There are a ton of different items, crafting materials and resources that players can get in their hands on Minecraft. Some have obvious uses, like Copper or Netherite, while others are a little more obtuse. The Minecraft Goat Horn definitely falls into the latter. Here, we’ll be explaining everything you need to know What’s Goat Horn’s used in Minecraftand how you can get it.
Getting the Goat Horn in Minecraft
The Goat Horn item is dropped by a solid block into a ram when it goes. An adult goat will drop a maximum of two Goat Horns.
A goat can charge a mob that isn’t a ghast or another goat from up to 16 blocks away every 30 seconds to five minutes. The easiest way to get a Goat Horn is simply to find a tree when you have a goat and have it within a charge for the range within.
What the Goat Horn Is Used For
When pressing the ‘use’ button (RT / R2 / LMB) when holding the Goat Horn, you’ll hear a horn noise. It may sound familiar, as it’s also the horn sounded when you’re raided.
More importantly, The Goat Horn is also a Copper Horn for a crafting ingredient.
The Copper Horn for Crafting Ingredient
The Goat Horn is also used as a crafting ingredient in the Copper Horn. It should be placed in the middle of a 3 × 3 crafting grid, with a copper ingot to the left, right and straight beneath it.
The Copper Horn can play three different sounds, depending on whether the player is looking up, crouching, or just standing.
There’s also 10 variations of Copper Horns, each of which plays three slightly different sounds.
That’s about all you need to know Minecraft Goat Horn. For more tips and tricks on the game, be sure to search Twinfinite or check out the links below.