Phoenixes should be added in game. It would be a great mini boss mob to be seen and plus, I would just love to see a giant fire bird flying around our Minecraft worlds. Who wouldn’t?
Defense: 2 bars
Attack: See the list of abilities below
Spawn: Rarely in The Nether
Drops: 3-7 Phoenix Feathers and itself?
Uses for Phoenix Feathers: Recipe for Phoenix Bow and Phoenix Arrows
Fire Blast: The Phoenix will open its mouth and will unleash a ray of fire for 7 seconds. The attack will do half a heart of damage every half a second.
Heat Wave: The Phoenix will flap its giant wings at the opponent unleashing a wave a fire. This attack will do 4 hearts of damage.
Claws: The flying creature will use its claws at the opponent if they’re close enough dealing 3 hearts of damage.
Reincarnation: When the mob dies it will form back into its egg.
Water: The mob is weak to water and will find shelter if it’s raining.
Recipe: 3 Blaze Rods, 2 Phoenix Feathers, 3 String
Info: Does the same amount of damage as a regular bow but when firing an arrow from it, it will turn into a small Phoenix flying like projectile(the projectile does not actually fly). However it’s best considered to use Phoenix Arrows for this weapon rather than a regular arrow.
Recipe: 1 Blaze Rod, Phoenix Feather, 1 Flint
Info: When you use a Phoenix Arrow with the Phoenix Bow, the Phoenix projectile will be bigger. This improved projectile will spread its wings out farther and can cover 5 blocks horizontally depending on where the player is facing dealing fire damage.
Info: Upon death the Phoenix will unleash a great burst of flames and will transform into a Phoenix Egg. The player can also then take the egg by right clicking it with an open hand. When placed on a Magma Block the stages of the Phoenix being reborn will begin. This will allow the player to get their own tameable and rideable Phoenix in game.
The growth for an adult Phoenix will take a very long time. It will take days for it to grow into an adult and master its abilities once again. The little bird has 5 stages until it’s fully grown:
Stage 1: The egg starts to have a little crack.
Stage 2: There’s even more cracks in the egg.
Stage 3: The creature is born and can sit on the players shoulder. If the creature is damaged give it Blaze Powder to speed up the healing process. This will work with the other stages as well.
Stage 4: The creature can no longer sit on the players shoulder and it starts to use weaker versions of its attacks.
Stage 5: The creature is now an adult.
Your Tameable Phoenix Sir: Now that the player raised the Phoenix into an adult it now has mastered its abilities once again and they’re stronger than before.
Riding the Beast(new): The owner can now ride on the Phoenix's back.
Flying Speeds(new): The tamed mob can now fly almost as fast as a player using an Elytra at maximum speeds. This only happens when the owner is riding it though.
Fire Blast: Will now unleash its fiery blaze for 10 seconds.
Heat Wave: Now does 4 hearts of damage.
Claws: Now does 3 and a half hearts of damage.
Reincarnation: When the mob dies(in any stage) it will form back into its egg just waiting to be picked up by the player again to start the life cycle from the beginning.
Water: The mob is still weak to water and will find shelter if it’s raining. The mob can also not be flown when it’s raining.
Hunger: When flying on the Phoenix for a long time it uses energy from the mob. The more energy that is used, the slower the Phoenix gets. This is indicating that the mob needs food in order for it to continue its flying journey. The player can also see a food bar for the Phoenix when mounted onto it so they can tell when it needs food or not. Luckily the food for the Phoenix isn’t that hard. All it needs is some Blaze Powder to get it back in action.
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