ซอมบี้ (อังกฤษ: Zombie) เป็นม็อบที่ไม่เป็นมิตรทั่วไปที่มีลักษณะคล้ายกับมนุษย์ ซึ่งมีหลายชนิดที่แตกต่างกันไป
- 1 การเกิด
- 2 ชนิดทั่วไป
- 3 ชนิดอื่น ๆ
- 4 การดรอป
- 5 พฤติกรรม
- 6 ค่าข้อมูล
- 7 Achievement
- 8 Advancement
- 9 Video
- 10 ประวัติ
- 11 ปัญหา
- 12 แกลลอรี
- 13 โน้ต
- 14 อ้างอิง
การเกิด[แก้ไข | แก้ไขต้นฉบับ]
ตามธรรมชาติ[แก้ไข | แก้ไขต้นฉบับ]
In the Overworld, zombies spawn in groups of 4 at a light level of 7 or less. In desert biomes, all zombies exposed to the sky will have an 80% chance to be replaced by husks, a zombie variant. Zombies that are not husks have a 5% chance to spawn as a zombie villager while all zombie variants also have a 5% chance to spawn as a baby zombie type. Baby zombies have an additional 5% chance of spawning as a chicken jockey.
Siege[แก้ไข | แก้ไขต้นฉบับ]
If a player is in a village with at least 10 doors and 20 villagers at midnight, up to 20 zombies may be spawned near the edge of the village regardless of light level or transparent blocks. It can happen in any biome, even if it is Mushroom Island. Zombies spawned as a part of a siege will always be normal zombies; zombie villagers or husks will never spawn as a part of a siege.
Monster spawner[แก้ไข | แก้ไขต้นฉบับ]
ชนิดทั่วไป[แก้ไข | แก้ไขต้นฉบับ]
ซอมบี้ชาวบ้าน[แก้ไข | แก้ไขต้นฉบับ]
- ดูเพิ่มเติมที่: Villager
|“||Zombie Infection! The disease is spreading! "Uuuuhh, ooohhh"...||„|
|— The Pretty Scary Update promo poster|
Zombie villagers are a villager-like variant of zombies. They behave as ordinary zombies, but their character model's head and face is reminiscent of that of a villager, shaded with a darker green hue. Zombie villagers retain their professions and clothes, which have a tattered appearance.
การเกิด[แก้ไข | แก้ไขต้นฉบับ]
Zombie villagers can also result from zombies killing villagers. If any type of zombie kills a villager, there is a chance that the villager will transform into a zombie villager.
|Hard and Hardcore||100%|
การรักษา[แก้ไข | แก้ไขต้นฉบับ]
A loud sizzling sound will be heard if successful, and the zombie villager will begin to shudder. The curing process will take 2–5 minutes, during which time the zombie villager behaves as normal. Cured villagers do not retain any trades they had before they became infected.
If the zombie villager is wearing any armor or wielding tools or weapons, those items disappear when the villager is cured, and not dropped on the ground.
During the curing process, it is often a good idea to keep the zombie villager away from any other zombies, because the other zombies will attack it after it is cured.
Conversion can be sped up by around 4% by surrounding the zombie villager with iron bars and/or bed blocks within a 9×9×9 cube centered on the zombie villager.
A zombie villager cannot be cured by switching from Easy, Normal or Hard difficulty to Peaceful; they will simply despawn like all other monsters.
เกร็ดความรู้[แก้ไข | แก้ไขต้นฉบับ]
- If a zombie villager is being cured, it will have the strength status effect in normal difficulty (Strength II on hard/hardcore).
Husk[แก้ไข | แก้ไขต้นฉบับ]
|“||I remember the first time I had the pleasure of meeting a Husk. I had gotten myself trapped in a sandpit of my own creation (as you do). Then, looking up, I saw a silhouette towering over me, lit up against the burning desert sun. “At last, my savior!” I cried, doing a little jig for joy. But then I heard that awful zombie screech, and I was thumped over the head.||„|
|— Emily Richardson|
80% of zombies spawned directly under the sky in desert, desert hills, and desert M biomes will be husks. Like normal zombies, there is a 5% chance for baby husks to be spawned, and an additional 5% chance to spawn as a chicken jockey.
