Iron golems are a fan favorite in Minecraft and they can be found guarding the corners of villages, or lurking around abandoned mineshafts. One question that often comes up is: do iron golems despawn? After all, they don’t move so it would make sense if their presence was temporary. Luckily for us, we have an answer! Iron golems despawn in Minecraft. They don’t have a set time that they spawn, so it’s possible to find them out and about while exploring the wilds of Minecraft or even building your dream house on top of one! However, you can only build around iron golems if you are making this structure from scratch – once an area has been built upon for long enough (roughly 20 minutes), iron golems will begin spawning inside as well. This is why sometimes people say “iron farms” instead of saying “mineshaft.” If they want to make sure they’ll get some nice loot without having to worry about mobs taking over their mineshafts too quickly, then it helps to use nether portals during construction, which will spawn them in the nether instead. The iron golem despawning process is a bit different from other mobs, like zombies or skeletons. They’re considered passive mobs so they obey most of the rules that pigs and cows do: running away when facing danger, wandering around aimlessly if there’s nothing to fight against (or no food), etc. If you manage to find an iron golem roaming out in Minecraft somewhere by itself without any village nearby then it won’t take much for you to kill it – as long as you can get your hands on one! Just make sure not to use wooden weapons, otherwise their armor would be too strong and render your attack useless regardless of how-aimed it was. Iron golems despawn in Minecraft. They don’t have a set time that they spawn, so it’s possible to find them out and about while exploring the wilds of Minecraft or even building your dream house on top of one! However, you can only build around iron golems if you are making this structure from scratch – once an area has been built upon for long enough (roughly 20 minutes), iron golems will begin spawning inside as well. This is why sometimes people say “iron farms” instead of saying “mineshaft.” If they want to make sure they’ll get some nice loot without having to worry about mobs taking over their mineshafts too quickly, then it helps to use nether portals during construction

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