So, you want to kill every mob at a single blow? But, don’t know how?
This post shows you some amazing commands to kill any entity available in your Minecraft JAVA & Bedrock Edition.
What is a Minecraft Kill Command?
A Kill Command in Minecraft is a command used to kill any specific type of entity. Use the Mob’s UUID to kill them instantly. There are Minecraft @commands and /kill commands to kill any mob. But the best way is to use a Minecraft command block. The command block can execute the commands upon using a Redstone.
Keep reading, As I will show you how to use the Minecraft kill all mobs command effectively.
PRO TIP: Use a Command Block to Execute the commands easily.
What is the easiest way to kill mobs in Minecraft?
The easiest way to kill mobs in Minecraft is by using the kill command. The command depends on whether you want to kill all players, kill the nearest player, kill any random player, or kill the player running the command.
You can also get a command block to kill a specific entity. The command block will carry out your commands. You need a Redstone to activate the block. You can also use the commands for different purposes while clearing the field to create a house of your own. Not only that, the /kills come in handy to save your time as well.
On the contrary, if you want to kill the mobs a hard way, grab your diamond sword and kill them one by one.
Minecraft /kill command – Complete List
There are several commands in Minecraft. Out of which the kill command is the most efficient one. Use Minecraft @ commands to specify the entity and use the commands to finish them in a second.
Remember, The leftovers of the mob will still be floating above the ground. There are no commands to clean leftovers.
Here is a list of the kill command in Minecraft:
|Command Type||Kill Commands in Minecraft||Minecraft Edition|
|To kill all entities except player||/kill @e[type=!player]||JAVA Edition|
|To kill the player executing the command||/kill @s|
|To kill item entities||/kill @e[type=item]|
|To kill a certain type of mob||/kill @e[type=mobType]|
|Kill all mobs||/kill @e[type=mobs]|
|To kill all entities within 10 blocks||/kill @e[distance=..10]|
|/kill @e[r=10]||Bedrock Edition|
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How to Use the kill Command in Minecraft
Now that you know the list of all the killing commands, open Minecraft and build your new world by removing any mobs from the plain.
Here are the steps to use the kill command in Minecraft:
- Open the Chat Window by pressing T for JAVA Edition.
- Type the command by aiming at the entity.
- Press Enter to execute the command.
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Minecraft @ Commands Explained
Minecraft @ command specifies the entity. If you are trying to kill every mobs in different Minecraft Biomes except yourself, type the command /kill @e[type=!player].
@e = All Entities, @s = Player executing the command, and @a= all players. You can kill the player executing the command by using /kill @s.
The supported platforms for using the /kill command are Java Edition (PC/Mac), Pocket Edition (PE), Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, Windows 10 Edition, and Education Edition.
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Why Should I Kill the Mobs in Minecraft?
You should kill mobs for adding extra space to your Minecraft World. You cannot build a house or a kingdom of your own if the mobs keep roaming around you.
You can kill the Mobs with a Diamond Sword. But it takes a long time to kill every single entity. And the worst part is that, the leftovers keep coming back. To avoid such situation, use the command block to kill the type of mob. You can also use the command kill e type to select every entity you want to kill.
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How to Kill Mobs in Minecraft
By using the kill e type command, you can easily kill mobs manually. Not only that, but the leftovers of the Mobs will also give you a headache which is unbearable.
Here are the steps to kill all Mobs in Minecraft:
Step 1: Use the Mobs Universally Unique Identifier (UUID)
Every entity in Minecraft has a unique ID which is shown when the command is being executed.
- Aim at the mob and type /kill.
- Select the UUID of the mob.
- Execute the Command by using kill e type executable. For example, /kill @e UUID.
Sometimes you may not see the UUID. This may happen because of a bug. Restart Minecraft to debug. You cannot use this command in creative mode.
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Step 2: Select a Specific Type of Mob Entity
If you want to kill a specific type of entity then this step works the best.
- Aim at the mob directly and type /kill.
- Use @e to target all the entities at once.
- Type [type=cow]. This will kill all the cows at once.
- Execute the Command by pressing enter.
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Step 3: Select all Mobs except Player
If you want to kill mobs all at once then this step is the best.
- Type /kill
- Use @e to target all the entities.
- Type [type=!player]. This will kill every Mobs.
- Execute the command by pressing Enter.
You can also use console commands similar to the shown methods.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Question: Can I kill all Mobs using Command Blocks?
Answer: Yes, you can kill all mobs using command blocks. In that case, you need a Redstone to activate the block.
Question: How can I remove the leftovers after using the /kill command in Minecraft?
Answer: Use the command twice to remove the leftovers of the mobs.
Question: What does kill @E do?
Answer: @e command selects all the entities. If you use the kill command before @e, all entities will die.
Question: What is @A in Minecraft?
Answer: @a commands select all players in your Minecraft server. Execute a kill command using @e to finish players in seconds.
You can’t kill each and every Mob with a Diamond Sword or anything like that. So, it’s easier to use the kill command at once to eliminate all the Mobs.
You may see that the leftover remains for some mobs after you use the commands. Just execute the command twice to remove the Leftovers also.