Minecraft is a world in itself; it is all-encompassing, and you will find pretty much everything there that you can find in the real world. One such creature is Pandas. You can find as well as breed them in Minecraft. In this post, we will see how to breed Pandas in Minecraft and their different variants.
What are the different types of Pandas in Minecraft?
Before we breed pandas in Minecraft, let us look at its various types. Do keep in mind that since Minecraft tries to mimic the real world, one can not breed a specific type of Pandas as they are different from one another based on their personality, which is random in the game as well as in the real world. That being said, you can nurture the Panda based on its type. Following are the different types of Pandas found in the real world.
- Normal Panda: These are the most common types of panda that lack any particular feature or action and can be nurtured normally. They look just like any regular panda would look, black and white.
- Lazy Panda: These are the most laid-back of the bunch, which is basically how one would imagine a panda. They are slow, lazy, and sluggish. Sometimes, they can be difficult to deal with especially when making them follow your command.
- Worried Panda: They have both their eyes wide open and their mouth will show their inner mechanism slightly as well. They are just like how would imagine a worried or underconfident person to be. They tend to shake and hide their faces when it’s raining and thundering heavily. You need to make sure that they sleep nonchalantly otherwise their issue will exacerbated. Not just that, you need to assist them while eating as they refrain from eating bamboo or cakes on their own.
- Playful Panda: Cute, funny, cozy, and goofy can be used as synonyms for Playful Pandas. Since they are so lively, make sure they don’t roll off a cliff or hurt themselves when doing something fun.
- Aggressive Panda: As the name suggests, these creatures are tough and are generally in an assertive mood. When you attack a panda, they will retaliate but once, however, if they aggressive pandas, they will not stop. They have pretty thick eyebrows, so, if you find one, do not do something you will regret, because even though they are slow their reach is the same as that of a player.
- Week Panda: These creatures are fragile, have teary eyes, running noses, half the health of other pandas, and sneeze way more than they should have.
- Brown Panda: They are the rarest pandas found in Minecraft. However, they are just like normal pandas, the only difference is that they are brown and white instead of black and white.
These were the different types of Pandas.
How to Breed Pandas in Minecraft
Now that we know that there are various types of Pandas in Minecraft. We will see how to breed Pandas in Minecraft. Following are the steps one needs to execute in order to do the same.
- Collect bamboo
- Find Pandas
- Breed Pandas
Let us talk about them in detail.
1] Collect bamboo
We will start the proceeding by collecting bamboo. To breed a Panda, we need two pieces of bamboo but collect a few more than that just to be safe. They will be used to feed the Panda. Bamboo blocks are found in forests, you can cut them using any tool but a sword does is the most efficient option. You can obtain bamboo by fishing in jungle biomes or searching chests in jungle temples and shipwrecks.
2] Find Pandas
If the light level is greater than 8 in a jungle, Pandas spawn on grass. They are mostly roam in groups, one will seldom find them alone in the jungle. If you are a little impatient, replace dirty-type blocks or podzols with grass as that is a better environment for pandas to respawn.
3] Breed Pandas
Now that we have bamboo and have found pandas, let us see how to breed them. Follow the steps mentioned below to do the same.
- Hold bamboo, go up to a Panda, and right-click on it.
- Now, do the same with a different panda.
- You will start noticing heart particles on top of their heads.
- Feed them bamboo, they will shake their heads, and after a few seconds, they will enter Love Mode. Do keep in mind that, they are still not ready to breed yet, to make sure they breed, go to the next step.
- Java Version: At least one block of bamboo must be around the panda when breeding, that is, it should be within a 5-block radius.
- Bedrock Version: At least eight blocks of bamboo around the panda, that is, it should be within a 5-block radius.
- Now, the pandas will start breeding and hopefully, you will be able to see a cub shortly.
Also Read: How to breed Turtles in Minecraft?
What food breeds Pandas in Minecraft?
In Minecraft, as well as in the real world, Pandas love bamboo. And if you want to breed them, you must give them bamboo in order to get them into Love Mode. To know the step-by-step process, check the guide mentioned earlier.
Why won’t my Pandas breed?
As mentioned earlier, you need to keep one block around the panda in Java Editon and eight blocks in Bedrock Edition when breeding. If not, your pandas won’t breed.