There are many options for ammunition to use with arrows in Minecraft.
Players can make different types of tipped bows by using lingering potions that they have brewed. These potions can be used to create various status effects for striking targets. Certain tipped bows are extremely useful in combating hostile mobs.
It is extremely helpful to be able to strike an enemy mob in Minecraft. Many hostile mobs are out to harm gamers through melee combat.
5) Standard Arrows
Even though they aren’t particularly special, regular arrows can still be used to take down enemy mobs in Minecraft. They are easy to create and don’t require any extra steps to kill hostile mobs.
Although they may not have cool extra effects, standard arrows can still be used to take down targets even if players don’t have fancy tip arrows.
4) Arrows of Slowness
A Potion of Slowness can be applied to a group of Minecraft arrows to create Arrows of Slowness. One will slow down the target’s movement speed, as their names suggest.
Although this might not be very helpful, it allows players to explore different strategies to defeat hostile Minecraft mobs. Once an enemy is slowed down, gamers have two options: kite them with melee attacks or switch to different ammo types to damage them with arrows.
They have the advantage of mobility because the target is more difficult to reach than users.
3) Arrows of Poison
Minecraft players who have had to deal with bees and cave spiders will know about the irritating status effect of poison. This arrow type reverses that annoying effect on hostile mobs. It is effective when fighting most enemies, even though it is not immune to certain enemy mobs (undead or spiders).
These arrows will not kill your opponents, but they will cause you to suffer from poisoning until the end. With this in mind, poison arrows can be used to kill opponents before they move in and finish the job.
2) Arrows of Harming
Arrows of Harming are powerful weapons that can strike enemies hard and quickly. With a few quick shots, they can quickly kill hostile mobs in Minecraft.
It is important to know that Arrows of Harming won’t work on undead enemies. These arrows will instead heal undead enemies, which is better avoided.
Arrows of Healing are required if players wish to injure undead targets in the same way as an Arrow of Harming.
1) Arrows of Decay
An arrow made from Minecraft that harnesses the power of Wither and wither-skeletons. Arrows of Decay inflicts the wither status effect upon targets. They quickly chip away at their health, until they die or the effect ceases. Only the Ender Dragon, wither skulls, and Wither are immune to Wither.
Although witches are partially immune to the effects of 85% resistance, they are not completely unaffected.
Their availability is the main problem with Arrows of Decay. They are not available in vanilla Minecraft.
But, there are mods that allow Java Edition to contain arrows and decay, so it is not impossible.