Minecraft Dungeons:Mob

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For mobs in original games of Minecraft Dungeons, see Mob.

There are several mobs exclusively found in Minecraft Dungeons that are not present in the base game, Minecraft.

List of Mainland mobs[edit]

Mobs are listed and classified by their nature in regard to the player as below. For more details on a particular mob, click and view their individual page.

Passive[edit]

Main article: MCD:Animal
CowFace.png PiggyBankFace.png SheepFace (Dungeons).png
Cow Piggy Bank Sheep
Main article: MCD:Golem
KeyGolemFace.gif
Key Golem

NPC[edit]

Main article: MCD:Camp
LuxuryMerchantFace.png MysteryMerchantFace.png VillageMerchantFace.png
Luxury Merchant Mystery Merchant Village Merchant
Main article: MCD:Camp
Dungeons BlacksmithFace.png GiftWrapperFace.png
Blacksmith Gift Wrapper
Main article: MCD:Camp
Main article: MCD:Piglins
PiglinMerchantFace.png
Piglin Merchant

Summons[edit]

Main article: MCD:Summons
Main article: MCD:Animal
BatFace (Dungeons).png EnchantedSheepFace.gif TraderLlamaFace (Dungeons).png WolfFace.png
Bat Enchanted Sheep Llama Wolf
Main article: MCD:Summons
Main article: MCD:Arthropod
BeeFace.png
Bee
Main article: MCD:Summons
Main article: MCD:Golem
IronGolemFace (Dungeons).png
Iron Golem
Main article: MCD:Summons
Main article: MCD:Ghostlike mobs
SoulWizardFace.png
Soul Wizard

Decorative pets[edit]

Pets that can be summoned by the player, but are non-attackable and passive mobs in-game. These pets cannot attack mobs, but they still take damage and are affected by player auras but they don't die.[1]

Main article: MCD:Animal
PigFace.png
Baby Pig

Non-alive[edit]

Main article: MCD:Non-alive mobs

Non-alive mobs are mobs that are not "living", but they can still interact with the player and they are in the game files as mobs.

EvokerFangsFace.png GeomancerBombFace.png GeomancerWallFace.png Minecart (Dungeons).gif
Evoker Fang Geomancer Bomb Geomancer Wall Minecart
TargetDummyFace.png RedstoneSentryFace.png SpawnerFace.png RedCarpet.png
Target Dummy Redstone Sentry Mob Spawner Woodland Sentry

Non-attackable[edit]

VillagerFace.png
Villager
Main article: MCD:Animal
BatFace (Dungeons).png PigFace.png WolfFace.png
Bat[2] Pig Wolf[3]

Objective[edit]

Main article: MCD:Objective

Objective mobs are kidnapped passive or neutral mobs that the player need to save during a mission. When mobs become target mobs they become non-attackable.[4]

VillagerFace.png
Villager

Mob-like features[edit]

Main article: MCD:Mob-like features
Main article: MCD:Animal

A feature that looks like a mob, but the in-game data doesn't note that this is a mob. Examples include statues or entities that only act as ambience in a level.

VultureFace.png
Vulture
Main article: MCD:Mob-like features
Main article: MCD:Ghostlike mobs
WispFace.png
Wisp

Hostile[edit]

Main article: MCD:Undead
ArmoredSkeletonFace.png NecromancerFace.png SkeletonFace (Dungeons).png SkeletonVanguardFace.png
Armored Skeleton Necromancer Skeleton Skeleton Vanguard
Main article: MCD:Undead
ArmoredZombieFace.png ZombieFace (Dungeons).png HuskFace.png ZombieFace (Dungeons).png
Armored Zombie Baby Zombie Husk Zombie
Main article: MCD:Undead
Main article: MCD:Animal
ChickenJockeyFace.png ChickenJockeyMultipleFace.png
Chicken Jockey Chicken Jockey Tower
Main article: MCD:Animal
ChickenFace.png MooshroomFace (Dungeons).png
Chicken Mooshroom
Main article: MCD:Arthropod
CaveSpiderFace (Dungeons).png SpiderFace.png
Cave Spider Spider
Main article: MCD:Natural mobs
ChargedCreeperFace (Dungeons).png CreeperFace (Dungeons).png SlimeFace (Dungeons).png
Charged Creeper Creeper Slime
Main article: MCD:Natural mobs
PurpleSlimeFace.png
Pink Slime
Main article: MCD:Golem
RedstoneCubeFace.png RedstoneGolemFace.png
Redstone Cube Redstone Golem (mob)

