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This is a list of Enchantments appearing in the game Minecraft Dungeons. Players can attach Enchantments to their Weapons and Armor to power them up with added effects. With a variety of Enchantments available for all types of Weapons and Armor, a whole new world of versatility opens up with new ways to best your foes!

What are Enchantments?

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The Poison Cloud Enchantment in use.

Enchantments are used to grant additional effects to Weapons and Armor. As Minecraft Dungeons has no Classes or Abilities of any type, players will distinguish their play styles by attaching Enchantments to their Weapons and Armor which help them play a certain role on their team.

Upgrading Enchantments

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Every time you level up your character, you receive an enchantment point. This will allow you to power up one of the Enchantments placed on one of your Weapons or Armor.

Enchantments can be upgraded to a maximum level of 3, with each level further enhancing their effects. By upgrading your Enchantments, you can continue to use your favorites throughout the game, even against stronger enemies!

Salvage Weapons and Armor to Respec

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As you progress through the game, you'll frequently switch out for superior Weapons and Armor found on your adventures. To avoid letting your Enchantments go to waste, you can salvage old Weapons and Armor to regain their Enchantment Points.

Although you can't remove Enchantments without Salvaging, you'll be able to use the retrieved Enchantment Points to invest in new Enchantments for your new-found Equipment.

List of Enchantments

List of Weapon Enchantments

Name Effect
Accelerate Increases attack speed for each consecutive shot. Resets one second after the attack.
Bonus Shot Firing a shot also fires a second shot at a nearby enemy. The second shot has reduced damage.
Burning Every 0.5 seconds damages all enemies in melee range.
Chains Has a 30% chance to chain a cluster of mobs together and keep them bound for a short time.
Committed Deal increased damage against already wounded enemies.
Cool Down Reduces the cooldown time between uses of your Artifacts.
Cowardice When you are at full HP, you deal increased ranged and melee damage.
Deflect Grants a small chance to deflect incoming projectiles.
Echo Some of your attacks are followed up by another in rapid succession
Electrified Rolling zaps three nearby enemies with lightning bolts, dealing damage.
Explorer For every one hundred blocks explored on the map, you regain a small amount of health.
Final Shout When your health drops below 25%, all your artifacts are used (ignoring cooldown periods).
Fire Aspect Sets mobs on fire for 3 seconds, dealing damage over time
Fire Trail Rolling creates a trail of fire behind you, which deals damage to mobs for four seconds.
Food Reserves Whenever you use a healing potion, you also create random food items.
Freezing Slows mobs after hit for three seconds.
Frenzied While you are at less than half health, your attack speed is increased.
Fuse Shot Every few shots has a timed charge that explodes one second after impact, dealing 100% damage to nearby mobs.
Gravity This effect pulls mobs in range towards the weapon's impact point.
Growing The fired shot grows in the air, dealing extra damage to distant targets.
Health Synergy When activating any artifact, you regain a small amount of health.
Infinity Chance to immediately replenish an arrow after shooting.
Leeching Defeating a mob heals you a small portion of the mob's max health
Looting Increases the chance for mobs to drop consumables.
Multishot Grants the chance to fire five arrows at once.
Piercing Fired arrows sometimes gain the piercing effect, which allows them to fly through multiple mobs.
Poison Cloud Has a 30% chance to summon a poison cloud that deals damage to enemies in an area for three seconds.
Potion Barrier Whenever you use a healing potion, you take -90% damage for a short duration.
Power Power boosts arrow damage.
Prospector Find more Emeralds on fallen enemies.
Punch Boosts arrow pushback.
Radiance Shot Has a 20% chance to spawn a circular area that heals all allies within it.
Rapid Fire Increases your attack speed.
Recycler Being hit by damage-inflicting projectiles will occasionally craft a small quiver of arrows.
Ricochet Small chance for arrows to ricochet off mobs.
Sharpness Makes your weapon sharper, making it deal more damage
Smiting Increases damage against the Undead
Snowball Fires a snowball at a nearby enemy every few seconds, briefly stunning it.
Speed Synergy When activating any artifact, you gain +20% movement speed for a short time.
Stunning Chance to temporarily stun enemies.
Surprise Gift Whenever you use a healing potion, you sometimes create random consumables.
Swiftfooted Rolling makes you move faster for three seconds.
Tempo Theft Steals a small amount of a mob's movement speed and gives it to you for four seconds.
Thorns Whenever you take damage, you deal damage back to the attacker.
Thundering Has a 30% chance to summon a lightning strike that damages nearby enemies.
Weakening Your attacks temporarily decrease the attack damage of all nearby enemies
Wild Rage Hitting an enemy has a chance to send it into a rage, making it hostile towards everyone.
Anima Conduit Each soul you absorb grants a small amount of health.
Supercharge Charged shots deal more damage and have more pushback.
Unchanting Projectiles need more damage to enchanted enemies.

List of Weapon Enchantments

List of Armor Enchantments

Name Effect
Burning Every 0.5 seconds damages all enemies in melee range.
Cool Down Reduces the cooldown time between uses of your Artifacts.
Cowardice When you are at full HP, you deal increased ranged and melee damage.
Deflect Grants a small chance to deflect incoming projectiles.
Electrified Rolling zaps three nearby enemies with lightning bolts, dealing damage.
Explorer For every one hundred blocks explored on the map, you regain a small amount of health.
Final Shout When your health drops below 25%, all your artifacts are used (ignoring cooldown periods).
Fire Trail Rolling creates a trail of fire behind you, which deals damage to mobs for four seconds.
Food Reserves Whenever you use a healing potion, you also create random food items.
Frenzied While you are at less than half health, your attack speed is increased.
Health Synergy When activating any artifact, you regain a small amount of health.
Potion Barrier Whenever you use a healing potion, you take -90% damage for a short duration.
Recycler Being hit by damage-inflicting projectiles will occasionally craft a small quiver of arrows.
Snowball Fires a snowball at a nearby enemy every few seconds, briefly stunning it.
Speed Synergy When activating any artifact, you gain +20% movement speed for a short time.
Surprise Gift Whenever you use a healing potion, you sometimes create random consumables.
Swiftfooted Rolling makes you move faster for three seconds.
Thorns Whenever you take damage, you deal damage back to the attacker.

List of Armor Enchantments

This page only includes information currently confirmed by the Minecraft development team. The full list of Enchantments will be released at lightning speed when the game is released on May 26th, 2020. Check back then to find out the effects of each Enchantment, the best combinations of Enchantments with Weapons and Armor, and more!

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14 Anonymousabout 3 hours

>>12 It's an enchantment and a weak one. It's not worth getting.

13 Anonymous2 days

>>10 Maybe you can finish the campaign in one day. It's not that long but I think it will be fun.

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      ^ Also need help with this

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      Yep. The game feels like an arcade dungeon crawler game because of that. I think it would be better if they made an actual, great, and deep story for the game.

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