How to Get Rid of Golems Minecraft Legends

If you want to know how to get rid of or despawn Golems in Minecraft Legends, don’t worry, we’re here to help. For reasons I don’t really understand, the game doesn’t give you an option to disband your units whenever you wish. Instead, you kinda have to finagle your way around it. In this guide, we are going to present you with several options, one of which is guaranteed to work.

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how to get rid of golems minecraft legends
How to Get Rid of Golems Minecraft Legends

How to Get Rid of Golems in Minecraft Legends

There are several ways you can get rid of Golems in Minecraft Legends, and the first one is to try and despawn them. I say this only because it’s the less violent way of doing so. First off, you can try and fast travel around the map. This will sometimes help, but it’s by no means a guarantee. The second option is to complete quests, since that will sometimes cause your units to disappear. That’s not exactly the most helpful method, considering that you might want to rid yourself of Golems (or any other units, for that matter) during a quest. No, the best option is, sadly, to kill your men. That’s where lava becomes your best friend.

Now, in order to get rid of Minecraft Legends Golems, you will have to lure them into danger. They won’t just walk into the lava on their own. No, what you need to do is build a ramp or a bridge across it. Order the units you want gone to stand about halfway over, right above their hot, liquid death. Then, walk across the bridge onto safety and remove the bridge by holding Triangle or Y or whatever your equivalent is. Watch as your loyal warriors melt helplessly. They literally followed you to their deaths. They trusted you, and you sacrificed them like they were nothing. How do you live with yourself? Nah, I’m just kidding; the devs should have just included a disband option like every other strategy game.

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