They behave similar to regular zombies, with the following differences:
- They do not burn in sunlight.
- They will apply
Hunger to any player or mob it hits while attacking bare-handed. This effect lasts for 7 × floor (regional difficulty) seconds.
- They do not have a villager counterpart.
- They are visually 2 pixels taller than Zombies but have the same hitbox.
- Their voices are more raspy than their normal counterparts.
- They avoid water.
- Dispensing armor on them doesn't work.
- Husk spawn eggs can be found in the creative inventory, and this egg spawns only husks.
Drowned[แก้ไข | แก้ไขต้นฉบับ]
ชนิดอื่น ๆ[แก้ไข | แก้ไขต้นฉบับ]
ซอมบี้เด็ก[แก้ไข | แก้ไขต้นฉบับ]
Baby zombies make up 5% of zombie spawns. They behave similar to regular zombies, with the following oddities:
- They do not burn in sunlight in versions before snapshot 18w10d and build 1 from 1.2.20 (Bedrock Edition).
- They are 30% faster than the normal zombies, yet they have the same HP as normal zombies. This makes the baby zombies more dangerous than their bigger counterparts.
- The noises they make are higher-pitched than normal zombie sound effects.
- They can sometimes ride chickens. They can also ride adult cows, sheeps, chickens, pigs, polar bears, wolves and ocelots, as well as other adult zombies and spiders / cave spiders in the Bedrock Edition. It will uses the baby zombie speed instead of the mob speed.
- Baby zombie villagers will turn into baby villagers if cured.
- Worn armor shrinks to fit their body size.
- They are able to fit through 1×1 block gaps.
- They give 12 Experience points when killed by the player instead of 5.
- Unlike all other baby mobs in the game, they will stay as babies indefinitely, and never grow into "adult" zombies.
Baby zombie villagers are spawned when a zombie kills a baby villager, the chance of infection being the same as adult zombie villagers. Baby zombie villagers also spawn naturally, but the combined chance (5% villagers × 5% babies) is very low at 0.25% (or 1 in 400 chance) of all newly spawned zombies. Baby husks can also spawn in warm biomes, as well as husk chicken jockeys.
ซอมบี้ติดอาวุธ[แก้ไข | แก้ไขต้นฉบับ]
Along with skeletons, some zombies are capable of picking up dropped items. These zombies will automatically hold any item they come across (except that jack o'lanterns[เฉพาะรุ่น Java], mob heads, and pumpkins will be worn on their heads), but if those items happen to be armor, weapons, or tools, the zombie will use them. If they encounter another similar item, they will pick it up and drop their previous item:
- if the new item is armor or a sword and the old item was not (for example, zombies prefer swords to pickaxes, and helmets to pumpkins),
- if both items are armor/swords and the new item is better damage-wise (reduces more damage for armor, or inflicts more damage for swords),
- if both items are armor/swords with the same damage reduction/infliction, the new item has NBT tags while the old does not or the new item is more damaged than the old item, or
- if both items are bows and the new item has NBT tags while the old does not.
Items dropped by mobs in exchange for another cannot be picked up by players or mobs for 10 game ticks (0.5 seconds, barring lag), but can be picked up by hoppers.
Armor worn by zombies is not damaged from most damage sources, which means it cannot "wear out" the way player armor does. Helmets (not blocks like pumpkins) on zombies can wear away and break if the zombie is exposed to daylight or has an anvil or other falling block dropped on its head. Zombies also have a natural armor rating of 2 (), which gives 1.6 - 4% damage reduction from most sources.
