List of Minecraft Dungeons Artefact Skills and Abilities

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Minecraft Dungeons

Source: Microsoft / Mojang

Minecraft Dungeons is a dungeon crawler from Mojang, bearing similarities to Diablo and other famous action RPG dungeon crawlers. Minecraft Dungeons is set in the same blocky world as the base game, with many returning familiar monsters and creatures, albeit with an all-new abilities system, that lets you tailor your playstyle as you see fit.

Here are all the Artefacts we’ve found so far in the game’s beta.

Smash And Grab

Minecraft Dungeons

Minecraft and Diablo make an ideal pairing

Minecraft Dungeons takes the best of Minecraft and Diablo and smushes them together with a healthy dose of action RPG goodness. It’s gunning for a May 26 launch and should be on your radar.

But wait, what are Artefacts exactly?

Skills are active abilities that you can equip, based on items and artefacts you collect throughout the game. They have varying strengths, and you can get more powerful ones as you go through the higher difficulty tiers throughout the game. Oftentimes, the game will tell you that you can get them as a reward for going through a level on a specific difficulty, and you can get them by spending emeralds at the artefact trader back at your camp.

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Light Feather

Minecraft Dungeon Skills

Source: Windows Central

Light Feather basically grants you an extra dodge roll, except it will also stun an enemy near to you as you move.

This is an ideal ability to use on a character that is perhaps less physically defensive, giving you an escape mechanism if you’re playing something more ranged or squishy, like a sickle-wielding assassin.

Wind Horn

Minecraft Dungeon Skills

Source: Windows Central

The Wind Horn is an absurdly powerful skill that knocks back all enemies around you a considerable distance.

Like the Light Feather, this is another good option for ranged characters who may want to keep enemies away from them. Even for melee attackers, this might also be good at managing large groups of mobs, or pushing away an angry Creeper or two.

Flaming Quiver

Minecraft Dungeon Skills

Source: Windows Central

One for the archers, this will add fire to your next few arrow shots, producing damage over time.

This is a great ability for battling mini bosses and large bosses, who may keep you on your toes with their mechanics. Fire off a few fire arrows to ignite the target, then keep moving to avoid further damage.

Fishing Rod

Minecraft Dungeons Skills Enchants

Source: Windows Central

Formerly designed for relaxing weekends by the lake, this humble Fishing Rod is now a tool of death, repurposed in the battle against the Arch Illager.

A quick swing of this weapon will pull a mob towards you and stun it for a quick kill. This is useful for melee players who want to stop ranged mobs from running away.

Death Cap Mushroom

Minecraft Dungeons Skills Enchants

Source: Windows Central

The Death Cap Mushroom is a power-up that gives you an attack and movement speed boost on a fairly hefty cooldown at base level.

This is ideal for popping in a pinch for melee-oriented characters, to fight off harder mobs or crowds of enemies.

Tasty Bone

Minecraft Dungeons Skills Enchants

Source: Windows Central

The Tasty Bone summons a trusty wolf companion to fight by your side and take agro from mobs until he dies (don’t let him die!)

The higher level the item, the more damage it’ll deal. You can also heal him using certain abilities that provide strength to allies, as the game recognizes the pooch as a friendly character. Sadly, you can’t pet him though.

Fireworks Arrow

Minecraft Dungeons Skills Enchants

Source: Windows Central

The Fireworks Arrow attaches an explosive to your ranged slot, allowing you to deal boosted damage and knockback in a big area of effect every few dozen seconds.

This also stacks with bow enchantments, allowing you to fire off multiple rockets at a time for example.

Boots of Swiftness

Minecraft Dungeons Skills Swift

Source: Windows Central

This gives you a short boost of speed on a fixed cool down, letting you escape from trouble in a flash.

This is great for basically any playstyle. Melee attackers can use it to close gaps with ranged enemies, while ranged playstyles can use it to escape swarms of angry Creepers. This is a versatile option for any player.

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