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Legendary Items are a special form of MineZ loot that can be found at the end of most dungeons as a reward. All Legendaries have special effects when used in game and are obtained from a specific dungeon.
- 1 Legendary Swords
- 2 Legendary Bows
- 3 Legendary Armor
- 4 Other Legendary Items
- 5 Anemos Sanctum Elite Legendaries
- 6 Desert Canyon Sanctuary Elite Legendaries
- 7 Frostbain Catacombs Elite Legendaries
- 8 Paluster Shrine Elite Legendaries
- 9 Shrine of the Dusk Elite Legendaries
- 10 Retired Legendary Items
- 11 Event Legendary Items
- 12 PTR Legendary Items
- 13 Trivia
|Corsair's Edge||Deals 33% More damage to players holding a diamond sword.||Ghost Fleet|
|Endeavour||Deals 60% more damage if the user has less health than the player hit.||St. Roseluck Crypt|
|Flail||Deals less damage when the user has high health. Deals more damage when the user has low health. (Deals 4.5 hearts of damage at half a heart and 2 hearts of damage at full health.)||Aeternalis Crypt|
|Gamble||Has a 50% chance to deal 5 true damage (2.5 hearts) to the player hit; or will deal 6 true damage (3 hearts) to the wielder.||Red Demon Temple|
|Hurter||Damages the player hit for 0 hearts multiple times per second for 10 seconds, causing their screen to shake.||Mantle|
|Ipse's Folly||When right clicked, the user takes 5 hearts of damage and players around the user gain Regeneration II for 15 seconds, at the cost of 10 durability.||Ghost Fleet|
|Kikuichimonji||Deals the damage of an iron sword. Has a 33.3% chance to give the user or the player hit Poison I for 3 seconds.||Veleno Temple|
|Lone Sword||Restores 2 hearts to the user when right clicked, at the cost of 10 durability. Has a 60 second cooldown.||Maze of the Tenth|
|Muramasa||Has a chance to take away one hunger bar and display the message "Hungry?" to the player hit.||Wizard Tower|
|Night's Shadow||Has a 15% chance to give the player hit Nausea IV for 8 seconds. This effect only works at night.||Warped Ruins|
|Overkill||Deals 12 damage to the player hit, but gives the user Weakness V for 10 seconds.||Byesford Labs|
|Peace||Has a 33% chance to give the user or the player hit Weakness II for 3 seconds.||Sunken Library|
|Robber's Blade||Deals no damage, but when the user hits a player, the sword is replaced by an item randomly removed from the target's inventory. If there are no items in the player hit's inventory, the message "You failed to steal from (player hit)" will be displayed to the user. Breaks after use, does not steal Soulbound items or equipped armor and does not work on PvE.||Lost Thieves Guild|
|Vampyr||Has a chance to restore half a heart and display the message "You sucked some blood" to the user.||Dark Mansion|
|Binding Bow||Gives the player shot Slowness III for 5 seconds.||Anvalia Mines|
|Heal Bow||Deals no damage but restores 4 hearts to the player shot, at the cost of 2 arrows.||Lorfaul Mines|
|Quiet||Plays a ghast sound upon shooting a player. (BUG: Currently does not play ghast sound)||Sunken Library|
|Rocksteady||Deals no damage but gives the player shot Resistance III and Slowness III for 4 seconds, at the cost of 2 arrows.||Byesford Labs|
|Shotbow||Shoots a volley of 7 arrows at full charge, at the cost of 3 durability and 7 arrows.||Mount Therum|
|Spike Thrower||8 arrows scatter in a circle around the player shot.||Mantle|
|Truth Bow||Displays the health of the player shot in the user's chat.||Aeternalis Crypt|
|Venom Bow||Gives the player shot Poison I, Nausea II and Speed II for 4 seconds at full charge, at the cost of 3 arrows.||Flooded Tunnels|
|Void Bow||Deals no damage but removes all status effects from the player shot at full charge, at the cost of 3 arrows.||Void Shrine|
|Zombie Bow||Shoots a zombie egg at full charge. Zombie eggs have a chance to turn into a zombie upon contact with the ground. Does not cost any arrows.||Devil's Respite|
|Binding Helmet||Gives the attacker Slowness I for 3 seconds when the wearer is hit.||Krubera Vault|
|Helmet of Vision||Gives the wearer Night Vision IV while equipped. BUG: This effect is only given when the wearer has no other armor equipped. If the wearer equips another piece of armor and then removes the Helmet of Vision, the effect will persist.||Conagher's Abandoned Mineshaft|
|Ninja Sandals||Gives the wearer Speed II for 5 seconds when hit.||Necromancer Tower|
|Rabbit Feet||Gives the wearer Jump Boost II when equipped. Jumping costs 1 durability but will not cost further durability from jumping for 3 seconds.||Exolesco Tunnels|
|Rubber Shield||The wearer takes less damage from arrows but takes more damage from swords.||St. Roseluck Crypt|
Other Legendary Items
|Earth Shaker||Causes zombies in the area to be knocked back a random distance between 5-20 blocks when left clicked on the ground, at the cost of 50 durability.||Saward Crypt|
|Meteor Rain||Causes a storm of fireballs to fall from the sky when right clicked. Breaks after use.||Meteor Crater|
|Zombie Head||Reduces the wearer's visibility (XP bar) by 2 minibars.||Devil's Respite|
|Gate Stone||Causes five symbols to appear around a Waygate when thrown out of inventory nearby it. Jumping to one of the symbols and then into the gateway will teleport the player to another gateway on the map. Becomes darker with each use and no longer works after 8 uses.||Path of Light|
Anemos Sanctum Elite Legendaries
Desert Canyon Sanctuary Elite Legendaries
Frostbain Catacombs Elite Legendaries
Paluster Shrine Elite Legendaries
Shrine of the Dusk Elite Legendaries
Retired Legendary Items
Event Legendary Items
PTR Legendary Items
- Agni is the MineZ God of fire. Agni shares its name with the Hindu God of fire.
