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:trident: All About Drowneds :trident:

•A Guide to Drowneds•

Hey guys, Nindroid here. Today, we will be covering everything about Drowneds.

Pronounced Drown-d not Drown-ed

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What is a Drowned?

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The Drowned is a new mob that will be added with the 1.13 Aquatic Update.

Drowneds are an undead mob that burn in daylight. They attack players that are underwater or near a shore during the night.

They were introduced during snapshot 18w11a, which as of today is the most recent snapshot

Drowneds look like this:

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They have a chance of spawning as a baby. That looks like this:

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It is likely that some features on the Drowned will be change. If and when that happens, this guide will be updated.

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Behaviour

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Drowneds are a very unique type of hostile mob. For starters, they are the only undersea mob that is considered undead (burns in sunlight). They function mostly like a zombie, but have some features that have never been seen in the game before.

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A Drowned will spawn in light levels of seven or less in any type of ocean biome; this includes rivers and swamps.

If there is no player near by or if one is in a boat, Drowned’s will slowly trudge along the ocean floor.

At night, Drowneds will occasionally come up to shore, but will always stay close to a body of water. A Drowned would not hesitate to attack a player near by if they are on land and it is night, so be sure to watch out!

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Drowneds have finally given us a way to be able to collect a trident in survival! You might have guessed, Drowneds have a small chance of spawning with a trident and an even smaller chance to drop it.

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Another cool feature that is added to this update about the Drowned is that if regular zombie somehow drowns, it will almost instantly turn into a Drowned. This makes farming them very easy.

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Combat

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Drowneds are hostile creatures who have a pretty strong attack damage.

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When Drowneds are attacking underwater, they swim to chase the player at the same speed a player can walk. If it is a baby Drowned, it will be able to swim as fast as a player can sprint on land.

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All Drowneds have a melee attack. Drowneds spawned with a trident will be able to use range AND melee if you are three blocks away from it.

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Drops

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When a Drowned is killed, it will drop...

-A gold ingot

-One-four rotten flesh

-A Trident (2.5%)

In Bedrock Edition, Drowneds also have a chance of dropping

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There is a chance for a Drowned to drop it’s naturally spawned equipment. For example, on very rare occasions (0.21% chance) a Drowned can drop TWO tridents. For this to happen, the Drowned must have been naturally spawned with a trident and also drop a second trident.

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As states on Mojangs website, the Drowned will also have another drop which will be a new item that has not been released yet. When this information comes out, this part of the blog will be updated.

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Achievements

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Random Facts

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•A Drowned has a 2% chance of spawning with a fishing rod

•Husks, Zombie villagers and Zombie Pigmen will not turn into a Drowned if they, well, drown

•Drowneds, similar to many other undead mobs, will try to attack baby turtles and turtle eggs

•Killing one Drowned will drop 5 XP, but killing a baby Drowned will drop 12 XP

•Drowneds are supposed to represent pirates who drowned after a shipwreck

•Drowneds have the ability to pick up items, but if killed will 100% drop the item they picked up.

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Thats all from me! Wow, this upload was way longer then I wanted it to be. Oh well! If you made it to the end, have a 🌮.

Until next blog, cya!

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For the mob in Minecraft Dungeons, see MCD:Drowned.

This article is about the zombie variant. For drowning, see Damage § Drowning.

Drowned are common underwater zombie variants that spawn in oceans and rivers, or when zombies drown. They are the only source of tridents.

Spawning[]

Natural generation[]

Drowned spawn naturally at light level of 7 or less in all oceanbiomes (except for warm ocean), and river biomes. They spawn at higher rates in rivers than in other biomes.

In Java Edition, drowned spawn individually inside flowing water or source water that is 2 blocks or taller (this can include waterlogged blocks). In ocean biomes, drowned spawn at Y < 58, or at least 6 blocks below sea level; this restriction does not apply to rivers.

