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Endermite
Endermite.png
Health points

8 (Heart.svgHeart.svgHeart.svgHeart.svg)

Attack strength

2 (Heart.svg)

Spawn

When an Ender Pearl is thrown

First appearance

1.8 (14w11a)

Drops

None

Experience

3

Sounds Idle
Hurt
Death
Network ID

67

Savegame ID

Endermite

The Endermite is the second smallest mob in Minecraft.

Spawning[edit]

Using an ender pearl has a 5% chance of spawning an endermite.

Drops[edit]

Endermites drop 3 experience when killed by a player or tamed wolf.

Behavior[edit]

Endermites will attack players within 16 blocks of them. They have the ability to call other endermites in the area upon being hit, allowing them to see the player through walls.

Endermites despawn within 2 minutes, regardless of the player's distance from the endermite, unless they are named with a name tag. If they are named, they will never despawn and last until they are killed.

Endermites will take damage if walking on soul sand, due to its short hitbox.

Endermen[edit]

Endermen will attempt to kill endermites, provided they were spawned from ender pearls and there is no nearby player in Survival or Adventure mode.

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History[edit]

Official release
1.8 14w11a Added endermites. Endermen are hostile to endermites, and they have a 15% to spawn in place with an enderman teleporting, with that chance decreasing by 1% per endermite spawn.
14w11b Endermites no longer despawn when named with a name tag.
14w17a Endermites now have a unique model.
14w18a Endermen are no longer hostile to endermites spawned with a spawn egg.
1.8-pre1 Endermites no longer spawn from endermen.

Issues[edit]

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