You may know a mob called Glow Squid. It is a variant of a squid, but with a glowing, luminescent texture, and discovered only in Minecraft Earth. Now, let us talk about Glow Squid here. Make sure that you do not go anywhere and keep staying on this page.
ABOUT GLOW SQUID
The Glow Squid is a mob from Minecraft Earth which is identical to that of a Squid from Minecraft. Glow Squid swims around aimlessly and dies if left out of water for too long. Unlike the normal Squid, the Glow Squid has a dynamic texture which is constantly shifting. The glowing spots seem to pulsate, and its eyes blink regularly. Once killed, it only drops Ink Sacs. The only other methods to get Ink Sacs are through Chest Tappables. However, there are not many uses for the item. So it is better to simply create an aquarium to look in on them than simply killing them off. Please be nice to squids!
HOW TO OBTAIN GLOW SQUID
You have to know that the Glow squids are an uncommon mob drop discovered in marsh tappables. For your information, a tappable is an object on the map in Minecraft Earth that a player needs to tap several times to extract the items that go into the inventory.
The tappables encountered within the player’s reach radius are able to be any of:
- Animals: Chicken, Cow, Pig, Sheep
- Trees: Birch, Oak, Spruce
Each tappable contains the items which are collected in the player’s inventory. Up to 3 different blocks or items from the following lists will be able to be collected from each tappable. There are 5 tiers of rarity for all blocks, items, and mobs that are available in tappables. The rarity will be able to be identified by the colored outline around the item.
- Common = gray
- Uncommon = green
- Rare = blue
- Epic = purple
- Legendary = yellow
GLOW SQUID BEHAVIOR
The Glow squid mostly have the same AI behavior as the squids, swimming up and down, breathing on water, and wandering around aimlessly. Now, we are going to explain squid behavior generally.
Squid are eight armed passive mobs which spawn in water. They are passive toward the player, similar to the other passive mobs discovered on land. They are not attracted to light and do not deliberately interact with the player. Once a squid moves, its tentacles open and close, giving them an appearance of pushing themselves leisurely forward. The Squid hover in place once first spawned into the world and wander around aimlessly, swimming up and down through each layer. They suffocate to death if they are beached on land for too long. While on land, they do not move and stay stationary until they suffocate. They are able to take fall damage and burn like any other land mob, but they cannot drown. When out of the water, squid are very resistant to knockback.