In Bedrock Edition drowned spawn in groups of 2–4 inside flowing water or source water of any depth, but they spawn at higher rates in water that is 2 blocks or taller.[more information needed] They spawn only on the surface that is on the highest spawnable block at any given X, Z coordinate. They count toward the monster population control cap and also have their own density caps of 5 in oceans and 2 in rivers.

Drowned have a chance to spawn with either a trident or a fishing rod, and occasionally with a nautilus shell. in Java Edition, they also have a small chance of spawning while riding a chicken, even after drowning as a zombie, creating a drowned chicken jockey. They are the only zombie variant within the game that cannot spawn naturally with any armor.

Ocean ruins[]

Drowned spawn during the generation of certain ocean ruin structures. These drowned do not naturally despawn unless the world is set to Peaceful difficulty.

Conversion[]

If a zombie's head (not the legs) is submerged in water continuously for 30 seconds, it begins the process of converting to a drowned. It starts shaking, similar to the effect seen while a zombie villager is being cured. At this point, the process cannot be stopped, and 15 seconds later the zombie becomes drowned. The drowned appears with full health even if the previous zombie did not.

If a zombie is holding or wearing a picked-up item when it becomes drowned, it drops the item it is holding or wearing. Items spawned with the zombie drop with the normal 8.5% +1% per Looting level. In Bedrock Edition only, an item being held or worn by a zombie when it becomes drowned, whether it was picked up or naturally spawned, has a 100% drop rate, which includes any naturally spawned equipment dropping with full durability.

Only normal zombie can transform, zombie villagers and zombified piglin can not. For husks, they first transform into a regular zombie, and subsequently convert to a drowned in the usual fashion. The zombie that converted from husk also always has full health even if converted from damaged husk.

Drops[]

Drowned drop when they die:

  • 5 and an additional 1–3 per naturally-spawned equipment. (12 during its time as a baby) if killed by the player or a tamed wolf.
  • 0–2 rotten flesh (additional 1 maximum drop for every Looting level, up to 0–5 rotten flesh for Looting III).
  • 1 copper ingot if killed by the player.
    • 11% chance (increased by 2% per Looting level)
  • in Bedrock Edition 1 helmet, chestplate, leggings, and/or boots. A drowned has a chance to spawn with a special texture if it has gold armor in its head.
  • 1 trident if killed by the player.
    • Java Edition: 8.5% chance (up to 11.5% chance with Looting III), only for drowned that spawn with a trident. This means that the player has a 0.53% chance to receive a trident without Looting, and a 0.71% chance to receive a trident with Looting III. The trident has random durability.
    • Bedrock Edition: 25% chance (up to 37% chance with Looting III), only for drowned that spawn with a trident. This means that the player has a 3.75% chance to receive a trident without Looting, and a 5.55% chance to receive a trident with Looting III. The trident has random durability.
  • 1 nautilus shell if held in the off-hand.
  • Any picked-up equipment has 100% chance of dropping, and drops with the same damage level it had when picked up.

Naturally-spawned equipment[]

Java Edition

For naturally-spawned drowned:

In Java Edition, converted drowned are never equipped with tridents or nautilus shells, although they can have fishing rods.

0.53125% (about 1 out of 188) naturally-spawned drowned drop a trident when killed without Looting, because only 6.25% (1 of 16) drowned spawn with tridents and from these, 8.5% drop the trident.

Bedrock Edition

For naturally-spawned drowned:

For converted drowned:

  • 1% spawn with a fishing rod in the main hand.
  • 8% spawn with a nautilus shell in the offhand (same as naturally spawned drowned).

Converted drowned are never equipped with tridents.

In Bedrock Edition, 3.75% (3 out of 80) naturally-spawned drowned drop a trident when killed without Looting, because 15% (3 of 20) drowned spawn with tridents and from these, 25% drop the trident.

Farming[]

Main article: Tutorials/Drowned farming

Farms that convert zombies into drowned produce all of naturally-spawned equipment dropped by zombies, as well as fishing rods, copper ingots, and (in Bedrock Edition) nautilus shells. A drowned farm must be designed to harvest naturally-spawned drowned to produce tridents in all game editions and nautilus shells in Java Edition.

