5 best mobs that still aren't featured in Minecraft 1.19 

If you've explored our list of new biomes in Minecraft 1.19, you already know that this update is about to go wild.  both literally and figuratively.  And all the new mobs in the Minecraft 1.19 update are only here to push our expectations to a new high.

However, if you haven't tried the Minecraft 1.18 update yet, we suggest you do it first.  In this article, we will only cover all confirmed mobs for the 1.19 update on both Minecraft Java and Bedrock versions.

But don’t forget to bookmark this guide, as we will keep adding more mobs when they get confirmed and the release date inches closer.

Here is a list of new mobs in Minecraft 1.19 in no particular order.  So feel free to explore them according to your interest using the table below.

Starting with the most anticipated crowd, we have the warden.  This boss rush was teased for the Minecraft 1.18 Caves & Cliffs update, but it didn't reach the game in time.

Warden

As part of the newly modified Swamps, Frogs is a passive mob that is coming to Minecraft 1.19 in three variants.  Depending on their spawning location, there can be three types of frogs – default, cold or tropical.

Frogs

You can find frogs sitting in swamps and mangrove swamps along the edges of land as well as on lily pads and drip leaves.  In terms of food, their food consists of small magma cubes and small slime cubes.

Our next new mob in Minecraft 1.19 Wild Update is the baby version of the frogs - the tadpoles.  They are born from eggs that frogs release above the surface of the water.

Tadpoles

You can also capture them in buckets of water to move.  But unlike frogs, tadpoles cannot survive for long outside water.  They also have a very small health bar and can die in a single hit.

As you can guess, Firefly is the smallest mob in Minecraft 1.19.  Contrary to earlier speculation, they do not interact with frogs.  Therefore, their appearance appears to be based more on aesthetic purposes.  

 Fireflies