Some zombies which can pick up items spawn already in possession of such items, and those items may also be enchanted. The chances of that event are listed below. Zombie villagers can also spawn naturally with armor, weapons or tools. If a zombie spawns wearing multiple pieces of armor, the armor will never be mismatched (i.e. all pieces will be made of the same material).
|Can Pick Up Loot||0%||0%-55%[note 1]||6.875%-55%[note 1]|
|Armor||0%||0%-15%[note 1]||1.875%-15%[note 1]|
|Armor Enchantment[note 2]||0%||0-50%[note 1]||6.25%-50%[note 1]|
|Weapon Enchantment[note 2]||0%||0%-25%[note 1]||3.125%-25%[note 1]|
If a zombie does spawn with armor, the chances of specific armor are as follows:
|Armor||Easy & Normal||Hard|
|Helmet & Chestplate||75%||90%|
|Helmet & Chestplate & Leggings||56.25%||81%|
The chances of it being of a particular material are:
Any zombie that spawns with equipment (picked-up items don't count) will give 1–3 extra experience points per item.
การดรอป[แก้ไข | แก้ไขต้นฉบับ]
When killed, zombies drop:
- Iron ingots, carrots and potatoes (0.8% chance each, 1.2% chance with Looting I, 1.5% chance with Looting II and 1.8% chance with Looting III).
Zombie Head if it is killed by a charged creeper.
- Any picked-up equipment has 100% chance of dropping and will drop with the same damage level it had when picked up.
อุปกรณ์ที่ติดตัวซอมบี้ตอนเกิด[แก้ไข | แก้ไขต้นฉบับ]
Pumpkin [note 1]
Jack o'Lantern[เฉพาะรุ่น Java][note 1]
- Zombies have an 8.5% chance of dropping their naturally-spawned equipment, and will drop it with a random durability. Each level of Looting will increase the chance 1 percentage point (11.5 % with Looting III).
ค่าประสบการณ์[แก้ไข | แก้ไขต้นฉบับ]
Adult zombies will drop 5 experience and an additional 1–3 experience per naturally-spawned equipment. Baby zombies will drop 12 experience.
ฮาโลวีน[แก้ไข | แก้ไขต้นฉบับ]
If a zombie wearing a pumpkin or jack o'lantern[เฉพาะรุ่น Java] is killed using a weapon enchanted with Looting, there will be a chance equivalent to the level of Looting used to drop the pumpkin or jack o'lantern, up to a maximum of a 3% chance of a drop.
พฤติกรรม[แก้ไข | แก้ไขต้นฉบับ]
การโจมตีผู้เล่น[แก้ไข | แก้ไขต้นฉบับ]
Zombies spawn in groups of 4 and will pursue the player on sight from 40 blocks away, as opposed to 16 blocks in other hostile mobs. The detection range of zombies is reduced to half of their normal range (20 blocks) when the player is wearing a zombie mob head.[เฉพาะรุ่น Java] Zombies will periodically make groaning sounds, which can be heard up to 16 blocks away. Zombies will attempt to avoid obstacles, including sheer cliffs and lava, and will try to find the shortest path towards the player. Unlike skeletons, zombies do not try to avoid being hit, and continue to pursue the player even when being attacked. Zombies can sometimes deal damage through a closed door, as shown in the picture to the right. Like most mobs, zombies will always float on water, even if their target is below them.
การถูกแสงแดดเผา[แก้ไข | แก้ไขต้นฉบับ]
At dawn, generally when the sun is 15 degrees or more above the ground (that is, when the moon can no longer be seen), most zombies will catch fire and burn once exposed to direct sunlight. They won't burn if they're:
- in a sufficiently shaded area: a sunlight level of 11 or less;
- in water;
- caught in cobwebs (until 1.13);
- standing in soul sand;
- affected by Fire Resistance;
- wearing head armor (but the armor will take damage); or
- either baby zombies or husks.
Zombies may make some attempt to seek out shade during the day, or enter bodies of water to protect themselves from burning up, but will exit protective areas to chase a nearby player or villager.
If they attack an entity while burning, they may set it on fire, with a (30 × regional difficulty)% chance, and with a 2 × floor (regional difficulty) second duration. If wearing armor enchanted with Thorns while burning they may set players attacking them on fire with thorns damage alone.
การเก็บไอเทม[แก้ไข | แก้ไขต้นฉบับ]
A zombie holding an item it picked up will not despawn when left alone.
