Minecraft is an open-world sandbox game with no end, but lots of players consider killing the Ender Dragon as “beating the game.”
To find and kill the beast, you’ll have to craft quite a few items to prepare, while also tracking it down.
Preparing to fight the Ender Dragon
To prepare for the fight, you should make Diamond armor pieces, a Diamond Sword, and a bow with lots of arrows. (You can use Netherite armor and swords, but honestly, that’s overkill.) Ideally, you’ll want the sword to have a level three or higher Sharpness enchantment and the bow to have a level three or higher Power enchantment. If you can get an Infinity enchantment on the bow so you won’t need any arrows, that’ll work even better. Since the Ender Dragon flies around, your best bet at damaging it will be firing arrows at it. You’ll also want to have lots of spare dirt blocks to build simple towers with and a Shovel to break them.
Some players also take buckets of water, so when they fall from a tower, they can quickly use the bucket to land in water, rather than taking fall damage. If you don’t want to use a bucket, you can also make Potions of Slow Falling to remove that risk.
There will also be a ton of Endermen hanging out during the Ender Dragon fight, so if you’re having a hard time looking away from the Endermen, you can wear a Carved Pumpkin.
You’ll also need many Eyes of Ender to find and activate the End Portal. Eye of Enders are made from one Blaze Powder (found in the Nether from Blazes) and one Ender Pearl (dropped by Endermen).
How to find the Ender Dragon
To reach the Ender Dragon, you’ll need to find a Stronghold on the overworld map. These are underground and can be found using an Eye of Ender. Using the Eye will cause it to fly up into the sky in the direction of the Stronghold. Continue to follow it and the eye will begin to float lower, which means you are close to the Stronghold and need to start digging.
Note that the Eye of Ender will break after using it several times, so you’ll need to preserve your uses and make a handful of them to successfully find the Stronghold.
Strongholds are big stone mazes, so once you dig where the Eye showed you to, keep an eye out for Stone Bricks. Once you get in the Strondhold, you’ll need to find the room with the End Portal.
It may take a while to find the End Portal room. We recommend blocking off paths you’ve already taken or marking paths with torches as you go to avoid getting lost.
Once you find the End Portal room, you’ll need to fill up the portal border with 12 Eye of Enders to activate it. (Some of the slots may already have Eyes, which means you’ll need slightly fewer.) Once the portal is up and running, jump in to head to The End and find the Ender Dragon.
Killing the Ender Dragon
There are two parts to the Ender Dragon fight.
The first part involves taking down glowing End Crystals sitting atop Obsidian towers. Some will have metal cages around them. Use your Dirt blocks to elevate yourself up the towers. From the dirt tower you make, you’ll be able to aim up and into the End Crystal cage from the corner. Place your cursor on top of the crystal and smash away. The remaining End Crystals with no cages can be broken using bow and arrows. Any crystals that are too hard to shoot can be destroyed by building Dirt block towers to get an easier shot, but keep in mind that if you are on top of the tower when the End Crystal is destroyed, you will take a lot of damage. Try to be far from the tower when the End Crystal is destroyed.
After all the End Crystals are broken, the Ender Dragon will fly down, allowing you to jump and slice at its tail. It will eventually fly back up into the air, at which point you can fire arrows to damage it.
While this is happening, the Ender Dragon will shoot fireballs at you, so make sure to listen carefully and dodge them accordingly. The dragon may also launch you in the air, which is why you want buckets of water or Potions of Slow Falling with you.
How long the fight against the Ender Dragon takes is dependent on the gear you have. The better gear you have, the shorter the fight will be, as you’ll be able to dish out more damage. If you’re fighting it for the first time, take your time. Dodge the attacks (and the surrounding Endermen) to kill the dragon at your own pace, as racing through can lead to careless mistakes and death.
When the Ender Dragon dies, a portal will open up, allowing you to leave the End.
You’ll also get a ton of player experience and a Dragon Egg will drop, which you can place anywhere as a trophy for your achievement.
"Dragon" redirects here. For the mentioned feature, see Red Dragon. For the rendering engine, see RenderDragon. For other uses, see Dragon (disambiguation).
The Ender dragon is a gigantic flying hostileboss mob found when first entering the End. She is the largest naturally spawning mob in the game and is widely acknowledged as the final boss of Minecraft.