Behavior[]

Drowned holding a trident the opposite way.

Drowned have a melee attack, and if they spawn with a trident, they use it as a ranged weapon. A trident is thrown every 1.5 seconds at up to 20 blocks away. Thrown tridents cannot be picked up by the player. In Bedrock Edition, drowned with tridents use a melee attack if the target is 3 blocks away or less.

They stomp on turtle eggs, attack baby turtles, and like zombies, they chase and attack villagers, wandering traders, snow golems‌[BE only] and iron golems within 16 blocks.

If on land, drowned seek out nearby water. They sometimes step onto land but quickly return to the water. If a drowned is in any way removed by force from the water, and all nearby water sources have been blocked from it, it becomes passive in the daytime, but becomes hostile again at night or during thunderstorms. However, it heads to the nearest water source when provided access once again and becomes hostile upon making contact.

During the day, drowned swim only to attack players that are swimming in the water with them; otherwise, they stay on the floor of the water body they are in, ignoring players on land or in a boat. Drowned equipped with tridents continue throwing them at the player even after leaving the water. At night or during thunderstorms, drowned swim to the surface and chase players as well as baby turtles, even outside the water, like regular zombies. The speed of their swimming is equal to that of the player.

If a drowned kills a villager, either with a melee attack or with a trident, the villager has a chance of turning into a zombie villager (with a 0% chance on Easy, 50% on Normal, and 100% on Hard).

Drowned break down wooden doors in hard mode.‌[BE only]

They are immune to guardians or elder guardians attacks. They also have a small chance to be immune to knockback when damaged.[1]

Some drowned spawn with the ability to pick up loot that is on the ground. That includes armor and weapons or tools just like regular zombies. Unlike zombies however, they can also pick up tridents, which they always prefer over anything else. They also can pick it up and throw it the wrong way.

Drowned can be damaged by a fully-powered conduit within 8 blocks.

Swimming[]

Drowned use a swimming animation similar to the player. They use this animation whenever they try to pathfind to a player that is either below or above them; if the player is on the same ground level, the drowned simply walk toward them. Drowned also use this animation if they are tracking a player while they are not standing on a solid block. Their hitbox does not change when using this animation. Also, if they hold a nautilus shell or anything else in their offhand, their arms are in the same posture as a player's. When attacking, they use the player's attacking animation. Still, they use the same swimming animation when tracking a player underwater.

Sounds[]

  1. ↑Depends on the drowned's velocity, around 0.003 when moving around underwater with no target.

Data values[]

ID[]

Java Edition:

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Entity data[]

Drowned have entity data associated with them that contains various properties.

Java Edition:

Main article: Entity format

Bedrock Edition:

See Bedrock Edition level format/Entity format.

Achievements[]

Advancements[]

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Drowned are common underwater variants of the zombie hostile mob in Minecraft. While they are functionally similar, the existence of drowned and the mechanics behind them prevent zombies from taking damage from water suffocation. Drowned are capable of staying underwater indefinitely and will never drown from water damage. They are also the only way to obtain tridents in the game. This guide will outline the spawning of drowned, the behavior, and the drops you can expect from the drowned hostile mob in Minecraft. 

Spawning of Drowned in Minecraft

Drowned can spawn in three different capacities in Minecraft. They can spawn naturally underwater at light levels 7 or less in ocean biomes excluding warm oceans. Drowned are more likely to naturally spawn in rivers than in other areas. Certain ocean ruins will have drowned patrolling nearby, they will never despawn unless the world is set to peaceful. Finally, a normal zombie can be converted into a drowned if the zombie’s head stays underwater for longer than 30 seconds. 

Interestingly enough, a husk or zombie villager will not transform into a drowned if kept underwater immediately. After 30 seconds have passed they will first convert to a regular zombie, then if another 30 seconds pass, the zombie will convert into a drowned. 

