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Don´t make yourselves the villains in my story.
~ Ivor to Jesse and Petra/Gabriel the Warrior.
Jesse: There is more to life than survival!
Ivor: Without survival, there is no life.
~ Ivor and Jesse arguring
~ Ivor's catchphrase, which is also his closing Line in Episodes 6-8
Oh for goodness sake... I'm not letting that idiot get himself killed!
~ Ivor, after an amnesiac Gabriel runs off during the final confrontation with the Wither Storms (determinant)
Jesse never even gave up on me... and I used to be a bad guy.
~ Ivor.

Ivor is the secondary antagonist/false antagonist in episode 1-2 of Minecraft: Story Mode from Telltale. He became an antihero in episode 3. Later, starting from Episode 4, he becomes a supporting character. In episode 5, he becomes a major protagonist, and a good mentor to Jesse. He is a disgruntled former member of the Order of the Stone.

He is voiced by Paul Reubens, who is best known for Portraying Pee-Wee Herman. He first appeared in ​"The Order of the Stone".  



Ivor has slick black hair, a long beard and wears an olive green coat and pants with a belt with a gem on. In one of the flashbacks, he was shown to have armor with an olive and blue tinge to it. He also wore fingerless gloves and gold boots.


Oh, come on, he's super funny and he makes me laugh.
~ Jesse to Petra, about Ivor.

Ivor, at first, is shown to be a grouchy, impatient, arrogant, aggressive, and grumpy loner. In earlier episodes, he immediately took a disliking to Jesse upon meeting him/her, showing unfriendliness and impatience. He also seemed to be a shady man with a particularly large grudge against his former teammates, the Order of the Stone, as seen mostly with Gabriel the Warrior. He is also somewhat cowardly, and is fully aware of it, as seen when he loses control over his Wither Storm, and he runs away, and since he created he Wither Storm, he was thought to be the antagonist.

This personality traits however, due to resented by the fact he forced to lie on how he and his fellow Order of the Stone defeat Ender Dragon and remorseful with such decision. So, in a way, Ivor does have a sense or honor. To put an end of such a lie, he took the great length to put an end of the said lies by creating a deadlier species of Wither, called the Wither Storm, something he remorsed. He hinted this when confronting Jesse and Petra/Gabriel by saying, "Don´t make yourselves the villains in my story".

His main motive of creating The Wither Storm was to prove that Gabriel and the others were frauds. He also went out of his way to find Jesse's Gang to warn them that the Wither Storms was following Gabriel's Amulet, despite his poor relationship with them, and showed remorse when he found out that Jesse had it, showing that he cared for them. During the final battle against The Wither Storms, when either an amnesiac Gabriel or a cowardly Soren run off from the group, Ivor runs after them, to make sure they don't get hurt.

Despite this honor, he can be dishonest at times, such as scamming Petra on a deal by giving her lapis instead of a diamond like he promised, and trying to reveal The Order of the Stone's lies to the world despite promising to keep the truth a secret in exchange for all their treasures.

Ever since redeeming himself be showing his motives and giving Jesse and his/her friends armor and Jesse a weapon, Ivor, while still rather aggressive and arrogant, shows a more caring and supportive side, even directly saving Jesse's life at one point. He is shown to be more eccentric and excitable, especially when it comes to adventures and treasure. He is very loyal and protective towards his friends, going out of his way to help them, even though nearly all of them were once his enemies. Like many characters, he is also sympathetic, as seen when he sympathizes with Jesse regarding his pet pig Reuben's death when he/she loses him, and later, when learning Harper's backstory and prolonged isolation, he emphasizes with her due to her having a similar past to him. He also admires and relates to Harper, seeing her as "amazing."



Ivor, alongside his friends Soren, Gabriel, Elleegard, and Magnus, were once members of the Order of the Stone, a group of supposed legendary heroes. Along with the others, he defeated the Ender Dragon and entered the legend. However, Ivor left the Order due to the Order lying about their legend and being frauds: Whatever legendary powers and abilities that the Order had were not learned from training, experience, and study that allowed them to overcome challenging obstacles like Ender Dragon itself, but rather granted by Soren in secret with Command Block' reality warping ability. Therefore, the Order themselves actually don't know how to use their granted powers that they not ready against Ender Dragon in their supposed legendary battle, prompt Soren to use Command Block again to destroy the Dragon, this time, in front of his friends. Gabriel, Elleegard, and Magnus tolerate Soren when he revealed that his Command Block was source of their powers, and even agreed to made up the story of their supposed legendary battle to avoid facing ridicule for incapability to defeat Ender Dragon.

