Big Zombie

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Big Zombie
Big Zombie.png
Big Zombies have an unending hunger, since they have no way to keep things in their hole-filled belly.
Statistics
Attack 0.65 (knockback)
Walking speed 30
Climbing speed 25 (1 block jump)
Health 10
Life regen 0.166%
Drowning time Red Cross.png
Icon Big Zombie icon.png
Drops
In regular shape:
Zombie Brain.png Zombie Brain
Bones.png Bones (25% chance)
Slime.png Slime (10% chance)
Coin.png Coin (10% chance)
In Christmas costume:
Wires.png Wires (50% chance)
Garland.png Garland (10% chance)
Christmas Wreath.png Christmas Wreath (10% chance)
Gingerbread Men.png Gingerbread Men (50% chance)

Big zombie[1] is a dangerous[2] hostile creature that roams at night on the Forest World's surface.

Behavior[edit | edit source]

Big zombie is a bigger and stronger version of a regular zombie.

It spawns over the ground every night, right after the sunset, and burns when hit by the sunlight in the morning. It can also spawn from a monster portal.

It cannot climb walls. It can jump one block height though and fall from a ten block height without being hurt. Despite its weight, a big zombie can use a skeleton in a shield stair position to climb higher cliffs.

It is relatively dangerous due to its attack with a knock-back effect and its moderate-high health and moderate damage. It can be the main problem during the first night in the Forest World.

Appearance[edit | edit source]

Big zombies are the "fatter" version of a zombie. As seen, the stomach has been sliced, and bloated pores on the back. The eyes are same with a zombie, and they also have a rotting aura.

History[edit | edit source]

Version Release Changes
0.9.004 23 Nov, 2013 Added death animation.
1.1.007 21 May, 2015 Improved animation.
1.4.013 25 Dec, 2017 Added Christmas themed clothes.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Bestiary name of the creature. Devs called this creature "Zombie Troll" in Nov, 2013. In game files it is called zombie_boss and zombie_boss_santa in Christmas days.
  2. According to the bestiary classification.