Earlier this week, Mojang revealed the first potential new mob that will be an option during this year's Mob Vote during Minecraft Live, the Sniffer (essentially a turtle that can sniff out new ancient seeds). Shortly after that they revealed the Rascal, the second Mob Vote option (which resides in mineshafts and will reward you with loot for managing to find it three times).
You can find out more about the Sniffer and the Rascal here and here. Now, though, Mojang has revealed the third and final mob that will be an option during the Mob Vote, the "Tuff Golem". By the sounds of it, it's a golem made out of tuff which will be a relief to hear for those who have come to realise that the relatively new tuff block serves no purpose.
Should the Tuff Golem win the Mob Vote, players will be able to combine their hordes of tuff with a pumpkin to create the cute little creature. What's more, apparently if you include a dyed block of wool in the creation of the Tuff Golem, they will be wearing a little coloured tunic.
For those who aren't in the know, the Mob Vote is an annual tradition that takes place during the Minecraft Live online event. Mojang offers three potential mobs to players and makes them vote on which they want to actually be implemented into the game. The others are seemingly cast into the void, never to be seen again.
While previous years' Mob Votes took place via Minecraft's official Twitter page, this year players will have to cast their vote using the game's launcher. This ensures that only those who actually own Minecraft can vote, only the opinions of those devoted enough to boot up the launcher when the time comes are considered, and, most importantly, no funny business can occur to skew the tally.
Check out the Tuff Golem below and be sure to make your choice during Minecraft Live on October 14th; just a week from now!