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Minecraft Dungeons

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== Gameplay ==
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{{see also|MCD:Exclusive features|title1=Exclusive features}}[[File:DungeonsBanner.jpg|314px|thumb|left|Artwork by Mojang Studios]]The game supports up to four players and features various new weapons, items, and [[MCD:Mob|mobs]], as well as a variety of environments to explore and an overarching quest that sees players face off against a main antagonist, called the [[Minecraft_Dungeons:Arch-Illager|Arch-Illager]].
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The game supports up to four players and features various new weapons, items, and [[MCD:Mob|mobs]], as well as a variety of environments to explore and an overarching quest that sees players face off against a main antagonist, called the [[Minecraft_Dungeons:Arch-Illager|Arch-Illager]].
 
The game has specific quests and [[MCD:Locations|locations]], along with procedurally generated elements.<ref name = "IGNDungeons">[https://au.ign.com/articles/2018/09/29/minecraft-dungeons-announced-for-pc Minecraft: Dungeons announced for PC] - IGN, September 29, 2018</ref> The player is not restricted to one class, and can pick up more armor or weapons and use them. Players do not build or mine because the game is focused on action/adventure. The game takes place both above ground and below. Players can re-play levels they have previously beaten. There is a camp "hub world" that takes place in part of the tutorial level, [[MCD:Squid Coast|Squid Coast]]. You can unlock shops in "secret rooms". Levels are procedurally generated, and Mojang was considering using [[Seed (level generation)|world seeds]].<ref>{{link|url=https://gameinformer.com/preview/2019/05/17/mojang-unearths-a-bit-more-info|title=Minecraft: Dungeons – Mojang unearths a bit more info|website=GameInformer|date=May 17, 2019}}</ref>
===Items===
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'''Weapons''' are tools and items that can be used to damage entities with either melee or ranged attacks. They can be enchanted to increase their effectiveness.
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their effectiveness.
 
'''Armor''' is used to protect the player from damage and provide health boosts. It can be enchanted to increase its effectiveness.
 
=== Enemies ===
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Mobs in ''Minecraft Dungeons'' are generally hostile and attempt to destroy the player. The only exceptions are the pig, key golem, sheep, cow, ocelot, panda, rabbit and target dummy, and mobs summoned by players. There are also two neutral mobs that will only attack when the player attacks it first, those are the polar bear and the goat.
 
==Gallery==
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File:Minecraft Dungeons Preview I.jpg|A preview of the [[MCD:Desert Temple|Desert Temple]] area in ''Minecraft Dungeons''. This image is also used as the loading screen.
File:Minecraft Dungeons Preview II.jpg|A preview of the [[MCD:Redstone Mines|Redstone Mines]] area in ''Minecraft Dungeons''.
File:Redstone Monstrosity.jpeg|The [[MCD:Redstone Monstrosity|Redstone Monstrosity]] as seen in the gameplay reveal trailer.
File:Dungeons Teaser 2.jpg|The [[MCD:Fiery Forge|Fiery Forge]] as seen in the gameplay reveal trailer.
File:Dungeons Teaser 3.jpg|The Desert Temple as seen in the gameplay reveal trailer.
File:Dungeons Teaser 4.jpg|[[MCD:Valorie|Valorie]], in the [[MCD:Creeper Woods|Creeper Woods]] as seen in the gameplay reveal trailer.
File:Dungeons Teaser 5.jpg|Valorie attacking a [[MCD:Skeleton|skeleton]], in the Creeper Woods as seen in the gameplay reveal trailer.
File:Dungeons Teaser 7.jpg|The [[MCD:Great Hammer|Great Hammer]] being equipped on Valorie as seen in the gameplay reveal trailer.
File:Dungeons Teaser 8.jpg|The [[MCD:Corrupted Beacon|Corrupted Beacon]] being equipped on Valorie as seen in the gameplay reveal trailer.
File:Dungeons Teaser 9.jpg|[[MCD:Hal|Hal]] reviving Valorie as seen in the gameplay reveal trailer.
File:Dungeons Teaser 10.jpg|The [[MCD:Key Golem|Key Golem]] as seen in the gameplay reveal trailer.
File:Dungeons Teaser 11.jpg|[[MCD:Soggy Swamp|Soggy Swamp]] as seen in the gameplay reveal trailer.
File:Dungeons Teaser 12.jpg|[[MCD:Pumpkin Pastures|Pumpkin Pastures]] as seen in the gameplay reveal trailer.
File:Arch-Illager.png|The [[MCD:Arch-Illager|Arch-Illager]]. Formally known as Archie.
File:IllagerOrb.png|Archie grabbing the [[MCD:Orb of Dominance|Orb Of Dominance]]
File:Orb of Dominance.png|The Orb of Dominance
File:Minecraft Dungeons Full Map.png|The map of the [[MCD:Mainland|Overworld]] where many of the levels are located.
File:JungleAwakensIsland.png|The [[MCD:Jungle Awakens|Jungle Awakens]] DLC map.
File:CreepingWinterIsland.png|The [[MCD:Creeping Winter|Creeping Winter]] DLC map.
File:HowlingPeaksIsland.png|The [[MCD:Howling Peaks|Howling Peaks]] DLC map.
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