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Blue Moa Egg
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Type Item
Durability No
Renewable Yes
Stackable Yes (64)
Data value See Data values
ID Name See Data values


“Laid by Moas. Place in an incubator to hatch it”
Book of Lore


Moa Egg is an item in the Aether.

Obtaining

They are laid by tamed or wild Moa mobs, akin to Chickens. Moas are uncommon, so one may have to search a fair bit before they find a Moa.

Usage

Moa Eggs have to be placed inside an Incubator, using Ambrosium Torches to warm the egg. After a while, the egg will hatch, and a Baby Moa will spawn. Feeding the Baby Moa with Aechor Petals will make it mature into an adult. Four for a Blue Moa, six for White Moa, and eight for a Black Moa.

Achievements

Icon Achievement In-game description Prerequisites Actual requirements (if different)
Now Youre Family.png Now You're Family. Incubate a Moa Hostile Paradise Successfully hatch a Moa Egg using an Incubator

Trivia

  • Moa Eggs do not appear to have damage values to indicate egg-type, and using the "/give" command will give them a weighted random type each time.

Data values

Moa Egg's data values are:

Name ID name DV
Grid Blue Moa Egg.png Blue Moa Egg aether:moaEgg 4096 (dec), 1000 (hex), 1000000000000 (bin)
Grid White Moa Egg.png White Moa Egg aether:moaEgg 4096 (dec), 1000 (hex), 1000000000000 (bin)
Grid Black Moa Egg.png Black Moa Egg aether:moaEgg 4096 (dec), 1000 (hex), 1000000000000 (bin)

Issues

Issues relating to Moa Egg item are maintained on the bug tracker. Report issues for Moa Egg there.

History

The Aether

  • Initial release: Introduced
  • 1.02: Baby Moas no longer lay eggs.
  • 1.04: Fixed a bug where White Moa Eggs would be slightly blue

Aether II

Upcoming

  • 1.10b1:
    • Comes in five pattern-types: Branched, Lined, Spotted, Radial, and Zipline
    • Now can be placed as blocks
    • Eggs have random different patterns and colors instead of three preset ones
    • Moas now lay egg-blocks in the center of nest structures
    • Stealing eggs will aggro Moas

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