Minecraft Allay: how to find and befriend these cute new creature

Want to make friends with Minecraft's Allay mob? They're super helpful and adorable little creatures who love music and collecting items, and they may even be able to help automate some of your projects if you know how to use them 

The Minecraft Allay arrived with the 1.19 update(opens in new tab), along with the new mangrove tree(opens in new tab) swamps and the new frog mob(opens in new tab) that lives there. 

Want to make friends with Minecraft's Allay mob? They're super helpful and adorable little creatures who love music and collecting items, and they may even be able to help automate some of your projects if you know how to use them 

The Minecraft Allay arrived with the 1.19 update(opens in new tab), along with the new mangrove tree(opens in new tab) swamps and the new frog mob(opens in new tab) that lives there. 

The Wild Update also gives us the chance to finally explore the Deep Dark, though you'll need to be careful of the new Warden mob if you're planning to venture into the new biome.

Can you tame the Allay? Sort of! It will follow you around if you've given it an item. Can you breed the Allay? Also sort of; they can be duplicated with amethyst. Is the Allay hostile? Nope, and they can be damaged by enemies but not their owner. How much does an Allay hold? Allay has one inventory slot, so up to a stack of any item. What does the Allay drop? Whatever it was holding in its hand. How far will an allay search for items? A radius of 32 blocks around the player.

Here's the quick details on the Allay:

The Allay don't actually have a natural habitat of their own. You'll find them captive in Pillager Outposts and Woodland Mansions, meaning you'll have to embark on a rescue mission to befriend one. 

Where to find and how to tame the Allay

At a Pillager Outpost for example, they're kept in wood and fence cages and you'll need to break them out. Give an Allay any item to befriend it and have it follow you home.

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