WitchFace (Dungeons).png

Witch
Main article: MCD:Ghostlike mobs

VexFace (Dungeons).png

Vex
Main article: MCD:Ghostlike mobs
WraithFace.png
Wraith
Main article: MCD:Illager
ArmoredVindicatorFace.gif EnchanterFace.png RoyalGuardFace.png Vindicator&PillagerFace (Dungeons).png VindicatorChefFace(Dungeons).png
Armored Vindicator Enchanter Royal Guard Vindicator Vindicator Chef
Main article: MCD:Illager
ArmoredPillagerFace.gif GeomancerFace.png Vindicator&PillagerFace (Dungeons).png
Armored Pillager Geomancer Pillager

Mini bosses[edit]

Main article: MCD:Mini boss
EndermanFace.png
Enderman
Main article: MCD:Mini boss
Main article: MCD:Undead
SkeletonHorsemanFace (Dungeons).png
Skeleton Horseman
Main article: MCD:Mini boss
Main article: MCD:Golem
RedstoneGolemFace.png
Redstone Golem
Main article: MCD:Mini boss
Main article: MCD:Illager
EvokerFace (Dungeons).png RaidCaptainFace.gif
Evoker Raid Captain

Main bosses[edit]

Main article: MCD:Boss
HeartOfEnderFace.png
Heart of Ender
Main article: MCD:Boss
Main article: MCD:Undead
NamelessOneFace.png
Nameless One
Main article: MCD:Boss
Main article: MCD:Golem
MooshroomMonstrosityFace.png RsMonstrosityFace.png
Mooshroom Monstrosity Redstone Monstrosity
Main article: MCD:Boss
CorruptedCauldronFace.png
Corrupted Cauldron
Main article: MCD:Boss
Main article: MCD:Illager

Arch-IllagerFace.png

Arch-Illager

Special mobs[edit]

The special mobs are unclassified. They have special spawn generations, or have the same behavior and appearance with other mobs to make players confused.

AncientHuntsFace.png EnchantedMobFace.png HeartOfEnderFace.png
Ancient Mobs Enchanted Mobs Arch-Vessel
Main article: MCD:Undead
NamelessOneFace.png PhantomFace.png
False King Phantom

Unimplemented mobs[edit]

Unimplemented mobs are mobs that are available in the game files, but do not appear anywhere in the game.

Main article: MCD:Unused features
QuestGiverFace.png
Quest Giver
Main article: MCD:Arthropod
WebSpiderFace.png
Web Spider

Scrapped mobs[edit]

Scrapped mobs are mobs that were in the beta version but possibly scrapped mid development or were planned but not actually added, and are not planned to be added.

Main article: MCD:Unused features
Mason
VillagerFace.png
Main article: MCD:Natural mobs

Dungeons Jack'o'LanternFace.png

Jack o' Lantern

Removed mobs[edit]

Main article: MCD:Removed features

Mobs that were once in the full game, but removed in an update.

ArmorerFace.png TraderLlamaFace (Dungeons).png WanderingTraderFace.png
Old Blacksmith Trader Llama Wandering Trader

List of Island Realms mobs[edit]

Jungle Awakens[edit]

Vine Whip (MCD).png
This section describes content that is a part of the Jungle Awakens DLC. 
These mobs are in the Jungle Awakens DLC pack.

