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18th Jan '16 10:06:15 PM Dawnwing
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Aside from the Spoiler Policy saying no spoilers above the "examples" line, what's the point of spoilering the word "female" if all the examples say "she"?
The first boss mob to be introduced to ''Minecraft'', the Ender Dragon is a large black [[spoiler: female]] [[CaptainObvious dragon]] that lives in "The End", which is also home to the Endermen.
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The first boss mob to be introduced to ''Minecraft'', the Ender Dragon is a large black [[spoiler: female]] female [[CaptainObvious dragon]] that lives in "The End", which is also home to the Endermen.
18th Jan '16 5:42:06 PM SorcerorNobody
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** Taken UpToEleven if you name a sheep "jeb_", whereupon it will cycle through all the colours on a loop. Though its actual 'real' colour stays the same, as evidenced by shearing and breeding.
16th Jan '16 2:13:31 AM lolface123
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* {{Fireballs}}: Their ranged attack, and quite powerful too. If you are on easy, it'll take nearly 8 hearts worth of damage in a single direct hit. And if on medium or hard, [[OneHitKill then you better hope that they miss.]]
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* {{Fireballs}}: Their ranged attack, and quite powerful too. If you have no armor and are on easy, it'll take nearly 8 hearts worth of damage in a single direct hit. And if on medium or hard, [[OneHitKill then you better hope that they miss.]]
16th Jan '16 2:11:11 AM lolface123
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* {{Fireballs}}: Their ranged attack.
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* {{Fireballs}}: Their ranged attack.attack, and quite powerful too. If you are on easy, it'll take nearly 8 hearts worth of damage in a single direct hit. And if on medium or hard, [[OneHitKill then you better hope that they miss.]]
14th Jan '16 8:53:41 AM lolface123
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* AnimalisticAbomination: She may look like a normal, if purple dragon, but the fact that she lives in [[EldritchLocation the End]] and possesses the same Teleportation abilities ([[IntangibleMan although uses it to phase through objects]]) gives away the fact that in the natural order of things, there's nothing natural about her.
14th Jan '16 8:42:54 AM lolface123
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One of the three mobs exclusive to [[EldritchLocation the Nether]] (as pigs, when struck by lightning, turn into zombie pigmen), Ghasts are large, jellyfish-esque creatures that spit exploding fire balls. They drop gunpowder and tears upon death.
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One of the three four mobs exclusive to [[EldritchLocation the Nether]] (as pigs, when struck by lightning, turn into zombie pigmen), Ghasts are large, jellyfish-esque creatures that spit exploding fire balls. They drop gunpowder and tears upon death.

* EliteMooks
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* EliteMooksEliteMooks: Their stone swords plus their wither effect is painful to your health and should be avoided by even those with diamond Armor.

** DidYouJustFlipOffCthulhu: The rare case of someone willingly engaging an Enderman in a staring contest while knowing full well it pisses them off
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** DidYouJustFlipOffCthulhu: The rare case of someone willingly engaging an Enderman in a staring contest while knowing full well it pisses them offoff.

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** DidYouJustFlipOffCthulhu: The rare case * EliteMooks: Their natural Armor stats are one of someone willingly engaging an Enderman the best, they spawn in a staring contest while knowing full well it pisses packs of 15 or more, they are almost as fast as you, they are persistent as hell once their BerserkButton is pushed, and their gold swords are considerably painful. Unless you are prepared for them offwhen they go into RoaringRampageOfRevenge mode, they will utterly ''ruin'' you.

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** DidYouJustFlipOffCthulhu: The rare case * UnstoppableRage: They aren't really that emotive due to them having less detail than the Enderman, so it comes off as a TranquilFury. But regardless of someone willingly engaging an Enderman in whether or not they are able to show their anger, once you piss them off they go for the kill, and with their ability to take a staring contest while knowing full vicious beating as well it pisses them offas return the sentiment with perhaps even more hurt, they are hard to stop.
10th Jan '16 10:09:04 AM nombretomado
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* BrokenRecord: Mumbling [[{{SpongebobSquarepants}} Squidward]] noises.
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* BrokenRecord: Mumbling [[{{SpongebobSquarepants}} [[WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants Squidward]] noises.

