This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 4.0 Unported License. Brief Info Of The Evolution Of A CreeperCreepers are close relatives to the cactus, this is only a theory but I believe this is true. MY a380 package including a dousin of schemes, Airbus, Emirates, Quantas, British Airways, Air France, Lufthansa, Korean Airlines and plain white! All creations copyright of the creators.Minecraft is copyright Mojang AB and is not affiliated with this site.

The model came from a failed model of a pig and then created the creeper this is what I might think happen when they were creating Minecraft.
The beginning of Minecraft was only a sandbox game then created the survival concept which added mobs and hostile mobs which then created the creeper! In my perspective I think the creeper would evolve to a player time form and mixed with something else to make it unique, so it isn't going to be exactly a player. I think it might have some more abilities then the originally creeper such as BIGGER EXPLOSIONS, DIFFERENT DROPS!, Or Even Have It As A Pet.

Would You Like It To HappenIn any circumstances, yes I would like it to be added to the game it would be a incredible mob and a difficult mob. For example it might just be tamed so any user could control the creeper and use it to blow up bases or even blow up spawns!What Do You Think And How What Do You Think The Creeper Would Look Like?Leave a comment suggesting anything or as the title says!

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