Passive[edit]

Main article: MCD:Animal
OcelotFace.png PandaFace (Dungeons).png
Ocelot [5] Panda/Baby Panda
Main article: MCD:Natural mobs
QuickGrowingVine.png
Quick Growing Vine

Decorative pets[edit]

Main article: MCD:Animal
ParrotFace.png
Parrot

Non-alive[edit]

Main article: MCD:Non-alive mobs
Main article: MCD:Natural mobs
AbominationVine.png EntagleVineFace.png
Abomination Vine Entangle Vine

Non-attackable[edit]

Main article: MCD:Animal
PandaFace (Dungeons).png
Panda/Baby Panda

Objective[edit]

Main article: MCD:Objective
Main article: MCD:Animal
PandaFace (Dungeons).png
Panda

Hostile[edit]

Main article: MCD:Undead
Main article: MCD:Natural mobs
JungleZombieFace.png MossySkeletonFace.png
Jungle Zombie Mossy Skeleton
Main article: MCD:Natural mobs
LeapleafFace.png PoisonQuillVineFace.png WhispererFace.png
Leapleaf Poison-Quill Vine Whisperer

Main boss[edit]

Main article: MCD:Natural mobs
Main article: MCD:Boss
JungleAbominationFace.png
Jungle Abomination

Creeping Winter[edit]

Ice Wand (MCD).png
This section describes content that is a part of the Creeping Winter DLC. 
These mobs are in the Creeping Winter DLC pack.

Passive[edit]

Main article: MCD:Animal
RabbitFace (Dungeons).png
Rabbit

Decorative pets[edit]

Main article: MCD:Animal
SnowFoxFace.png
Arctic Fox

Non-alive[edit]

Main article: MCD:Non-alive mobs
Main article: MCD:Natural mobs
IceChunkFace.png
Ice Chunk

Neutral[edit]

Main article: MCD:Animal

PolarBearFace (Dungeons).png

Polar Bear

Mob-like features[edit]

Main article: MCD:Mob-like features
Main article: MCD:Animal

HorseFace (Dungeons).gif

Horse

Hostile[edit]

Main article: MCD:Natural Mobs
Main article: MCD:Undead
FrozenZombieFace.png

StrayFace (Dungeons).png

Frozen Zombie Stray
Main article: MCD:Natural Mobs
IcyCreeperFace.png
Icy Creeper
Main article: MCD:Illager
IceologerFace.png
Iceologer

Mini bosses[edit]

Main article: MCD:Illager
Main article: MCD:Mini boss

IllusionerFace (Dungeons).png

Illusioner

Special mobs[edit]

Main article: MCD:Illager

IllusionerFace (Dungeons).png

Illusioner Clone

Main boss[edit]

Main article: MCD:Undead
Main article: MCD:Boss
WretchedWraithFace.png
Wretched Wraith

Howling Peaks[edit]

Updraft Tome (MCD).png
This section describes content that is a part of the Howling Peaks DLC. 
These mobs are in the Howling Peaks DLC pack.

Passive[edit]

Main article: MCD:Animal
WoolyCowFace.png
Wooly Cow

Decorative pets[edit]

Main article: MCD:Animal
BabyGoatFace.png
Baby Goat

Neutral[edit]

Main article: MCD:Animal
GoatFace.png

LlamaFace (Dungeons).png

Goat Llama

Non-attackable[edit]

Main article: MCD:Animal

LlamaFace (Dungeons).png

Llama

Objective[edit]

Main article: MCD:Objective
Main article: MCD:Animal

LlamaFace (Dungeons).png

Llama

Hostile[edit]

Main article: MCD:Illager
ArmoredMountaineerFace.gif MountaineerFace.png RampartCaptainFace.png WindCallerFace.png
Armored Mountaineer Mountaineer Rampart Captain Wind Caller

RavagerFace (Dungeons).png

Ravager
Main article: MCD:Golem
SquallGolemFace.png
Squall Golem

Main boss[edit]

Main article: MCD:Boss
Main article: MCD:Golem

Tempest Golem Face.png

Tempest Golem

Scrapped mobs[edit]

Main article: MCD:Unused features
Main article: MCD:Illager
ArmoredMountaineerFace2.png
Unused Armored Mountaineer

Hidden Depths[edit]

Drowned Necromancer.png
This section describes content that is a part of the Hidden Depths DLC. 
These mobs are in the Hidden Depths DLC pack.