* GagNose: Comparable to that of [[SpongebobSquarepants Squidward]].
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* GagNose: Comparable to that of [[SpongebobSquarepants [[WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants Squidward]].
9th Jan '16 7:03:54 PM SpideyROX812
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The first boss mob to be introduced to ''Minecraft'', the Ender Dragon is a large black [[CaptainObvious dragon]] that lives in "The End", which is also home to the Endermen. ---- * AttackItsWeakPoint: There are crystals nearby that zap it with healing magic. It receives massive damage instead if you destroy a crystal mid-zap. However, unless you're really good at taking them out quickly, it's likely the rest of the crystals around the field will undo that damage. On the boss itself, the head takes more damage than the rest of it. The 1.9 update makes this even more difficult, as some of the crystals now have iron bars surrounding them.
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The first boss mob to be introduced to ''Minecraft'', the Ender Dragon is a large black [[spoiler: female]] [[CaptainObvious dragon]] that lives in "The End", which is also home to the Endermen. ---- Endermen. * AttackItsWeakPoint: There are crystals nearby that zap it her with healing magic. It She receives massive damage instead if you destroy a crystal mid-zap. However, unless you're really good at taking them out quickly, it's likely the rest of the crystals around the field will undo that damage. On the boss itself, the her head takes more damage than the rest of it.her. The 1.9 update makes this even more difficult, as some of the crystals now have iron bars surrounding them.

* BigBad: It's what's stopping you from viewing the ending, and seems to be the most powerful thing in the enigmatic Endermen's home dimension. Given how said ending is a GainaxEnding, though, whether the dragon is this in anything but ''gameplay'' is debatable. * BreathWeapon: One of it's attacks on Console is spewing "ender acid" at the player as well as {{Fireballs}}. * BonusBoss: Though it is the final boss, it nonetheless doubles as this; you could happily play through Minecraft without even knowing that it exists. It takes an insane amount of time and effort to reach the End, and you would never get to it or fight the Ender Dragon unless you intentionally sought it out. Somewhat subverted with the 1.9 update, as defeating the Ender Dragon unlocks an entirely new section of the End. * BraggingRightsReward: The only item it drops is useless and it gives over 12,000 experience points (which will easily get a player to level 60 starting at level one), but at least you can say that you killed it.
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* BigBad: It's She's what's stopping you from viewing the ending, and seems to be the most powerful thing being in the enigmatic Endermen's home dimension. The End. Given how said ending is a GainaxEnding, though, whether the dragon is this in anything but ''gameplay'' is debatable. debatable. So she basically can qualify as the [[spoiler: canon]] main antagonist. * BreathWeapon: One of it's her attacks on Console is spewing "ender acid" at the player as well as {{Fireballs}}. * BonusBoss: Though it she is the final boss, it she nonetheless doubles as this; you could happily play through Minecraft without even knowing that it she exists. It takes an insane amount of time and effort to reach the End, and you would never get to it or fight the Ender Dragon unless you intentionally sought it out. Somewhat subverted with the 1.9 update, as defeating the Ender Dragon unlocks an entirely new section of the End. * BraggingRightsReward: The only item it she drops is useless and it gives over 12,000 experience points (which will easily get a player to level 60 starting at level one), but at least you can say that you killed it.her.

* FinalBoss: It's been confirmed as this. You can continue your world after defeating it, but killing it gives you the only scripted sequence in all of Minecraft. Getting to it is pretty much the ultimate result of the progression through the game. * {{Fireballs}}: In the console edition, it spits out purple fireballs at you.
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* FinalBoss: It's been confirmed as this. You can continue your world after defeating it, her, but killing it her gives you the only scripted sequence in all of Minecraft. Getting to it her is pretty much the ultimate result of the progression through the game. * {{Fireballs}}: In the console edition, it she spits out purple fireballs at you.

* FlunkyBoss: Sort of. The End is crawling with Endermen, but they won't aid the boss unless you aggro them. Even then, as is the standard, attacking one won't anger the rest. * GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere: Seriously, it's given no explanation for existing. Then again, neither is any other mob, and you need to invade another dimension just to find this one, but still... ** In-game, the only hint at its existence is one of the random title screen splash texts stating:
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* FlunkyBoss: Sort of. The End is crawling with Endermen, but they won't aid the boss unless you aggro aggravate them. Even then, as is the standard, attacking one won't anger the rest. * GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere: Seriously, it's she's given no explanation for existing. Then again, neither is any other mob, and you need to invade another dimension just to find this one, but still... ** In-game, the only hint at its her existence is one of the random title screen splash texts stating:

