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I personally think that, if we are truly to educate people on these creatures, we should include their sizes, rounded up to the nearest tenth of a block. This would probably be really helpful to some people and I know it would be important to me. The only problem is, I don't exactly know how to get these sizes. I tried measuring an elder guardian once, and it wouldn't hold still long enough for me to get the measurements. If this sounds like something interesting them maybe someone could help do it. Here, I'll start: Creeper: size: 2 blocks tall, 1 block wide, and 1 block long. I hope this helps. Please take this under consideration. (for reference, only mobs smaller than 1 block should be listed in tenths of a block, as other mobs at a larger scale would just be confusing at tenths, also multi-mob-mobs, like the spider jockey, should be listed for the size of each mob individually and their size together). Hope you like this. Brickticks (talk) 15:15, 6 February 2015 (UTC)