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What do ravagers eat in Minecraft

Ravagers in Minecraft (Image via Mojang)
Ravagers in Minecraft (Image via Mojang)
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Zachary Roberts

Ravagers are one of the most terrifying mobs in Minecraft. Fortunately, they only spawn in raids and aren't just running around the world eating and destroying everything. They have saddles, which they'll drop when killed, but they can't be ridden by anything other than Pillagers, Vindicators or Evokers depending on the raid.

Even though they can't be fed or tamed, Ravagers do sort of eat things in the game. They don't technically consume it, but they destroy things by opening and closing their mouths. Here's everything they can destroy that way.


What Ravagers "eat" in Minecraft

The first item they will "eat" in Minecraft is anything they are hostile towards. When they spawn in a raid, they will try to eat the mobs that they want to kill. This means that they'll eat players, iron golems, villagers (adults only, they'll spare the children) and wandering traders. Any of these in a 32 block radius will get "eaten."

Aside from that, they also destroy items with their mouths, which is the closest Ravagers ever get to eating anything. This does vary a little bit from Bedrock Edition to Java Edition, but the spawns are mostly the same.

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Here's what they'll eat in Bedrock Edition:

  • Bamboo
  • Bamboo sapling
  • Beetroot
  • Mushrooms of both colors
  • Carrots
  • Carved pumpkins
  • Chorus Flower
  • Chorus Plant
  • Dead bush
  • Sunflower
  • Lilac
  • Peony
  • Rose bush
  • Large fern
  • Tall grass
  • Leaves
  • Flowers (not including Wither Rose)
  • Grass
  • Jack O'Lantern
  • Melon
  • Melon stem
  • Potatoes
  • Pumpkins
  • Pumpkin stems
  • Sugar cane
  • Saplings
  • Snow
  • Sweet Berry bush
  • Turtle Egg
  • Vines
  • Lily pad
  • Wheat
  • Crimson Fungus
  • Warped Fungus
One of the strongest mobs (Image via Mojang)
One of the strongest mobs (Image via Mojang)

In Java Edition, the list is much shorter:

  • Beetroots
  • Carrots
  • Leaves
  • Azalea leaves
  • Flowering Azalea leaves
  • Wheat

These are all the blocks and items that Ravagers can "eat" across both versions. Here's when players can expect them to spawn. It ultimately depends on the level of difficulty.

Easy raids have three waves and a Ravager will show up on the final one. When that's raised to Normal, there are five with a Ravager showing up in the third wave. On Hard or Hardcore mode, there are seven waves and the Ravager is in the fifth one.

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Ravagers can also show up with certain mobs riding them. These usually show up in the final wave and any potential bonus waves. They're also significantly harder to defeat since they are two strong mobs.



Edited by Sijo Samuel Paul
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