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Description

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Ever get tired of plain old Iron Golems? So difficult to make, always look the same . . . Well, Extra Golems is here for you!

Now introducing 100+ golems made from Minecraft blocks, ranging from wood and glass to diamond and nether brick. Each golem has unique properties, as described below. Have fun!

How to Use:  

Make a Golem Spell by combining 1 Feather, 1 Redstone, 1 Ink Sack, and 1 Paper in a crafting grid. You can use it directly on a carved pumpkin or for crafting.

Make a Golem Head by combining a Golem Spell and a Pumpkin -- the block looks the same because all you did is stuff a magical paper inside:

  

To build a golem, start by placing blocks in a 'T' formation, similar to the Iron Golem layout. Finally, place a Golem Head on top. Once created, golems act like Iron Golems, killing monsters left and right and defending your fort / base / testificate prison.

Showcase by PopularMMOs (MC1.8, V2.04): <https://youtu.be/ZMKrasOs56c>

Extra Golems adds the following golems to the Minecraft universe:

Added in 1.7.10+

  • Diamond Golem (220 health, 20 attack)
  • Emerald Golem (190 health, 18 attack)
  • Gold Golem (80 health, 8 attack, knockback resistance)
  • Lapis Lazuli Golem (50 health, 6 attack, gives creatures a negative potion effect)
  • Sandstone Golem (15 health, 4 attack)
  • Wool Golem (10 health, 1 attack, all colors)
  • Hardened Clay Golem (22 health, 4 attack)
  • Obsidian Golem (120 health, 18 attack)
  • Librarian (Bookshelf) Golem (28 health, 4 attack, grants itself beneficial potion effects)
  • Glass Golem (8 health, 14 attack)
  • Log Golem (20 health, 3 attack, all vanilla types)
  • Clay Golem (20 health, 2 attack)
  • Straw (Hay Bale) Golem (10 health, 1 attack, boosts nearby crops)
  • Nether Brick Golem (25 health, 7 attack, lights creatures on fire, slowly melts cobblestone)
  • Glowstone Golem (8 health, 12 attack, lights up nearby area)
  • Endstone Golem (50 health, 7 attack, teleports randomly)
  • Packed Ice Golem (18 health, 7 attack, walks over water and lava by cooling/freezing blocks)
  • Redstone Golem (2 attack, 18 health, emits redstone power)
  • Stained Clay Golem (3 attack, 26 health, all colors)
  • Stained Glass Golem (12 attack, 9 health, all colors)
  • Sponge Golem (20 health, 2 attack, soaks up water)
  • Quartz Golem (85 health, 8.5 attack)
  • TNT Golem (14 health, 2.5 attack, explodes when lit on fire, killed, and sometimes while attacking)
  • Leaf Golem (6 health, 0.5 attack, Regeneration I) -- suggested by darthvader456
  • Melon Golem (18 health, 1.5 attack, plants flowers occasionally, slowly heals) -- suggested by MageSlime
  • Coal Block Golem (14 health, 2.5 attack, can inflict Blindness I)
  • Bedrock Golem (999 health, 32 attack, indestructible. Spawn and despawn using item)
  • Spawn Bedrock Golem Item (Creative-Mode only) -- use to spawn a Bedrock Golem. Use it on an existing Bedrock Golem to remove it.

Added in 1.8+

  • Slimy (Slime Block) Golem (20 health, 2.5 attack, massive knockback attack, splits in two upon death) -- suggested by joshmja91; specials suggested by ALEXYSSSJ4
  • PrismarineGolem (24 health, 8 attack) -- suggested by Delirus_the_Crux
  • Red Sandstone Golem (15 health, 4 attack) -- suggested by Delirus_the_Crux
  • Mushroom Block Golem (30 health, 3 attack, plants mushrooms occasionally, click to change texture) -- suggested by Delirus_the_Crux
  • Sea Lantern Golem (26 health, 4 attack, lights up nearby area)
  • Crafting (Workbench) Golem (2 attack, 26 health, click to open Crafting grid)

Added in 1.10+

  • Bone Golem (6.5 attack, 78 health)
  • Magma Golem (4.5 attack, 22 health, lights mobs on fire, slowly melts cobblestone, splits in two upon death) -- specials suggested by ALEXYSSSJ4
  • Nether Wart Golem (1.5 attack, 22 health, plants nether wart when on soul sand)
  • Redstone Lamp Golem (6 attack, 28 health, right click to toggle light)
  • Furnace Golem (6.5 attack, 88 health, requires fuel to move and attack, attracted to players holding coal) -- suggested by multiple users
  • Dispenser Golem (5.2 attack, 78 health, shoots arrows, click to refill)

