There are various ways to Tame the Digimon in Digimobs. In the current release (0.8.3), it is possible to tame Digimon in 2 ways. In previous versions there were other tested methods which may or may not return in future updates.
Current 0.8.3 methods :
- Taming Items
Previous methods :
- Acorns (only)
Whilst wandering through the world of Minecraft with Digimobs installed, you may come across Acorns or other items, a full list will be shown below. Or if you happen to kill a Digimon, it may drop some. The item needed changes with a Digimon's species :
|Dragon||Meat||Dropped by Dragon and can be planted.|
|Beast||Acorns||Dropped by Beast digimon.|
|Avian||Feathers||Dropped by Chickens.|
|Insect||Flowers||Found growing in wilds.|
|Plant||Mushrooms||Found growing in wilds.|
|Aquan||Fish||Fish them from water source.|
|Machine||Gears||Dropped by Machine digimon.|
|Holy||Digicores||Dropped by Holy digimon.|
|Evil||Bones||Dropped by skeletons.|
Holding these the Digimon that likes the food in your hand will follow you, but if you right-click an un-tamed Digimon, it will eat it. After a fair amount of these the Digimon may become tamed, it is suggested you collect 10 of an item before attempting to tame.
The D-Power is an item that when right clicking on a Digimon, will instantly tame them. There is no damage value to the D-Power so it can be used constantly to tame as many Digimon as you wish. This item is un-craftable and is obtainable only in creative mode.
After Taming ?Edit
After Taming a Digimon, what do you do next? Well, you can craft a Datalink Digivice so that you can check thier stats, it may get more uses in the future but it has many designs for anyone to like..