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|Item Name = Blue Moa Egg
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|Item Name = Moa Egg
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|Value={{Gilt|1}}
|Pic2 = White Moa Egg
 
|Pic3 = Black Moa Egg
 
 
|Type=Item
 
|Type=Item
 
|Durability=No
 
|Durability=No
 
|Renewable=Yes
 
|Renewable=Yes
|Stackable=Yes (64)
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|Data value=See [[Moa Egg#Data values|Data values]]
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|Data value=4212 (normal)<br>4213 (rainbow)
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'''Moa Egg''' is an [[item]] in the ''[[Aether]]''. They come in varying colors and appearances, which denote the variant of [[Moa]] breed.
{{quote|Laid by Moas. Place in an incubator to hatch it|[[Book of Lore]]}}<br />
 
'''Moa Egg''' is an [[item]] in the ''[[Aether]]''.
 
   
 
==Obtaining==
 
==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.
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They are laid by wild Moas in their [[Moa Nest]]s. Successfully stealing an egg will make nearby Moas aggro onto the player. Rainbow Moa Eggs are only obtainable via Creative Mode.
   
 
==Usage==
 
==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 Petal]]s will make it mature into an adult. Four for a Blue Moa, six for White Moa, and eight for a Black Moa.
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An [[Incubator]] must be preheated with [[Ambrosium Chunk]]s before they can be hatched and then placing the egg in once fully heated will begin the hatching process, causing the Moa to hatch from the Incubator once it hits 100%.
   
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Feeding a Baby Moa with Aechor Petals will make it mature to an adult and allow it to be saddled with a [[Moa Saddle]]. They can also be cooked in a [[Holystone Furnace]] to produce a [[Fried Moa Egg]].
==Achievements==
 
{| class="wikitable sortable" style="text-align:center; width:100%"
 
|- align="center"
 
! rowspan="2" scope="col" width="0px" | Icon
 
! rowspan="2" scope="col" width="0px" | Achievement
 
! rowspan="2" scope="col" width="0px" | In-game description
 
! rowspan="2" scope="col" width="0px" | Prerequisites
 
! rowspan="2" scope="col" width="0px" | Actual requirements (if different)
 
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|[[File:Now Youre Family.png]]
 
|Now You're Family.
 
|Incubate a Moa
 
|[[Aether Portal#Achievements|Hostile Paradise]]
 
|Successfully hatch a Moa Egg using an Incubator
 
|}
 
   
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Rainbow Moa Eggs act like spawn eggs and will spawn a randomly colored Moa on each right-click use. Right-clicking the resulting Moa will give the egg it would normally give.
==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==
 
==Data values==
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| [[Data values|DV]]
 
| [[Data values|DV]]
 
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| [[File:Grid Blue Moa Egg.png|16px]] Blue Moa Egg
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| [[File:Grid Moa Egg.png|16px]] Moa Egg
| aether:moaEgg
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| aether:moa_egg_item
| 4096 (dec), 1000 (hex), 1000000000000 (bin)
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| 4212 (dec), 1074 (hex), 1000001110100 (bin)
 
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| [[File:Grid White Moa Egg.png|16px]] White Moa Egg
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| [[File:Grid Rainbow Moa Egg.png|16px]] Rainbow Moa Egg
| aether:moaEgg
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| aether:rainbow_moa_egg
| 4096 (dec), 1000 (hex), 1000000000000 (bin)
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| 4213 (dec), 1075 (hex), 1000001110101 (bin)
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| [[File:Grid Black Moa Egg.png|16px]] Black Moa Egg
 
| aether:moaEgg
 
| 4096 (dec), 1000 (hex), 1000000000000 (bin)
 
 
|}
 
|}
   
 
==Issues==
 
==Issues==
Issues relating to Moa Egg item are maintained on the [https://github.com/GildedGames/aether-issues/issues?utf8=%E2%9C%93&q=moa+egg bug tracker]. Report issues for Moa Egg there.
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Issues relating to {{PAGENAME}} are maintained on the [https://gitea.gildedgames.com/GildedGames/Aether-II/issues?type=all&state=open&labels=0&milestone=0&assignee=0&q=moa+egg bug tracker]. Report issues for {{PAGENAME}} there.
   
