Ender Crystals use basic rules to determine if they should tether with the Ender Dragon:
Every tick, there is a 10% chance that the Ender Dragon re-calculates which crystals should be connected or not.
If a crystal is within 32 blocks of the Dragon, it creates the tether. Otherwise, the connection ends.
If an Ender Crystal is destroyed by a player, a Crystal Fragment is dropped (or given to the player if they have the Telekinesis Enchantment applied), and they are credited with 1,000Damage dealt to the dragon. This damage does not actually hurt the dragon.
Ender Crystals respawn between 60 and 120 seconds after being destroyed. Crystals can only spawn up to a maximum of 3 times each.
Ender Dragons have a variety of abilities which they will use throughout the fight. Typically, an Ender Dragon will spend the majority of its time flying around in the sky, giving time for players to attack them.
When they are below half health, attacks will deal +50% more damage.
The dragon will charge the player, dealing heavy damage and knocking the player back. This is used mostly on players near the middle; near the altar.
You gain up to 100 Quality based on damage dealt compared to the top damagere.g. 1st place damage is 5mil, you do 4mil This would reward you with 80 Quality..
Based on the table below, you gain up to 200 additional Quality.
Enchanted Ender Pearls
Sixth to Eight
Ninth or Tenth
11th or 12th
13th - 18th
19th - 25th
All players who qualify for each unique item get a chance at that item. If more than one person got the item, only one of them will get it, chosen randomly but each player is equally likely. Unique items are rolled from top to bottom (in terms of the drop table below).
Getting a Unique Item removes that item's Quality from your total Quality, and disqualifies you for the remaining unique items dropped in that fight.
Once all Unique Items are rolled, the remaining quality for all players is filled with the non-unique items, in descending order of quality.
When a player is rolling for an item, the item's drop rate is multiplied by However, if the item is a Pet, then the multiplier is
The Loot Tables for each Dragon type can be seen as follows: