April 21, 2024
TYPES OF FROG, RANALUZ AND WHAT THEY ARE USED FOR

TYPES OF FROG, RANALUZ AND WHAT THEY ARE USED FOR

One of the additions that I liked the most in version 1.19 of Minecraft is the inclusion of Frogs because Frogs are an animal that I really like and the truth is that I think they have been implemented very well.

The most relevant of these, I consider, is the issue that there are 3 different types of frogs (which, as you can see in the photo, there is one green, one more orange-brown, and the other a kind of light gray) and what they can provide us. That to all this… Which of all is the one that you like the most? Leave it in a comment, I would say that my favorite is the brown/orange followed by the green and lastly the grey.

WHERE DO FROGS APPEAR?

The Frogs will spawn naturally in the Swamp and in the Mangrove (which is basically another different Swamp) and depending on which of these is their appearance, one type of Frog or another will appear. In any case, I am not going to dwell much more on this subject because I will clarify it better further down in the section on Types of Frogs.

FEEDING AND REPRODUCTION OF FROGS AND TADPOLES

To feed the Frogs you will have to give them Slime Balls , in fact if you carry them in your hand they will begin to follow you as it happens with many other animals when you show them their food.

In addition, as is often the case with other animals, if we give food to two specimens that are nearby, they will begin to reproduce (the typical little hearts and others will appear as a representation of the act). After this, one of the two frogs (the one that the game decides to be the mother) will look for water to lay its eggs and after a while the eggs will appear some pretty adorable and cool Tadpoles if I may say so.

But going back to their diet… these will even eat the green slimes they find around (they will stick out their tongues and such) and something that seems even more strange to me is that they will even eat the Magma Cubes (something that doesn’t sound very suitable for his stomach, but anyway, Mojang things), that as a result of this we will be able to obtain a new type of light block called Ranaluz that the truth is that it is quite cool (like all things that emit light).

HOW TO TAME A FROG AND A TADPOLE

It cannot be officially tamed as it would be with dogs and cats, but at least we can tie the Frogs with the reins to take them with us wherever we want. Then it would be a matter of creating a cool house for them (a pond or something, surely one day I will bring you an example post of this) but be careful because they jump a lot, so you will have to create something that acts as a wall and it must be enough tall.

Facing the Tadpoles you can catch them with a Bucket to take them with you and then pour them wherever you want (keep in mind that they die out of the water); oh, and know that depending on the temperature of the area where you leave a Tadpole, it will turn into one of the three types of Frog (after a short time), which we now delve into this.

TYPES OF FROGS AND THE FROGLIGHT IN MINECRAFT

Froglight in Minecraft

Another photo taken by MarzHater, thanks!

Let’s go to the topic that seems most interesting to me about frogs: Their types and what we can get from each of them:

TEMPERED FROG (ORANGE OR BROWN): OCHER FROGLIGHT

The Temperate Frog is my favorite frog (the brown/orange one) and its name comes from the fact that it is a frog that lives in medium temperature climates such as the Swamp , the Plains or the Dark Forest.

Since they can only spawn naturally in the Swamp and the Mangrove, and the Swamp has a temperate climate, frogs of this type will always appear in this Biome (naturally, of course, then you can artificially make them spawn). play elsewhere and so on).

When these frogs eat a Magma Cube, they will drop an Ocher Froglight (which is Ocher in color, but for better understanding, it is yellow).

WARM FROG (GREY): PEARLY FROG

The Warm Frog is the gray one (it’s the one I like the least) and as you may have deduced, it appears in warm climates such as the Mangrove , the Desert and the Savannah. The only place where this frog will appear naturally will be in the Mangrove as it was in the previous case with the Swamp.

This type of frog will drop Nacreous Froglight (it’s colored… like a mixture of purple and pink) when it eats a Magma Cube.

FROST FROG (GREEN): GREEN FROGLIGHT

And to finish we have the Frozen Frog with a rather curious peculiarity and that is that it cannot appear naturally since it does not spawn in any of the cold climates (see the Frozen Peaks for example).

Come on, if you want to see this type of frog you are going to have to take a couple of frogs to one of these climates and make them reproduce near an area with water (not frozen water, of course) so that they can lay their eggs there and from there appears the Frozen Frog. A bit far-fetched, but that’s the way it is.

Oh, I almost forgot, the Froglight that this type of Frog will drop on us (by eating a Magma Cube, you know, what a piece of cloth) is the Green Froglight block .

MORE ABOUT THE RANALUZ BLOCK

The Ranaluz is a luminous block and as such, it emits light. In fact , it emits the maximum amount of light , which is 15 and therefore it is a very good lighting option and I must also personally say that it is quite cool because they have a bit of a disco vibe.

Something to keep in mind is that the design of these blocks is that in Bedrock they look more luminous, but it is the block itself, both emit the same light.

REWARDS OR DROP OF THE FROGS

Don’t even think about attacking the damn frogs, firstly because you won’t get anything and secondly because frogs are very cool and deserve to live. The case, that basically we will not get anything as a drop (it is like the Bees), only a few measly points of xp, so it is not worth it.

The way to obtain objects with them is what I have already explained about the Ranaluz, which I will summarize here again anyway:

  • Ocher Froglight (Yellow Light) : When a Tempered Frog (the brown/orange one) eats a Magma Cube.
  • Nacarada Ranaluz (purple/pink light) : Same process but with a Warm Frog (the light gray one).
  • Ranaluz Verde (Green Light) : Same but with the Frozen Frog (the green one).

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