Behavior of Drowned in Minecraft

Zombies are capable of pathfinding at the bottom of oceans, but they make no attempt to stay floating on the surface of the water. Once they turn drowned they are capable of swimming upwards towards players. Drowned are only capable of entering the swimming animation in the Bedrock edition of Minecraft.

A drowned is a hostile mob and will chase players relentlessly through the water to deal contact damage. If the drowned spawns wielding a trident they will throw the trident at the player while attempting to close the distance. Tridents are thrown by drowned deal a large amount of damage reaching up to 6 full hearts in Bedrock edition, and 4 full hearts in Java edition. Since they can make quick work of your health bar, consider hunting for tridents after you have a decent set of armor to keep yourself safe on the hard difficulty. 

Despite drowned being essentially stronger zombies, they are not capable of breaking down wooden doors, even in hard difficulty. They are also passive while out of water in the daylight. If you encounter a drowned on land they will become passive if it is not nighttime. Drowned follow similar hostile mob behavior of attempting to crush sea turtle eggs if they are nearby. 

Drops of Drowned in Minecraft

  1. 5 experience, 12 if a baby drowned, 1-3 extra experience for naturally spawned equipment
  2. 0-2 Rotten Flesh
  3. 1 Gold Ingot
  4. 1 Trident (If holding)
  5. 1 Nautilus shell (If holding)

A drowned is a good source of experience as they tend to drop extra if they spawned with different equipment. You will never see a drowned with armor on, even if you convert a zombie with armor into a drowned, the resulting drowned will drop the armor that the zombie was initially wearing. Like all zombies, drowned will drop 0-2 rotten flesh on death. They also have a 5% chance to drop a gold ingot in the Java edition of Minecraft, and they have an 11% chance to drop a gold ingot in the Bedrock edition of Minecraft. If the drowned is holding a trident they have an 8.5% (Java) to drop it and a 25% chance to drop it in the Bedrock edition. If you see a drowned holding a nautilus shell you can obtain it at a 100% rate. 

In a Nutshell

Drowned are essentially more difficult zombies to combat against. They are immune to drowning damage, and in the environment of the ocean, it can be difficult to run away from or close the distance to a drowned with a trident. The water will slow you down and the trident can be difficult to avoid. Nevertheless, it is important to understand the spawning, behavior, and drops of drowned to know when you ought to farm them and when you ought to ignore them. 

Conclusion

Congratulations, you now know the spawning, behavior, and drops that you can expect from drowned enemies. Drowned are relatively difficult to handle in groups, but if you are looking for a trident you will need to hunt down some drowned as they are the only source of this desirable weapon. There is a lot you can obtain from drowned so keep an eye out for them or kite zombies towards water if you are interested in getting their drops. 

FAQs

Why do Drowned spin around so often in Minecraft?

There is no official reason why drowned are often found spinning in circles. The proposed answer is that the drowned is trying to close the distance to you, and since they avoid trying to surface coupled with the fact that they will enter swimming animations if they are above or below you with a block they can potentially stand on, results in a silly animation of the drowned spinning in circles as it attempts to attack you. 

Can a Drowned spawn with enchanted tridents and do they get the enchanted benefits?

While drowned do not spawn with enchanted tridents, their tridents may as well have the loyalty enchantment as the drowned do not need to walk back to their tridents to have another ready to throw at you. There is no animation of the trident returning to the drowned, and an enchanted trident would make the drowned’s damage go from painful to downright unfair. Nevertheless, you cannot obtain an enchanted trident from drowned through vanilla play. 

Can a Husk eventually turn into a Drowned?

A husk can be converted into a regular zombie and a regular zombie can be converted into a drowned. As a husk is essentially a dried-out zombie, it makes sense that keeping it underwater rehydrates it, and if it stays underwater, there is no reason for it not to turn into a drowned. This may make for an interesting encounter if there is a deep basin of water in your desert biomes. 

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