Can You Tame The Ender Dragon In Minecraft? (And How To Do It)

Can You Tame The Ender Dragon In Minecraft? (And How To Do It)

Ender Dragon is basically the end of Minecraft. Once you’ve tamed her or maybe killed her, the game is pretty much over. Because Ender Dragon is the boss of all the other mobs, so taming her is not that easy. It breathes fire and can target you with fire from a block away. But with skills and experience, everything can be done in Minecraft.

A player can tame Ender Dragon in Minecraft. to tame a dragon, she has to be summoned and fed with raw salmon. Ender Dragon gets drawn out to a player holding raw salmon in his hands. Once you have fed her enough raw salmon, you can easily tame it. Ender Dragon spawns as soon as the player arrives in the End dimension.

Ender Dragon is the final boss in Minecraft and the main antagonist. It is a giant that can spit fire and fly with great maneuverability. And killing it might be a brave thing to do in Minecraft but taming an Ender Dragon seems cooler.

Can You Tame The Ender Dragon?

Can You Tame The Ender Dragon In Minecraft? (And How To Do It)

Minecraft allows you to tame the Ender Dragon. A player has to go to the End dimension with the help of the End Portal. Thereupon finding the Ender Dragon it can be tamed.

The end portal leads a player to the end dimension. But often end portals are difficult to find. That is why reaching the end is difficult in Minecraft.

But you can craft the End portal. Then you can move to the dimension where you can tame this beast.

How Do You Tame The Ender Dragon In Minecraft?

Enter dragon can be tamed by feeding it with raw salmon. Ender dragon is attracted towards the player who carries salmon in his hand.

But before that either you have to go to the end dimension in the game or either summon the ender dragon with the help of summoning command.

Taming the dragon has many advantages.

Having been slain, the Ender dragon slowly ascends, her wings and body becoming tattered until she disappears as beams of light emanate from her center. The player gains 12,000 experience points (ten drops of 960 and one drop of 2400) – enough to raise the player from level 0 to level 68. Upon completion of the Ender dragon fight (after she is re-summoned via the End crystals), only 500 experience points are lost. As the Ender dragon dies in Java Edition, its tatters fly back to the center. Slain Ender dragons remain where they are killed and crumble into nothingness in Bedrock Edition.

There are different methods for both the Java Edition and Bedrock edition to tame Ender Dragon.

How Do You Tame The Ender Dragon In Minecraft Java Edition?

In Java Edition, a simple spawn command will bring the ender dragon into your world. Make sure to hit the right position though. And before entering the cheat code, switch the cheat setting on in the settings.

“/summon EnderDragon [x] [y] [z]”

After the cheat code has been entered, the ender dragon will spawn and appear in your world at the location you have entered.

If the x, y, z position is not entered, then the spawning will happen anywhere. Make sure the position is correct.

Now once you’ve summoned the dragon, it may behave hostile towards you. Remain at a distance in the beginning. If the dragon calms down then offer her salmon. She is going to get attracted to you.

The nature of the dragon quickly changes, once the salmon is offered to her. She will start following the player around and become passive.

How To Tame The Ender Dragon In Minecraft Bedrock Edition?

Can You Tame The Ender Dragon In Minecraft? (And How To Do It)

The method of summoning the ender dragon in Bedrock is similar to the Java edition.

Type in:

“summon ender_dragon ~ ~ ~ {DragonPhase:0} and press Enter.”

There is a space between each of the tilde (~) marks.

Enable cheat code in settings.

Again, you have to do the same thing to tame it. Get her salmon and she will be easily tamed.

Once you’ve fed enough salmon to her, she becomes your good friend and easily tamed.

How To Tame The Ender Dragon In Minecraft With No Mods?

Ender dragon can be tamed by the command box in Minecraft without any mods. You need to gain access to the Minecraft command box in order to tame the ender dragon.

The ender dragon needs to be summoned using cheat codes just as we previously mentioned in the above section.

Using a command box is a great way to get the ender dragon in your current world and tame it. Simply enter the command and the dragon will be spawned nearby you.

How To Get Bones in Minecraft?

It is easy to get bones in Minecraft by roaming around the plains biomes in the early morning. A common sight in the game is to see piles of skeletons and other mobs that have burnt away in the morning sun.

In Minecraft, this is among the easiest ways to get bones, since it doesn’t require killing any mobs, and the piles of bones are relatively easy to find in open areas.

Loot chests are often found inside naturally generated structures, and players usually find bones inside of them.

·         There’s a 57.8% chance that a player will find between 1 and 8 bones in a chest.

·         Desert temples offer two options:

·         The player has a 28.7% chance of finding 4-6 bones.

·         Players have a 59% chance of finding 1-8 bones.

·         Players have a 61.9% chance of finding 4-6 bones in jungle temples.

57.8% of chests in Woodland Mansions contain 1-8 bones.

For players looking for bones in naturally generated structures around Minecraft, these are generally good odds.

Skeletons are another way for players to get bones. Skeletons drop 0-2 bones on death, and with each level of looting on the player’s sword, the number of bones possible to drop increases by 1-2. Therefore, players can expect with Looting 3 to get 2-8 bones from each skeleton killed.

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