The Ender dragon spawns immediately when an entity first arrives in the End.
Players can re-summon the Ender dragon by placing four end crystals on the edges of the exit portal, one on each side. When the dragon is re-summoned, the four end crystals point to the tops of each pillar setting off a series of explosions that resets the obsidian pillars, iron bars, and end crystals. The top of each pillar explodes, destroying any player-placed blocks. Eventually, all of the end crystals point at the corner of (0, 128, 0) and the Ender dragon spawns there. The four crystals placed around the exit portal then explode. If the player does not pick up the dragon egg and starts to re-summon the dragon, the dragon egg disappears.
If a dragon goes through an End gateway, another immediately spawns at (0, 128, 0 ) while the other dragon stays on the outer End islands until the chunks get loaded. [verify]
Once slain, the Ender dragon slowly ascends, her wings and body becoming more tattered until she disappears, while beams of light erupt from her center. There's an explosion of 12,000 experience points (ten drops of 960 and one drop of 2400) — enough to bring a player from level 0 to level 68. In subsequent completions of the Ender dragon fight (after she is re-summoned via the End crystals), only 500 experience points are dropped. In Java Edition, the slain Ender dragon flies back to the central and tatters into nothingness. In Bedrock Edition, the slain Ender dragon stays where she is slain and tatters into nothingness.
After the dragon is slain for the first time, a dragon egg appears above the island's central bedrock structure. If a block exists right above the center of the central bedrock structure, then the dragon egg spawns 1 block above the highest block at (0,0). If the highest block is at the height limit, then the dragon egg does not spawn. The bedrock structure fills in with an End portal interface to become the exit portal, enabling the player to transport back to the Overworld and respawn at their spawn point.
Every completed dragon fight also creates an End gateway portal floating within 75–100 blocks of the exit portal, up to a maximum of 20 gateway portals.
See also: Tutorials/Defeating the ender dragon
During the battle with the Ender dragon, unique music called "Boss" plays. This happens for as long as the player fights the dragon, except when there is no player within 190 blocks from (0, 128, 0).
The Ender dragon has a light purple health bar that appears at the top of the player's screen. Her health is frequently restored by nearby End crystals, indicated by a magical white beam connecting the dragon and the crystal. Destroying an End crystal that is actively healing the dragon causes 10 damage to her.
The dragon can take damage only from explosions and player based damage, and takes damage of (1⁄4 × normal damage + 1) when hit on any part that is not her head. Suffocation is completely non-applicable, as she either phases through or immediately destroys any block she touches.
The dragon is immune to all status effects.
By using the + shortcut, the dragon's bounding box appears.[Java Edition only] She cannot be damaged at just any spot in this large volume: eight green sub-hitboxes are also shown, which indicate the locations where the dragon can take damage: The tail, body, head, and wings.
The Ender dragon is a flying mob, which cannot actually stand on the ground. She flies around the end main island while fighting the player.
The dragon can pass through all blocks, destroying almost all types, but can still be affected by flowing water, lava and Bubble Column. Blocks not destroyed are those that naturally generate on the central End island and those that are intended to be indestructible, except for crying obsidian and respawn anchors:
Destroyed blocks are not dropped, although containers (such as chests and dispensers, but not shulker boxes) drop their contents.
The dragon never targets any entity but the player. Other mobs may turn hostile to the dragon when struck. Any entities hit by her wings are dealt 5 damage (or 10 damage if hit by her head), and in Java Edition, are thrown into the air, sometimes to fatal heights or even off the island. Neither of these effects is applied for 1⁄2 second after the dragon takes damage.
The Ender dragon has four main states of behavior:
- The dragon begins in this state, circling the ring of obsidian pillars on either the outside if there are still End crystals or the inside if the crystals are destroyed.
- With each crystal's destruction, she takes damage and there is an increased chance of the dragon switching states.
- Whenever the dragon finds herself less than 10 blocks or greater than 150 blocks from her current target, she attempts to choose a new target. When damaged she targets a point just behind herself, causing her to turn away and choose a new target.
- Upon the destruction of an End crystal, the dragon switches to strafing. As soon as she is within 64 blocks, she shoots a fireball at the player.
