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Black Ursa

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Black Ursa
Black Ursa.png
Statistics
Health 90 (Heart.png×45)
Size Width: 1.3 blocks
Height: 1.6 blocks
Damage Easy: 4 (Heart.png×2)
Normal: 8 (Heart.png×4)
Hard: 12 (Heart.png×6)
Environment Overworld: Taiga biome
Hostility Hostile
Classification Normal
Id aoa3:black_ursa
Version added 1.0

The Black Ursa is a hostile melee mob that spawns in the Overworld.

Spawning[edit | edit source]

Black Ursas spawns naturally in the taiga biome of the overworld.

Behavior[edit | edit source]

The Black Ursa uses melee attacks, causally walking up to the player and attacking.

Drops[edit | edit source]

When black ursa die, they will drop raw ursa meat, which will be cooked if the black ursa was defeated while on fire. The amount of raw ursa meat/ursa meat can be increased with the Looting enchantment.

Item Drops Requires player? Quantity Rate
Raw Ursa.png Raw Ursa No 1-2 100% Cooked Ursa is dropped instead if the mob dies while on fire.
Cooked Ursa.png Cooked Ursa No 1-2 100%

Experience orbs[edit | edit source]

Black Ursas will drop 9 XP worth of vanilla experience orbs when defeated.

Bestiary entry[edit | edit source]

Large, bulky, and intimidating. Black Ursas are a creature of the forests, preferring to live in coniferous areas due to their native fruits.

Despite their appearance, they are actually omnivores and are known to eat fruits, plants, and meats. Their long limbs allow them to reach higher plants and trees than other creatures, combined with their sharp teeth for pulling apart flesh.

Black Ursas hunt purely for food, and so you may find yourself being chased down by one in an effort to satiate themselves. Unfortunately, they're rarely satiated.

History[edit | edit source]

Version Information
1.0 Added Black Ursas.
3.0 Id changed to aoa3:black_ursa.
3.1 Added a Bestiary entry for Black Ursa.


Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Sometimes it will get stuck when it it supposed to jump. It also sometimes goes toward you as its body is facing diagonally, or even sideways from you.
  • It has no hit-box at the end of its muzzle, or the tip of its tail.