The Guilded Titan in the nether
The Guilded Titan
Spawning conditions: Guilded Titans would spawn in groups of piglin in nether wastes and crimson forests (Not in bastions, however). While not being directly buildable by the player, you can find formations of guilded blackstone around the nether similar to how an iron golem is built, keeping their origin as somewhat of a mystery (Maybe they’re fueled by soulsand?)
Appearance: Guilded Titans would be vaguely similar to the Iron Golem in appearance, with some key differences. Their faces resemble those of piglin, melded together with gold and blackstone. They’re slimmer but taller, being hunched back. They run on all fours, using their large forearms to give them extra speed.
Behavior: Guilded Titans follow after piglins in their attacks, targeting hoglins and wither skeletons whenever instructed. This also includes you, the player. The Guilded Titan has two main attacks it can use. The first attack is a piglin toss, which has it throwing piglins at you. When grabbed, the piglin gets a temporary immunity to fall damage. Their other attack is a long punch that deals fair horizontal knockback. To compensate for its strength, the guilded titan loses strength and durability, being weaker in attack power than the brutes are and having less health than an iron golem. Much like the piglin, however, they’ll be neutralized if the player wears any gold armor. Guilded Titans can also have a piglin spawn on top of it with a crossbow in extremely rare cases. Upon death, they’ll drop a fair amount of golden nuggets, and rarely drop a block guilded blackstone.
Guilded Titans have a few other behavioral quirks, like dancing alongside the piglin after a successful hoglin hunt, or tossing baby piglin in the air to play with them (The babies not taking fall damage ofc). The titan could diversify mobs in the nether and expand the concept of a golem in an interesting way.
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