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Golem Kit
Golem Kit (MCD).png
Type

Filter consume default.png Artifact

Rarity

Common Common Rare Rare

Level ID

GolemKit

Iron Golems have always protected the Villagers of the Overworld. Their numbers are dwindling as a result of the Arch Illager's war.

In-game description

The Golem Kit is an artifact in Minecraft Dungeons that summons an Iron Golem when used, similar to the Tasty Bone and Wonderful Wheat.

Obtaining[]

Locations:[]

Other:[]

Usage[]

When summoned, an Iron Golem will follow the hero until hostile mobs are in its range, at which point it will walk over to the target and attack it, dealing heavy damage.

Abilities[]

  • X summon damage
  • 30 seconds cooldown

Iron Golem[]

Iron Golem
Iron Golem (Dungeons).png
Behavior

Passive/Neutral (Heroes & Passive mobs)
Hostile (Enemies & Passive mobs targeted by a Hunting Bow and its variants)
Hostile (as a powerful mob)

An Iron Golem is a large mob found in Minecraft Dungeons. They are the biggest and strongest summoned mob in the game.

Spawning[]

Behavior[]

An iron golem can be summoned when using a Golem Kit. They can cause significant damage by swinging their arms, and they withstand significant damage. An iron golem has two types of attacks:

Basic Attack
Strong Attack

Sounds[]

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The specific instructions are: the sound of the iron golem's attacks.
SoundDescription
Place
Death
Hurt
Idle
Summon
Throw
Walk

History[]

Minecraft Dungeons
Dungeons BetaGolem Kit (MCD).png Added the Golem Kit.
Iron Golem (Dungeons).png Added the Iron Golem.
1.3.2.0Iron Golems have 25% more health.

Trivia[]

  • Unlike in the base game, iron golems have their own idle sounds, which sound like faint breathing.
  • Unlike the base-game iron golem, iron golems in Minecraft Dungeons are hostile toward creepers. They can also be hostile toward passive mobs that have been attacked with a Hunting Bow or its unique variants.
  • The iron golem uses the same attack animations as the enderman.
  • The iron golem has glowing eyes, unlike in the base game.

Issues[]

Issues relating to "Golem Kit" are maintained on the bug tracker. Report issues there.

Gallery[]


See also[]

References[]

  1. Some blacksmiths see the design influence of Iron Golems in this property-shifting armor.
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