Soggy Swamp, Desert Temple, Dingy Jungle, Overgrown Temple and Warped Forest (Default)
The enderman spawns in Default difficulty as a mini-boss in the Soggy Swamp, Desert Temple, Dingy Jungle, Overgrown Temple and the Warped Forest. In Adventure difficulty, it would spawn sometimes in the Creeper Woods, Cacti Canyon, Redstone Mines, Obsidian Pinnacle and the Pumpkin Pastures. In Apocalypse, it can spawn sometimes in the Fiery Forge, Highblock Halls and the Nether Fortress. It can also appear in Ancient Hunts.
The Enderman in Minecraft Dungeons looks much the same as in the base game, with the only difference being its eyes, which glow white pupils instead of purple, and its eyes also being brighter than its base game counterpart.
Endermen teleport away after taking damage and can damage players heavily. They also can "hide" within teleportation and not appear right away. They can't teleport inside walls. They only attack if attacked first, if the player comes too close or if the player looks directly at them for too long. Their attack is a 3-hit combo consisting of two side swings and a downward attack using both its arms.
The specific instructions are: Music ending in-game
|Enderman Theme Pre|
|Enderman Theme Loop|
|Enderman Theme Post|
|Pre Attack Voice|
|Teleport Voice High|
|Spotted by Enderman|
|Dungeons Beta||Added the Enderman.|
- In Minecraft Dungeons, endermen can be hit with arrows, unlike in normal Minecraft. They are also immune to water damage and do not teleport away when inside it.
- Unlike most mobs in Minecraft Dungeons, a defeated enderman does not drop its body. Instead, it raises its arms and opens its mouth to scream its death sound as it fades away.
An Enderman in the Creeper Woods