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What are Glow Squids in Minecraft?



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Squids are passive creatures in Minecraft that may be found in groups of one to three in rivers and oceans. They float around aimlessly in the water, moving in three different directions. Squids have no special powers or characteristics. Even if the player is attacking them, they do not attack the player. In this article, find out everything you need to know about them. 

What are Glow Squids? 

Glow Squids are one of Minecraft’s numerous aquatic critters. They are passive and have no special abilities, as previously stated. They can only be found in dark underwater environments, which are mainly found in deep underwater cave systems. Their aqua luminous hue and texture can also be used to identify them. When Glow Squids move about, they make a distinctive pearly sound and produce crystalline particles.

Where do they spawn? 

Glow Squids spawn in groups of two to four below Y level 30, frequently in complete darkness, as do axolotls, since Minecraft 1.18. They appear to be glowing, yet they do not contribute to the light levels in the surrounding environment in any manner since they do not emit light. When Glow Squids and axolotls spawn in the same location, the latter has the advantage in fighting since axolotls can attack Glow Squids but not the other way around. Glow squid infant variations have a 5% chance of spawning and are only available in Minecraft Bedrock Edition.

What are their drops? 

When killed, Glow Squids can drop one to three glow ink sacs. If a player kills them with the Looting enchantment, the maximum quantity of glow ink sac drops rises from three to six. One to three experience points are gained by killing one glow squid.

How do they behave? 

Glow Squids, like regular squids, move aimlessly in the water and go in three directions. If forced out of the water, they will suffocate, having just 15 seconds or 300 in-game ticks to live after breaking the surface. Glow Squids stop shining for five seconds or 100 in-game ticks when assaulted. They may also be assaulted by guardians and older guardians in the same way that they attack players.

Glow Squids are the mobs people should definitely look out for. Their lovely aesthetic and ethereal light add a special touch to the game which we all can agree upon.

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