Mobs that give the same XP: Drowned, Husk, Stray, Skeleton, Withered Skeleton, Zombie, Zombie Villager, Witch, Illusionator, Reaver, Vex, Vindicator, Ghost, Shulker, Silverfish, Ghast , Hoglin, Zoglin, Warden
How to Sculk XP Farm in Minecraft 1.19
This is much like a normal XP farm in a sky-scraping enclosed tower, except there’s a catalyst of Sculk where mobs fall to their deaths. The locked chamber at the top of the building has flowing water that carries mobs into a hole in the center that leads to a vertical drop to the bottom. This kills mobs on contact and thus triggers Sculk’s catalyst and spawns Sculk features that you need to mine and collect XP.
- Create a base for your farm. Find a flat open area that is at least 9*9 blocks wide. Place a block in the middle of the area. This central area is the location for the Sculk Catalyst.
What does the warden drop in Minecraft Bedrock Edition?
The scariest thing I’ve seen in a long time.
After Minecraft Bedrock Edition version 1.19.26 beta update, Warden throws a Sculk Catalyst, a block in Minecraft that spawns the Sculk function around it whenever a player kills a Mob that grants XP points .
What do Guardians drop?
But what exactly do Wardens drop? Other than a small amount of experience, players won’t receive anything other than a Sculk Catalyst from Wardens. It is an item used to create a Sculk patch with Sculk Veins if a mob dies within eight blocks of it.
That being said, Guardians are not created to be killed or hunted. They are incredibly strong and should be avoided when exploring the Ancient Cities. The really valuable loot you can find in these locations comes from chests.
What makes the Warden so scary?
The developers in their Minecon sessions have chalked up Warden as a natural disaster, one to be avoided and not fought against. While other mobs stop chasing and attacking a player once they become invisible, the Warden does not. The Guardian is blind and follows you by the sound of your footsteps and every time you attack him he speeds towards you with each hit. Once he reaches you, he usually kills you in one hit unless you have powerful enchanted Netherite armor, in which case he lasts long enough for two hits.
The Guardian is also the only mob that interacts with the biome he is in: he can dim the lights around him, making it difficult to aim or escape. While other mobs don’t usually attack each other, Warden attacks other mobs aimlessly. If you as the player attack him, he will cling to you and follow you instead of being distracted by other nearby creatures. The Warden also has the highest health in the game, even higher than the Ender Dragon.