Recently, a Redditor by the name of “TheRarestTiger” posted a video on Minecraft’s official subreddit about how they lost their 200-day hardcore world to an Enderman attack. Hardcore worlds are quite difficult to maintain since the player has no respawn option. Hence, dying in such a world is quite infamous in the game’s community and is discussed frequently.
In the clip, the original poster shows waterlogging leaf blocks that lead to an Enderman farm in the End realm. While doing so, the Enderman on the other side of the farm instantly started running towards the player since they accidentally kept their crosshair on the creature for too long.
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In panic, the player ran the other way but fell into a hole created for the hostile mob. Even after using a totem of undying, the player tried to fly away from the hoard of Endermen in the hole, but the top was blocked with a leaf block.
Hence, they were unfortunately killed by the mysterious creatures. Since it was a hardcore world, the death screen only showed options to spectate the world or return to the main menu.
Users react to Minecraft Redditor dying in their 200-day hardcore world from an Enderman attack
Since dying in a hardcore world is always heartbreaking and relatable, it has been quite infamous in the community. Hence, this post instantly went viral after it was posted on Minecraft’s official subreddit….
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