Jan 28, 2017
  • Empire Minecraft has a unique feature that allows you to turn animals and villagers into spawn eggs. These eggs can be held in your inventory, placed in chests, and sold in shops. The eggs can also be turned back into the corresponding creature whenever you want.

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    Eggifying is free in the Town worlds. There is a 100-rupee-per-use fee for other worlds (a hunting fee).

    Turning a creature into an egg(top)

    To turn a mob into a spawn egg, all you have to do is RIGHT-click the target with a stick. It will disappear, and an egg will appear in your inventory. If you are outside of the Town, you will be charged 100 Rupees. Note that you must have an open inventory slot, and also have enough Rupees for the eggification to succeed.

    Also, note that you can only eggify peaceful mobs, and it is no longer possible to eggify bats. However, bat eggs are sold in the Empire Shop.

    If you wish to reduce the 100-rupee hunting fee, you can use the Magical Eggcellent Wand to reduce the price in half to 50 Rupees.

    Spawning a creature using an egg(top)

    Hold the egg in your hand, right-click the ground, and that is all there is to it! Make sure you are looking at a block when you spawn the animal, otherwise, it will not work!

    Eggification restrictions(top)

    When horses are eggified, they keep their stats (such as speed, health, and jump). They do not keep any items they have equipped, such as saddles and armor. Horses will also have to be re-tamed upon spawning them. To preserve ownership and growth in horses, use the Stables feature instead.

    All animals become babies when eggified. Upon eggification, tamed animals become untamed, and sheep lose their dyed wool color.

    EMC has many features to take advantage of that revolve around certain aspects of multiplayer Minecraft.

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