- The dragon resumes circling after this state.
- The dragon dives onto the target player's position, taken at the start of the dive.
- The dragon resumes circling after this state, whether or not she actually hit the player.
- While Guarding and the dragon has reached the end of the path, she has 1 in (3 + crystals alive) chance (~7.7% up to 33%) to go to the exit portal structure (approaching from the side opposite the player if possible) and lands on the highest block of the coordinates (x=0, z=0), up to (y=101).[Bedrock Edition only] If there is no block in (x=0, z=0) the dragon freezes right when she switches to perching.[Bedrock Edition only] The dragon is immune to arrows in this state; they all catch fire and bounce off. In Java Edition she is also immune to thrown tridents in this state.
- Dragon's Breath
- Unless the player is in Peaceful difficulty, after 1.25 seconds, if a player is within 20 blocks of the exit portal structure, the dragon roars and use her 3-second breath attack, damaging players similarly to a lingering potion of Harming.
- The purple clouds emitted from the dragon's breath attack can be collected in a glass bottle to obtain dragon's breath.
- If the player is not near the portal within 5 seconds of the dragon's landing, she charges at players within 150 blocks.
- After four consecutive breath attacks, or if the dragon fails to locate a player within 150 blocks, she takes off from her perch. She always takes off in Peaceful difficulty, making it difficult to land melee hits.
- The dragon resumes circling after this state.
- If cumulative damage taken while perched exceeds 50 × 25, the dragon takes off and resets the damage accumulator. The accumulator is not reset if she does not take enough damage.
- The dragon resumes circling after this state.
When the dragon finally takes a fatal blow, she flies toward the exit portal structure before dying, unless she cannot find it within 150 blocks, or it is inside blocks.[Java Edition only]
Dragon fireballs are special fireballs that the Ender dragon fires while strafing. They cannot be deflected unlike ghast fireballs, and they do no impact damage. Instead, they deposit purple clouds across the ground that damages players the same way a lingeringPotion of Harming does. This means that the ender dragon's fireballs deal magic damage, which ignores any damage reduction that comes from the player's armor. However its damage DOES get reduced by armor enchanted with the Protection enchantment.
As with her close-ranged breath attack, the purple fog can be bottled to obtain the dragon's breath.
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Ender dragons have entity data associated with them that contain various properties.
- See Bedrock Edition level format/Entity format.
Main article: Entity format
- Entity data
- DragonPhase: A number indicating the dragon's current state. Valid values are: 0=circling, 1=strafing (preparing to shoot a fireball), 2=flying to the portal to land (part of transition to landed state), 3=landing on the portal (part of transition to landed state), 4=taking off from the portal (part of transition out of landed state), 5=landed, performing breath attack, 6=landed, looking for a player for breath attack, 7=landed, roar before beginning breath attack, 8=charging player, 9=flying to portal to die, 10=hovering with no AI (default when using the command).
Dragon fireballs have entity data associated with them that contain various properties.
The command, by default, summons a harmless Ender dragon that hovers in place [JE only]. Setting the tag (by issuing either the or the commands) starts the Ender dragon's ordinary behavior, although the health bar does not appear because it is managed by the End's dragon fight status rather than by the dragon entity herself [JE only]. If spawned away from the center of the map (x=0, z=0), she flies to the center then resumes normal behavior (see #Behavior).
Target selectors for the Ender dragon target a total of 9 entities per dragon, as the Ender dragon actually consists of 9 entities internally [Java Edition only]. So executing at a dragon to summon an arrow summons 9 arrows.
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|You Need a Mint||Collect dragons breath in a glass bottle||Have a dragon's breath bottle in your inventory||30G||Silver|
|The End... Again...||Respawn the Enderdragon [sic]||—||30G||Silver|
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O Dragão Ender é o primeiro oficial chefe da máfia de aparecer em Minecraft (com o segundo sendo o Wither ). Só naturalmente gera em Fim . Esta multidão usa o dragão modelo Notch criado, mas utiliza uma textura que lembra mais umEnderman , ser negro e escamosa com olhos roxos. É amplamente reconhecido como o principal antagonista do jogo.
