Minecraft Dungeons:Skin

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The skin selector screen in Minecraft Dungeons.

Skins refer to the textures for a player's character. Players need to choose a skin fit for a hero before they begin their quest. There are many options available. There are four skins that are deemed the four strongest heroes. Unlike in Minecraft, no custom skins can be brought into the game without using third party game mods.

Properties[edit]

For the skins in Minecraft Dungeons, the player model with an arm thickness of 3 pixels is used.

List of all skins[edit]

Image Name Description
Hedwig.png Adriene One of the 4 canonical heroes who appears in the main menu, ending cutscene, and promotional material. Originally called Hedwig.
Hex.png Hex One of the 4 canonical heroes who appears in the main menu, ending cutscene, and promotional material.
Valorie.png Valorie One of the 4 canonical heroes who appears in the main menu, ending cutscene, and promotional material. Also the first to be named.
Hal.png Hal One of the 4 canonical heroes who appears in the main menu, ending cutscene, and promotional material.
Elaine.png Elaine -
Baako.png Baako -
Annika.png Annika -
Bediako.png Bediako -
Christina.png Christina A reference to the Xbox version of the game.
Dani.png Dani A reference to the Playstation version of the game.
Darian.png Darian -
Eshe.png Eshe -
Esperanza.png Esperanza -
Fuego.png Fuego -
Greta.png Greta -
Igor.png Igor -
Jade.png Jade -
Loge.png Loge A reference to the Windows version of the game.
Mayeso.png Mayeso -
Morris.png Morris -
Neo.png Neo -
Nuru.png Nuru -
Qamar.png Qamar -
Sam.png Sam -
Sergey.png Sergey -
Shikoba.png Shikoba -
Sven.png Sven -
Tim.png Tim A reference to the Nintendo Switch version of the game.
Violet.png Violet -
Zola.png Zola -
Alex (Dungeons).png Alex Classic role
Steve (Dungeons).png Steve Classic role, based off his older appearance with the beard.
Wargen.png Wargen DLC (Hero’s Pass only), appears in the hero pass poster.
Pake.png Pake DLC (Hero’s Pass only), appears in the hero pass poster.
Explorer (Skin).png Explorer DLC (Jungle Awakens), appears in the Jungle Awakens poster.
Archeologist.png Archeologist DLC (Jungle Awakens), appears in the Jungle Awakens poster.
Winter Warrior.png Winter Warrior DLC (Creeping Winter), appears in the Creeping Winter poster.
Frosty.png Frosty DLC (Creeping Winter), appears in the Creeping Winter poster.
Llama.png Llama DLC (Howling Peaks), appears in the Howling Peaks poster.
Emerald Skin MCD.png Emerald DLC (Howling Peaks), appears in the Howling Peaks poster.
Nether Warrior.png Nether Warrior DLC (Nether DLC)
End Rogue.png End Rogue DLC (End DLC)

History[edit]

Minecraft Dungeons
Sept 29, 2018Valorie, Hex, Hal and Hedwig appear in the Minecraft Dungeons announcement trailer. Hedwig is missing the hat layer.
June 9, 2019Valorie, Hal, Hedwig, and Hex appear in the Minecraft Dungeons gameplay reveal trailer. Hedwig now has their hat layer and Valorie is named.
Nov 22, 2019Valorie, Bediako, Sergey and Alex appear in the Minecraft Dungeons Diaries episode "Meet the Team".
Nov 28, 2019Darian, Jade, and Hex appear in the Minecraft Dungeons extended gameplay demo.
Dungeons BetaAdded Alex, Annika, Archeologist, Baako, Bediako, Darian, Elaine, Eshe, Esperanza, Explorer, Frosty, Fuego, Greta, Hal, Hedwig, Hex, Igor, Jade, Mayeso, Morris, Neo, Nuru, Pake, Qamar, Sam, Sergey, Shikoba, Steve, Sven, Valorie, Violet, Wargen, Winter Warrior, and Zola.
1.5.0.0Added End Rogue, Emerald, Llama, and Nether Warrior.
1.6.0.0Added Christina, Dani, Loge, and Tim. Removed Llama and Emerald.

Trivia[edit]

  • Llama is the only skin without a lightmap.
    • This is likely just due to Howling Peaks still being worked on and will be patched out soon.
  • Christina, Dani, Loge, and Tim are references to the Xbox, PlayStation, Windows, and Nintendo Switch versions of the game, respectively. They were added in 1.6.0.0, the version that brought crossplay between all four versions.