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Health 20 (♥×10)
Size Width: 1 block
Height: 1 block
Damage Easy: 2.25 (♥×1.125)
Normal: 2.5 (♥×1.25)
Hard: 3.75 (♥×1.875)
Environment Overworld: Deserts & Mesas
Hostility Aggressive
XP Xp Orb.png 7
ID aoa3:furlion
Version added 2.0.4

Furlions are hostile melee mobs that spawn naturally in the Overworld.


Furlions spawn naturally in desert-type biomes in the Overworld.

They will only spawn during the day, and like most other mobs; their spawning can be prevented by placing torches or other lighting blocks nearby to raise the light level above 7.


Furlions are melee mobs that will follow targets both on land and in water. They will initially attempt to avoid getting into the water where possible, but will go in if they find no other path to their target.

They are aggressive, and will attack nearby players within 16 blocks without provocation. If attacked by another entity, they will retaliate and continue targeting that entity.

Staying outside of their targeting range will prevent them from attacking or targeting entities.


Entity loot
Item Quantity Looting Chance Notes
Raw Furlion Chop.png Raw Furlion Chop 1-3 +0.0-1.0 per level 100.0% This entry will be converted into its smelted/cooked version.
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Overworld Table 1 - 100.0%
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Furlions drop Xp Orb.png 7 experience when killed.

Bestiary Entry[]

Furlion, despite their name; are neither furry, or related to lions. Its name actually originates from a desert-dweller who once encountered one of these creatures and named it after himself.

Furlions are a migrant species, often found roaming across deserts in search of new sources of food and water. They are entirely herbivorous, and rely on the sparse vegetation in deserts to survive.

They tend to travel in packs, and will defend themselves and the pack vigorously from unknown creatures. When attacking, they will use their thick, strong skull as a battering ram, charging it straight into its target. Following an impact, they use their large, spring-like legs to launch themselves up and away from the target to avoid retaliation, before charging again. This rather successful deployment of a hit-and-run tactic makes Furlions surprisingly deadly to deal with.