O Dragão Ender é um dragão grande e preto com olhos roxos e quatro grandes, garras pretas com três dedos em cada um. É de longe o maior mob no jogo, cerca de 20 vezes, enquanto um porco, e é feito de 61 cuboids, mais do que qualquer outro modelo. Ele tem algumas características cinza claro, como as asas e várias outras partes do seu corpo. Semelhante aoEndermen e aranhas , os olhos de o Dragão Ender são visíveis através das trevas, para que possa vê-lo chegando em qualquer lugar do Fim. (Nota seus olhos não vai brilhar se você tiver consumido a poção de visão noturna , em vez de todo o seu corpo vai brilhar cinza claro.) As partes pretas de seu corpo (que é quase todo o seu corpo) é uma camada superior, no entanto, há é uma camada de cinza de fundo, com os olhos na frente. Isto é revelado na pasta "dragão" nos arquivos de capa da máfia.
A estratégia mais comum e mais fácil de derrotar o Dragão Ender é destruir todos os cristais Ender antes de tentar lutar contra o Dragão Ender, como qualquer dano feito para o dragão pode ser rapidamente desfeito pelos cristais.
Depois de receber dano, o Dragão Ender vai voar para longe uma pequena distância antes de carregá-la novamente. Faça uso desse para correr de volta. É recomendado usar o arco para danificar o Dragão Ender de realmente longas distâncias, porque ele vai sempre voar para longe, cada vez que tenta atacá-lo.
Quando o Dragão Ender cobra o jogador, que está de frente para o jogador. Isso dá ao jogador uma boa chance de atacar a cabeça para lidar mais danos; ataques que atingiram qualquer outra parte do seu corpo faz com que apenas um quarto (mais um ponto) de seu dano normal. Se o jogador decide atacá-lo, ele / ela terá menos tempo para tentar evitar o seu ataque. O impacto do corpo e as asas do dragão Ender causar danos ao jogador, bem como ricochete maciça. Armadura de diamante e armas (de preferência todos encantados) são recomendados. Por causa da velocidade e vôo do Ender Dragon, projéteis são favorecidos em detrimento de abordagens corpo a corpo. Imenso de Saúde do Ender Dragão ea natureza evasiva exigem um grande estoque de munições ou um arco Infinity-encantado. Pelo menos 2 pilhas cheia de flechas são recomendados já que a maioria vai perder.
Lava é inútil, já que é imune ao fogo danos. A água também é inútil, uma vez que irá tomar nenhum dano de água e irá destruir o bloco de origem; no entanto, ele pode ser usado para fazer uma "zona de segurança" que Endermen teleportará de. Encantamentos Knockback são inúteis a menos que o encantamento está no grau 8 ou superior (isto é possível no SMP com modificações). Bolas de neve têm o potencial para atordoar-bloquear um Dragão Ender como o seu tempo de recuperação é mais lenta do que a taxa de disparo de bolas de neve. Devido a um truque de como ele reduz o dano tomado, bolas de neve e outros projéteis, como Ender Pearls e ovos, que normalmente causam nenhum dano a entidades vão lidar um ponto ( 1 (
) ) de dano para o Dragão Ender. Camas, que explodem no final, pode ser detonada quando o Dragão Ender é nas proximidades, causando danos consideráveis a ele. Neve e ferro golems são alguns que ineficaz e raramente atacam o dragão se em tudo.
Poções respingos negativos não parecem afetar o Dragão Ender. Os hits poção e detona como por normal, mas o dragão não pisca vermelho como quando ferido e nenhum efeito aparente é visto nele. (Testado em SSP, e com respingos de Poções de Veneno, imediato Prejudicar, lentidão e fraqueza.)
Para evitar a luta contra o Endermen, não olhe para eles com a sua mira. Alternativamente, equipar uma abóbora no slot engrenagem principal que cobre o seu cabelo cruz que lhe permite olhar para onde quer que você quer. Queda deste estratégia é que ela obstrui sua visão tornando-se difícil de manter um olho sobre o dragão. Invisibilidade também irá evitar a agressão por Endermen . No entanto, uma vez que você tem que remover sua armadura para que a invisibilidade para ser eficaz, e do próprio Dragão Ender ignora invisibilidade, esta é uma estratégia perigosa. A grande força de golems neve pode servir como uma distração para os Endermen circundantes: a enorme quantidade de bolas de neve disparados contra eles fará com que eles se teletransportar constantemente, diminuindo seu potencial ameaça. O Dragão Ender pode matar ou bater para trás muitos deles, assim que um grande exército e substituição golems são recomendadas se essa estratégia é usada. Golems ferro também pode ser utilizado na mesma forma, e como um bónus efectivamente matar Endermen em vez de fazê-los teletransporte; no entanto, eles são muito mais caros e difíceis de substituir, se batido para trás ou mortos.
