Best Minecraft Dungeon Builds: Rogue/Assassin/Ninja: Gear, Weapons, Artifacts, Enchantments

Minecraft Dungeons is an awesome action RPG with a bright future ahead of it. New expansions are just around the corner as we dive deeper into endgame, farming equipment, and determining the best builds for each playstyle.

As part of our series on the best Minecraft Dungeons character builds, here’s a more in-depth look at what ninja-style rogue players should look for when creating a build.

This build specifically revolves around Nightmare’s Bite Sickles and Spider Armor. Working in conjunction, Nightmare’s Bite generates a large cloud of poison with each hit, damaging enemies in an area of ​​effect. Spider Armor also applies a 3% lifesteal aura to your character, ensuring you don’t die during melee. Your playstyle with this build will heavily depend on the enchantments you can get on this gear, which we’ll cover in the next section.

As for ranged weapons, since this build is all about melee, ideally you’ll be looking for a bow or crossbow that fuels fantasy or building, or comes with particularly useful enchantments, such as Tempo Theft, to help you increase your speed.

All items can be found from the blacksmith if you’re lucky, but you can narrow it down using the Minecraft Dungeon loot tables. Nightmare Bite can drop in Pumpkin Pastures, Arch Haven, or Desert Temple. Spider armor can drop anywhere rogue armor drops, including desert temple and redstone mines.

Ideal enchants

Seizing the right enchantments on your items can be rather Random case, often it makes sense to go with the best enchantments you get and adapt as needed. However, if you manage to grab any of these, it can seriously improve your build.

Ideal artifacts

Depending on your survivability and playstyle, some of them can probably be swapped and mixed, but they’re all geared towards surviving one-on-one with large amounts of mobs, or taking hits from some of the heavier and more dangerous minis. bosses like the Redstone Monstrosity.

  • Ironskin Amulet: If you want to hold on to melee and take punches to the face while slicing everything to pieces, this is a good option. This also helps bosses where your ability to stun is entirely negated.
  • Shock powder: This produces a very wide and very long area of ​​effect stun which is an incredibly useful tool for taking advantage of your lifesteal aura and making up lost ground with the enemy.
  • Light feather: This is an invaluable option for any melee attacker, allowing you to get in and out of combat quickly with a stun bonus for good measure. It also has a very short and very generous cooling.
  • Fishing rod: Want to maximize your Spider Ninja fantasy? Chaining mobs to you with a bonus stun can be surprisingly useful, especially on tanky mobs, or annoying ranged mobs like, indeed, spiders.
  • Death Cap Mushroom: A damage booster’s best friend, the Death Cap Mushroom massively increases your attack speed, resulting in some truly insane damage per second. Few enemies will be able to withstand an onslaught with this for quite some time.

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