 
==History==
 
==History==
==='''[[The Aether I|The Aether]]'''===
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==='''[[Aether II: Highlands]]'''===
*[[Version history|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]]'''===
 
*[[Version history|Initial release]]: Introduced
 
*[[1.6.4.2]]:
 
**[[Moa]]s no longer lay eggs while mounted.
 
**Moas now lay eggs at a very decreased rate.
 
 
==='''[[Planned versions|Upcoming]]'''===
 
 
*[[1.10b1]]:
 
*[[1.10b1]]:
 
**Comes in five pattern-types: Branched, Lined, Spotted, Radial, and Zipline
 
**Comes in five pattern-types: Branched, Lined, Spotted, Radial, and Zipline
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**Rainbow variant, acts as spawn egg
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**Can be cooked to produce [[Fried Moa Egg]]
 
**Now can be placed as blocks
 
**Now can be placed as blocks
 
**Eggs have random different patterns and colors instead of three preset ones
 
**Eggs have random different patterns and colors instead of three preset ones
 
**Moas now lay egg-blocks in the center of nest structures
 
**Moas now lay egg-blocks in the center of nest structures
 
**Stealing eggs will aggro Moas
 
**Stealing eggs will aggro Moas
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*[[1.12.2-1.0.0]]: No longer stackable
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*[[1.12.2-1.0.7]]: No longer considered full blocks
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*[[1.12.2-0.2.0]]: Placing Moa Eggs in survival no longer crashes the game
   
== Gallery ==
 
<gallery>
 
Moa_Eggs.png|From left, Blue Egg, White Egg, Black Egg.
 
</gallery>
 
   
 
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Latest revision as of 02:34, 22 November 2021

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Highlands

Aether I

Moa Egg
Type Item
Sell Value Gilt 1 
Durability No
Renewable Yes
Stackable No
Data Value 4212 (normal)
4213 (rainbow)
ID Name aether:moa_egg_item
aether:rainbow_moa_egg


Moa Egg is an item in the Aether. They come in varying colors and appearances, which denote the variant of Moa breed.

Obtaining[]

They are laid by wild Moas in their Moa Nests. Successfully stealing an egg will make nearby Moas aggro onto the player. Rainbow Moa Eggs are only obtainable via Creative Mode.

Usage[]

An Incubator must be preheated with Ambrosium Chunks before they can be hatched and then placing the egg in once fully heated will begin the hatching process, causing the Moa to hatch from the Incubator once it hits 100%.

Feeding a Baby Moa with Aechor Petals will make it mature to an adult and allow it to be saddled with a Moa Saddle. They can also be cooked in a Holystone Furnace to produce a Fried Moa Egg.

Rainbow Moa Eggs act like spawn eggs and will spawn a randomly colored Moa on each right-click use. Right-clicking the resulting Moa will give the egg it would normally give.

Data values[]

Moa Egg's data values are:

Name ID name DV
Grid Moa Egg.png Moa Egg aether:moa_egg_item 4212 (dec), 1074 (hex), 1000001110100 (bin)
Grid Rainbow Moa Egg.png Rainbow Moa Egg aether:rainbow_moa_egg 4213 (dec), 1075 (hex), 1000001110101 (bin)

Issues[]

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

History[]

Aether II: Highlands[]

  • 1.10b1:
    • Comes in five pattern-types: Branched, Lined, Spotted, Radial, and Zipline
    • Rainbow variant, acts as spawn egg
    • Can be cooked to produce Fried Moa Egg
    • 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
  • 1.12.2-1.0.0: No longer stackable
  • 1.12.2-1.0.7: No longer considered full blocks
  • 1.12.2-0.2.0: Placing Moa Eggs in survival no longer crashes the game


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Aether II

Aether I

AetherIIBlue Moa Egg
Grid layout None (small).png
Grid AetherIIWhite Moa Egg.png
Grid layout None (small).png
Grid AetherIIBlack Moa Egg.png
Type Item
Durability No
Renewable Yes
Stackable Yes (64)
Data Value 4096
ID Name aether:moaEgg


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
Display AetherIIBlue 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)

History[]

Aether II: Genesis of the Void[]

Gallery[]

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Aether II

Aether I

Blue Moa Egg
Grid layout None (small).png
Grid White Moa Egg.png
Grid layout None (small).png
Grid Black Moa Egg.png
Type Item
Durability No
Renewable Yes
Stackable Yes (64)
Data Value 17259
ID Name aether:MoaEgg


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. They are also uncommon Dungeon chest loot.

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.

Data values[]

Moa Egg's data values are:

Name ID name DV
Grid Blue Moa Egg.png Blue Moa Egg aether:MoaEgg 17259 (dec), 436B (hex), 100001101101011 (bin)

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

Gallery[]

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Aether II

Aether I

LegacyBlue Moa Egg
Grid layout None (small).png
Grid LegacyWhite Moa Egg.png
Grid layout None (small).png
Grid LegacyBlack Moa Egg.png
Grid layout None (small).png
Grid Orange Moa Egg.png
Grid layout None (small).png
Grid LegacyBrown Moa Egg.png
Type Item
Durability No
Renewable Yes
Stackable Yes (64)
Data Value 4546
ID Name aether_legacy:moa_egg


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. They are also uncommon Dungeon chest loot.

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.

Data values[]

Moa Egg's data values are:

Name ID name DV
Display LegacyBlue Moa Egg.png Moa Egg aether_legacy:moa_egg 4546 (dec), 11C2 (hex), 1000111000010 (bin)

Issues[]

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

History[]

Aether Legacy[]