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Corrupted Seeds
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CorruptedSeeds

A pouch of poisonous, corrupted seeds which grow into spiky grapple vines, entangling and slowly draining the life from its victims.

In-game description

The corrupted seeds are an artifact found in the Minecraft Dungeons DLC: Jungle Awakens.

Obtaining[]

Other[]

Usage[]

Abilities[]

  • X damage per second
  • Briefly entangles up to 8 mobs
  • Poisons entangled up to 8 mobs
  • X second cooldown

Entangle vine[]

Entangle Vine
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An entangle vine is a non-attackable entity which can be summoned by whisperers and corrupted seeds.

Appearance[]

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Behavior[]

When a hero uses corrupted seeds, it will summon a small patch of entangle vines which can trap mobs and other heroes for a few seconds before disappearing. It is also summoned when a whisperer stretches its arms forward and closes its palms.

Sounds[]

SoundDescription
Place
Drop
Pick Up

Achievements[]

Jungle Fungus

History[]

Minecraft Dungeons
1.1.1.0The internal files for corrupted seeds had been added into the game files.
May 29, 2020Jungle Awakens officially revealed, with a release date slated for July 2020. Corrupted Seeds will be a part of the Jungle Awakens DLC.
Jun 26, 2020Corrupted Seeds showcased alongside the release date for Jungle Awakens.
1.3.2.0Corrupted Seeds artifact.pngWhisperer Trap.pngAdded corrupted seeds and entangle vines.

See also[]

Data values[]

  • In the game files, the corrupted seeds are referred to internally as the CorruptedSeeds, and the Corrupted-Seeds.
  • In the game files, the entangle vine is referred to internally as the grappleVines, the Vine_Trap, the Whisperer_Trap, and the Whisperer_Trap_A.

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