Passive[edit]

Main article: MCD:Animal

TurtleFace (Dungeons).png

GlowSquidFace.png SquidFace.png

TurtleFace (Dungeons).png

Baby Turtle (mob)[6] Glow Squid Squid Turtle
Main article: MCD:Natural mobs
QuickGrowingAnemoneFace.png
Quick Growing Anemone

Decorative pets[edit]

Main article: MCD:Animal
TurtleFace (Dungeons).png
Baby Turtle

Non-alive[edit]

Main article: MCD:Non-alive mobs
Main article: MCD:Natural mobs
Main article: MCD:Animal
ClamFace.png
Clam
Main article: MCD:Natural mobs
File:EntangleAnemoneFace.png
Entangle Anemone

Neutral[edit]

Main article: MCD:Animal
DolphinFace.png PufferfishFace.png
Dolphin Pufferfish

Non-attackable[edit]

Main article: MCD:Animal
TropicalFishBody.png TurtleFace (Dungeons).png
Tropical Fish Turtle

Objective[edit]

Main article: MCD:Objective
Main article: MCD:Animal
TurtleFace (Dungeons).png
Turtle

Hostile[edit]

GuardianFace.png
Guardian
Main article: MCD:Undead
Main article: MCD:Natural mobs
ArmoredSunkenSkeletonFace.gif SunkenSkeletonFace.png
Armored Sunken Skeleton Sunken Skeleton
ArmoredDrownedFace.gif ArmoredDrownedFace.gif DrownedFace.png DrownedFace.png DrownedFace.png
Armored Drowned Armored Trident Drowned Baby Drowned Drowned Trident Drowned
Main article: MCD:Natural mobs
PoisonAnemoneFace.png TropicalSlimeFace.png WavewhispererFace.png
Poison Anemone Tropical Slime Wavewhisperer

Mini bosses[edit]

Main article: MCD:Mini boss
ElderGuardianFace.png
Elder Guardian
Main article: MCD:Undead
Main article: MCD:Natural mobs
Main article: MCD:Mini boss
DrownedNecromancerFace.png
Drowned Necromancer

Main boss[edit]

Main article: MCD:Boss
AncientGuardianFace.png
Ancient Guardian

Scrapped mobs[edit]

Main article: MCD:Animal
CodBody.png SalmonBody.png
Cod Salmon

List of Other Dimensions mobs[edit]

Flames of the Nether[edit]

Ghast (Dungeons).png
This section describes content that is a part of the Flames of the Nether DLC. 
These mobs are in the Flames of the Nether DLC pack.

Decorative pets[edit]

Main article: MCD:Ghostlike mobs
BabyGhastFace.png
Baby Ghast

Non-alive[edit]

Main article: MCD:Non-alive mobs
BlazeSpawnerFace.png
Blaze Spawner
Main article: MCD:Natural mobs

Blue Nethershroom.png

Blue Nethershroom

Mob-like features[edit]

Main article: MCD:Mob-like features

StriderFace.png

Strider

Hostile[edit]

BlazeFace.png MagmaCubeFace.png
Blaze Magma Cube
Main article: MCD:Undead
WitherSkeletonFace (Dungeons).png WitherSkeletonFace (Dungeons).png
Wither Skeleton Wither Skeleton Archer
Main article: MCD:Undead
Main article: MCD:Piglins
ZombifiedArmoredPiglinFace.gif ZombifiedArmoredPiglinHunterFace.gif ZombifiedFungusThrowerFace.png ZombifiedPiglinFace (Dungeons).png ZombifiedPiglinFace (Dungeons).png
Zombified Armored Piglin Zombified Armored Piglin Hunter Zombified Fungus Thrower Zombified Piglin Zombified Piglin Hunter
Main article: MCD:Piglins
ArmoredPiglinFace.gif ArmoredPiglinHunterFace.gif FungusThrowerFace.png PiglinFace (Dungeons).png PiglinFace (Dungeons).png
Armored Piglin Armored Piglin Hunter Fungus Thrower Piglin Piglin Hunter
Main article: MCD:Animal
HoglinFace (Dungeons).png
Hoglin

Mini bosses[edit]

Main article: MCD:Ghostlike mobs
Main article: MCD:Mini boss
GhastFace.png
Ghast

Unimplemented mobs[edit]

Main article: MCD:Unused features
HoveringInfernoFace.png
Wildfire


Future mobs[edit]

Note: Those future DLC names are conjectural; an official name has not been established they may or may not be added.

