Now I know why they call them ENDermen.

The Fanmade Enderman is a new type of Enderman that will bring the fear element to the game.

Minecraft Enderman 7" Plush

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  • Endermen are humanoid, stick figure styled creatures with long arms and legs, glowing purple eyes, and have a purple particle effect surrounding their body. Though not directly hostile, they are apparently extremely territorial and will attack anything that looks them in the face or attacks them first.

    Endermen are neutral 3-block tall mobs from the video game Minecraft that spawn in huge numbers. They are group of extraterrestrial creatures from an alternate dimension adjacent to our own known as The End. They were heavily inspired by the with their design and behavior being very reminiscent of his, most notably their abnormal height and lanky arms.

  • On July 26th 2011 Minecraft's creator, Markus "Notch" Persson posted a screenshot of a new mob added to the Beta 1.8 version of the game on his Google + account. In a Reddit post from the same day, Notch announced their official name would be Enderman as a reference to a user called drodeznop who jokingly referred to them as Slender Man. Because of the similarities in names and abilities with the Slender Man mythos, 4chan users from the /v/ board launched a petition to change the Enderman’s name to "Far Landers". The petition failed and the name has remained the same since the original Reddit post. Notch even wrote a tweet joking about the initiative.

    Hello peasants. I'm Natalie, an enderman with power. Yes I am the only endergirl so it's kinda weird. I act under the orders of enderlox. The king. I also love to talk to Audrey so we're close.

    First Appearance TU5
    Type of Mob Neutral
    Health 40 hp (20 hearts)
    Spawn Overworld
    The End
    Attack Easy: 4 hp (2 hearts)
    Normal: 7 hp (3 and a half)
    Hard: 10 hp (5 hearts)
    Drops Ender Pearl - 0-1
    Experience Points 5 xp

  • Enderman

    An Enderman




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    Endermen are passive until the player places the crosshair directly over them. As long as the crosshair is still, the mob will remain frozen staring back at the player. Once the crosshair is moved, they become aggressive and will either run or teleport toward the player to attack. Endermen can be defeated by luring them into water, which rapidly decreases their health pool. They were initially created with the controversial ability to move both natural and player placed blocks, which could destroy player-created structures.

Endermites will attack players within 16 blocks of them.

I have built a farm where my spawning platform is 1 block wide so no spiders can spawn on it. I have a sticky piston at block 2 which occasionally (about once ever 10 seconds or so) will push in and sufficate skeletons and zombies, the endermen will survive this, so in theory over time only endermen will be in the trap. I've only JUST built it and haven't given it a good testing, but the theory is reasonable I think.