Added in 1.12+

  • Concrete Golem (6 attack, 38 health, Resistance I, all colors)

Added in 1.14+

  • Coral Golem (6 attack, 38 health, when wet: heals occasionally. When dry: +attack but -health) -- suggested by ALEXYSSSJ4

Added in 1.15+

  • Honey Golem (1 attack, 42 health, sticky, splits in two upon death)
  • Honeycomb Golem (2 attack, 68 health, can summon bees when hurt)
  • Dried Kelp Golem (2 attack, 34 health)
  • Polished Andesite Golem (6 attack, 52 health)
  • Polished Diorite Golem (6 attack, 50 health)
  • Polished Granite Golem (5.2 attack, 58 health)
  • Smooth Stone Golem (5.4 attack, 60 health)
  • Purpur Golem (3 attack, 82 health, teleports randomly, not hurt by water)

Added in 1.16+

Note: all golems from 1.16.4 and earlier received boosted attack power (about 3-4 points more than what is listed above) in the 1.16.5+ update

  • Polished Basalt Golem (9.8 attack, 58 health, fireproof)
  • Polished Blackstone Golem (9.8 attack, 58 health, fireproof)
  • Brick Golem (9 attack, 25 health)
  • Crimson Stem Golem (7 attack, 24 health, fireproof)
  • Crying Obsidian Golem (18.9 attack, 106 health, fireproof, blast resistance)
  • Netherite Golem (28 attack, 298 health, fireproof, damage resistance)
  • Shroomlight Golem (6 attack, 24 health, fireproof, gives light)
  • Warped Stem Golem (6 attack, 40 health, fireproof)

Added in 1.17+

  • Amethyst Golem (12 attack, 38 health, drops amethyst shards when hurt)
  • Copper Golem (13 attack, 90 health, summons lightning in rain, oxidizes over time)
  • Moss Golem (13 attack, 90 health, places moss carpet; heals)
  • Polished Deepslate Golem (2.5 attack, 40 health)
  • Raw Copper Golem (6 attack, 45 health)
  • Raw Gold Golem (5.5 attack, 43 health)
  • Raw Iron Golem (7 attack, 50 health)
  • Waxed Copper Golem (13 attack, 90 health)

Added in 1.18+

  • Ancient Debris Golem (8.5 attack, 104 health, fireproof)

Added in 1.19+

  • Froglight Golem (11 attack, 112 health, provides light)
  • Mangrove Roots Golem (4.2 attack, 16 health, heals)
  • Mud Golem (5 attack, 20 health)
  • Packed Mud Golem (9 attack, 28 health)
  • Sculk Golem (6.5 attack, 54 health)
  • Sculk Catalyst Golem (8.5 attack, 104 health, provides light, inflicts blindness on nearby mobs)

Added in 1.20.1+

  • Glazed Terracotta Golem (8.1 attack, 51 health)
  • Bamboo Wood Golem (5 attack, 18 health)
  • All Log Golems can now be stripped.
  • All distinct golems now have separate IDs.

The Golem Guide Book has in-game information about each golem!

Make by combining 1 Book and 1 Carved Pumpkin.

Built-In Mod Support
Extra Golems (1.18.2+) has built-in support for the following mods

Visit the wiki for information on modifying or adding golems.

 
Extra Golems 1.12.2-1.16.4 mod support

Config Settings:

You have the power to customize each golem's health, attack strength, special abilities, and more using data packs. There is also a config file with a few additional settings.

Note: For Forge versions 1.14 through 1.16, the config file may be difficult to find. See this issue for directions.

Config options include the following:
  • Percent chance that villagers will summon Extra Golems (60% by default)
  • Golems can attack players (on by default)
  • Giving golems their building block will heal them (on by default)
  • Golems can be built using regular pumpkins (off by default)
  • Golems change their appearance on certain holidays (on by default)


FAQ:

Q: Forge or Fabric?
A: Forge only.

Q: Can I use the mod in a modpack?
A: Yes. If at all possible, please link to the CurseForge page instead of redistributing the mod.

Q: Can I request a feature?
A: Please do! I'm always looking for ideas for new golems and mods to support.

Q: Do you have a Discord?
A: You can find me on the MMD server in the #skyjay-mods channel (under "Community Mods")