Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Vince's Uncle Roberto Explains How To Breed Horses In Minecraft

When you finally get a horse in Minecraft and bring it back to your base, you might be content for a while. However, what if your friend needs one or if yours is hurt? Or maybe you want a horse with better stats. You need to start a horse ranch and breed some more horses. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to do it:

1) Get 2 adult horses or donkeys that have not bred in the last 5 minutes. Pick them based on traits you want the offspring to have. The stats of the two parents will be averaged along with random stats of one imaginary horse. A horse and donkey can breed, resulting in a mule. However the mule will be sterile and unable to breed itself.

2) Get 2 of either: golden apple or golden carrot. Golden apples cost about 900% more gold (72 nuggets compared to 8 nuggets) than golden carrots, so golden carrots are recommended. Which one you use will not affect the offspring. Golden apples or carrots can be crafted by surrounding a carrot with gold nuggets, or an apple with gold ingots, in a workbench.

3) Feed a golden apple or carrot to both horses.

4) Wait for about a minute. Leave them alone.

5) Enjoy your new foal. It will take approximately twenty minutes for the foal to reach adulthood (if the chunk is loaded), but this can be sped up. To make the foal grow faster, feed it hay bales, wheat, sugar, apples, golden apples, and golden carrots. To make the foal instantly grow up, feed it five golden apples (20 golden ingots), or seven hay bales (63 wheat), or 60 wheat, or 64 sugar, or 24 golden carrots (21 and 1/3 golden ingots), or 20 apples. There is an intermediate stage between the foal and the adult, which looks like an adult, but you can't ride the horse yet.

And speaking of bales, I once drove the actor Christian Bale to a charity event in Jersey City. Nice guy, but he hates questions about Batman. Good tipper, though.

Stay safe, kids!

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