Since that moment, despite the Order giving him all their treasures in exchange for keeping the truth secret, he vowed to get revenge on all the order and came up with the idea to summon a special Wither, with the command block used to defeat the Ender Dragon

Order of the Stone

Ivor was going to trade with Petra for a wither skull, and in return, Petra was going to get a diamond. When both Petra and Jesse go back to the city, both of them went to a dark alley to trade with Ivor. However, Ivor wasn't present, making Petra search for Ivor, while leaving Jesse behind incase Ivor comes.

Then, Ivor makes his first appearance, and meeting Jesse for the first time. Jesse tries to stall, but Ivor starts to leave and decline the trade. Luckily, Petra comes back in time with the wither skull. As Petra gives Ivor the wither skull, Ivor tells both of them to get the diamond from the nearby chest. However, when they open the chest, there was only Lapis Lazuli, confirming it was a scam all along.

Because of this, Petra joins Jesse's Gang and all of them try to find Ivor. When they found Ivor coming to Gabriel's presention, they try to stop them, but the Usher blocked their path, stopping Jesse and his gang from getting past.

After when they collected enough slimeballs to craft a slimeblock, they do so to break the glass from the chicken machine, theUsher was distracted by the Chickens and ran away, letting them catch up to Ivor. As they got in the building, Jesse and the game went down the basement (AKA Ivor's Lair) and try to find the diamond for Petra. Axel and Jesse found a Fancy Potion and player determinant on who stole it.

Ivor with an Iron Golem

Ivor with the Iron Golem that he had just created.

However, Ivor came down the basement, surprising the gang. They all try to hide from Ivor, but they failed when Oliviaaccidentally dropped a potion. When they get caught, however, Ivor spawns an Iron Golem, which chases the gang (and also leaving Lukas behind).

With either choice Jesse makes (either rescuing Lukas or alerting Gabriel), Ivor comes and interrupts the keynote speech. After arguing with Gabriel, he then unleashes the Wither Storm, which terrifies the citizens, making them evacuate. Gabriel the Warrior wasn't able to stop it, but Ivor attempts to stop it himself by telling the 'creature' to stop, but also fails as well. Ivor then resorts to his 'Fancy Potion', but since Axel/Jesse stole the real Potion, Ivor uses the wrong one which doesn't affect the Wither Storm.

Jesse grabs out Ivor's Fancy Potion and throws it at the Command Block, but the Wither Storm detected this and fully protected its Command Block core before he could throw it. As the Wither Storm grows, all of them evacuate as well and ran to Gabriel's temple. At Gabriel's temple, a nether portal is found and Jesse lights the portal up and some of his / her friends go through and Ivor follows after them.

After Jesse and Lukas are knocked into the Nether, the group (minus Petra) confront Ivor, where he tells Jesse that the minecart track is the only way out of the Nether before using an invisibility potion and vanishing.

Later on when Jesse and his / her friends find the temple of the Order, where it is revealed that Ivor was one of the members of the Order of the Stone, but was kicked out as he distrusted Gabriel.

Assembly Required

In Assembly Required, whilst Jesse and his/her friends use the Amulet to find Soren, Ivor shows up on the map, shocking Jesse's friends as well as the Order. They all agree to stop him before he arrives at Soren's hideout.

After Jesse is separated from Petra or Gabriel, he/she finds Ivor in the library, messing with the books. Even when Jesse asks him to calm down, he responds in a hostile manner and shoves him/her and attempts to escape. He wants to stop the Order from destroying the Wither Storm and believes he can do it himself. Either Petra or Gabriel shows up to aid Jesse in fighting Ivor, depending on Jesse's choice on who to save in Episode 1, and the three fight it out with swords and potions. After the duel, Jesse's friends show up to stop him, cornering Ivor. However, he surprises them with a slowness potion and walks off, locking them in. He doesn't appear until Episode 4, but shows up at the beginning of Episode 3 walking away.