End DLC[edit]

End Stone JE3 BE2.png
This section describes content that is a part of the End DLC. 
This feature may be added to the game in the future.
Main article: MCD:End DLC

Hostile[edit]

EndermanFace.png
Enderman (mob)[7]

Minecraft Dungeons Arcade exclusive[edit]

Summons[edit]

Main article: MCD:Summons
Main article: MCD:Animal
ChickenFace.png FoxFace.png OcelotFace.png
Chicken Fox Ocelot
PandaFace (Dungeons).png PigFace.png PolarBearFace (Dungeons).png
Panda Pig Polar Bear

Hostile[edit]

Main article: MCD:Undead
Main article: MCD:Natural mobs
68x68px ArmoredHuskFace.png 68x68px
Armored Frozen Zombie Armored Husk Armored Jungle Zombie
Main article: MCD:Undead
Main article: MCD:Natural mobs
ArmoredMossySkeletonFace.png ArmoredStrayFace.png Melee Armored MossySkeleton.gif Melee Armored Skeleton.gif Melee ArmoredStray.gif MossySkeletonFace.png SkeletonFace (Dungeons).png StrayFace (Dungeons).png
Armored Mossy Skeleton Armored Stray Melee Armored Mossy Skeleton Melee Armored Skeleton Melee Armored Stray Melee Mossy Skeleton Melee Skeleton Melee Stray
Main article: MCD:Illager
MageFace.png
Mage

Mini-Bosses[edit]

Main article: MCD:Illager
GiantRoyalGuardFace.png CaveSpiderFace (Dungeons).png
Giant Royal Guard Giant Cave Spider

Bosses[edit]

Main article: MCD:Boss
Main article: MCD:Golem
ObsidianMonstrosityFace.png
Obsidian Monstrosity

List of other mobs[edit]

Hero Pass exclusive[edit]

Main article: MCD:Hero Pass

Players can upgrade to Hero Pass to collect the Baby Chicken, the only mob exclusive to a bundle. [8]

Main article: MCD:Animal
ChickenFace.png
Baby Chicken

Mentioned mobs[edit]

These mobs can be found in trailers or in other media, but are not in the game files and never spawn in any level and cannot be spawned in even with hacks.

Main article: MCD:Animal
CatFace.png
Cat
Main article: MCD:Arthropod
SilverfishFace.png
Silverfish[9]

Planned mobs[edit]

The mobs only have their name in the game data file. Unlike unused mobs that have in-game textures, sounds, or appear in the official trailer. All of these mobs are based on mobs from various editions of Minecraft.

EnderdragonFace.png NPCFace.png ShulkerFace.png
Ender Dragon NPC Shulker
Main article: Arthropod
EndermiteFace.png
Endermite
Main article: MCD:Animal
DonkeyFace.png MuleFace.png
Donkey Mule
Main article: MCD:Animal
Main article: Undead
ZombieHorseFace.png
Zombie Horse
Main article: Undead
ZombieVillagerFace.png WitherFace.png
Zombie Villager Wither
Main article: Golem
AgentFace.png SnowGolemFace.png
Agent Snow Golem

Drops[edit]

Main article: MCD:Drops

Most mobs always drops experience and souls upon death. They also have a few chance drops being:

Mobs also have a small chance to drop random rarity equipment based on the player's current level.

Minibosses always drop more emeralds upon death, as well as having a chance to drop high rarity equipment.

Boss mobs always drop emeralds and random rarity equipment upon death.

Ancient mobs always drop random rarity gilded items upon death.

