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Monster Heads

Thanks to the MoreMobHeads plugin, mobs on Soar drop heads - all of them! The drop rates vary by mob and sometimes within variants of mobs; for example, blue axolotl always drop a head, while pink ones only sometimes drop a head, and iron golems almost never drop a head.

Available Mob Heads

Mob Mob head Variants
Axolotl Blue Cyan Gold Lucy Wild
Bat
Bee Angry Angry Pol Happy Pollinated
Blaze
Cat Black British Shorthair Calico Jellie Persian Ragdoll Red Siamese Tabby Tuxedo White
Cave Spider
Chicken
Cod
Cow
Creeper Charged Normal
Dolphin
Donkey
Dragon
Drowned
Elder Guardian
Enderman
Endermite
Evoker
Fox Red White
Ghast
Glowsquid
Goat Normal Screamer
Goat
Guardian
Hoglin
Horse Black Brown Chestnut Dark Brown Flaxen Grey White
Husk
Illusioner
Iron Golem
Llama Brown Cream Gray White
Magma Cube
Mooshroom Brown Red
Mooshroom
Mule
Ocelot
Panda Aggressive Brown Lazy Normal Playful Weak Worried
Parrot Blue Cyan Green Grey Red
Phantom
Pig
Piglin
Piglin Brute
Pillager
Polar Bear
Pufferfish
Rabbit Black Brown Gold Killer SaltnPep Spotted Toast White
Ravager
Salmon
Sheep Black Blue Brown Cyan Green Grey Jeb Lime Light Blue Light Grey Magenta Orange Pink Purple Red White Yellow
Shulker
Silverfish
Skeleton
Skeleton Horse
Slime
Snow Golem
Spider
Squid
Stray
Strider Normal Shivering
Trader Llama Brown Cream Gray White
Tropical Fish
Turtle
Vex
Villager
Vindicator
Wandering Trader
Witch
Wither Armored Blue Invulnerable Wither
Wither Skeleton
Wolf Angry Happy
Wolf
Zoglin
Zombie
Zombie Horse
Zombie Villager
Zombified Piglin


How to Pet Things

Soar uses the MyPet plugin to let players roam the world with their beloved pets. Following the 1.17 update, MyPet has been disabled pending a developer update.


1) Get a lead.

2) If you already have a pet, do /petstore

3) Do /petcapturehelper or /pch to make sure the conditions are right.

4) Find a mob you like.

5) Beat it down to half life.

6) Hit it with the lead

Voila, you've got yourself a pet!

Just about every mob can be made a pet. There are a four known exceptions: Villager, Ender Dragon, Wither, and Piglin Brute. For mobs that can be tamed, you must tame them before you can make them pets (horse, donkey, cat, etc). This means you can't have a wolf pet, since it must be tamed into a dog first.

Remember that you can't use your pet if it can't fit. Ghasts and giant slimes are funny, but not effective pets. Baby animals are very good. The mob itself is just a skin - creepers won't explode, ghasts won't shoot fireballs. You can milk cow pets, but you can't get soup from a mooshroom pet.

Things to Do

  • /petname Name - This command will name your pet Name.
  • /petstore - Put your pet away.
  • /petswitch - Summon a pet that's been put away.
  • /petsendaway or /psa - Send your pet away temporarily.
  • /petcall - Call your pet to you if it's standing too far away or if you've used /psa.
  • /petchooseskilltree or /pcst - Choose a skill tree.
  • /petbeacon - Enable your pet's beacon, if its skill tree and level allow it.
  • /petinventory or /pi - Opens your pet's inventory.

You can change the skill tree any time, paying a significant chunk of its XP to do so.

  • Combat: Good for HP Regen. (Ride is also good for HP regen, though.)
  • Utility: Good for storing stuff. You get 54 slots of space!
  • PVP: Good for the Strength and Resist beacon, even outside of PVP.
  • Ride: Good for being cute and riding your pet. Flying pets glide; horse pets have the horse UI.
  • Farm: Not really good for anything.


Pets gain more skills as they level up, capping out at level 10. To level up pets, kill things. No other XP generation method applies to pets.

If your pet dies, it'll respawn. It doesn't drop inventory when it dies, but it does lose some of its XP.

If you die while your pet is out, your pet drops its inventory. Use /psa if you think you're going to die to keep its inventory intact!


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