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Geomancer
Geomancer.pngGeomancer Strong Attack.png
Behavior

Hostile

A geomancer is an elderly illager and hostile mob that has the ability to block and attack heroes by summoning stone walls and explosive walls found in Minecraft Dungeons.

Appearance[]

The geomancer is an illager mage that has a thick beard and eyebrows. It wears dark brown ragged clothing and an amethyst necklace around its neck. It is often seen with a walking stick and it uses this to summon walls of stone. Unlike other illagers, the geomancer has purple eyes instead of the normal blue or green eyes.

Spawning[]

Behavior[]

Between creating pillars, it tries to stay away from the hero by slowly walking. Geomancers raises two types of pillars out of the terrain using magic to assist other mobs.

Basic attack

Geomancers summons geomancer walls strategically to assist the other enemies and block heroes. After five seconds, it descends back into the ground.

Strong attack

Geomancers summons geomancer bombs close to the hero. After five seconds of continually sprouting orange cracks, it explodes with high damage within a small radius.

Geomancer Wall[]

Geomancer wall
Geomancer Wall.png
Behavior

Hostile

A geomancer wall is a non-attackable hostile mob summoned by geomancers.

Appearance[]

It is simple, rusty, stone-like, and has a creeper face. If summoned underground, it glows red.

Behavior[]

It can damage mobs that happen to walk through it.

Geomancer Bomb[]

Geomancer bomb
Geomancer Bomb.pngActive Geomancer Bomb.png
Behavior

Hostile

A geomancer bomb is a non-attackable hostile mob summoned by geomancers.

Appearance[]

Geomancer bombs are dark and stone-like. They have four faces, a happy and angry side, with a rune on its head.

Behavior[]

Geomancer bombs seem to be disarmed with a chunk of ice from the Ice Wand.

Health[]

The geomancer has 75 HP in the code. On Default I, all mobs have 9.6% health and 12% damage of what is set in the code.

Power Min Health
1 9
4 15.3
10 24.3
16 36.9
22 49.5
27 66.6
33 89.1
39 115.2
45 147.6
51 189.9
56 257.4
62 349.2
68 471.6
74 605.7
80 777.6
86 999
91 1359
97 1844.1
103 2498.4

Sounds[]

Current[]

SoundDescription
Attack
Death
Hurt
Idle
Pre-Attack

Old[]

SoundDescription
Death (Old)
Hurt (Old)
Idle (Old)
Summon Vocals (Old)

Walls[]

SoundDescription
Wall Hit
Wall Spawn
Wall Earth Erupt
Wall Sparkle
Wall Pulse Hit

Bomb[]

SoundDescription
Spawn Bomb
Bomb Load


Frostwarden[]

This article is about the ancient mob in Minecraft Dungeons. For the unseen illager in Minecraft Dungeons, see MCD:Warden. For the hostile mob in the Minecraft 1.19 The Wild Update, see Warden. For the character in Minecraft: Story Mode, see Minecraft Story Mode:The Warden.

The arena where the Frostwarden is summoned and battled.

The Frostwarden is the ancient variant of the Geomancer encountered during Ancient Hunts with the minimum offering of the following runes:

This ancient resides within a Frosted Fjord-themed arena and possesses, at minimum, the following enchantments:

10 Enchanted Iceologers act as the ancient's minions, possessing the following enchantments:

Upon defeating the Frostwarden, a gilded variant of the following items will drop as a reward:

Animation[]

Geomancer Summoning walls .gif

Geomancers have a summoning walls animation in the game files. This animation is unused in Minecraft Dungeons. However this animation is used in the MCD:Arcade version. [1]

Relations[]

  • Lightning rod — Crafted by illager geomancers, this item is enchanted with the power of a storming sky.

History[]

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Trivia[]

  • In the game files, the geomancer is referred to internally as the Geomancer and the IllagerGeomancer.
  • In the game files, the geomancer bomb is referred to internally as the GeomancerBomb and the Geomancer_Pillar_Bomb.
  • In the game files, the geomancer wall is referred to internally as the GeomancerWall and the Geomancer_Pillar_Wall.

Issues[]

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