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Template:More sounds Template:Dungeons hatnote Template:Entity An evoker is a spell-casting illager found in woodland mansions and raids, and is the only source of the totem of undying.

Spawning[]

Woodland mansions[]

Individual evokers spawn during the generation of particular woodland mansion rooms. They do not respawn after their initial spawn.

Evokers spawned with mansions do not naturally despawn (unless the world is switched to Peaceful modeTemplate:Only).

Template:IN, evokers can spawn as passive mobs in peaceful difficulty.

Raids[]

Evokers can spawn during raids by themselves or riding ravagers. Evokers cannot spawn in raids in easy difficulty, because such raids have only three waves, while evokers appear in the fifth wave and above.

Java Edition[]

Evokers spawn during raids starting at wave 5. Up to 5 evokers spawn on Hard difficulty. During these events, they can be a raid captain. On Hard difficulty, evokers can also spawn riding a ravager at Wave 7.

They may also rarely spawn as a raid captain.Template:Only

Bedrock Edition[]

Up to 5 evokers spawn during raids, with 1 evoker spawning during waves 5 and 6, and 3 evokers spawning during wave 7. One of them rides a ravager during wave 7.

Drops[]

  • 1 Template:ItemLink. The Looting enchantment does not increase this drop, and it is always dropped, no matter if another mob killed it or not.
  • 0–1 Template:ItemLink if killed by the player, with an increase by 1 with each level of looting, 0-4 maximum.
  • 1 x16px Ominous banner Template:Only or Illager banner Template:Only, if they spawn as a wave leader in raid or take an ominous banner on the ground.
  • Template:Xp exp. upon player kills or if killed by a tamed wolf/summoned iron golem.

Behavior[]

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An evoker attacking with its fangs.

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An evoker summoning fangs in two circles around it.

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An evoker summoning vexes.

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An evoker using its sheep color conversion spell.

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After the spell, the sheep is red.

Evokers attack players, villagers or baby villagers,Template:Only iron golems, snow golemsTemplate:Only and wandering traders within 12 blocks. They are neutral toward every other mob except illagers. If a llama or wolf is caught in the attack, it retaliates on the evoker, causing the evoker to be hostile on them.

If the player is within a 10 block radius and the evoker is not in the middle of summoning an attack, the evoker flees from the player to avoid being attacked.

The evoker has two different attack methods: fang attack and summoning vexes. When attacking, the evoker is much more likely to use a fang attack, and may immediately follow it up by summoning vexes. When evokers are ready to attack, they raise their arms, creating different colored particles for the different attacks.

An evoker visually does not sit down when sitting in a boat or minecart. If an evoker is riding a ravager, its legs appear to sink in the ravager's body.

Evokers are shorter in Bedrock Edition than in Java Edition.

Like shulkers and vindicators, evokers are passive on peaceful difficulty.Template:Only

Evokers can walk as fast as the player's sprinting speed, but mostly stay in the same spot if not provoked by any villagers or iron golems.

Evokers stare at the player in creative mode, just like villagers. The evoker might break the line of sight with the player if it starts summoning or when it sees a target and runs towards the target.

In Java Edition, any evoker can join a patrol if sufficiently near a patrol captain.

Fang attack[]

The evoker signals this attack by producing dark purple particles (Template:EffectSprite) and a low-pitched horn-like sound. A number of fangs rise out of the ground around the player, then snap shut and vanish. Players or mobs caught in the attack are dealt Template:Hp damage, regardless of difficulty.Template:Only This damage is not mitigated by armor but is mitigated by enchantments such as Protection. Other illagers caught in the attack do not take damage, and the evoker doesn't take damage from the fangs or from another evoker's fangs.

Fangs appear no lower than the feet of the lowest combatant and no higher than one block above the feet of the highest combatant. Fangs attempt to appear on the highest opaque block between those two extremes, but fail to spawn if they are obstructed by a solid block. In practice, this means that fangs cannot spawn inside deep pits or on top of high walls, but may, for example, go up a staircase if the target is at the top and the evoker at the bottom, or vice versa.

