Mods / Neutral Animals

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Author: MarcAFK
Side: Both
Created: Mar 10th 2023 at 3:17 PM
Last modified: Mar 10th 2023 at 3:17 PM
Downloads: 434
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Latest file for v1.17.11:
neutralanimals.zip 1-click install


This small patch alters the behaviour of hostile animals to only attack the player when injured, affected creatures are Wolves, Bears, hyenas, and the male bighorn sheep. Animals will still attack other animals. please note an animal injured by being attacked by another animal, or injured in some other way can still aggro at the player. Be careful of bees or animals injured from stepping off a height.
Hyenas still have their follow player behaviour, which i left in because they're mischevious. Other animals which followed the player will only do this now when hostile.
I might slightly tweak this in a future update, perhaps these animals should keep the behaviour that bighorn rams have by default which was to attack the player when nearby, but not actively seek them out. Give feedback below if you think this is a good idea.

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4 Comments (oldest first | newest first)

💬 Errolette, Jan 23rd at 7:11 AM

Hi, will you be making an update for this after 1.19 so the pigs aren't aggressive with piglets around? great mod, I got this because of the bears and got used to comfortably travel the world. now a  sound of a piglet gets me in disarray. :D

💬 Kishmond, May 19th 2023 at 2:28 PM

This appears to still work in 1.18.5.

💬 Camelith, Apr 25th 2023 at 6:24 PM

Short of being able to give wolf packs and hyenas territory around their spawn area that they would protect from any intruders, proximity based aggression towards the player definietly sounds like a good alternative.

💬 Ikirou, Mar 15th 2023 at 2:18 PM

I like your Idea with the Bighorn Rams behaviour with would it then make this Mod interesting for Me.

Great Mod anyway! 

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