Taming is a skill in McMMO. The Higher the level, the more health your tamed wolves and ocelots get. Wolves will also do more damage.
While an interesting ability, the AI of wolves makes it sometimes difficult to be helpful, as they all target one enemy at the same time, and can't divide their focus.
Call of the Wild Edit
Summons an animal to your side. To use it hold 10 bones for wolf, 10 fish for ocelot or 10 apples for Horse and hold shift while left clicking.
Animals summoned with "Call of the Wild" will be named in accordance to your in game name. For example, if your name in minecraft was "Steve" then your wolf will be named "Steve's Wolf."
A summoned wolf only has 16 hp, as opposed to the 20 hp that a normal tamed wolf would have, so the summoning spell isn't as effective as taming a wild wolf yourself. Summoned wolves will also disappear after some time.
Call of the Wild does not work if you or anyone else has an existing wolf nearby.
This skill is one of the most useful in PVP. By bringing a stack of bones, you can easily summon wolves when in the middle of battle, as opposed to having one wolf trail you wherever you go.
allows you to inspect your wolves, horses or ocelots by left-clicking them with a bone. Note that left-clicking with anything else will damage your wolf, ocelot or horse.
Note: Passive skills are skills activated by the pet wolf. These cannot be controlled by the player.
Gore (All levels)Edit
Whenever tamed Wolves attack a target, there is a chance that they will inflict a critical strike that applies bleed. The chance goes up 0.1% per level to get a Gore, to a maximum of 100% at level 1000.
Fast Food Service (50+)Edit
Fast Food Service gives a 50% chance for your wolves to heal on attack.
Environmentally Aware (100+)Edit
The skill "Environmentally Aware" comes after your taming reaches past level 100. This skill grants your summoned wolves the ability of teleporting to you when nearing cacti or lava. This also allows your wolf to be immune to fall damage.
Thick Fur (250+)Edit
With Thick Fur, your wolves take halved damage and are immune to fire and lava damage.
Holy Hound (375+)Edit
Holy Hound causes your wolves to be healed with poison and magic.
Shock Proof (500+)Edit
Shock Proof causes your wolves to take 1/6 damage from explosions.
Sharpened Claws (750+)Edit
Sharpened Claws makes your wolves deal an extra two damage per hit (1 heart). Dealing a total of 8 damage (4 hearts) per hit on hard mode, 6 damage on normal and 5 damage on easy.
This chart details the amount of experience gained from taming the respective animals.
This chart details the amount of experience gained from tamed creatures attacking mobs. (Note: Skill gained from attacking players with tamed creatures is 50 Exp Per Hit)
The amount of Exp you get from taming is scaled by the amount of damage each of your wolves deal when they attack. If you give your wolves Strength 2 Potions you will get 60 Exp Per hit on a mob and 70 Exp on a player.
|Animal||Exp Per Hit|
Find a biome where horses spawn, and tame as many as possible. Taming horses will give huge amounts of xp compared to killing mobs with wolves or taming other animals. It is easy to tell if the horse is tamed or not by pressing your inventory key which is originally set to "E". Once you tame at least 2 horses, you can breed them, the resulting baby is not tamed, so feel free to breed and taming horse. The problem is you need gold to breed them.
====Attacking Mobs Tame a bunch of wolves, and either go out into the wild during nightime and engage mobs, or farm using a natural-spawn mob grinder. If possible, an enderman grinder in the end will be the most efficient. Another way to gain levels is by building an iron golem farm and using the wolves to kill the golems instead of lava.====
Useful Tips Edit
- Wolves make great distractions during raids/invasions.
- Splashing Invisibility Potions on a Wolf will make useful for unexpected stealth combat.