Getting started

Chickens! @fullscreen

Let’s get started with coding in Minecraft! Why not add some life to your world? Maybe a chicken… No, let’s have LOTS OF CHICKENS!!!

Chicken rain

Step 1: Chat Commands

Rename the ||player:on chat command|| name to chicken.

Click on “run” and change it to “chicken”.

player.onChat("chicken", function () {
})

Step 2

Place a ||mobs:spawn|| block to spawn a chicken at your position.

The blocks under ||player:on chat command|| will run when you type chicken in the Minecraft chat. ~0 ~0 ~0 is the relative 3D position of the player.

player.onChat("chicken", function () {
    mobs.spawn(mobs.animal(AnimalMob.Chicken), positions.create(0, 0, 0))
})

Step 3

Change the spawn position to 10 blocks above your head.

The second number in ~0 ~10 ~0 means 10 blocks up of the player altitude. The ~ symbol means that the number is relative to the player.

player.onChat("chicken", function () {
    mobs.spawn(mobs.animal(AnimalMob.Chicken), positions.create(0, 10, 0))
})

Step 4

Go to Minecraft, press t to open the chat and enter chicken. You should see a flying chicken!

Step 5

The chicken is lonely. Place a ||loops:repeat|| block around ||mobs:spawn|| to create 100 chickens!

player.onChat("chicken", function () {
    for (let i = 0; i < 100; i++) {
        mobs.spawn(mobs.animal(AnimalMob.Chicken), positions.create(0, 10, 0))
    }
})

Step 6

Well Done! You’ve completed your first Mod!