- Creeper Woods
- Creepy Crypt
- Woodland Mansion
- Woodland Prison
- Soggy Swamp
- Soggy Cave
- Pumpkin Pastures
- Arch Haven
- Cacti Canyon
- Spider Cave
- Redstone Mines
- Fiery Forge
- Desert Temple (Arcade)
- Highblock Halls (Outside)
- Underhalls (Cellar)
- Dingy Jungle
- Panda Plateau
- Overgrown Temple
- Frozen Fjord (Arcade)
- Gale Sanctum
- Gauntlet of Gales
- Colossal Rampart
- Radiant Ravine (Secret area)
- The Stronghold
- Daily Trial
- Ancient Hunt
Creepers become passive if an ocelot is nearby. They also run away if they are currently being attacked by an ocelot.
- Basic attack
Creepers approach their target and explode, killing themselves and dealing massive amount of damage to any nearby entities.
One notable difference from the base game is that they can detonate while moving.
A charged creeper is a hostile mob and a more powerful variant of the base creeper.
- Basic attack
Charged creepers approach the hero and explode, killing themselves and dealing massive amount of damage to any nearby entities like their regular counterpart. But like charged creepers in the main Minecraft game, they deal much more damage than normal creepers. Their health is unaffected however.
The creeper has 100 HP in the code and 605 HP when Enchanted. On Default I, all mobs have 9.6% health and 12% damage of what is set in the code.
|Power||Min health||Max health|
- In the game files, creepers are referred to internally by the name
- In the game files, charged creepers are referred to internally by the name
|September 8, 2019||The developers experimented with throw-able creeper that would explode a few seconds after landing, but scrapped this idea in favor of TNT and regular creepers.|
|Dungeons Beta||Added creepers and charged creepers.|
Loading screen of Creeper Woods, with two creepers.
In a Twitter image, an ocelot and a creeper face off against each other.
- "Creepers are mean, green and full of nitroglycerin – perfect for hurling towards the enemy! Early on, we experimented with the ability to throw them, but soon scrapped the idea. Any guesses why?" – @dungeonsgame on Twitter, September 8, 2019
- "It's ocelot vs. creeper. Choose your champion!" – @dungeonsgame on Twitter, December 2, 2021