The End Dimension in Minecraft is the end-game realm where players face the final boss of the game and discover some useful end-game loot. There are certain resources players might want to farm here, and the easiest way to do that is to create farms. Some farms are even exclusive for this dimension.

In this article, Gurugamer is going to showcase the 5 best farms to create in the End dimension.

Minecraft End City
Minecraft End City

1. Enderman XP farm

Enderman is one of the more common mobs in the game - they spawn in all three dimensions. While players often create enderman farms in Warped forests, the End is definitely just as good, as every End island is filled with them.

These mobs drop a good amount of XP points and the useful Ender Pearl, which makes them worth farming. To create this farm, players can use several things like water, endermites, etc. The most important thing is that the trapping/killing room needs to be covered properly and has a two-block tall area to prevent the endermen from teleporting.

2. Shulker farm

Shulkers are one of the most unique mobs in Minecraft - they can hide in their shells and shoot a special bullet that levitates players. They cannot be moved in a normal way, so to create a shulker farm, players need to make use of their special duplication mechanic. There is a chance that a new shulker of the same color will spawn when a shulker is hit with a shulker bullet (including one of its own).

Therefore, it is possible to set up a farm with two of these mobs. It should be done in a way that when the first shulker see the player and shoot, it would hit the second shulker.

What are the uses of shulker shells?

To create a shulker box, players only need 2 shulker shells and a chest.

Much like the Ender Chest, Shulker Box allows players to transport their items between different locations. It has 27 storage slots as a regular chest. However, Shulker Boxes will not drop their content once broken. When you save the Shulker Box in your inventory, it will display everything inside as its properties.

Shulker Box Dye
Do you know that you can dye Shulker Boxes?

Also, you can use hoppers to feed or remove items from Shulker Boxes. That's something the Ender Chest cannot do. A cool little trick to do is filling the Shulker Box with items, then put it inside the Ender Chest. This increases their storage capacity by a lot.

3. Obsidian farm

Players will spawn on an obsidian platform near or inside the main End island whenever they enter the End realm. This obsidian platform can regenerate automatically whenever an entity teleports through the End portal from the Overworld.

Because of this, players can create an obsidian farm around the platform and the end portal frame. By using redstone contraptions in the overworld to send entities through the portal at regular intervals, players should be able to make the platform regenerate continuously. This in turn allows them to get all the obsidian they need.

4. Wither rose farm

It is fairly tricky to farm Wither rose in Minecraft, as players need to get the Wither to kill other mobs for the item to drop. The Wither has the ability to destroy blocks, so trapping them is very hard.

However, there is a bedrock fountain on the main End island that cannot be destroyed at all. Because of that, players can create a certain type of farm around it, trapping the wither there and letting it kill the spawning Enderman. Upon each kill, a wither rose would drop for players to collect.

Wither roses are useful for creating farms and traps that automatically drain enemies' health.

5. Nether Star farm

This farm use the same mechanic as the Wither rose farm, however, it is for farming the Wither itself. Summon the wither right underneath the bedrock fountain at the center of the main End island. This way, their heads will be trapped inside the block, which in turn prevents them from attacking the player.

This is an excellent method to farm the rare Nether Star and EXP.

How to craft a beacon with the Nether Star?

Nether star is the main component to create a beacon, which is a block that projects a light beam skyward and can provide status effects such as Speed, Jump Boost, Haste, Regeneration, Resistance, or Strength to nearby players.

A beacon can be created using 5 glass blocks, a nether star and 3 obsidian blocks.

To activate a beacon, players need to place the beacon on top of a pyramid made from gold, iron, Netherite, emerald, or diamond. In total, there are four layers for a beacon pyramid: 3X3, 5X5, 7X7, and 9X9. Each of the layers must be put on top of one another in the same order as listed.

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