Llamas can be tamed and eaten for food or protection. They will not attack other mobs on your behalf, unlike wolves. They have a white wool coat and a brown body, with stripes on the legs from the knee down. The Llama emits a soft “hum” as well as an occasional defecation sound.
In Minecraft, llamas are able to be tamed and killed by players just like other passive mobs such as cows or sheep. A player can kill a Llama by attacking it with any kind of weapon or tool without causing it to retaliate violently in self-defense or retaliation against the aggressor. Llamas do not take damage from being hit by another mob (such as wolves). Llamas can be bred with any kind of wheat and they will eat grass blocks found in the Overworld.
Tamed Llamas can be equipped with a chest or a saddle to be used as pack animals. They will drop wool from time to time that the player can spin into a string for use in crafting cloth. When equipped with a chest, they will drop items from the chest when killed. Although llamas cannot jump if equipped with a chest, it is possible to enable them to jump by removing the saddle and right-clicking on a fence post with the said saddle in your hand, which makes llamas go through an animation where they try to jump over the fence post only to land back on ground level.
Llamas can be bred with any kind of wheat and they will eat grass blocks found in the Overworld. Bred llamas will produce offspring that is also a Llama. The speed and weight of an offspring depend on how many times the parent was bred. Once the parent has been bred, it will stop producing offspring until it is killed or moved out of range. Every time a Llama is fed, the number of llamas in your inventory increases by one (up to a maximum of 20). If you breed two llamas and give one to a player then send both back to you, they’ll have 9 llamas in their inventory again.
Llamas can also be bred with a Carrot to produce a Mule, or with a Nether Star to produce a zombie llama.
If you give wheat to a Llama, it will eat the wheat and spit out the seeds as an item. The Llama will continue to do this until its hunger bar is empty. You may then pick up the seeds as an item. This process can be repeated indefinitely as many times as desired.
A player can ride a tamed Llama by right-clicking on one while sneaking or jumping on top of it (like how you jump on top of horses). The player can dismount by right-clicking, pressing the sneak key or jumping off.
Llamas cannot be used as mounts in the Xbox 360 Edition or Xbox One Edition of Minecraft, and cannot be bred. Instead, Mules (a special kind of Llama) can be bred using a Carrot on a Donkey to create pack animals.
Types of Llamas
Regular Llamas – These are the normal Llama that spawns naturally in Minecraft. They don’t have any special abilities. However, they can be bred into Mules.
They don’t have any special abilities.
Baby Llamas – These are small and cannot spawn naturally. They can only be spawned by breeding a regular Llama with a Carrot. It takes two Baby Llamas to make a Mule
These are small and cannot spawn naturally. They can only be spawned by breeding a regular with a Baby Llama. It takes two Baby Llamas to make a Mule Llama – These take longer to breed than other types of llamas, but they’re very powerful and meaner than regular llamas. A Llama will attack anybody who hurts their owner or attacker.
Mule – This is a special type of Llama that can carry the same amount of items as a horse. Mules are bred by breeding a Llama with a Carrot.
This is a special type of which can carry the same amount of items as a horse. Mules are bred by breeding with
Zombie Llamas – These are powered-up versions of regular Llamas that spawn in nether fortresses. They can be spawned by feeding Nether Stars to regular llamas.
They can be spawned by feeding regular llamas.
The Llama’s wool will change from brown to white when it is sheared using any type of tool or weapon without being provoked. Baby Llamas cannot be sheared, but their wool is already white when they’re born. If a Llama has no more room in its inventory, its wool will start to disappear starting with the innermost layer and then moving outward until there is no longer any wool left on the Llama.
Llamas can be bred with any type of wheat and they will consume the grass blocks found in the Overworld. Llamas will also eat hay bales, which can be crafted from 9 wheat.
The Llama set includes a Llama, a saddle for it, a chest, a black and white wool top, a white wool bottom, and leather armor that holds 3 pieces of string on the right side. The chest is equipped with an inventory that has 18 slots, but you can add more using commands. In Pocket Edition 0.9 – 0.11, the armor only has 5 slots for storage, but you can add more using commands.
Llamas are found in strongholds and evil jungles, which also contain undead llamas