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This page describes content that is a part of the Howling Peaks DLC. 

The logo for Howling Peaks.

Official artwork for the Howling Peaks

TREK TO THE TOP — A strange power takes hold atop the perilous peaks, and a brave hero must rise to the summit to defeat it. The trek to the top has bold highs and lows, from dazzling new armour, weapons, and artifacts to vicious new foes. At the center of the storm is the Tempest Golem, which must be stopped to hush the howling winds.

Pre-purchase Island Realms DLC description

The Howling Peaks is a paid DLC announced at Minecraft Live 2020 and released on December 9, 2020.[1][2][3][4][5][6] It is the third DLC in Minecraft Dungeons and is located in the Island Realms tab. It is the first DLC to have its own ambush, level intro, and boss fight music.

Unlike the previous two DLCs (Jungle Awakens and Creeping Winter), the Howling Peaks DLC is the first DLC that is not included in the Hero Pass. Instead, a new Season Pass was released that includes four DLCs. (Howling Peaks, Flames of the Nether, Hidden Depths, Echoing Void)

Appearance[]

The Howling Peaks island.

The Howling Peaks is a small island dominated by a large mountain with pathways trekking to the top; the summit of which, a sanctum was built atop it with a fancy temple. Beneath the summit lies an extension of the sanctum within the mountain. On the mountain side is a large wooden elevator shaft used for travel up the mountain. Around the mountain's base is a strongly fortified rampart, built to defend the mountain and the villages located by its snowy and autumn lands, which also compose the soil of the island, being filled with autumn leaves and small patches of trees.

Additions[]

The following is included in Howling Peaks:

Achievements[]

A Taste of Their Own Medicine Dress for Success Giant Slayer Herd Mentality Post Post Apocalypse Rampart Rampage Repeat Customer Taming the Storm Whirlwind Warrior Woolly Wisdom

Armor[]

Artifacts[]

Consumables[]

Effects[]

Added[]

Includes[]

Enchantments[]

Added[]

Free[]

Unused[]

Heroes[]

Locations[]

Added[]

Free[]

Mechanics[]

Added[]

  • Wind hazards that pushes entities and are puzzle components.

Includes[]

  • Low friction ice surfaces.

Mobs[]

Added[]

Mobs that are first introduced by Howling Peaks:

Includes[]

Mobs that appear in Howling Peaks but introduced in the Mainland or the Creeping Winter DLC:

Unused[]

Weapons[]

History[]

Minecraft Dungeons
October 3rd, 2020Howling Peaks announced during Minecraft Live 2020, with the release date set to be somewhere in December 2020.
1.5.0.0Added Howling Peaks island to the Island Realms screen.
Exists internally: many assets, such as textures and sounds.[more information needed] .
Nov 23, 2020Additional information on the Howling Peaks DLC, with the release date confirmed to be on December 9, 2020.
1.7.2.0Howling Peaks released.
1.7.3.0Fixed Satchel of Elements and Scatter Mines not being effected by Cooldown Reduction.
February 24, 2021Howling Peaks Daily Trials added.
1.8.0.0Added Windbeard.
Changed Ravager charge attack damage 350 -> 175
Changed Rampart Captain damage 440 -> 300
Changed Wind Caller updraft damage 110 -> 80
Changed Wind Bow quiver size +20%
Fixed Explosion effect appearing underground for the Mountaineer and Rampart Captain[7]
Fixed Squall Golems and Ravagers not attacking summoned mobs.[8]
Fixed Howling Peaks screen linking to the base game on the Nintendo eShop.
Fixed Baby Goat Cosmetic playing incorrect sound upon equipping.
Fixed Windswept Peaks lift gates not playing sounds when opening and closing.
1.8.6.0Fixed Llama (mob) being namedLlamamob.
1.10.2.0Added a new free mission, the Gauntlet of Gales.

Gallery[]

Minecraft Live 2020[]

Screenshots of the Howling Peaks DLC from Minecraft Live 2020:

Other[]

Screenshots of the Howling Peaks DLC from other sources:

References[]

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