|“||The Iron Golems will protect you and the villagers from the hostile mobs. Be careful, if you did not create them, they are neutral.||„|
|~ Mojang's description when it was added.|
The Iron Golem is the tritagonist in the indie popular sandbox videogame Minecraft. They are a very, very powerful mob in the game. They protect the villagers from hostile mobs. They have 50 hearts total.
Iron golems will become aggressive against any nearby hostile or neutral mob other than creepers or wolves. They will attack anything that attacks themselves or a villager, except a player if the iron golem is player-made. A golem will only stop acting aggressively if they defeat a player or mob who attacked them, or if all players leave the game. If the village is near a large pool of water or the ocean and an iron golem unknowingly goes in the water, it will stay in the water until it dies or is somehow forced to escape it. They may give baby villagers a poppy.
The Iron Golem is a very tall Minecraft mob. Like the name says their bodies are made out of iron, there are also some peculiar vines with yellow flowers around their bodies, though it can also be wires. Their faces are similiar to the Villagers' faces. Their eyes are red and black.
They will help the players or the villagers fight the hostile mobs and protect them from danger. Once the Iron Golem helps defeat the hostile mobs, the mobs will retreat and despawn since they are all outnumbered. It possess a great strength and can attack entities with only 2-3 punches. Once the Iron Golem is created by the player, The Iron Golem will be respectful to their owners, but if they will spawn naturally, they will be neutral amongst the players.
The Iron Golem is a very strong mob in the game, it's able to send another mob high in the air by slamming them with it's iron arms.
Has 50 hearts in total(which is 100 health in the game) and is made out of iron.
Iron Golems are made by placing iron blocks in a form of T and then putting a pumpkin or a jack-o-lantern in the top.
Minecraft: Story Mode (2015)