These 4 designs are the original size of the game, the same goes for their weapons. Also, these designs are based on the way '' Alsa Honggo '' designs them, I used this technique to save more space.
Notice about Red Zombified Armored Piglin Template: I have made the red (crimson) color of the garments in this design a brighter color.
Reason: I have noticed that when printing with the original color of this design, instead of Crimson, it prints with a light brown color. That is why the color of the design has been increased even more, of course, without changing the texture.
Now, each of these designs will be explained:
Zombified Armored piglin info link: https://minecraft.fandom.com/wiki/Minecraft_Dungeons:Zombified_Armored_Piglin
Zombified armored piglins are zombified variants of the armoured piglin and, they come in two variants: The first variant wears a black armor set has one arm guard and wields the golden variant of the Axe, while the second variant wears a reddish armor set, has two gold guards on its arms, has a cracked Gold helmet and wields a Firebrand. They are also larger and taller than the player.
Zombified armored piglins, just like their living counterparts are hostile and attack players with either a Gold Axe or a Firebrand. Being armored they have more health and deal more damage than their unarmored counterparts.
Zombified Armored piglin Hunter info link: https://minecraft.fandom.com/wiki/Minecraft_Dungeons:Zombified_Armored_Piglin_Hunter
The first variant is seen wearing a black armor set akin to the armored piglin and has one gold guard on its left arm, and wearing a cracked netherite helmet and leather belt with gold accents, while the second variant is seen wearing a black-blue armor set has two gold guards on its arms, and wearing a cracked Gold helmet. They both wield a crossbow.
Zombified armored piglin hunters, like their unarmored counterparts spawn with a crossbow in which they use to shoot arrows at the player, and being armored means they have more health than normal.
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