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This is a bit embarrassing.

BACKSTORY: I got griefed recently in my friend's multiplayer server: the offender spawned loads of Ender Dragons which attacked me, and then he kicked me out and banned me. I've been given access again (and the offender has himself been banned).

Actual question: I'm now back in creative mode, difficulty=peaceful, carrying on with my building. But all the Ender Dragons are still hanging around and getting in the way - they're really distracting. I've tried attacking them with a diamond sword but haven't managed to kill a single one yet. There must be a command i can type to get rid of them all - is there?

EDIT - i've googled this a bit and a common solution is to do /killall or /killall EnderDragon but the /killall command doesn't seem to be activated on this server.

thanks, Max

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I know you've said that you haven't been able to manually kill one yet, if you give yourself a strength potion strong enough to kill the dragons with less than 1 hit (with a diamond sword) would that work for you?

Put this into a command block and then activate it (with you the closest to it)

/effect @p 5 99999 250

Also, thanks to grgarside for pointing out that this does not need to be in a command block, you can just do /effect <your username> 5 99999 250

Since this will cause the effect to last forever, just do /effect <your username> 5 0 or drink some milk.

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You don't need a command block to do /effect –  George Garside Apr 27 at 10:08
    
I don't know what you mean by "put this into a command block", sorry. Mind explaining that in a bit more detail? thanks! –  Max Williams Apr 27 at 11:25
    
Figured it out - this worked! thanks –  Max Williams Apr 28 at 8:31
    
Btw, for anyone else reading this, replace "@p" with your username. –  Max Williams Apr 28 at 15:09
    
You don't necessarily need to replace @p, it works either way. –  Jeff Apr 28 at 20:07

Use a Bukkit Plugin

If you are on a Bukkit server, you can install a plugin called Essentails which has a /killall command. Using it, you can kill mobs:

/killall [mob type] <radius> [world]

So you can kill all enderdragons using this command:

/killall EnderDragon 1000

(This will kill all ender dragons in a radius of a 1000 blocks from you)

Edit the world offline

You can copy your world to your local machine and then edit it using a program like MCEdit. Then, go to the end dimension and press Ctrl + A to select the whole end. Then use the button Remove Entities to remove all entities (mobs, creatures, items ...; but no blocks).

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I believe that you have to type it like this: EnderDragon . –  DatEpicCoderGuyWhoPrograms Apr 26 at 22:29
    
@user3487713 Your right. Sorry, wasn't paying attention. –  Frithjof Apr 26 at 22:31
    
thanks guys but /killall EnderDragon doesn't work - it doesn't recognise the command. –  Max Williams Apr 26 at 23:35
    
@Max_Williams Try using /kill @e[r=10000] , it might kill all entities, including maybe the EnderDragon within a 10000 block radius. It might not work. –  DatEpicCoderGuyWhoPrograms Apr 27 at 0:06
    
@user3487713 that will only work when using 1.8 snapshots, and can actually be narrowed with /kill @e[type=EnderDragon] –  MBraedley Apr 27 at 0:09

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