Slime Breeder Data Pack

Slime Breeder Data Pack (1.16.5, 1.15.2) adds another way for you to gain exp, which is through the slimes and magma cubes. The data pack enables slimes to drink milk from milk buckets dropped by the player, which causes the slime to increase in size. With this, you can now raise slime and magma cube like a farm. And you can farm them in a similar fashion to passive mobs.

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How to Use:

  • Slime increases 1 size when drink milk from milk bucket.
  • Fed slimes become persistent, and the slimes that spawn from them are also persistent.
  • Magma Cubes can also be grown, but they prefer to drink Mushroom Stew.
  • You get to keep your buckets and bowls.
  • By default slimes can grow to a maximum size of 3 (the largest size they naturally spawn as)
  • There is a 5 minute cooldown period after feeding them, during which they cannot grow again
  • If you’d like to change that, find the configuration at data\slime_b\functions\config.mcfunction

Screenshots:

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How to Install:

Please visit the following link for full instructions: How To Download & Install Data Packs

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For Minecraft 1.14.1

Download to Server 1

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Download to Server 1

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