การโจมตีชาวบ้าน[แก้ไข | แก้ไขต้นฉบับ]
Zombies will attack villagers within 42 blocks, and they can always see villagers through walls. Once a zombie has focused on a villager, the zombie will ignore any other villagers and the player, until its target is dead or the zombie is attacked.
การพังประตู[แก้ไข | แก้ไขต้นฉบับ]
Up to 14.5% of zombies (depending on regional difficulty) in pursuit of a target can bang on closed wooden doors, and on Hard (and Hardcore) difficulty can succeed in breaking them down. Otherwise, the door will crack, but not break. Iron doors are always safe.
การโจมตีโกเลมเหล็ก[แก้ไข | แก้ไขต้นฉบับ]
Zombies will attack iron golems within 42 blocks.
Reinforcements[แก้ไข | แก้ไขต้นฉบับ]
On all difficulty levels, damaged zombies will also call all other zombies within a 67×67×21 to 111×111×21 area[n 1] centered on the attacked zombie to target the attacking player, like zombie pigmen.
On Hard difficulty, zombies can spawn additional zombies to “help” when damaged. Each zombie has a "likeliness to call reinforcements" statistic which ranges from 0–10%, and "leader" zombies (0–5% depending on regional difficulty) get a bonus of 50–75 percentage points to the stat. When the zombie is damaged by an entity or is damaged while targeting an entity, up to 50 attempts will be made to randomly choose a spawn location (0 or ±7–40 blocks away in all three axes) that is above a block with a solid top surface, has light level 9 or lower, has no players within 7 blocks, and has no colliding entities or blocks at which to spawn the reinforcement. Both the damaged zombie and the new zombie will have a 5 percentage point penalty to their "likeliness to call reinforcement" stat, making it less likely that an infinite number of zombies will spawn.
These effects can be negated by killing the zombie in as few hits as possible, by using environmental damage such as cactus or lava, or by avoiding them completely.
การโจมตีเต่า[แก้ไข | แก้ไขต้นฉบับ]
การกลายเป็น Drowned[upcoming 1.13][แก้ไข | แก้ไขต้นฉบับ]
If a zombie is in water, and not in a boat, for 30 seconds it will begin converting into a drowned. The zombie will start to shake, similar to a zombie villager being cured, and after 15 seconds the zombie will be converted to a drowned. Once this process starts, it cannot be stopped.
If the zombie is holding or wearing any items, then these items will be dropped to the ground upon being converted.
Only normal zombies can become drowned, zombie villagers and husks cannot be converted.
ค่าข้อมูล[แก้ไข | แก้ไขต้นฉบับ]
- ดูเพิ่มเติมที่: Chunk format
Zombies, zombie villagers and husks have entity data associated with them that contain various properties of the mob. Their entity IDs are
ซอมบี้[แก้ไข | แก้ไขต้นฉบับ]
ซอมบี้ชาวบ้าน[แก้ไข | แก้ไขต้นฉบับ]
Husk[แก้ไข | แก้ไขต้นฉบับ]
Achievement[แก้ไข | แก้ไขต้นฉบับ]
|ไอคอน||Achievement||คำอธิบายในเกม||ความต้องการที่แท้จริง (ถ้าแตกต่าง)||มีอยู่||Xbox points earned||Trophy type (PS)|
||Zombie Doctor||Cure a zombie villager.||Throw a splash potion of weakness at a zombie villager and give it a golden apple (by facing the zombie and pressing the use key with a golden apple in your hand)||Xbox One||Yes||Yes||Yes||40G||Gold|
Advancement[แก้ไข | แก้ไขต้นฉบับ]
|Zombie Doctor||Weaken and then cure a zombie villager (ทำให้อ่อนแอ และรักษาซอมบี้ชาวบ้าน)||We Need to Go Deeper||โยนยาอ่อนแอให้โดนซอมบี้ชาวบ้าน และให้มันกินแอปเปิ้ลทอง (โดยให้ผู้เล่นเผชิญหน้ากับซอมบี้ และกดปุ่มเมาส์ขวา ในขณะผู้เล่นกำลังถือแอปเปิ้ลอยู่)|
|Adventure||Adventure, exploration, and combat||—||Kill any entity, or be killed by any entity.|
|Monster Hunter||Kill any hostile monster||Adventure||Kill one of these 22 mobs. Other mobs are ignored for this advancement.|
