You can now play with allay mob of Minecraft

The latest Minecraft snapshot is here, and it’s a good one. Each snapshot shows off new features, monsters, building types, and whatever else the developers fancy. It’s a good way to test how the proposed updates interact with the game without disturbing people too much, and the 22w13a snapshot adds the adorable Minecraft mob allay.

The allay is a new creature that is a kind of adorable blue pixie. They are not only friendly, but also actively helpful. You can hand them items, which will earn you a new friend who will help you collect that item from the surrounding area. They’re an oddity, sure, but we think they’ll quickly become one of the internet’s favorite mobs.

You can see how much potential they have as partners by looking at how good they look while holding a book, but you can also see other uses by looking at how they act in the dark. We’re sure to see more examples of players using them and their unique features soon.

The humble Allay isn’t the only new addition in this Minecraft snapshot, however. 22w13a also sees the reintroduction of ancient cities. These are structures that can be found in the Deep Dark that you can explore to try and uncover their secrets. Along with the new Swift Sneaking enchantment that you can find in special chests, you’ll also find a new block called Reinforced Deepslate.

There are a few different bugfixes, including things like the location of locks on chests in chest boats, and a few things regarding frogs as well. There are also a handful of game event changes, with some being renamed to make them more “grammatically consistent”. If you enjoy getting into the nitty-gritty of these updates, you’ll be glad to know you can do so by reading the official post here.

This article also explains how you can install the snapshot if you want to have fun with Minecraft Allay yourself. Just keep in mind that this can corrupt your world, so be sure to practice safe backup protocol when doing so. You know, support this world.

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