The evoker typically summons its fangs in a straight line toward the target, but if the target is close enough to the evoker, the evoker summons them in two circles around itself. The player can dodge the fangs, as they do not chase the player. Summoning fangs resets the evoker's spell cooldown to two seconds, and resets the cooldown for summoning fangs to five seconds.

Summoning vexes[]

The evoker signals this attack by producing white particles (Template:EffectSprite) and a higher-pitched horn-like sound. Three vexes appear nearby. The evoker can summon vexes as long as there are fewer than eight vexes within 16 blocks centered on the evoker. This spell resets the evoker's spell cooldown to five seconds, and resets the cooldown for summoning vexes to 17 seconds.

Sheep color conversion spell[]

While the evoker is not engaged in combat and Template:Cmd is set to true, it changes the wool color of any blue sheep within 16 blocks to red. It signals the spell by producing orange particles (Template:EffectSprite) and making a "wololo" sound. This spell resets the evoker's spell cooldown to three seconds, and resets the cooldown for the sheep color conversion spell to seven seconds.

Template:IN, evokers can still change a sheep's color when Template:Cmd is set to false.

Spell Data[]

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Bedrock Edition[]

Evoker Spell data in Vanilla Behavior Pack. (Evoker in bedrock used behavior pack from Bedrock Edition entity components documentation)

Data
Type Weight Min activation range (Distance) Max activation range (Distance) num Entities spawned (Amount) Size Summon cap Summon cap Radius
Fangs Attack (Line) 3 3.0 N/A 16 Fangs 20 N/A
Fangs Attack (Inside Circle) 3 0.0 3.0 5 Fangs 1.5 N/A
Fangs Attack (Outside Circle) 3 0.0 3.0 8 Fangs 2.5 N/A
Summoning Vexes 1 N/A 3 Vexes 1.0 8 16.0
Sheep color conversion spell 3 0.0 16.0 N/A
Timer (Seconds)
Type Base delay Delay per summon Cooldown time Cast duration Entity lifespan
Fangs Attack (Line) 1.0 0.05 5.0 2.0 1.1
Fangs Attack (Inside Circle) 1.0 0.0 5.0 2.0 1.1
Fangs Attack (Outside Circle) 0.15 0.0 5.0 2.0 1.1
Summoning Vexes 2.0 N/A 17.0 5.0 N/A
Sheep color conversion spell N/A 5.0 3.0 N/A

Evoker Fangs[]

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Evoker fangs are the entities that evokers use to attack the player with their fang attack.

The individual fangs in an evoker's fang attacks each have a delay. Before the delay is over, the fangs cannot be seen, although unlike truly invisible entities, fangs in warmup still have a visible debug hitbox. After the delay, the fangs expand into existence, snap shut, make critical hit particles, and shrink out of sight again, dealing Template:Hp magic damage to all mobs standing on the spot. Naturally spawned fangs do not harm illagers, but player-spawned ones do.

Evoker fangs are not affected by Peaceful difficulty.

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Entity data[]

Template:See also Evokers have entity data associated with them that contains various properties.

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Evoker fangs have entity data associated with them that contains various properties.

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History[]

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Issues[]

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Trivia[]

  • Minecraft's "Meet the Evoker" shows an evoker with a hat, which is the similar model of the illusioner's.[1]
    • This hat model is also seen in the evoker, witch, and vindicator's texture file but unused.
    • The hat models also used to exist in the nitwit, librarian, and priest's texture before the Village and Pillage update.
  • The sheep color conversion spell is a reference to priests in a video game named "Age of Empires", where they can turn enemy units into friendly units (changing the unit's color in the process) after making a "wololo" sound.
    • Because "Age of Empires" and Minecraft are Microsoft branded IPs, Mojang was able to get the actual "wololo" sound effect from "Age of Empires" for evokers to use.[1]
  • Evokers are referred to as 'evocation illagers' in the code for pre-1.13 and Template:El code.

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In other media[]

References[]

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