Mobs are an important part of a Minecraft game - they populate the environment, making the game world feel more alive. Amongst them, there are mobs that players can 'construct' or 'create', without the help of a console command. In this article, we are going to list out the top 4 Minecraft mobs that players can construct.

1 - Iron Golem

An iron golem is a large strong neutral utility mob that defends players and villagers. While you can build it, the Iron Golem also spawn normally as part of a village's defense. They are melee mobs with high HP and damage.

To create an Iron Golem, just place 4 iron blocks in a T shape for the golem's body. Afterward, place a jack o'lantern, carved pumpkin, on top of the center upper block to serve as its head. The head piece must be placed last. A villager can also summon an Iron Golem when they are panicking. Upon arrival, Iron Golems wander around a village in a patrol-like fashion.

Iron Golem
Iron Golem is one of the most useful mobs that players can construct.

2 - Snow Golem

A snow golem is a snowman-like utility mob that helps defend against hostile and neutral mobs. Its construction is fairly similar to iron golems. You only need to place 2 blocks of snow on top of each other then put a head piece on top. The headpiece must be either a jack o'lantern or a carved pumpkin.

Snow golems attack hostile mobs with snowballs, which knockback but do not deal any damage unless the targets are wolves.

Snow Golem
Snow Golem in Minecraft

3 - The Wither

The Wither is Minecraft's hardest-to-defeat boss that floats and shoots explosive skulls at mobs and players. It does not spawn naturally and can only be constructed by players. It is the only source of nether stars, which are used to craft beacons.

Wither Minecraft
The Wither is amongst the most dangerous mobs that players can construct.

To create a Wither, players need to place 4 blocks of soul sand and/or soul soil in a T shape, similar to the Iron Golems. However, instead of a pumpkin head, players need to place 3 wither skeleton skulls on top of the 3 upper blocks. The heads need to be placed last.

4 - The Ender Dragon

Players can actually resummon the Ender Dragon, as its regeneration is tied to the End Crystals. To resurrect the Ender Dragon, place four End Crystals on the end exit portal, one on each of the flat sides.

The crystals will respawn the original end crystals on the obsidian pillars, as well as resurrect the dragon itself, before exploding. End Crystals spawn naturally, but you can craft them using Eye of Ender + Ghast Tear + 7 blocks of Glass.

If the end portal is broken for any reason, you can just place the end crystals on obsidian blocks with the same location as the exit portal.

End Crystals On The Exit Portal
How to arrange End Crystals on the Exit Portal

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