Update to Tamed centaur: Implication of centaur armor slot for equipping centaur armor, enchanted centaur armor and food for nourishment:
–Equipment can be placed on a centaur by holding it and then right-clicking on the centaur, or by accessing its inventory. Centaur’s inventory can be accessed by mounting the centaur and opening the player inventory or by sneaking and then pressing the "open inventory" button on the centaur. A centaur can be equipped with apples, carrots, sweet berries and pie to recover health. Similar to a tamed horse, a centaur's inventory has two slots, one for a saddle and one for centaur armor.
–Orders to either "follow" the player, "patrol the area" in a [x] block radius, or "wander freely about" by sneaking and interacting with them with an empty hand. Centaurs can be ordered to follow by pressing use on them, made to patrol the area, or wander freely about with another press of use.
–A centaur automatically patrols the area when first tamed. While patrolling, they do not follow the player. However, if the player fights a mob near them, they are likely to join the fight. When the fight is over, they go back to patrolling. Centaurs follow the player if it is pushed into water or injured while patrolling.
–Centaurs find paths to their targets if attacking, even in difficult terrain and navigate along the edges of cliffs. Centaurs attack their targets by melee or shooting arrows at them in exactly the same manner as normal centaurs. Tamed centaurs attack any animal the player starts to attack. When its health drops below [x]%, it will begin avoiding any players or mobs close to it while it recovers its health.