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This page describes content that is a part of the Howling Peaks DLC. 
Mountaineer
Mountaineer.pngMountaineer Attacking.pngMountaineer Bracing.png
Behavior

Hostile

Natural equipment

Mountaineer Pick (unobtainable)

The Mountaineer is an illager and hostile mob with a mountaineer pick found in the Minecraft Dungeons DLC Howling Peaks.

Appearance[]

a mountaineer is an illager who lives in mountainous areas. It is often seen wearing a brown hood with additional white face covering, brown-and-white colored sleeves and pants, brown boots and gloves, and a blue belt or sash around its chest. They always hold a mountaineer pick in which they use for attacks. They also possess blue eyes like a vindicator and like them, they also have armored variants.

Spawning[]

Behavior[]

Mountaineers behave like normal vindicators but are much stronger along with their armored variants, running up to the hero and attacking them via melee, with their picks. When in contact with wind, they place their pick into the ground to not be blown away.

Health[]

Power Min Health
1 20
4 34
10 54
16 82
22 110
27 148
33 198
39 256
45 328
51 422
56 572
62 776
68 1048
74 1346
80 1728
86 2218
91 3020
97 4098
103 5552

Sounds[]

SoundDescription
Attack
Attack New
Death
Death New
Hurt
Hurt New
Idle
Idle New

History[]

Minecraft Dungeons
October 3, 2020Howling Peaks announced during Minecraft Live 2020, with the release date set to be somewhere in December 2020.
1.5.0.0Added textures and sound files for the Mountaineer into the game, currently unused.
1.7.2.0Mountaineer.png Added the Mountaineer.
1.10.2.0Mountaineers now spawn in the Frosted Fjord and the Lost Settlement.

Trivia[]

  • In the artwork for Howling Peaks, mountaineers can be seen climbing the peaks while using axes, instead of mountaineer picks.

Gallery[]

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