|Monsters Hunted||Kill one of every hostile monster||Monster Hunter||Kill each of these 22 mobs. Other mobs may be killed, but are ignored for the advancement.|
Video[แก้ไข | แก้ไขต้นฉบับ]
ประวัติ[แก้ไข | แก้ไขต้นฉบับ]
|0.24_SURVIVAL_TEST||Zombies were the second mob to be added to Minecraft after humans. They could run as fast as the player. Zombies would occasionally appear wearing armor, but this had no protective effect on their health. When killed, zombies gave 80 points each to the player, but they did not drop their armor. They also had arm swinging animations when they attacked.|
|February 1, 2010||Zombies' armor was removed, as well as their arm swinging attack animations.|
|February 14, 2010||Zombies now catch on fire when exposed to sunlight.|
|February 18, 2010||Tweaked chances of catching on fire in sunlight.|
|Zombies now only burn when the sunlight level is greater than 7, and not due to torches at night.|
|February 19, 2010||Zombies dropped 0–2 feathers upon death. Before chickens were added in Minecraft, Notch confessed that he made zombies drop feathers because he had no idea what they should have dropped when killed.|
|1.8||Zombies now drop rotten flesh instead of feathers.|
|1.0.0||Beta 1.9-pre4||Zombies could now be harmed by splash potions of healing, and healed by splash potions of harming. They also became immune to poison and regeneration.|
|1.2.1||12w03a||The zombies' AI was improved, giving them a much better sense of direction when pursuing the player, allowing them to navigate obstacles, and even small mazes if constructed, to get to the player. They were also given the ability to 'see' through windows, the first mob able to do so intelligently (not counting spiders, who were able to see through all blocks at the time).|
|12w04a||The zombies' AI was improved again to cope with catching fire in sunlight. If a zombie is exposed to sunlight and bursts into flames, it will search for a body of water to douse the flames, or at least a shelter to hide from sun.|
|12w06a||Zombies now chase and attack villagers, attack doors (breaking them on Hard and Hardcore difficulties), and sometimes drop iron ingots, helmets, shovels and swords as a rare drop. Sometimes zombies attacked villagers in preference to the player, and always chose the shortest way to the target, even if there was a door in the way.|
|12w07a||The drop rate of rare drops was reduced.|
|1.4.2||12w32a||Zombie armor was added back into the game, and they could wear any type of armor. Zombies could now also hold an iron sword or iron shovel. They had a chance of dropping these items if they had them. Iron helmets, swords and shovels were removed as rare drops.|
|Zombies use their attack animation like they did in Classic 0.24. This only shows when a zombie is holding a weapon. When a zombie holds a weapon the damage it does is equal to the damage the player would do with the weapon added to the normal damage of the zombie.|
|Armor worn by zombies works the same as it does for the player, each piece gives a certain amount of armor points, where each 1 () gives 4% damage reduction, but total damage reduction is limited to 80%.|
|Zombie villagers could now also spawn, and villagers now become infected when killed by a zombie. 5% of zombies spawned are zombie villagers. Infecting a baby villager creates a baby zombie villager which is faster than a normal zombie and does not age. Zombie villagers under the effects of a potion of weakness can be cured by using a golden apple on them.|
|12w34a||Zombies have two new rare drops – carrots and potatoes.|
|12w34b||Zombies can pick up and equip dropped items. If killed, the zombie drops the item it is holding.|
|Zombies can survive sunlight if they are wearing a helmet or a pumpkin.|
