Llamas are neutral mobs that can be tamed and bred in Minecraft. They are not the best mobs to farm, but they do have some special interactions that make them useful. The llamas will always spit on zombie villagers, villagers and raiders. In this guide, you will learn about the necessary materials for breeding llamas, how to breed llamas and how to make a caravan of llamas in Minecraft.
Necessary materials for breeding llamas in Minecraft
- 2 llamas;
- 2 bales of hay (18 wheat).
To breed llamas, you need a bale of hay and 2 llamas. To bring two llamas into love mode, you need to feed them a bale of hay. You can also feed them wheat to cheer them up and heal them, but it won’t put them in a state of love. Grow wheat and turn it into hay bales to breed llamas.
How to breed llamas in Minecraft
In a nutshell :
To breed llamas in Minecraft: find two llamas, use the leash to guide them to a closed area surrounded by a fence. Tie the wires close together. Then feed each of the haystacks to the llamas until hearts begin to appear above them, signaling their ability to mate.
Let’s gather some wheat first. You will be able to grow wheat easily just by making a hoe and breaking down tall grass. Tall grass seeds will grow into wheat, and you can make any variety of hoe to work the land.
To make a hay bale, combine 9 wheat in your crafting menu.
Once you have collected enough wheat (18 wheat per breeding session), you just need to find two llamas. To lead them where you want them, you will need a leash. They won’t follow you if you’re holding wheat or a haystack. To get a lead, either find a traveling vendor and separate him from the llamas, or make one yourself using string and slime balls.
Once you have your leads ready, head out into the grassy savannah to look for wild llamas. One day you will find a group of lamas. You get two leashes per recipe, so you shouldn’t have any trouble getting 2 llamas to go where you want.
After you fence them in, you can breed them by feeding them both hay bales. That’s all you need to breed llamas in Minecraft.
How to make a caravan of llamas in minecraft
If you didn’t know, you can equip the llama with a chest to give her inventory. The amount of space a llama can hold depends on its innate strength value, assigned internally. You can really find out if the llamas can fit more if you give them a chest and see for yourself. You can also decorate and color your llamas to keep track of which llama is holding what.
Since the only real purpose of breeding llamas is to be able to move large amounts of supplies across the ground, you should try to get the highest strength llamas you can. Once you are happy with your llama population, you can bring up to 10 different llamas with the same leash. With this method, you can even lead untamed llamas.
You don’t need to complete any other special tasks to lead the llamas, once you take one on a leash, it will signal 10 other nearby llamas to follow you as well. You can lead more than 10 llamas if you wish by attaching another llama with a leash, this will result in 10 more llamas following you if applicable.
How many llamas can be in a caravan?
For each lead you attach to the llama, you can lead up to 10 llamas. You can lead a potentially infinite number of llamas if you have enough reason to do so. One caravan will only signal 10 other llamas to follow you, but you can attach another leash to another llama to get 10 more llamas to follow.
How many inventory slots can a llama hold in Minecraft?
A llama can have up to 15 inventory slots and at least 3 inventory slots. This is decided internally when the lama appears. If you breed two llamas that each have 15 inventory slots, their offspring will have a 20% chance to also have 15 inventory slots. These are your best chances of getting llamas with maximum power.
Does llama spit damage in Minecraft?
Llama saliva deals damage in Minecraft. It might only be half a heart of damage, but if they’re properly fenced off and there’s no way for zombies to get to them, llamas can serve as sufficient guards for these undead enemies. They can also accidentally hit each other with saliva, causing them both to aggro each other. Try to separate them a little so that this does not happen.
Raising llamas for leather production is nowhere near as efficient as raising cows for leather production. Instead, you should consider breeding llamas due to their caravan potential. The ability to transport large numbers of llamas around the world will allow you to move from base to base without losing too many materials between destinations. Llamas can also be used defensively, their spit attack doesn’t deal much damage and can accidentally taunt another llama, but if you position the llamas correctly you can prevent zombies or other hostile mobs from attacking your lands.
Congratulations! Now you know what you need to breed llamas in Minecraft. While shulker crates in the endgame outweigh the potential benefits of a llama caravan, don’t forget that you can put a shulker crate in a llama’s inventory, potentially holding 405 inventory slots per llama. While you can ride llamas, you cannot maneuver them around your world. You will need leads to properly lead llamas around the world. However, it can be important to learn how to handle llamas as they can provide you with a lot of portable storage.