Step 1: Sliverfish

This is a little mob that's pretty harmful
Watch out when your mining in caves!
Takes 1 2 or 3 hit kill for these mobs

Step 2: Creeper

A mob that goes after you when u strike them or vice versa takes 3 to 4 hits to kill this but watch out back off when you hear SSSssssssss

Step 3: Endermen

These mobs are pretty hard to kill takes 5 to 10 hits to kill endermen they hit you hard! They make Purple particles when they teleport
<p>good info</p>
To decide if it's a silverfish block , try breaking it by hand . It takes 3 seconds with hand to destroy silverfish blocks but lot more time to break with pick axe and vice versa about normal stones .<br><br>Creepers notice if you're in their radius , not about striking . Hit them once , go back for 1.5 blocks and repeat . They get &quot;charged&quot; when hit by lightning and deal 1.5 times more than TNT if charged . A normal creeper has 3/4 of explosion in comparison with that of a TNT .<br><br>Never look at endermen . They spawn at deserts but teleport here and there , they are fragile against water as well as rain , so deserts make their perfect conditions . If you're willing to kill them , hit once , take cover at the corner of a wall and repeat . <br><br>Drops: creepers drop GUNPOWDER , endermen drop ENDER PEARLS and silverfish ... Nothing . The drop rate of creeper is way more than an enderman . <br><br>Endermen are dangerous . If you're a fan of HTTYD , the best way to describe them is &quot; the unholy offspring of ender-dragon and death itself . Never engage this &quot;mob&quot; . Your only chance ... Hide and pray it does not find you&quot;<br>XD
<p>Thanks for explaining all the intricacies. Creepers can be hard to deal with especially for beginners. Thanks for sharing!</p>

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