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How to Summon a Giant in Minecraft

This Minecraft tutorial explains how to summon a giant with screenshots and step-by-step instructions.

You can summon a giant whenever you want using a cheat (game command) in Minecraft. This is done using the /summon command.


Let's explore how to do this.

Supported Platforms

The command to summon a giant is available in the following versions of Minecraft:

* The version that it was added or removed, if applicable.
NOTE: Pocket Edition (PE), Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, and Windows 10 Edition are now called Bedrock Edition. We will continue to show them individually for version history.


To run game commands in Minecraft, you have to turn cheats on in your world.

Summon Command

Summon Command in Minecraft Java Edition (PC/Mac)

In Minecraft Java Edition (PC/Mac) 1.11, 1.12, 1.13, 1.14, 1.15 and 1.16, the syntax to summon a giant using the /summon command is:

/summon giant [pos] [nbt]

In Minecraft Java Edition (PC/Mac) 1.8, 1.9 and 1.10, the syntax to summon a giant is:

/summon Giant [x] [y] [z] [dataTag]


  • pos or x y z is optional. It is the x y z coordinate where the giant should spawn. If no coordinate is specified, the giant will spawn in the current location.
  • nbt or dataTag is optional. It is a compound NBT tag (formerly called data tag) that sets a property for the giant such as {NoAI:1}. See NBT tags for giant.


Example in Java Edition (PC/Mac) 1.13, 1.14, 1.15 and 1.16

To summon a giant in Minecraft 1.13, 1.14, 1.15 and 1.16:

/summon giant

To summon a giant named Fred:

/summon giant ~ ~ ~ {CustomName:"\"Fred\""}

Example in Java Edition (PC/Mac) 1.11 and 1.12

To summon a giant in Minecraft 1.11 and 1.12:

/summon giant

To summon a giant named Fred:

/summon giant ~ ~ ~ {CustomName:Fred}

Example in Java Edition (PC/Mac) 1.8, 1.9 and 1.10

To summon a giant in Minecraft 1.8, 1.9 and 1.10:

/summon Giant

To summon a giant named Argos:

/summon Giant ~ ~ ~ {CustomName:Argos}

How to Enter the Command

1. Open the Chat Window

The easiest way to run a command in Minecraft is within the chat window. The game control to open the chat window depends on the version of Minecraft:

  • For Java Edition (PC/Mac), press the key to open the chat window.

2. Type the Command

In this example, we are going to summon a giant in Minecraft Java Edition (PC/Mac) 1.14 with the following command:

/summon giant

Type the command in the chat window. As you are typing, you will see the command appear in the lower left corner of the game window. Press the key to run the command.

summon giant

Once the cheat has been entered, the giant will spawn and appear in your world:

completed summon giant

You will see the message "Summoned new Giant" appear in the lower left corner of the game window to indicate that the giant has been summoned. You may need to look behind you to see it.

Congratulations, you have summoned a giant in Minecraft.

Command Generators

If you need help with /summon commands, you can use these tools to automatically generate commands for you:

Other Summon Cheats

You can use other summon commands in Minecraft such as:

Sours: https://www.digminecraft.com/game_commands/summon_giant.php

How to summon a Giant Zombie in Minecraft

Mobs in Minecraft are a wonderful part of the game, especially hostile ones. Hostile mobs provide some really good loot apart from being a good challenge for players. Playing on peaceful is fine, but when hunger strikes and mobs are attacking, it is a whole new game.

The only downside to these mobs is that they're not particularly challenging. Even an Enderman is no problem with the right sword. Zombies might be the easiest mob to defeat as many players have even resorted to just using their fists to fight them off.

The only real problem with Minecraft is the lack of "medium" level mobs. There are a lot of good low-level mobs, like zombies, spiders and Endermen. Then there are the bosses: the Elder Guardian, the Wither, the Ender Dragon and now the Warden.

Thankfully, with a command, Minecraft players can summon a "medium" level entity: the Giant Zombie.

Summoning the Giant Zombie in Minecraft

Any mob can be summoned in Minecraft. The summon command is a cheat, though, and will need to be activated before using it. This can be done in the world settings, either before or after world creation.

It will disable achievements, but from then on, cheats will be activated.

The summon command is available on all platforms. However, the Giant Zombie only exists for Java Edition. To summon this massive creature, the syntax is as follows: "/summon giant [pos] [nbt]."

Although the position tags are optional, they will help the entity go where the player wants.

