it says "This dragon is not under your command" then your dragon is still too young.
By turning your cheats on you may use the following, otherwise it will not give you access. You can turn on your cheats when your first make your world. The command is used by the player saying /dragon and then depending on what they want, they say. to get the help say /dragon and it will tell you how to use the command. If you want your dragon to become older or younger say /dragon stage <egg, hatchling, juvenile, or adult> If you want to change the breed of your dragon say /dragon breed <air, end, fire, ghost, ice, nether, water> You cannot turn a dragons breed into forest with this command.
When it comes to playing multiplayer either a regular server or a LAN server, if you spawn a dragon and grow it up, by the time you tame it, if you are not the host (or owner) of the server, you will lose control of your dragon, in other words, any dragon that gets tamed is automatically under control of whom ever is hosting the world. if you are hosting the world, congratulations, you now own every one's dragons!
Following or Staying
By using a bone you can make your dragon stand (follow) or stay (don't follow). If you get too far away from your dragon(s) they will teleport to you. You can ride dragons before making them get up, but once you land, they will sit back down.