Where do spiders get their web from?
The Spider web (also Cobwebs called) is a block that slows the player and most other objects as they pass through.
Cobwebs can be found individually in mines in many places. In addition, the spawners of cave spiders are surrounded by it in large numbers.
They also hang in fortress libraries, and there is a single net in the laboratory of some igloos. Individual rooms in forest properties also contain spider webs and they can also be found in the zombie villages.
A spider web drops a thread when you destroy it with a sword or a piston. It will drop itself if you take it down with scissors.
If the spider web is broken down with a sword or scissors, the process takes about 1.5 seconds. If no suitable tool is used, it takes about 25 seconds and the spider web is destroyed in the process.
If the spider web is broken down with a sword, it will be used up twice as quickly.
- While in spider webs, the speed of movement is slowed down by about 85%.
- A player falls through a spider web at a speed of 0.07 m / s
- Jumping is not possible in a spider web.
- They brake the player heavily if he falls into the net and reset the height of the fall, i. H. it only begins to count again below the net.
- Sand and gravel slowly fall through the net and are destroyed in the process, so that they fall out as a drop.
- Drops thrown into the net will fall out after about 26 seconds.
- All animals and monsters except spiders and cave spiders are slowed down when moving in spider webs.
- Carts falling through a cobweb from above are also slowed down.
- However, if a player drives a cart through a spider's web that is at head height, the cart drives unhindered under the web and the player's head does not get stuck in it.
- In creative mode you can fly unchecked through spider webs. Walking and falling remain slowed unchanged. However, flying arrows penetrate spider webs unhindered.
- Lava and water flow freely through cobwebs and destroy them. In the case of water, at least the thread is dropped.
Spider webs provide threads and are used to slow down or reduce the fall damage of players or creatures, and they are also used for decoration, in which several together represent a plume of smoke rising from a chimney, for example.
The recipe only exists in the Bedrock Edition
- Notch originally planned for spiders to produce cobwebs during normal gameplay.
- Destroying a spider's web produces the same sound as stone.
- A cart can fall unchecked through a cobweb over a rail onto the track.
Spider web placed in the world with a hitbox displayed
Naturally generated spider webs in a mine
Cobwebs in the library of a fortress
Single spider web in the laboratory of an igloo
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