Destroy Minecraft's Most Powerful Boss With Sleepytime
Minecraft is an open-ended game world with no real objective or ending. It's about creativity, rather than fighting some overwrought boss and "winning." Except gamers just don't feel right if they're not killing something dramatic, so they added an end boss called the Ender Dragon. As one would expect, the dragon lives in a sort of Hell dimension that exists outside of time, so if you want to kill the bastard, you first have to build a portal to his realm, stock up on potions, strengthen your armor, forge some master weapons, and steel yourself for the fight of a lifetime.
Which involves dodging purple vomit like at a frat party with Jell-O shots, apparently.
Or you could just build a bed.
In normal gameplay, beds are used to rest, which resets the game clock to morning. In The End, however, resetting to morning is impossible because neither morning nor night exist. You'd think that trying to rest in this realm would do nothing -- you wake up and it's still just "unnight" or whatever. Instead, the immovable timelessness of The End collides with the unstoppable force that is bedrest, resulting in a huge explosion that destroys everything nearby, including the Ender Dragon. It's one of the fastest ways to beat the toughest enemy in the game, and all you have to do is to craft a bed, wait for him to get close, then take a well-deserved nap.
Like how all of life's responsibilities can be avoided by napping.
Everyone In GTA V Is Terrified Of Your Slider
Grand Theft Auto is more than the name implies: Every game includes tons of extra features that are neither grand, nor theft auto. You can hire prostitutes, go bowling, play fetch with your dog, or hold up corner stores for quick cash.
"But according to his nametag, this counts as grand theft Otto."
Robbing stores seems a bit pointless, though: You walk in, wave your rocket launcher in the face of a terrified clerk who thinks that's just a bit of overkill, he gives you a small amount of cash, and then you've got a wanted level. Evade the cops, and it's back to planning your multimillion-dollar heist while wondering why on earth you bothered lifting $347 from a Circle K when you jacked a brand new Ferrari just to escape.
Here's the thing: You can hold up stores with every weapon in the game -- from pistols to switchblades to ... baseballs?
"Breaking: Los Santos Police Hire David Ortiz To Teach Officers How To Hit Curveballs With Nightsticks."
Now, maybe the shopkeeper assumes that where there's a ball there's a bat, or maybe your character can throw super hard -- but more likely, the game just wasn't programmed to differentiate between "harmless ball" and "lethal hand grenade" when an item is equipped to the throw slot. It doesn't matter. The end result is the same: you walk around town with an elbow cocked and the entire city is fucking terrified of your devastating fastball.
He leads the city in E.R.A. and D.O.As.
Ed would like to thank his sister for her help with The Last Of Us, and for her patience whilst he prattled on about game plots.
For ways the developers are messing with us, read 5 Video Game Easter Eggs That Were Absurdly Hard To Find and 6 Video Game Easter Eggs Developers Didn't Want You To Find.
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