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Véase también: Tutorials/Defeating a pillager outpost

Puesto de saqueadores
Pillager outpost watchtower.png
Biomas
Consiste de

See Plantilla:Slink

Puede generarse en
chunks existentes

No

Un puesto de saqueadores es una variedad de estructuras habitadas por saqueadores.

Generación[editar | editar código]

Los puestos de saqueadores son estructuras semi-raras, que generan cada varios cientos o miles de bloques.[1] Esto los hace más raros que las aldeas,[2] pero menos raros que las mansiones del bosque.

Pillager outposts can generate naturally in any village-generating biome, including:

En Edición Java, pillager outposts never generate too close to, or within, villages. They can do so en Edición Bedrock as well generate far away from villages.

En Edición Java, if an outpost spawns in the water or in the air (e.g., spawning near a savanna plateau), then a platform of grass (or sand), dirt, and stone spawns underneath it in a circular shape. This also applies to the smaller structures such as tents, targets, log piles, and cages. On occasion, the smaller structures still spawn in the air despite having a platform below them, depending on how high up they are.

En Edición Bedrock, pillager outposts generate with foundations similar to that of a woodland mansion: watchtowers use cobblestone, birch planks, and dark oak logs as their foundation; tents and cages generate dark oak planks as their foundation; log piles use horizontal dark oak logs as their foundation; and targets generate cobblestone as a foundation.

The outpost tower generates each time. Up to 4 other smaller structures may spawn around the periphery of the main outpost structure.

Eight extra air blocks also generate around the outpost.[3]

Criaturas[editar | editar código]

PillagerFace.png IronGolemFace.png
Pillager Iron Golem
(spawns in cages, sometimes)

Iron golems spawn only during the generation of the outpost structures; however, both regular pillagers and pillager captains can continuously spawn in structures. Pillagers do not spawn while a player is inside the tower. En Edición Java they spawn in a 72×54×72 area centered on the top level of the watchtower, the same level as the chest. En Edición Bedrock, they spawn at or below a particular location in the outpost; specifically, they choose the northwest corner of the highest opaque block with a non-solid block on top.

En Edición Java, only pillagers and passive mobs may spawn within a pillager outpost spawn area. Pillagers may spawn on any valid opaque block as long as the sky light level is 11 or lower, and the block light level is 8 or lower, but can also spawn on grass or sand blocks regardless of sky light level. Therefore, players may pacify an outpost by removing all grass/sand blocks and properly lighting the area as they normally would to prevent enemy mob spawns.

Mal Presagio[editar | editar código]

Upon killing an outpost captain, the player receives 1 level of the Bad Omen effect applied to them for 100 minutes (5 in-game days).

Structure[editar | editar código]

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A pillager outpost consists of a 4 level watchtower with other smaller structures around it.

Structure blocks can be used to manually load pieces of the pillager outpost from the /data/minecraft/structures/pillager_outpost folder in minecraft.jar. To do so, set a structure block to Load mode, enter pillager_outpost/<structure_name>, and press LOAD.

Structure name Description Consists of Image
watchtower A large tower with a loot chest on the top level.

347 Dark Oak Planks
290 Birch Planks
207 Cobblestone
144 Dark Oak Log
48 Dark Oak Fence
45 Dark Oak Slab
33 Cobblestone Stairs
16 Dark Oak Stairs
8 Cobblestone Wall
4 Cobblestone Slab
4 Torch
1 Chest (random loot)

8 Illager Banner.png Ominous Banner[Solo EJ]/Illager Banner‌[Solo EB]

Pillager outpost watchtower.png
feature_cage1 A wooden cage, which sometimes has an iron golem trapped inside.

24 Dark Oak Fence
12 Dark Oak Log
8 Dark Oak Stairs
4 Dark Oak Slab

Pillager outpost feature cage1.png
feature_cage2 Pillager outpost feature cage2.png
feature_logs A pile of dark oak logs. 21 Dark Oak Log Pillager outpost feature logs.png
feature_targets Two scarecrow-like targets. 6 Dark Oak Fence
2 Carved Pumpkin
2 Hay Bale
Pillager outpost feature targets.png
feature_tent1 A small tent made of wool, with a crafting table inside. 20 White Wool
10 Dark Oak Fence
1 Crafting Table
Pillager outpost feature tent1.png
feature_tent2 A small tent made of wool, with a crafting table and pumpkins inside. 20 White Wool
10 Dark Oak Fence
4 Pumpkin
1 Crafting Table
Pillager outpost feature tent2.png

Technical Structures[editar | editar código]

Structure name Description Consists of Image
watchtower_overgrown Generated with a structure integrity of around 0.03 on top of a regular watchtower to add random mossy cobblestone and vines into the build.

347 Dark Oak Planks
290 Birch Planks
207 Mossy Cobblestone
144 Dark Oak Log
113 Vines
48 Dark Oak Fence
45 Dark Oak Slab
33 Mossy Cobblestone Stairs
16 Dark Oak Stairs
8 Mossy Cobblestone Wall
4 Mossy Cobblestone Slab
4 Torch
1 Chest (random loot)

8 Illager Banner.png Ominous Banner[Solo EJ]/Illager Banner‌[Solo EB]

Pillager outpost watchtower overgrown.png
base_plate This generates first, to mark the locations of both watchtowers and each outer structure, using jigsaw blocks. N/A Pillager outpost base plate.png
feature_plate The horizontal jigsaw block connects to the base plate to determine its own location, while the vertical jigsaw block connects to an outer structure. N/A Pillager outpost feature plate.png

Botín[editar | editar código]

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  1. 1,0 1,1 All enchantments are equally probable, including treasure enchantments (except Soul Speed), and any level of the enchantment is equally probable.

Historial[editar | editar código]

Edición Java
1.1418w47aAdded pillager outposts.
18w47bReduced the amount of pillagers that spawn around outposts.
18w50aRaid captains can now spawn in outposts.
Edición Bedrock
1.10.0beta 1.10.0.3Added pillager outposts, which are available only through Experimental Gameplay.
Pillager outposts generate with black banners on them.
1.11.0beta 1.11.0.1Pillager outpost now generate with gray banners on them.
Pillager outpost are rarer.
Outpost captains spawn in pillager outpost watchtower.
beta 1.11.0.3Fully implemented pillager outposts, separate from Experimental Gameplay.
Pillager outpost now generate with pillager banner, instead of a gray banner.
Edición PlayStation 4
1.91Added pillager outposts.

Issues[editar | editar código]

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Galería[editar | editar código]

Odd generation[editar | editar código]

References[editar | editar código]


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