If you love Minecraft but have been wondering how to get your hands on the elusive Dragon Egg in Minecraft, I’ve got some good news for you! It’s not too hard to get if you know what you’re doing. So read up, memorize this guide, and then go out there and get your dragon egg! You won’t regret it!
With over millions of people playing it regularly, and many of those players are so invested in their worlds that they lose track of time. But while games can be addictive, they don’t have to be: When you know how to hatch a dragon egg in Minecraft (or any game), you can cut back on your game time and still get some entertainment from your favorite titles.
How to Hatch a Dragon Egg in Minecraft
First, locate a naturally-generated dragon egg in your game. Dragon eggs look like stone with a reddish hue and unlike some objects in Minecraft, which can be found almost everywhere, dragon eggs can only be found after defeating the Ender Dragon. After you’ve found one, mine down through four blocks of dirt to reveal it.
Then craft that block into an Ender Pearl by combining it with an Eye of Ender (two Ender Pearls). Finally, throw your newly-created item at the dragon egg to release its magical powers. That will make another dragon egg appear — go get it!
When you combine that new egg with any kind of bone meal, diamond or prismarine shards (each giving off different colored hues) on top of a crafting table or furnace, and then place seven pieces of food around it like bread or raw chicken flesh, finally sneaking up on it while holding out another piece and — voila! A baby dragon emerges from his fiery fortress! It will remain tame as long as its eyes are black.
Congratulations! You Are Now A Parent Of A Baby Dragon!