Minecraft is a world all about mining materials and crafting the weird, the wonderful and pretty much anything else your imagination can think of. How about a saddle?
Mojang rolled out saddles way back in June 2010, still remaining one of the major components that players seek out.
Considered mysterious relics, no crafting recipe is available, and there are also only a finite number of saddles found in the world — so make them count.
Since no crafting is involved when it comes to acquiring a saddle, you must venture out into the overworld and find one. For doing so, the ability to saddle mobs will become instantly available.
That means you can hop on everything from pigs and camels to donkeys and striders. And who doesn't want to do that?
Once you have a saddle, simply hold it in your hand, right-click (or the equivalent) the animal and hey presto — it's attached. It's easy to take off, too, unless it's a pig. If it's a pig, there's no getting that back — unless it faces an untimely demise.
Finding a saddle depends on which mode you're playing — we've broken down the various ways below.
Creative mode provides unlimited resources, meaning saddles can be found by simply browsing the Creative Inventory Menu. The menus vary slightly depending on which platform you're using — but the saddle can be found under the following headers:
In survival mode it's not quite as easy with players having to go exploring the Overworld — though there are multiple locations that offer the opportunity to acquire a saddle:
The easiest way to obtain a saddle is by looting chests while exploring dungeons. Dungeons are structures that generate naturally in the Overworld and often contain a mob spawner and up to two chests. Be careful though,Read more on radiotimes.com