How to Avoid Endermen in Minecraft

 How to Avoid Endermen in Minecraft

Mojang Studios’ Minecraft is a sandbox and survival game where players need to fend for themselves in a blocky, infinite 3D world. It is the best-selling video game of all time, with plenty of mods and user-generated content. In this guide, we will take you through the process of how to avoid Endermen in Minecraft.

Minecraft: How to Avoid Endermen 

You might have come across some Endermen in your playthrough of Minecraft. They are tall, long black creatures with purple eyes, and they are usually carrying a block of some sort to place it again. They can be difficult to deal with sometimes, but there’s a way that you can avoid them completely.

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Endermen can be passive creatures, until you do something to annoy them. Once they are upset, they can unleash their powers of teleportation and and attack you, so you will need to watch out for them.

As long as you don’t make eye contact with them with your character, you should be fine. There are a couple of tactics you can use to do this.

Don’t hit the Enderman

If you come across an Enderman, you should take care not to attack it, either accidentally or on purpose. Unless you want to begin the fight, that is. 

Wear a carved pumpkin 

Wearing this item on your head will stop your character from direct eye contact with an Enderman, which is great for avoiding them. 

Travel during rain

As Endermen are known for their dislike of water, you can try traveling when it is raining. They are aquaphobic as they take a lot of damage from water, so you will be at an advantage. 

Use an Endermite

Break Ender Pearls to get Endermite, and the Enderman will attack it instead, thus leaving you alone. This is a good tactic if you need to make a quick escape or are surrounded by Endermen.

Jayita T

Part-time gamer, full-time reader of obscure literature.

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