- Simoon is the MineZ God of wind. Simoon's name may be derived from the Simoom winds of the Sahara desert.
- Pluvia is the MineZ God of water. The name "Pluvia" is the Latin word for rain.
- Therum is the MineZ Goddess of earth. Therum's name may be derived from Mass Effect in which there is a planet that shares her name. This is evidenced by the fact that "Earth" is both the name of Therum's element and our own planet.
- Hestril is the MineZ God of light. His alter ego, Dentril, is the MineZ God of darkness.
- Corsair's Edge: "Corsair" is another word for a pirate. Since this blade does more damage to those wielding diamond swords, its name could be a metaphor for a battle between a pirate and a more powerful foe. The pirate is most likely outgeared, and would need a Corsair's Edge to win the battle.
- Endeavour: An "Endeavour" is an attempt to achieve something difficult - such as defeating an opponent with greater health than you - which explains the effect of this weapon.
- Flail: A "Flail" is a type of weapon consisting of a staff with a heavy or spiked ball hanging from a rope or chain. The weapon would be swung around, causing the ball to hit an enemy.
- Ipse's Folly: "Ipse" is the Latin word for "he", and "folly" is a state of foolishness. This suggests that the wielder of this sword is foolish and that using the sword is a mistake.
- Kikuichimonji: "Kiku-ichimonji" is the name given to the collection of thirteen swords created at a special sword-making convention for a Japanese emperor in 1208 AD.
- Muramasa: Muramasa Sengo was a famous swordsmith who lived in the 1500s in Japan. Legend has it his blades could drive his opponents mad to the point of suicide after a fight. This may reflect the weapon's effect to steal hunger from players.
- Vampyr: "Vampyr" is the Latin word for "vampire", which reflects the weapon's ability to suck blood from the player hit.
- Shotbow: The Shotbow name of the network that hosts the MineZ servers, the "Shotbow Network". The logo of the network is a Minecraft bow charged with three arrows, just like how the weapon fires multiple arrows at once.
- Ninja Sandals: A "ninja" is the name given to someone skilled in ninjutsu, a Japanese martial art based around stealth and agility, hence why the boots grant speed.
- Battle Sign: A battlesign is a type of weapon that can be created in the Tinker's Construct mod for Minecraft.
- Masamune: Masamune was a Japanese swordsmith from slightly earlier than Muramasa (late 13th to early 14th centuries). His works were known for being of great beauty and splendor. This may be the reason for the Masamune Legendary healing the user. Masamune is arguably Japan's most famous swordsmith - to this day, an award is given out annually called the Masamune Prize and is only given to works of exceptional beauty and perfection.
- Oni Mask: Oni are characters of Japanese mythology and folklore, commonly depicted as demons, ogres, or other unappealing creatures.
- Phantom Blade: "Phantom" is another word for a ghost of a typically malicious nature. The Phantom Blade may pull the user towards their target to signify how a phantom may continue to haunt its prey.
- Thorned Crown: According to three of the four gospels, a crown of thorns was placed on the head of Jesus Christ during the events leading up to his crucifixion. The Thorned Crown in MineZ was previously found inside the Lost Thieves Guild, which makes sense as a Biblical relic would be worth an incredibly large sum of money and therefore would be a target for thieves.
- Gorgon's Gaze: According to Greek literature, the term "Gorgon" commonly refers to any of the three sisters who had hair made of living, venomous snakes, as well as a gaze that turned those who behold them to stone. This explains why hitting the wearer gives the attacker Slowness; by hitting the wearer they are gazing into the Gorgon's eyes and getting turned into stone.
- Mjolnir: "Mjölnir" is the name of the hammer wielded by Thor, the Norse God of thunder. This is why the weapon strikes lightning when used.
- Tenseiga: The Tenseiga is a sword found in the InuYasha manga series. Its special properties were that it could not harm or kill living beings, however it was able to badly injure beings from the realm of the dead. In the world of the living it had the power to resurrect the dead and heal the wounded, which is why the Legendary heals others it hits.
- Blunderbuss: A blunderbuss is a type of gun used mainly in the 1800s, which was designed to fire small ball-shaped bullets.
- The Zombie Head used to be an Event Legendary item obtained from the Frostbain Catacombs. It had a 1% chance of spawning in the loot room, prior to the Secret Project Update in August 2015. Zombie Heads became obtainable again in the Pre-Origins Update, and were later given a 1% chance to drop from Giants.
- Shrine of the Dusk is the only Elite Dungeon to have a 11.1% drop chance for it's Elite Legendary potion, Dentril's Dread. This is because one of the nine slots in the Elite Legendary dispensers contain The Key of Axis Mundi - Dusk Fragment instead of an additional potion.
- The Pre-Origins Update reintroduced Legendaries that were either Event Legendaries (such as Peace, Quiet and Zombie Head), or Pre-Secret Project Update Legendaries (such as Corsair's Edge, Vampyr and Gamble). There were also new Legendaries introduced (such as Endeavour, Meteor Rain and Venom Bow).
- The Pre-Origins Update also removed two Secret Project Update Legendaries: Helmet of Vision and Heal Sword. Helmet of Vision has since returned with the PTR Update.
- In the Origins Update more Legendaries will be introduced/reintroduced. It is possible that one or more of the Legendaries will come from the "New Legendary Ideas" forum page by 66tee.