* {{Griefer}}: It can destroy any block it flies into except for Obsidian, End Stone, and Bedrock. Therefore, it's generally not advisable to use a map editor or mod to hack one into the Overworld or Nether. * TheJuggernaut: You literally cannot stop it from going where it wants- it'll just destroy most blocks it flies through and even the ones it can't destroy it'll still pass through unhindered. * LightningBruiser: Fast and agile enough to dodge arrows mid-flight and powerful to the point that it plows through ''anything'' in it's way. * OurDragonsAreDifferent: This dragon can destroy any block it touches (except for End Stone, Obsidian, and Bedrock).
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* {{Griefer}}: It She can destroy any block it she flies into except for Obsidian, End Stone, and Bedrock. Therefore, it's she's generally not advisable to use a map editor or mod to hack one into the Overworld or Nether. * TheJuggernaut: You literally cannot stop it her from going where it she wants- it'll she'll just destroy most blocks it she flies through and even the ones it she can't destroy it'll she'll still pass through unhindered. * LightningBruiser: Fast She's fast and agile enough to dodge arrows mid-flight and powerful to the point that it she plows through ''anything'' in it's her way. * OurDragonsAreDifferent: This dragon can destroy any block it she touches (except for End Stone, Obsidian, and Bedrock).

* PreExplosionGlow: On Console, when near death, a purple light will shine from it's chest. * RammingAlwaysWorks: Unusually for a dragon, it only attacks this way (except in the Xbox Edition, where it breaths fire and spits acid). It's also quite effective since it can deal up to 5 hearts worth of damage and the knock back will send you flying several blocks across. The 1.9 update subverts this, giving it the ability to shoot fireballs.
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* PreExplosionGlow: On Console, when near death, a purple light will shine from it's her chest. * RammingAlwaysWorks: Unusually for a dragon, it she only attacks this way (except in the Xbox Edition, where it she breaths fire and spits acid). It's also quite effective since it can deal up to 5 hearts worth of damage and the knock back will send you flying several blocks across. The 1.9 update subverts this, giving it her the ability to shoot fireballs.

* TheComputerIsACheatingBastard: Invoked by Notch, who explained that the dragon originally could not pass through solid objects at first, but doing so caused players to build walls around themselves until the dragon's AI bugged out and froze in place. Notch then decided to make the Ender Dragon destroy any block it touches (except for a select few) so the AI's pathfinding would work correctly and prevents the player from trying to hide. * WeaksauceWeakness: It has the same water weakness as it's lesser counterparts, but being in a rainless world and flying, you'd think it wouldn't matter. Then you start slinging snowballs, which it will take 200 snowballs. It'll also be ''completely helpless'' while being pelted with snowballs since Snowballs are thrown faster than it recovers from being hit by one.
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* TheComputerIsACheatingBastard: Invoked by Notch, who explained that the dragon originally could not pass through solid objects at first, but doing so caused players to build walls around themselves until the dragon's AI bugged out and froze in place. Notch then decided to make the Ender Dragon destroy any block it she touches (except for a select few) so the AI's pathfinding would work correctly and prevents the player from trying to hide. * WeaksauceWeakness: It She has the same water weakness as it's her lesser counterparts, but being in a rainless world and flying, you'd think it wouldn't matter. Then you start slinging snowballs, which it she will take 200 snowballs. It'll She'll also be ''completely helpless'' while being pelted with snowballs since Snowballs are thrown faster than it she recovers from being hit by one.
13th Dec '15 5:38:51 PM Gsueagle31049
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Mutton now available in the Console Editions.
One of the first passive mobs in the game, the other being pigs. Drop one block of wool upon death (also drops mutton upon death in the PC version as of 1.8), 2-4 blocks if sheared. They can be dyed a number of unnatural colors.
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One of the first passive mobs in the game, the other being pigs. Drop one block of wool and mutton[[note]]Except in Pocket Edition[[/note]] upon death (also drops mutton upon death in the PC version as of 1.8), death. Drops 2-4 wool blocks if sheared. They can be dyed a number of unnatural colors.
7th Dec '15 7:24:56 PM Theriocephalus
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* {{Robinsonade}}
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* {{Robinsonade}}{{Robinsonade}}: You somehow end up in the middle of an enormous wilderness with literally nothing on you (since clothing aren't an actual item) and no companions save animals, monsters and the occasional villagers. Then you punch a tree, dig a hole, and soon enough you're well on your way to carving out your own private empire.

* CuteKitten
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* CuteKittenCuteKitten:Their kittens, who have standard-sized cat heads on much smaller bodies.

* FishEyes
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* FishEyesFishEyes: Their eyes point in different directions.

* DemBones: The standard living skeleton, e except they burn in the sun.
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* DemBones: The standard living skeleton, e except they burn in the sun.

* NonHumanUndead: Interestingly enough, the living version isn't now, only the undead one.
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* NonHumanUndead: Interestingly enough, the living version isn't now, known, only the undead one.
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