Minecraft 1.19 was a truly wild update, both literally and figuratively. There’s a long list of new biomes in Minecraft 1.19, and there are also a lot of new mobs that you will encounter. In this article, we are covering all the mobs in the 1.19 update (both Bedrock and Java editions). So, here are all the new mobs in Minecraft 1.19 The Wild update.
Starting with the most anticipated mob, we have the Warden. This boss mob was teased for the Minecraft 1.18 Caves & Cliffs update, but it couldn’t reach the game in time. With a whole ancient city structure to itself, the Warden only spawns underground in the deep dark caves biome. It’s also the first blind mob in the game. Since it can’t see you, the Warden relies on sound and vibrations you make to find and hunt you.
As experienced in test versions of Minecraft, Warden can kill a player with just 2 hits even if they have a full netherite armor on. Even though most players are waiting for it, many won’t be delighted to encounter it in the game. And to make matters worse, Warden’s presence gives a darkness-based effect that limits our visibility.
Not to forget, the Warden also has a sonic boom attack. It goes through blocks and can even push you off towers. And if that doesn’t feel powerful enough, the sonic boom does the same damage as the combat attacks of the Warden. If you still feel confident enough to fight it, you can get Warden and deep dark in Minecraft right now via our linked guide. Success isn’t guaranteed, but you can learn how to defeat the Warden in Minecraft 1.19 to stay a step ahead of the crowd.
As a part of the newly revamped swamps, frogs are a passive mob coming to Minecraft 1.19 in three variants. Depending upon their spawn location, the frog can have three variants – default, cold, or tropical. Just like real life, Minecraft frogs can jump really high, swim faster, and prey on smaller mobs.
You can find frogs sitting on the edges of lands as well as on lily pads and drip leaves within swamps and mangrove swamps. In terms of food, their meals are small magma cubes and small slime cubes. And if a frog eats a magma cube, it drops froglight, which is a colorful block that emits light. Meanwhile, slime cubes are the food that a player can use to make frogs mate.
Our next new mob in Minecraft 1.19 Wild Update is the baby version of frogs – tadpoles. They spawn from eggs that frogs release on top of the water surface. Usually found in groups, tadpoles are now the second smallest mob in Minecraft. You can even capture them in water buckets to move them. But unlike frogs, tadpoles can’t survive outside the water for long. They also have a very tiny health bar and can die in a single hit.
As you can guess, fireflies are the smallest mob in Minecraft 1.19. Contrary to earlier speculations, they don’t interact with the frogs. So, their presence seems more based on aesthetic purposes. You can find glowing fireflies only in the swamp biome, and that too, mostly at night time. Compared to other new mobs in Minecraft 1.19, fireflies aren’t the most popular addition. Nevertheless, their presence is going to make the in-game nights more lively.
Allay – User Choice New Mob in Minecraft 1.19
Finally, the last confirmed new mob for Minecraft 1.19 is the Allay. This cute creature is the result of user choice mob votes held in 2021. Players chose it over the baby golem, which players like myself still miss. Though, unlike most mobs in the game, the Allay’s function is mostly player-based. It picks up dropped items and collects copies of that item from the loaded chunks of your world.
At most, it can carry a full stack of items, which are usually 64 items. However, Allay isn’t allowed to steal items from players’ chests. Allay, at its movements might suggest, loves music. So, it drops its collected items only next to a note block or a player. We have a dedicated guide to help you understand everything you need to know about Allay in Minecraft. Also, if you wish to find the Allay ahead of its official release, we have a tutorial on how to get Allay in Minecraft beta.