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Health 15 (Heart.png×7.5)
Size Width: 1.0 blocks

Height: 1.375 blocks

Damage Easy: 3 (Heart.png×1.5)
Normal: 5 (Heart.png×2.5)
Hard: 7 (Heart.png×3.5)
Spawning Overworld: Extreme Hills
Hostility Aggressive
Version 2.0.3
Living Sound
Hurt Sound
Death Sound
Mob Id nevermine.Grunt

Grunts are small melee mobs that can teleport to nearby players.

Spawning[edit | edit source]

Grunts can spawn naturally in the Extreme Hills biome of the Overworld. They can only spawn if their spawning block is stone, dirt, gravel, or a grass block.

Behavior[edit | edit source]

Grunts are melee attackers, and will pursue any player that gets into their range of sight. Grunts can run at a semi-fast speed.

Drops[edit | edit source]

Grunts will occasionally drop Copper Coins when defeated. They have no other drops.

Item Drops Quantity Rate
Copper Coin.png Copper Coin 1 16.66%

Bestiary Entry[edit | edit source]

Technically a member of the imp family, Grunts are short little pests that are known for taking great joy in causing general pain in anything it sees fit. Despite its small size, Grunts can move extremely quickly in short bursts, which it uses to its advantage as a way of quickly approaching potential victims.

While not necessarily aggressive, Grunts are considered hostile due to their persistently mischievous behaviour. Take this into consideration when travelling through the hills they tend to be found in, as their quick sprints can easily catch their targets off-guard.

History[edit | edit source]

Version Information
2.0.3 Added Grunts.
Tslat 1.1.2 Grunts no longer teleport to players through walls.