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Buzzy Nest
Buzzy Nest (MCD).png
Type

Filter consume default.png Artifact

Rarity

Common Common Rare Rare

Level ID

Beenest

Bee lovers and the bee-loved alike are fans of the Buzzy Nest, but don't be fooled by the cute bees within - they pack a powerful sting!

In-game description

A Buzzy Nest is an artifact that summons a few bees when placed, similar to Beenest Armor, found in Minecraft Dungeons.

Obtaining[]

Locations

Listed difficulties are considered to be the minimum difficulty the item is obtainable on unless stated otherwise.

Other

Usage[]

When placed down, buzzy nests spawn three bees that attack enemies. The bees disappear after a while. The nest disappears after ten seconds.

Bee[]

Bee
Bee (Dungeons).gif
Behavior

Passive (Heroes & Passive mobs)
Hostile (Enemies & Passive mobs targeted by a Hunting Bow and its variants)

A bee is a mob that gets summoned as part of a swarm when a buzzy nest is placed, when a hero wears beenest armor/beehive armor, or any weapon or armor enchanted with tumblebee or busy bee found in Minecraft Dungeons.

Appearance[]

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Spawning[]

Behavior[]

Unlike their normal counterparts, they don't lose their stinger and die after stinging, although they have a short life span, lasting up to thirty seconds. Upon death, bees fade into yellow smoke.

Upon being summoned, they attack nearby hostile mobs with their stingers.

Sounds[]

SoundDescription
Idle
Drop
Pick Up
Equip
Spawn
Use
Aggro
Bzz
Death
Hurt
Spawn
Sting

History[]

Minecraft Dungeons
1.4.3.0Buzzy Nest artifact.jpeg Added the Buzzy Nest.
1.4.3.0Bee (Dungeons).gif Added bees.

Trivia[]

  • Bees in Minecraft Dungeons are capable of blinking their eyes unlike its base game counterpart.
  • Five bees appear in a tweet from Minecraft Dungeons, with one of them staring straight, two of them staring at the first one, and the remaining two hovering in the background.[1]

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