So, I was testing out the new snapshot (18w45a) when all of a sudden I found a group of pillagers. I wanted to see where they were going so I slowly tracked them. When they crossed the river, I noticed that the illager in the group acted very strangely. It spun around in the tall seagrass. I broke the seagrass and the illager started behaving normally. I tested my theory one more time and it turned out to do the same a second time.
What I expected to happen was:
that they would act completely normal. I thought they were just going to swim to the bank.
What actually happened was:
that the illager in the group spun around in the seagrass while the others just acted normally.
Steps to Reproduce:
- find a group of pillagers. make sure they're heading to a river.
- Take bone meal and place it in the path of the group of pillagers, making sure that there is a lot of seagrass.
- Observe what happens to the different pillagers.
- The illager in the group should spin around in the seagrass while the others act completely normal
I'll provide video evidence to this issue in order to help out.