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12,000 xp (activates Exit Portal and spawns a Dragon Egg there)
- For the rendering engine, see RenderDragon.
The Ender Dragon is a hostile boss mob that appears in the End dimension and is also acknowledged as the main antagonist and final boss of Minecraft. The Ender Dragon is a large dragon that breathes fire, spits fireballs, and can fly with great ease and maneuverability.
The Ender dragon spawns immediately when a player first arrives in the End. Players can also re-summon her once the fight is over by placing four End Crystals on the edges of the exit portal, one on each side. Upon re-summoning, a series of explosions resets the obsidian pillars, iron bars, and end crystals.
Upon defeat, the Ender dragon will slowly ascend and slowly disappear. There's an explosion of 12,000 experience points – enough to bring a player from level 0 to level 68. A Dragon Egg is also spawned above the island's central bedrock structure. An Exit Portal will be generated at this structure, allowing the player to transport back to the Overworld and respawn at their spawn point.
Every completed dragon fight also creates and End Gateway portal within 75 to 100 blocks of the exit portal; up to 20 can generate.
When a respawned dragon is killed, she will only drop 500 experience points and will not summon another dragon egg.
The Ender Dragon is a large, black dragon with glowing purple eyes. She is the largest implemented mob in the game. Only the unimplemented giant is larger. She has a few dark gray features, such as the wings, and various other parts of her body. Similar to the eyes of Endermen and spiders, the Ender Dragon's eyes are visible through darkness, so a player will be able to see her coming through the dark sky of the End.
The Ender Dragon will spawn on any difficulty; however, in peaceful mode, she still fires damaging fireballs but her body does no damage. The Ender Dragon swoops at a player, destroying any blocks she passes through, with the exception of blocks that naturally generate on the central End island (such as End Stone, obsidian, bedrock, and Iron Bars) and indestructible blocks such as Crying Obsidian and Respawn Anchors.
Ender Dragons attack by charging at a player's lower waist, with their wings tucked in and diving downward. If hit with anything while swooping towards a player, even a fist, she will turn around and fly away. If anything besides end stone (various types, too), bedrock, iron bars, and obsidian touches her, she will break through. End Crystals that sit on top of the obsidian towers will heal her. The Ender Dragon flies around the sky and shoots purple fire charges (Ender acid). This Ender acid, unlike a ghast fireball, can't be deflected. After a while, she will go down and hover above the inactive End portal while constantly spraying Ender acid out of her mouth, similar to how a dragon breathes fire when attacking.
The 5x5 obsidian platform spawn point may not be directly connected to the center island of the End. As such, a bridge may need to be built. It's a good idea to bring scaffolding blocks to the End, particularly ones the Ender Dragon cannot destroy (e.g., obsidian and iron bars), so a player can access the main island. The alternative is to bring Ender pearls.
Once they have entered the End, it is crucial to destroy as many of the Ender Crystals as possible before going after the boss, preferably with a bow or snowballs, although it will be necessary to climb some of the towers to break iron bars around some of the crystals. However, climbing the obsidian towers can be extremely dangerous, as there is a high chance of falling off and dying, and even if a player does not fall off, the Ender Dragon will likely knock a player off anyway. A way to mitigate the damage from this is to have boots with a high Feather Falling enchantment, or a bucket of water you can place under you to negate any fall damage. Using an Ender Pearl on the ground below is also a good way of mitigating fall damage, though it will still deal moderate damage to the player.
Due to the way iron bars connect to blocks around them, it is possible to shoot an arrow through the bottom of the iron bars to hit the crystal within. Provided the tower is low enough this method can completely remove the danger of climbing the towers. However it should be noted lining up the shot can take a considerable amount of time and focus depending on a player's skill, which could leave them open to attacks from the Ender Dragon.
