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The Story of Minecraft’s First Creeper – Cartoon Animation

what is Creeper ?

Creepers are fictional characters from the sandbox video game Minecraft.

They are hostile mobs (short for mobile non-player characters) that can be encountered in the game world at any given time or location. Instead of traditionally attacking the player, they creep up on the player and explode, destroying blocks in the surrounding area and potentially damaging the player if they are inside the blast radius. Their green camouflage and silent behavior aid in stealth attacks. Creepers were first added to Minecraft in an alpha update to the game on August 31, 2009.

The creeper has become one of the most widely recognized icons of Minecraft. They have been referenced and parodied in popular culture, and featured prominently in Minecraft merchandise and advertising.


A creeper is a common hostile mob that silently approaches players and explodes.

Due to their distinctive appearance and high potential for killing unwary players as well as damaging the environment and players’ constructions, creepers have become one of the icons of Minecraft, both among players and non-players.

Creepers are a major source of gunpowder as well as the only way to obtain most music discs. When struck by lightning, a creeper becomes charged, which amplifies its explosion power and enables mob heads to be obtained.

Creepers chase any player within a 16 block radius. They do not voluntarily attack any other mob.

When within 3 blocks of a player, a creeper stops moving, hisses, flashes and expands and explodes after 1.5 seconds, destroying blocks in the area as well as significantly damaging the player. A creeper’s detonation can be halted if the player leaves the blast radius, including by knocking it back, going out of the creeper’s sight, or if the creeper is killed before the explosion. The distance with the player at which a creeper cancels its explosion is greater at higher difficulties. Normal creeper explosions have a power of 3.

A creeper explodes only if it has uninterrupted line-of-sight with the player throughout the entire 1.5-second countdown. As a result, if the creeper does not have line-of-sight with the player, it does not start hissing even at close range, even if the player is attacking it, and a detonation is cancelled if it has started. The hissing sound plays in its entirety regardless of whether the explosion happens or not.

Unlike most mobs, the creeper does not have an idle sound, nor does it have unique step sounds. Although it does make normal stepping and swimming sounds, it is hard for the player to distinguish those from sounds they make themselves. This makes the approaching of a creeper to an unwary player hard to notice until it starts hissing. That aside, if a stationary player underground hears stepping and swimming noises nearby without additional noises, they can be certain it is a creeper.

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