18. Spawn a Mob

In This Chapter

Use Spigot to create a mod

Design a mod framework

Respond to a player command

Generate random numbers

Work with (x,y,z) locations in the game world

Spawn a mob at a specified location

Find the block at a location

Determine the material of a block

Customize a chicken

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