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The Foxhound is a hostile mob added by Quark.
Spawning mechanics[edit | edit source]
Foxhounds spawn in groups of 4 to 6 in the Nether on Netherrack. As a hostile mob, they contribute to the hostile mob cap. This may be considered as a bug as they do not adhere to the standard despawn algorithm and will not despawn even if they player exceeds a distance of 128 meters from the mob. This can impact the spawn rate of other mobs drastically.
Behavior and Appearance[edit | edit source]
Foxhounds are similar to the Wolf in appearance and behavior. Like most mobs native to the Nether, they are immune to fire damage. Foxhounds growl and will attack skeletons. An attack from a Foxhound damages the player and sets them on fire.
They are tamed with Coal rather than Bones. Fire Resistance is also needed to tame one. Tamed foxhounds will snooze on top of hot blocks such as Magma Blocks. When a Foxhound sleeps on an active Furnace it will speed up the Furnace's operation speed. This effect does not stack. If you wish to breed them, feed two tamed foxhounds rotten flesh.
Foxhounds are small creatures and are able to pass though a 1x1 hole.
Drops[edit | edit source]
They can drop 1-2 Blaze Powder when killed. They can drop another 0-2 Blaze Powder if killed with a Looting-enchanted weapon.
They may also drop 1 piece of Sulfur.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Foxhounds were added to Quark by WireSegal.
- Petting a tamed Foxhound by shift right-clicking sets the player on fire.
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