The Last Place You Look

Ivor doesn't appear until Episode 4, but shows up at the beginning of Episode 3 walking out of the library. As Jesse's Gang tries to stop him, Jesse himself tells Ivor either that he won't get away with his plans, he'll pay for them, or to come back and fight them, or he can say nothing. Nevertheless, Ivor completely ignores Jesse, and walks out of the library with the doors slamming shut behind him.

A Block and a Hard Place

In A Block And A Hard Place, Ivor follows Jesse's Gang to their hideout where they are hiding from the Wither Storm. He is seen arguing with Soren. Jesse interrupts and Ivor reveals that he has a plan to help them destroy the Wither Storm. He explains that Jesse's Gang is in danger because he programmed the Wither Storm to track the Amulet. Jesse reveals that he has the Amulet, which Ivor didn't know. Soren explains that they saw Endermen pull apart the Wither Storm, and they create a plan to lure the Wither Storm towards Soren's Fortress (Which is infested with Endermen from the end flooding with water). Ivor explains that they are forgetting about the Command Block. He tells them that he has an Enchanted Book with the power of the Command Block itself in his fortress that they could use to create an Enchanted Weapon with the power to destroy the Command Block. Ivor tells them, however, that his fortress is in the Far Lands.

When Jesse's gang stumble upon a swamp on their journey to the Far Lands, Jesse sees a witch hut and decides to steal a cake from the hut. But Ivor tells him about witches, and the player can either choose to warn his/her friends or steal the cake. Ivor is not seen again until Soren tells the truth about the Order, at Ivor's fortress in the Far Lands.

After Soren tells the truth to Jesse, Ivor barges into the room containing his Enchanted Book, and tells Jesse about who the Order really are, along with why he unleashed the Wither Storm in the first place (which was to show the Minecraft world that the Order was a bunch of liars and cowards). Later when Jesse's gang return to Soren's temple with the Enchanted tool, (player-determinant) Gabriel or Soren run away from the gang, and Ivor pursues them. Ivor is seen again at Reuben's funeral. If the player decides to keep the truth about the Order hidden, Ivor will shake his head in disapproval and nod in approval if you let Gabriel tell the truth.

Order Up!

In this episode and beyond, Ivor has become more heroic. Some time after Episode 4, he gives The New Order of the Stone a tip regarding a treasure in an old temple. After they return from the temple with a treasure, Ivor is seen in town arguing with the townspeople over his "new house", which reassembles a skull with tentacles, is made mostly of stone brick and has lava pouring out of its "mouth". Depending on Jesse's choices, the townspeople will either start tearing it down, much to Ivor's anger, or storm off, while Ivor gloats. Regardless, when Ivor learns that Jesse found a treasure, he says to meet them in The Treasure Room in ten minutes.

More coming soon!

A Portal to Mystery

Coming soon!

Access Denied

Coming soon!

A Journey's End?

Coming soon!



Ivor's awesome.
~ Jesse to Petra about Ivor. (Determinant)

In the beginning, Ivor and Jesse were enemies. However, when Jesse finds out that Ivor is not a bad guy, their relationship becomes much more stable as they become good friends. Jesse also thinks that Ivor sometimes makes him/her laugh. Ivor also shows compassion for Jesse by helping him/her when in trouble, even saving his/her life at one point.


Yes, though she can be impulsive and fly off the handle, Petra's survival instincts are very sharp.
~ Ivor, about Petra. (Determinant)

Petra and Ivor do not have a good relationship with each other. As of Episode 5, Petra is the only person who still holds a grudge against Ivor. Throughout the episode, Petra is constantly angry at him and disliked Ivor's idea of getting arrested to get in the palace, so she did not go with him. In Episode 6, Petra appreciated Ivor volunteering to watch over Lukas.


But don't go getting any funny ideas, blond guy! This isn't because I like you or anything.
~ Ivor to Lukas, when he decides to watch over Lukas.

At first, Lukas and Ivor weren't shown interacting. Due to Ivor scamming Petra on a deal, Lukas presumably held a grudge against him. However, when the truth about the Order and Ivor's true motives were revealed, Lukas' opinion about him changes. Since then, they are shown to have a basic, yet positive relationship. Ivor also volunteers to help Lukas in Episode 6, showing he cares about him as well, though Ivor denies he does. When Ivor appears without his "adventuring clothes," Lukas finds his appearance funny and says he can't take him seriously looking like that, which Ivor responds to by saying his outfit breathes wonderfully.