|12w36a||The zombie and zombie pigmen models and texture layouts have changed (no visual change, but breaks texture packs).|
|12w38a||Zombies were given new sounds.|
|?||On Halloween, zombies can spawn wearing pumpkins or jack o'lanterns.|
|1.5||13w03a||Zombies are now able to set the player on fire if they are on fire and they attack the player.|
|Zombies can call other zombies from the nearby area (radius dependent on difficulty) to attack the player, making packs of zombies approach shortly after damaging the zombie.|
|Zombies cause more damage when their health is lower.|
|1.6.1||13w17a||When damaged, zombies have a low chance to spawn more zombies.|
|13w21a||Zombie damage increasing with decreasing health was removed.|
|13w23b||Zombie AI and mechanics changed – this made them much more horde-like.|
|Zombies are now able to detect the player up to 40 blocks.|
|1.6.2||1.6.2-pre||Baby zombies spawn among regular ones. They have the same percentage of spawning as zombie villagers.|
|1.7.2||13w36a||Baby zombies now drop loot and xp.|
|1.7.4||13w49a||Added chicken jockeys – A rare version of the baby zombie.|
|1.8||14w11a||Now run away from creepers that are about to explode.|
|14w30a||Drops head when killed by a charged creeper.|
|1.8.1||1.8.1-pre1||No longer run away from creepers that are about to explode.|
|1.9||15w32a||The detection range of zombies is halved when the player is wearing a zombie mob head.|
|15w33c||The detection range for players wearing the zombie mob head is adjusted, now 37.5% of the normal range.|
|15w34a||Zombies now have an attack animation similar to the one they had in Classic 0.24–0.30, even without weapons|
|15w35a||Zombie villagers retain their professions and clothes, which have a tattered appearance. Before this version, The Zombie villager's body shares the same texture as the regular zombie's body.|
|15w36a||The detection range for players wearing the zombie mob head is again 50% of the normal range.|
|15w43a||A zombie villager priest can be found caged in an igloo basement.|
|1.10||16w20a||Added husk variant, including baby form.|
|Added husk spawn egg.|
|"Generic" green-robed zombie villager removed due to the new |
|1.10-pre1||Chance of setting the target on fire when burning, and the duration of the effect, now depends on raw regional difficulty.|
|Husk hunger effect duration now depends on raw regional difficulty.|
|1.10-pre2||Removed husk spawn egg.|
|1.10||Added exclusive sounds for husks: their sounds are a more raspy version of regular zombie sounds. Before this, husks used to sound like regular zombies.|
|1.11||16w32a||Re-added the husk spawn egg, added a zombie villager spawn egg.|
|Entity ID |
|Removed the |
|Setting the |
|Zombie villagers' in-game name is now "Zombie Villager" instead of "Zombie".|
|Husks now avoid water.|
|16w32b||Re-added generic zombie villagers, along with its normal counterpart.|
|16w39a||Zombie villagers now have their own sounds.|
|1.13||18w07a||Zombies now intentionally stomp on turtle eggs and attack turtles.|
|18w10d||Babies now burn in the sun.|
|18w11a||Zombies now fall down underwater.|
|Zombies now become a drowned zombie instead of dying from drowning.|
|0.4.0||Zombies can drop feathers.|
|0.5.0||Zombies have new animations.|
|0.8.0||build 2||Zombies spawn more frequently and have rare drops of carrots and potatoes.|
|0.9.0||build 1||Zombie AI and mechanics changed – this made them much smarter.|
|0.9.4||Zombies now have 2 () armor points, preventing 8% of damage.|
|0.11.0||build 1||Added baby zombies and chicken jockeys.|
|Zombies now drop rotten flesh.|
|0.12.1||build 1||Added zombie villagers.|
|Zombie villagers retain their professions and clothes, which have a tattered appearance.|
|Zombies can now spawn wearing armor.|
|Zombies now have the ability to pick up items.|