Afterward, a player must defeat the actual Ender Dragon. A skilled archer with a powerful bow can deal a lot of damage to the dragon. However, when the dragon is perched on the exit portal, it becomes necessary to use a sword, as she is immune to arrows at this time. Critical hits are a great way to utilize a sword. Standing under the Ender Dragon's head will allow a player to strike her while encountering a minimal risk of injury or death from the Dragon's breath.
You can also utilize beds, as they explode similar to TNT if you try to use them in the End. All you must do is dig a 1-block deep hole, wait for the Ender Dragon to dive at you and blow up the bed when it is within range.
Take anything to the End that could be possibly needed. The worst thing about the End is the potential to run out of resources and get stuck, (This includes food, you want to be able to replenish health at any possible chance) as a player will not be able to return to the Overworld alive unless they manage to defeat the Ender Dragon.
Wear a carved pumpkin so Endermen won't attack, but beware that this reduces how much armor a player can have and severely impairs vision. Pay attention to the Endermen as well as Ender Dragon. The Endermen are just as likely to kill a player as the Ender Dragon if a pumpkin isn't being worn. Never stay in one place. If timing movements accordingly, it is very hard for the Ender Dragon to score a hit. Have enchanted weapons and armor. Enchanted bows and swords cause significantly more damage to Endermen and the Ender Dragon, while enchanted armor offers more protection from damage.
If possible, fight the Dragon as a group. Attempts to kill the Ender Dragon with just one person are considerably more difficult. Hitting the head of the Dragon deals the full damage of the weapon; hitting her anywhere else deals a quarter of the regular damage.
Always keep an eye on Endermen, as if enough are provoked, they may prove even larger of a threat than the Dragon herself. Look up as much as possible to limit attention received by Endermen if not wearing a pumpkin.
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- Based on the 1 block to 1 meter scale, it would be about 7m head-to-tail and 3m or so tall.(22ft 1119⁄32 inches head to tail and 9ft 107⁄64 inches or so tall.)
- The "Outer End" can truly be reached without killing the Dragon. It is about 1000 blocks away from the center island.
- If through modding/hacking/commands, the Ender Dragon is spawned in the Overworld, when killed, the portal that spawns under it will lead to the End. However, this is no longer the case as of the 1.9 Combat Update.
- This can be mimicked if one uses , as the dragon will be moving, but will not attack the player.
- It is possible to get the Wither to fight her, but the Wither will deal close to no damage as the Ender Dragon does not take damage from status effects and/or mob attacks.
- Ender Dragons can be used as somewhat inefficient tunnel borers or mining devices. If players mod their game, they can make the Ender Dragon destroy ores as drops to make things better.
- If ghasts are spawned in the End via spawn eggs or commands, their fireballs may hit the Ender Dragon, though the fireballs will cause little (if any) damage.
- The Ender Dragon was the first boss to be released. Many speculate that the giant was meant to be the first boss. However, this has never been confirmed.
- The Ender Dragon cannot destroy entities, such as the minecart.
- There is an Ender Dragon plush toy that was recently made available for the public.
- Notch made a Reddit post about the Dragon, referring to it as a "she", and calling her Jean.
- The Ender Dragon can fly past the world border and the max terrain generation distance. See Far Lands.
- If the Ender Dragon is killed above an obsidian tower, a portion of the tower will be removed as shown.
- In 1.9, the Ender Dragon can shoot dragon's breath that works like instant damage combined with Knockback III, making it virtually impossible to kill.
- There is a rumor alleging that someone killed the Ender Dragon with only 3 beds. This is unconfirmed.
- Using a glass bottle and clicking on the dragon’s breath when she attacks will gain the item dragon's breath, which can be used to make Lingering Potions.
- Red Dragons were meant to be added into the game by Notch, but they were eventually scrapped and replaced with the Ender Dragon. Dinnerbone says that he is still interested in adding these tamable, rideable mobs, unlikely as bosses.
- The Ender Dragon can bump into the Endermen while flying. This results in the Endermen becoming hostile towards the dragon.
- The Ender Dragon is a woman because when she dies she leaves an egg.
- There is a glitch that occurs when the kill animation starts and you need to get far away as possible and when the animation ends,it will restart.So you can make an exp farm
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