Minecraft has many naturally generated structures that the players can find across the world. Here are all the features for a Dungeon in Minecraft.
The Dungeons are naturally forming structures that generally spawn underground or encased in a mountain like structure. On rare occasions, they can spawn as an open Dungeon and players can find a huge hole on the side. They are generally marked with a mossy or normal cobblestone walls and a mob spawner in the middle.
Here are all the features for the Dungeon in Minecraft.
Dungeon in Minecraft
The Dungeon is a naturally generated structure that consists of a monster spawner and is a great way to make a mob farm.
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A Dungeon generates upon world generation and uses some basic rules to spawn and these are:
- The floor must be solid
- The ceiling must be solid
- The walls must have 1-5 openings
If all these conditions are met then the Dungeon is spawned. After this, the room starts to spawn the two chests. In some cases however, only one chest will spawn. Regardless, the dungeon always contains a mob spawner in the middle of the room.
Structure and Mobs
The Dungeon is a small room made out of Cobblestones and Mossy Cobblestones and contains a mob spawner and a maximum of two chests.
There are rare occassions when dungeons spawn without a spawner inside them. The spawner has a chance of either being a Zombie, Skeleton or a Spider spawner. The Spider can vary between poisonous and normal.
Loot in Dungeons
The Dungeon has a chance to have two separate chests that has a chance to contain any of these items:
- Rotten Flesh
- Name Tag
- Music Discs
- Iron horse armor
- Golden Apples
- and much more!
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