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The Truth About Endermen

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avatar CommanderRadiated
Level 13 : Journeyman Engineer
Welcome back, O faithful readers!
  In today's blog, we discuss the origin and the reason for Endermen's anger. Why do they get mad (and attempt, without fail most of the time, to kill you)? Why are they so tall and dark and scary? How do they teleport? And why do they have such freakishly long legs??!
  I know that all of you are probably wondering the answers, so here, I laid out the simple truth of it all, for all my readers!
  First off, the appearance of them: Tall, dark, glowing purple eyes, radiating purple particles, and astoundingly long legs and arms. Special abilities: teleportation, picking up blocks and placing them.
  It starts out in the Sky dimension above our heads, commonly referred to as "The End." Their sole purpose is to protect the Ender Dragon at all costs, not even allowing players to look at it. When born from tiny eggs in End Stone, they appear as thin, small beings, looking like normal Endermen, except small and white colored. When the below-zero temperatures in the sky get to them, they instantly freeze and their skin turns frail and dark-colored. As they grow, which in their time zone is different then ours, is about 3 seconds. Why do we never see them when they are young? Very simply because they hatch, they are so tiny that you cannot see them, and when they grow, it is so fast that we never see them.
  They get to the Overworld simply by falling. Their thin bodies make them fall faster, and the upper atmosphere has chemicals that make them extremely light, reducing fall damage to a fraction, while also increasing gravity on them. They land so fast that they just seem to "appear" to us.They see everything but humans as a deep, dark color of purple. Therefore it cannot see through glass, or any other non-solid blocks. They see humans as a pale green color. There, they can tell the difference between humans and other mobs or blocks.
  The reason they attack you is because their eyes reflect those of the Ender Dragon, like our eyes reflect our souls, which reflect our want for the Ender Egg. They cannot stand humans to see the Ender Dragon, for fear their reason for living might die. So they attack. They only see straight in one direction, so they cannot see into your soul to see that you wish to kill the Ender Dragon just by seeing the back of your head, they must see your eyes to attack. They then can remember your life signature within their Ender Dragon-connected brains, and follow you around, attempting to kill you. since they live in a different time zone than us, they can move in one direction in a normal amount of speed, but to us it appears as an instant. They only can do this for a split second in our time; they must recharge their time-twisting energy. They are harmed by water because when they are born, the coldness cracks their skin, making them very vulnerable to anything sinking through their rough outer skin. Then water can then slip inside them and start to wash away it's insides, killing it very quickly. But even though their outer skin is cracked, it still prevents swords from slicing through them effortlessly, because the cracks are very small.
  Wow, that's a lot of information to take in on one sitting, I must remENDER to write it down!

  Until next time, Minecrafters!

06/17/2016 11:34 pm
Level 12 : Journeyman Mage
This is interesting. As a fellow theorist i see the cracks in the skin part believable. But why does the water wash away their insides? Is it so dry that when they come in contact with water they start to sponge it up?
06/10/2014 4:49 am
Level 47 : Master Answer
But in spectator mode, when seeing through the eyes of an enderman, isn't everything just negative?
06/10/2014 11:43 am
Level 13 : Journeyman Engineer
Very good observation. I have not yet got the chance to see the snapshot with Spectator Mode, as my computer lags out without OptiFine. I will research this and will update it as soon as I can.
06/09/2014 8:04 pm
Level 47 : Master Blockhead
An interesting blog, but it's less of a "truth" more or a theory. Also structure-wise, spaces need to be added and possibly seperated so it's easier to read, I found myself reading the same sentences twice.
06/09/2014 8:38 pm
Level 13 : Journeyman Engineer
Good to know. Thanks!
06/09/2014 4:48 pm
Level 19 : Journeyman Dolphin
Very good! :)
06/09/2014 4:50 pm
Level 13 : Journeyman Engineer
:D Tomorrow, kids, we will learn of the mysterious mob murderer, the Blaze!
06/09/2014 4:53 pm
Level 19 : Journeyman Dolphin
Can't wait =D
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