Large, bipedal, metallic and strong utility mob in Minecraft. Iron golems can spawn on most of solid, full-sized opaque blocks near the location where multiple villagers reside, can interact and have access to their own job blocks and beds. Has a total 100 health points (50 hearts) and deals heavy damage; it will attack almost any hostile and neutral mobs by swinging both arms. Sometimes it will stretch its arm out while "offering" a red flower as a symbol of mutual alliance between villagers and golems. Once a player's reputation in a village is at its worst as the result of continuously harming or killing villagers, naturally-spawned iron golems will always chase and attack him/her. A group of villagers in distress upon encountering threat will spawn it immediately; this is a reason why players are encouraged to lure a zombie inside, in order to increase the iron farm effectivity.
Players can build it by putting four iron blocks on ground in T-shaped formation, and placing a carved pumpkin on the top. Player-built iron golems will not attack the one who built it.
Will drop 3-5 iron ingots and sometimes 1-2 poppies upon death. It serves as the main renewable source of iron, beside rare zombie drops.