- Sweeping Edge: With the introduction of the sweeping AOE activating on 200% without any targets, it makes it easier to hit small targets.
- Multishot: The 3 arrows makes it easier to hit multiple targets without presice aiming.
Current way of dealing with small mobs
- Bat: They drop nothing so it's worthles to kill them. If you really want to kill them, use the alternatives above.
- Small Passive Mobs(Chicken, Parrots, Baby Cows, etc,): They are slow and often stop moving, making them easy targets.
- Fleers(Cats, Ocelots, Rabbits): Their drops are usually not worth it apart from rabbit feet if you want to make speed potions. Otherwise, you could just use fish, carrots, or dandelions to lure and kill them. With these bait items in your offhand, which Bedrock should allow, Hunting these mobs are actually very easy.
- Baby Bees: Normally, they are just as easy as other passsive mobs, having a slow movement speeed with the added vulnerability when gettig nectar, but they're actually easy to kill when provoked, not only because of their straight path to the player, but also their need to flip upside down when attacking.
- Wolves: Similar to bees, but without the nectar gathering and flipping, they can be slightly harder to hit, but again, sweeping and multishot can cover the danger.
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