Achievements[edit]

Main article: MCD:Achievement
A Friend in Need Ancient Hunter A Taste of Their Own Medicine Blast Radius Break the Spell Bubble Trouble Chill Out Diamond Sword Giant Slayer Gone Fishin' Herd Mentality High Treason Homecoming Iceologer's Revenge Jungle Fungus Leader of the Pack Locally Sourced Passive Aggressive Saved The Overworld Seafood Skewer Whirlwind Warrior Wooden Sword

Trivia[edit]

  • Some mobs from original games have new features in Minecraft Dungeons. For example, many mobs have sound files for behavior animations named "Novelty".
  • All mobs except the Heart of Ender have animation when idle, though many don't tend to see them or document them.[10]
  • When mobs die, their body turns gray then fades into dust and then the soul fly out of the body.
  • If the player's enchantment is used by mobs, some of the enchantment's effects would turn them purple in color. [11].
  • Most mobs get stunned by normal attack when their health is lower, except certain mobs with stun resistance. [12]
  • Ranged mobs tend to have more health then Melee mobs, this might be because their attack speed is very slow or their attacks deal little damage. They also tend to flee from the player when not attacking.
  • If any mobs were 32 blocks away from the player, their animation stops to prevent the game from crashing.
  • Most mobs are seen to have armored variants, with notable examples being the zombies, skeletons, vindicators, pillagers, mountaineers, and the piglins and zombified piglins to name a few. Most of these armored variants seem to have their armor made of materials seen in the base game. Some examples include:
    • Scale Mail and Reinforced Mail being made of iron and leather for the Zombies and Skeletons.
    • Gold and Diamond accents used in the Armored Pillager's helmets and shoulder protectors, and buttons for the Mountaineers and Vindicators.
    • Gold and netherite helmets, and guards and accents for the Piglins and Zombified Piglins.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. The Season Pass is needed to get the Baby Goat and the Baby Ghast. The Parrot can also be obtained by getting only Jungle Awakens, the Arctic fox can be obtained by getting only Creeping Winter, the Baby Goat can be obtained by getting only Howling Peaks and the Baby Ghast can only be obtained by getting Flames of the Nether. The Baby Pig is given out as a reward for 10 million dungeons players on February 24 as part of the new update, making it the only free obtainable pet.
  2. Bats are found in the Creeper Woods, Overgrown Temple and Frosted Fjord, not just as summonables
  3. Wolves are found in the Creeper Woods in Ancient Hunts, not just as summonables
  4. Levels with objective mobs are the Creeper Woods, Redstone Mines, Panda Plateau (DLC), Frosted Fjord (DLC), and the Windswept Peaks (DLC).
  5. Ocelots are Hostile towards Creepers
  6. There are also wild baby turtles that are attackable in the Coral Rise.
  7. The Endermen in the End DLC are not mini bosses. They are regular hostile mobs.
  8. the Baby Chicken, Parrot, and Arctic Fox while they need to get the Season Pass in order to get the Baby Goat and the Baby Ghast. The Parrot can also be obtained by getting only Jungle Awakens, the Arctic fox can be obtained by getting only Creeping Winter, the Baby Goat can be obtained by getting only Howling Peaks and the Baby Ghast can only be obtained by getting Flames of the Nether. The Baby Pig is given out as a reward for 10 million dungeons players on February 24 as part of the new update, making it the only free obtainable pet.
  9. The silverfish has a walking animation in the game files
  10. Examples, Necromancers, Enchanters throw their staffs and books in the air then catch them and celebrate, Skeletons spin their heads around when idle, Zombies slouch over, Baby Zombies and Evokers dance in position, Cave Spiders and Vexes do a backflip, Vindicators wave their Axes in the air and grunt, Husks stretch, Redstone Golems widen their arms, pound their chest and lean forward a bit and growl, Wraiths open their arms and lean side to side a little like the Wretched Wraith when it uses it's row projectile attack, but a little slower, Mountaineers will mine the ground, Spiders will jump in place, The Player and Blazes turn their heads and look around, and Ghasts float up a bit and then fly down back to the ground.
  11. For example, Fire Trail, Poison Cloud.
  12. such as Husks, Diamond Armored Vindicators, Diamond Armored Pillagers, Leapleaves, Mob Spawners, Ravagers, Rampart Captains, Squall Golems and Mini-Boss/Boss mobs (except for the Wretched Wraith, the Jungle Abomination, and the Tempest Golem. which both are not immune to stunning regardless of their health).

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