|Zombies will now break down doors.|
|Zombies are now able to detect the player up to 40 blocks.|
|0.14.0||build 1||Baby zombies will have a 15% chance to want to be a jockey. If they want to be a jockey, upon nearing the player they will check for one of the following to mount prior attacking: adult chickens, adult ocelots, adult wolves, adult zombies, cows, pigs, sheep, or spiders.|
|0.15.0||build 1||Added husks.|
|Baby zombies can now ride husks.|
|Added husk spawn egg.|
|0.16.0||build 5||Husks now have their own sounds.|
|1.0.4||build 1||Husks are now little taller than zombies.|
|1.1||build 7||Zombie villagers now have their own sounds.|
|รุ่น Bedrock ที่กำลังจะมา|
|1.2.20||build 1||Babies now burn in daylight.|
|TU1||CU1||1.00||Patch 1||Added zombies.|
|TU5||Zombies now drop rotten flesh instead of feathers.|
|TU12||The zombies' AI was improved, giving them a much better sense of direction when pursuing the player, allowing them to navigate obstacles, and even small mazes if constructed, to get to the player. They were also given the ability to 'see' through windows. If a zombie is exposed to sunlight and bursts into flames, it will search for a body of water to douse the flames.|
|Zombies chased and attacked villagers, attacked doors (breaking them on Hard difficulty)Sometimes zombies attacked villagers in preference to the player, and always chose the shortest way to the target, even if there was a door in the way.|
|Zombies sometimes dropped iron ingots, helmets, shovels and swords as a rare drop.|
|TU14||1.04||Added zombie villagers.|
|Added Baby Zombie Villagers. However, they can only be obtained by having a zombie kill a baby villager, as a Zombie spawn egg will not spawn them due to baby zombies not being in game.|
|TU15||1.05||Changed zombies' rare loot drop to be carrots, potatoes or iron ingots.|
|TU19||CU7||1.12||Zombies can now pick up items and occasionally spawn with armor and/or weapons.|
|Added baby zombies.|
|Baby zombie villagers can now be spawned with a zombie spawn egg.|
|TU31||CU19||1.22||Patch 3||Baby zombies now drop xp.|
|Drops skull when killed by a charged creeper.|
|TU46||CU36||1.38||Patch 15||Added husks.|
|TU54||CU45||1.56||Patch 24||Zombie Villagers no longer spawn from Zombie Spawn Eggs or Spawners, they have their own spawn egg. This is the same for Husks .|
|TU60||CU51||1.64||Patch 30||Baby zombies will have a 15% chance to want to be a jockey. If they want to be a jockey, upon nearing the player they will check for one of the following to mount prior attacking: adult chickens, adult ocelots, adult wolves, adult zombies, cows, pigs, sheep, spiders or cave spiders.|
ปัญหา[แก้ไข | แก้ไขต้นฉบับ]
ปัญหาเกี่ยวกับ “Zombie” จะถูกซ่อมแซมให้ดีขึ้นได้ที่ ติดตามปัญหา โดยที่จะต้องรายงานปัญหาที่นี่
แกลลอรี[แก้ไข | แก้ไขต้นฉบับ]
Dying zombie mob in Bedrock Edition.
Dying zombie mob in Java Edition.
A zombie horde that spawned outside a village hammering at a door.
Three chicken jockeys near each other.
The zombie villager textures added in 15w35a.
A zombie spawned in a jungle temple
A husk wearing some gold armor.
A husk peering into a village building.
ชุดเกราะ[แก้ไข | แก้ไขต้นฉบับ]
เครื่องมือ[แก้ไข | แก้ไขต้นฉบับ]
หมวก[แก้ไข | แก้ไขต้นฉบับ]
A baby zombie wearing a jack o'lantern on its head on Halloween. This glitch no longer happens in the new versions.
ในสื่ออื่น ๆ[แก้ไข | แก้ไขต้นฉบับ]
Zombie micromob (middle) on official LEGO Minecraft.
Zombie minifigure on official LEGO Minecraft.
Punched zombie from minecraft.net insider "How to Minecraft".
Official 8.5-inch Baby Zombie Plushie made by JINX.
โน้ต[แก้ไข | แก้ไขต้นฉบับ]
- The inradius is based on the
followRangestat: base value is 35, ±5% random spawn bonus, then plus 0–50% random zombie-spawn bonus
อ้างอิง[แก้ไข | แก้ไขต้นฉบับ]