You're amazing...
~ Ivor after Harper returns to Crown Mesa/leaves the gang.

Ivor is shown to respect Harper. He empathizes with her, possibly because they both have a similar history with both their creations going out of hand. He even calls her an "intriguing person". In episode 8, Ivor may have developed an interest to Harper, as he kept the rose from her laboratory.

Killed Victims

The list below shows the victims Ivor has killed:

  • The Ender Dragon (Indirectly)
  • Numerous hostile mobs
  • Reuben (Indirectly)
  • Magnus the Rogue (Indirectly, determiminant)
  • Ellegaard the Redstone Engineer (Indirectly, determinant)


  • Golden Sword
  • Wither Skull (Temporarily)
  • Potions
  • Ender Crystals
  • Elixir (Formerly)
  • Lava
  • Lapis Lazuli
  • Stone sword
  • Diamond sword
  • Snowball (Formerly)
  • Diamond
  • Enchanted Flint and Steel (Resultant)
  • Portal Atlas
  • Poppy/Rose
  • Pumpkin (Temporarily)


I am not required to tell you anything!
~ Ivor to Jesse and Soren the Architect.
Nothing built can last forever, Gabriel.
~ Ivor to Gabriel the Warrior before creating the Wither Storm.
I would wish you good luck, but luck won't carry you through the Nether.
~ Ivor to Jesse's Gang.
If you won't leave of your own volition, I'll happily remove you myself!
~ Ivor to Jesse's Gang.
This isn't about the past! It's about the future!
~ Ivor to Soren.
If he REALLY wanted you to not like us he would have told you about the Witherstorm...
~ Ivor to Reginald. (Determinant)
Look, my Wither plan obviously backfired.
~ Ivor to everyone.
Woman: "It's a fire hazard!"
Ivor: "And your face is an ugly hazard."
~ Ivor arguing with an unknown woman.
Long live my Lava House! Long live lava!
~ Ivor about his new house. (Determinant)
Show our friends the door, will you?
~ Ivor to his Iron Golem.
These trees are enormous! I love it so much!
~ Ivor when walking to the temple.
~ Ivor to an unknown sky city citizen.
Oh, I don't run so good anymore. Bad, eh, bad knees.
~ Ivor to the gang.
Something touched my foot! Who touched my foot?
~ Ivor upon the kitchen lights blacking out.
They're absolutely exquisite! Perfect!
~ Ivor when looking at his portrait.
What a strange, strange bunch of individuals.
~ Ivor upon the departure of the YouTubers from Episode 6.
And that's where she wanted US to end up.
~ Ivor upon Cassie Rose being trapped.
I must say that woman has been the most intriguing person so far. I'm still not entirely sure what to make of her. Granted, her creation nearly ended up destroying this world... But, considering my own history, I'm inclined to give her the benefit of the doubt!
~ Ivor, talking about Harper.
What I thought that Harper might want it back.......or maybe I'll just keep it...
~ Ivor to Jesse when going though everyone's inventory, and finds a flower.
I... ugh... I couldn't have done it without you is what I'm trying to say. Really not a fan of admitting that.
~ Ivor thanking Jesse in the Competitor's Village.
Team Jess-vor has this one down! Or it is team I-seee?
~ Ivor to Jesse in the Dormitory.
Shut up! My outfit breathes wonderfully!
~ Ivor regarding his rather undignified appearance.
Lukas: "Have you seen what Ivor is wearing?"
Ivor: "I said- SHUT UP!"
~ Ivor and Lukas after Jesse returns to Competitor's Village.
Oh, snap!
~ Ivor to Jesse.
Not my fault!
~ Ivor to a townsperson about his lava house
Isa: "Being the Founder and the Eversource for so long, now we can be Isa and her best friend...Benedict."
Ivor: "Ugh! That's a boy's name!"
Isa: "What a close-minded attitude."
~ Isa to Ivor about the Eversource's real name.
Ivor: "Look, my Wither plan obviously backfired."
Olivia: "Ya think?!"
~ Ivor telling the downfall of his plan.