Fortunately, there are no other giant entities in Minecraft. That's why the "giant" tag is all that is required to summon a Giant Zombie. It can be given a name with a special tag, "~ ~ ~ {CustomName:Fred}", after the word giant.

The "summoned new Giant" tag will appear in the chat (where the command was initially typed) and the Giant Zombie should appear right in front of the player.

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Introduction: How to Summon Giant Zombies in Vanilla Minecraft!

In this instructable, I will show you how to summon Huge Zombies (aka Giants) in Vanilla Minecraft!

Step 1: Supplies

All you will need is:

1 command block

1 button or switch (something to power the command block with)


You can just type the code (from the command block) in the conversation section.

Step 2: Command Block

If you are in 1.8 or later,

Type in "/give YourName minecraft:command_block"

If you are in an earlier version than 1.8 then,

Type in "/give YourName 137"

Now that you have your command block, place it where you want your zombie to spawn/be summoned.

Hold down Shift and right click the command block with a button.

This will allow you to place the button on the command block without opening the coding area.

Step 3: The Actual Code

Now, right click the command block.

Type this in the top text area: /summon Giant ~ ~3 ~2

The three ~ signs mean x, y, and z.

I typed 3 in the y variable because then the giant would spawn 3 blocks above the command block and not in it.

I typed 2 in the z variable so it would spawn 2 blocks away from the command block.

You can mess around with these numbers to get familiar with them.

Step 4: Click the Button!

Click the button on the command block.

It should spawn a GIANT zombie!

The hit spots on the zombie are its feet and its stomach.

It will not attack you in survival.

It doesn't burn in the sunlight also!

You can name it with a name tag, but the name shows up inside his head.

I think I'll name him George.

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Health points

100♥ × 50


Hostile (no AI)


Easy: 26♥ × 13
Normal: 50♥ × 25
Hard: 75♥ × 37.5

Hitbox size

Height: 12 Blocks
Width: 3.6 Blocks


Light level of 11 or above and light level of 8 or below simultaneously
Conditions cannot be met in vanilla

Giants are unused, over-sized mobs that look like zombies. They previously spawned naturally in Indev.


Giants drop 5 when killed and have a chance of dropping some of its equipment if it has any.


No biome includes giants on their spawn lists, so they can never spawn naturally. The earliest available Infdev build (June 18, 2010) does not include Giants in the global spawn list, unless using mods.

Additionally, giants simultaneously require a light level greater than 11 and less than 8. This effectively makes it impossible to make them appear through mob spawners.


Giants can be spawned using commands such as .


Giants are close to 12 blocks tall, and it uses a six-times-enlarged zombie model.

Because giants are not actually undead, they do not burn in sunlight and they are damaged by potions of harming. Iron golems attack giants as they attack other hostile mobs.

Giants also do not convert into drowned when submerged in water. Instead, they slowly suffocate and die.

Giants currently have no AI. The consequence of this is that they always face south when summoned and stay that way, never wandering, turning their head, chasing the player, or responding to damage except for taking knock-back. A giant's viewing direction can be changed only with commands or by shoving it into a minecart that faces a different direction.

Giants are in Legacy Console Edition, although they require external modifications for their spawn egg to be placed in the player's inventory, or world corruption.

Giants can move if ridden by another mob using NBT Tags.

Data values[]


Entity data[]

See also: Entity format

Giants have entity data associated with them that contain various properties.


Java Edition Indev
0.3120100205Zombie JE2 BE1.png Added giants.
Giants act like any normal hostile mob – they walk toward the player until they are touching them. However, the giant is not able to "touch" anything unless standing on top of it, making it hard for them to do combat against opponents.
Java Edition
1.0.0RC1The hurt sounds that giants make have been changed since they were using the same sound that is used when the player is hurt. Any physical damage now plays a "tick" sound, and damage from falling now plays sounds like that sound like bones breaking, as in previous versions, whenever the giant was damaged, they would make a deep "Ooh!" sound.
1.4.212w38aThe hurt sounds for giants have been changed once again as a result of the player hurt sounds changing.
1.7.213w36aGiants can now be spawned without mods by using the new command.
1.814w06aArmor on giants is now rendered. This originated from a bug in 14w05a, which caused all mobs to render worn armor. In repairing this bug, Grum has now allowed giants to render armor.
Giants' AI has been removed.
1.1116w32aThe entity ID of giants has been changed from to like with all other entities in this version.
1.1418w43aZombie JE3 BE2.png The texture of giants have been changed as a result of the zombie texture change.
18w50aGiants now use zombie AI (for instance, they move and burn in sunlight) and NBT data.
Giants now have the zombie hurt sound effect.
Giants no longer have the player hurt sound effect.
Giants now move twice as fast as zombies and burn in the sun.
Giants now attack and infect villagers.
Baby Zombie JE2 BE2.pngGiants now also have a baby variant.
18w50a Giant Jockey.pngGiants now also have a chicken jockey variant.
19w03aThe giant changes in snapshot 18w50a have been reverted.
Legacy Console Edition
TU1CU1Zombie JE2 BE1.png Added giants.
Giants cannot be spawned without modifying the game.


