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

Hostile

A squall golem is a hostile golem that can be found within the howling peaks DLC of Minecraft Dungeons.

Appearance

Squall golems are known as the most ancient and mysterious guardians of the Gale Sanctum. They are composed of stone, gold, and an unknown jade-colored block with two swirl patterns upon their back. Their head is wide with their upper forehead being composed of gold, and the middle of their head bearing a gold stud. Their body possesses intricate lines and patterns, including two gold lines on their side. Their legs are grey with golden knees while their hands are gold, possibly to maintain balance. The are two gray poles on their golden back, each having four jade-colored banners.

Spawning

Squall golems do not spawn during ancient hunts. They also cannot spawn with enchantments, although they can be enchanted by enchanters.

Behavior

Squall golems cannot be stunned by normal attacks, except shock powder and any weapon with the stunning enchantment.

Squall golems are unable to pick up key golems.

Power off

Squall golems are not hostile at first; they start off unmoving on the ground. When inactive, they cannot be attacked.

Power on

Squall golems activate if a wind is directed toward one via a nearby resonance crystal.

Attack

Squall golems charge towards the hero with quick melee attacks, which causes a shockwave that knocks the hero back and deals heavy damage.

Drops

Squall golems always drop a random consumable when defeated.

Health

Squall golems has 1050 HP in the code. On Default I, all mobs have 9.6% health and 12% damage of what is set in the code.

Sounds

SoundDescription
Attack
Death
Hurt
Idle
Power Off
Power On
Stun
Walk (Step Left)
Walk (Step Right)
Wind (Fast)
Wind (Filler)
Wind (Slow)
Wind (Start/Stop)

History

Minecraft Dungeons
October 3, 2020A squall golem is seen on the official poster for the howling peaks, but it was not mentioned by any of the developers and is currently unnamed.
October 19, 2020More info about squall golems, as well as their official name, is revealed in an episode of Minecraft Dungeons Diaries.
1.5.0.0Added textures and sound files for squall golems into the game, currently unused.
1.7.2.0Squall Golem.pngAdded squall golems.

Trivia

  • The small pedestals that a squall golem spawns on when inactive has the Tempest Golem's head visible on it. This can be seen when the squall golem activates and moves away from the pedestal.

Gallery

Map structure

References

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