Similar Villains

Note: To clarify that the listed villains in this section truly similar with Ivor, please ensure that the villains that listed here possesses 2 or more similarities includes being a false antagonist turned anti-hero whom nasty scheme/reputation enough to made themselves despicable, having similar physical appearance, and having strained relationship with his/her friends. Simply have one thing in common with Ivor or the similarities proved too vague, is not enough and that character's name would be removed.


  • Ivor's role of first being a villain and then turned out to be a hero is very similar to Severus Snape and Sirius Black; in fact, both were introduced as antagonist with strained relationship with their friends and main casts until their true personality and agenda is revealed. Whereas Ivor's appearance similar with Sirius Black and even introduced as antagonist (which later revealed to be false due to Sirius was framed by Wormtail whereas Ivor outright took a darker, extreme path in his quest to prove Order of the Stone's dark secrets that he personally remorse due to his evil plan horribly backfires), Ivor share more things in common with Severus Snape however, due to proficiency with magic potions and primarily at odds with the heroes up until their true agenda revealed.
    • He is also similar to similar to Cynder in The Legend of Spyro trilogy, as they were both former bad guys that turned good. Also, both seem to be associated with the color purple, as Cynder's scales are purple, and Ivor has purple armor called "Dragonsbane" in his secret labratory, in the Far Lands. Also, he created the Wither Storm, an advanced Wither with purple eyes and purple tractor beams. This could have been intentional, as other Withers don't have purple in them. They also both have a love interest (Spyro for Cynder, and Harper for Ivor). However, Ivor became a bad guy because the Order of the Stone lied to the world about how they had slain the Ender Dragon, and thus created an evil monster that turned against him, and went to destroy the world, while Cynder was corrupted by Malefor to become a villain. However, neither of Ivor nor Cynder were truly evil.
  • Ivor is one of the few villains in the game who, gameplay-wise, can never directly kill Jesse.
  • Ivor is one of the only four characters in the game who appears in all eight episodes, along with Jesse, Petra and Lukas.
  • Ivor is the first person to create a major antagonist, the Wither Storm, in the series, with Harper being the second, who created PAMA.
    • However, while Ivor was a bad guy in 3 episodes, Harper was always a hero in her appearances.
  • In Episode 1, when Ivor comes through the Nether Portal, Jesse has an option to punch him. Later, Jesse can apologize about punching him when his true motives are discovered.
  • Unlike the rest of the Order of the Stone, Ivor's skill is never mentioned. However, he is most likely an alchemist/enchanter due to his frequent usage of potions and enchantments.
  • Ivor breaks the fourth wall in "A Portal to Mystery" by winking at the player and saying "Adventure!"
    • He does it again in the ending of "Access Denied", except it ends with a question mark.
    • This appears to be a gag, as at the end of "A Journey's End?", he runs off with the Enchanted Flint and Steel and the Atlas and says it again, offscreen.
  • In the Adventure Pass thumbnail, Ivor seems to have a second appearance with his armor, except with no helmet on.
  • In Episode 7, after Jesse kills an unchipped zombie, Ivor's sword appears to be a stone sword from the one side and a gold one from the other.
  • Based on some of his comments and his keeping of a rose from Episode 8, Ivor may have a romantic interest in Harper.
    • This however, might have been purely platonic, and just a compliment to Harper.
  • Ivor is seen without his "Adventuring Clothes" in "A Journey's End?". He appears to wear a white vest and striped blue shorts, much to Jesse's (Determinant) and Lukas' amusement.
  • Ivor is the only member of the Old Order who have appeared in all episodes from 5 to 8.
  • Ivor says the very same thing the Narrator said in the beginning of Episode 1: "Nothing built can last forever." He says that when he builds the Wither and when it's about to be made.
  • In the Adventure Pass' advertising art, Ivor has his armor from Episode 1, but never has it on in Episodes 6, 7, nor 8. He has all of it on except for his helmet.
  • Ivor was a member of the Order of the Stone who left/quit due to the rest of the group's lies about the Ender Dragon.
  • One of Ivor's favorite things is lava, as shown in his lava house and his lava "heart" in Sky City.
  • Ivor is the only character to be in the Old Order of the Stone and the New Order of the Stone.

External links

  • Ivor in the Heroes wiki.
  • Ivor in the Minecraft: Story Mode wiki.

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