With this tutorial you'll learn all about spiders with screenshots and step-by-step instructions.Let's learn about spiders.
Spiders are available in the following Minecraft versions:
Java Edition (PC/Mac)
Pocket Edition (PE)
Windows 10 Edition
NOTE: The Pocket Edition (PE), Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, and Windows 10 Edition are now called Bedrock Edition.In the future, we will display them individually in the version history.
Here's how a spider looks in Minecraft:
|16 health points x 8|
|In the Overworld in light levels of 7 or less|
|Jumps towards you and tries to hit you|
| 0-2 String|
0-1 Spider Eye
|5 experience points|
Hostility Level (Neutral)
Mobs of the neutral type are spiders.As its name suggests, mobs refer to all living, moving creatures in a game such as chickens, creepers, and spiders.In Survival mode, a spider will only attack you if you attack it first.They never attack you during the night in Survival mode.The spider would never attack you in Creative mode.
There are 8 hearts in a spider's health in Minecraft.One heart equals two health points, so a spider will have 16 health points.The spider must suffer 16 points of damage in order to die.
Where to Find Spiders
Most Overworld biomes in Minecraft have spiders in light levels of 7 or less.In general, spiders are more prevalent at night.When a spider spawns in the dark, it can survive in the daylight.
In case you are having trouble finding a spider, you can trigger one by using a cheat or by using a spawn egg.
Spiders carry no weapons.
When you are attacked by a spider in Minecraft, it will jump towards you and attack you.
Spiders drop string and spider eyes when killed in Minecraft.Usually, spiders will drop string, but sometimes they also drop an eye.
You should pick up dropped items before they disappear.The items are useful and should be stored in your inventory for a future use.
During the game, you will gain experience.Killing mobs is the most common way to gain experience.You will see tiny green and yellow balls move towards you when a mob is killed.
As you can see, these orbs represent experience points.If you kill a spider, you'll gain 5 experience points.
Spawn Egg for Spider
Spawning a spider is as simple as using these spawn eggs:
A spider's game commands in Minecraft are:
NBT Tags for Spider (Java Edition)
NBT tags (formerly called data tags) you can use in Java Edition game commands for a spider are:
Spawn Events for Spider (Bedrock/Education)
The following are the spider spawn events that you can use in game in Bedrock Edition and Education Edition:
The following mobs can also be found in Minecraft: