Minecraft recently added a new mob that might be the most expressive mob in Minecraft. This mob is the Panda as this mob has a number of personalities which are reflected in the design of its face, The Panda has a total of seven different personalities all offering different faces.
The Minecraft Panda has a total of twenty hearts for most personality types, and the Panda has an attack strength of only two hearts. Both the Panda’s total number of hearts and attack strength vary depending on the Panda’s personality type.
How to tame a panda in Minecraft?
A panda is a neutral mob that lounges around all day. Pandas are the latest bear type mobs in Minecraft and they have unique personalities from being a regular panda to a brown panda. Taming a Panda is like taming any other Mob in Minecraft, feed them their favorite food.
Unfortunately, unlike a wolf/dog or ocelot, there is no way to tame a panda in Minecraft to make it your pet. You can use a name tag to keep it from disappearing, but you can’t use a leash on it. You can guide panda around with bamboo and use bamboo to breed with other pandas. Similar to sheep or cows, you’ll want to use an enclosed area to raise pandas, preferably in the same enclosure where you grow bamboo. Once a panda breeds once, the panda will become passive towards you, rather than neutral.
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The reason to breed pandas
Unlike many other breedable mobs, you can’t get many useful items from pandas or ride they, however, panda cubs can produce a rare resource. For every second of the game, there’s a small chance that a Baby Panda will sneeze and create a Slimeball that you can pick up as an item. Since slime balls can usually only be obtained by killing slimes, which are themselves rare, panda breeding can be another method of obtaining these sticky items.
There are 7 types of pandas you can find in Minecraft. Everyone has a different personality and different behaviors. You can tell them apart by their facial expressions and sometimes by their color.