The specific instructions are:
- Ravager Roar.
Ravagers ram their target with its head, dealing a lot of damage and knocking them back.
- Heavy attack
After pawing the ground with its legs, Ravagers will very quickly run towards the target and bite them. This attack does even more damage than the regular bite. As of the Hidden Depths update, this attack no longer deals any damage.
Occasionally, Ravagers will roar violently, knocking away any nearby mobs or heroes a great distance but won't deal any damage.
Ravagers has 1200 HP in the code and 2310 HP when Enchanted. On Default I, all mobs have 9.6% health and 12% damage of what is set in the code.
|October 3, 2020||Howling Peaks announced during Minecraft Live 2020, with the release date set to be in December 9 2020.|
|220.127.116.11||Added textures and sound files for the Ravager into the game, currently unused.|
|18.104.22.168||Reduced charge damage by half.|
- Despite being an illager, ravagers are not affected by Illager's Bane, making it the only illager which are not affected by Illager's Bane.
- The reason for this was revealed in a comment in a bug report. It is due to the different classifications of Java and Bedrock.
- On the Ravager page on Minecraft.net, they are jokingly compared metaphorically as a very enraged cow. 
Two Ravagers together in the Colossal Rampart.