Giants are an unsupported mob and as such issues relating to them may not be fixed.


  • Because giants need to have a light level both less than 8 and greater than 11 to spawn, they don't spawn from monster spawners. However, this spawn condition can be bypassed with a custom spawner, if it attempts to spawn an entity with valid spawn conditions riding a giant.
  • Iron golems have the same HP as these mobs.
  • If the player names a giant using a name tag, its name appears inside its head.
  • Giants share the exact same model as the zombie. This means that changes made to the zombie model (for example, using a resource pack) change the giant's as well.
  • Notch mentioned Giant Zombies as a suggestion for a prefix mob along with other examples: "Burning Spider" and "Cobble Creeper" in a Bro-craft stream.
  • Notch removed the giants spawning capabilities because "they are too overpowered". He did not remove them entirely because "they are just too cool to remove".
  • If a giant is riding a minecart, it hovers way above it.
  • If a mob is riding a giant, unless it's a large slime or magma cube, a ghast, or the ender dragon, it is hidden inside the giant's head.
  • Giants have the same hurt sound as the player does.
  • Players are unable to attack a giant's head and torso unless they are positioned near the bottom of the giant. Projectiles such as arrows can hit these areas as normal.
  • Giants, being capable of dealing 26♥ × 13 to 75♥ × 37.5, and having 100♥ × 50 health, means they would be the strongest and the hardest-to-kill mob in the game, capable of killing players without armor in one hit even in Easy difficulty. However, as of the 1.8 update, Giants have no AI so they cannot harm the player.
  • Giants may spawn naturally in some dimensions from the Java Edition 20w14∞ snapshot, as well as Illusioners, this is due to the fact that the multiple dimensions from this snapshot have random mob spawn properties.
  • Killing a Giant cannot give the player the Monster Hunter Achievement.


  • A giant next to a normal size zombie.

  • Two giants summoned wearing equipment.

  • A giant burning in a pool of lava.

  • A giant mob being seen from a player.


Sours: https://minecraft.fandom.com/wiki/Giant

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How to summon giants in Minecraft easily

Giants are somewhat of an easter egg in Minecraft Java Edition but actually do exist in the game files and were added all the way back in 2010. Despite existing in the code, there is no natural way for giants to spawn by themselves in a regular survival world.

However, players can use commands to spawn giants into their own world or alternatively on their Minecraft server. This guide will explain the exact commands needed and how to execute them in order to spawn in as many giants as desired.

The best way to spawn a giant in Minecraft Java Edition

There are several possible ways in which players can spawn a giant in Minecraft Java, each of which essentially ends up with the same result.

The easiest method is typically through typing the /summon command, which can be used to spawn in any mob that exists in the game files. This, of course, includes the giant.

Command to spawn giant in Minecraft Java versions 1.11, 1.12, 1.13, 1.14, 1.15, 1.16, 1.17:

/summon giant

Players can further specify the position where the giant will be spawned by adding the respective coordinates onto the end of the command, as follows:

/summon giant [x] [y] [z]

If players are trying to summon a giant on a Minecraft version below 1.11, the correct command to use is: /summon Giant

Players must ensure that the "G" in the word "Giant" is capitalized in this instance.

How to spawn a giant in Minecraft Bedrock Edition?

Spawning a giant in the Bedrock Edition of the game is significantly more challenging than when playing the Java Edition. This is primarily due to the fact that the vanilla Bedrock Edition of the game does not contain the files for a giant mob in the game code like the Java Edition notoriously does.

Unfortunately, this makes it pretty much impossible to spawn a giant mob on a Minecraft server for everyone to see without the use of mods/datapacks.

However, it is possible to download a third-party Minecraft Bedrock mod in order to simply enlarge the zombie mob, therefore giving off the appearance of a giant.

Minecraft Bedrock Giant mod download

Players unfamiliar with installing mods on Minecraft Bedrock Edition can check out the helpful video tutorial below:

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