Summon Llama Generator Minecraft

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Minecraft summon llama command

Using the summon command to spawn in a minecraft llama is simple, take the command and enter into chat and presto you have a llama. There are a few options for summoning specific colors of llamas, and decor for llamas. Llamas share many of the same tags for horses.

How to choose what color llama to spawn

Using the basic summon command will give you a random colored llama. To select a specific Minecraft llama color use the Variant nbt tag. This example will spawn a white llama.

/summon minecraft:llama ~ ~ ~ {Variant:1}

The follow options for Variant will produce the different colors for llama.

Color Variant
Creamy 0
White 1
Brown 2
Gray 3

How to set decoration color of summon llama

The DecorItem item is an item slot for colored carpet. Summon a llama with decoration item set to carpet using the example below.

/summon minecraft:llama ~ ~ ~ {DecorItem:{id:pink_carpet,Count:1}} (pink example)
/summon minecraft:llama ~ ~ ~ {DecorItem:{id:black_carpet,Count:1}} (black example)

How to summon a baby llama (cria)

Like most passive mobs in Minecraft, you can summon a cria by setting the Age tag to a negative number (under the "Additional" tab).

/summon minecraft:llama ~ ~ ~ {Age:-1200} (Grows up in 60 seconds)
/summon minecraft:llama ~ ~ ~ {Age:-6000} (Grows up in 5 minutes)

How to summon a llama with chest contents

You can set the chest items by using the items tag, this only works if the ChestedHorse is set to true. The Tame tag will also help with chest access.

/summon minecraft:llama ~ ~ ~ {ChestedHorse:1,Items:[{id:red_carpet,Count:1,Slot:2},{id:green_carpet,Count:1,Slot:4},{id:blue_carpet,Count:1,Slot:7}],Tame:1}

Summon llama owned by player, Owner NBT Data Tag (1.16+)

You can set which player owns the llama by setting the UUID, which is now a int-array.

/summon minecraft:llama ~ ~ ~ [I;-132296786,2112623056,-1486552928,-920753162]

Summon llama owned by player, OwnerUUID NBT Data Tag (before 1.16)

You can set which player owns the llama by setting the UUID.

/summon minecraft:llama ~ ~ ~ {OwnerUUID:00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000}

OwnedUUID can be a bit unreliable as it has no effect on behavior.

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