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Amphibior

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This creature is a Hunter mob that can only be damaged when the player reaches Hunter level 73.

Amphibior
Amphibior.png
Health 140 (Heart.png×70)
Size Width: 0.625 blocks
Height: 2.1875 blocks
Damage 5 (Heart.png×2.5)
Environment L'Borean
Hostility Aggressive
Version 1.1
Living Sound
Hurt Sound
Death Sound
Item (Quantity) Rate
Copper Coin.png Copper Coin (5-13) 100%
Boreic Banner.png Boreic Banner 14.29%
Pure Coral Stone.png Pure Coral Stone 4%
Waterlogged Coral Archergun.png Waterlogged Coral Archergun 1.67%

The Amphibior is an aggressive hunter mob from L'Borean that can only be damaged if the player has Hunter level 73 or above. It grants 750 Hunter experience points when killed.

Spawning[edit | edit source]

Amphibiors spawn from spawners found at the top floor of Aquatic Castles in L'Borean. They will despawn if the player gets too far away from them or if the difficulty is set to Peaceful.

Amphibiors can be spawned using /summon nevermine.Amphibior.

Behavior[edit | edit source]

Amphibiors will pursue players that are within 16 blocks of them. They cannot pathfind, and will always try to go straight for the player. Amphibiors will always float on water, even if their target is below them.

Placing Water[edit | edit source]

Every time an Amphibior hits a player, they have a 1 in 4 chance (25%) to place a water block down. The water blocks will not begin to flow, until a block update happens next it.

Regeneration[edit | edit source]

Whenever they are standing in water, they will regenerate 2 (Heart.png×1) health every tick, which is twice as fast as the other L'Borean mobs.

Bestiary Entry[edit | edit source]

The Amphibior is an aggressive bipedal creature from L'Borean that appears to be a resident of the aquatic castles.

Their watery coral-like build is noticeable as their body seems to exude water from its pores. It's suspected that this is used as a form of mitosis, as when semi-submerged, they appear to heal wounds very quickly from the water.

When attacking targets, their internal water production goes into overdrive, causing pools of water to form at their feet.

History[edit | edit source]

Version Information
1.1 Added Amphibiors.