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Type Boss
Location Adlet Stronghold
Hostile Yes
Technical Info
Config common.entity.dungeon.adlet.yeti
Type Event
Location Taiga | Tundra | Snowland
Hostile Yes
Technical Info

Yeti is the second boss of the Adlet Stronghold dungeon.

A wild variant also spawns in snowy biomes during the Christmas event.


Yeti is found at the bottom of the underground vault beneath the stronghold. Players will need a Bone Key dropped by the Adlet Elder to enter the vault.

The Christmas Yeti is a relatively rare (1 in 19) spawn in Taiga, Tundra and Snowland biomes. Tundra forests have a slightly higher spawn rate of 1 in 17. Note that during this event, there will be snow in biomes that do not normally have it. Your current biome is included in the debug info shown by pressing F3.


Item Quantity Rarity
2 - 6
1 - 3
2 - 4
2 - 6
1 10%
1 10%
Data exported on 2024-02-17
Item Quantity Rarity
1 - 15 75%
1 25%
Data exported on 2024-02-17



Name Description
Snowball Throws a large snowball that sticks to the walls and floor. Deals damage in flight or when touched after landing.
Frost Breath Releases a chilling spread of air that slows and damages the target greatly.
Ice Wave Slams the ground with its club, sending out a rush of spikes from the floor over a 90 degree angle in front of the Yeti. Knocks the target upwards and causes bleeding.
Strike Clubs the target with its massive Ice Shard, knocking the target across the room.


When at a distance from the Yeti, it will keep throwing snowball - these are safe to roll through. Also, moving towards the Yeti will cause the snowballs to go over your head. Moving away makes you an easier target.

Controlling your mobility can be a challenge during the fight, as all three close to medium range attacks will disrupt your movement. In the Adlet Stronghold, there are also several slippery ice patches on the floor.

Jump over ice waves and avoid/block the club strikes.

Staying ahead of the frost breath is straightforward at close range, as long as you don't get hit by it and slowed down. Moving ahead of it is harder at medium ranges, so a player with aggro should be mindful of where their team mates are.

The easiest position to deal damage is from behind, as all attacks are front facing.

See also


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