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What is the quickest way to spawn Enderdragons in Minecraft?

Is there an easy SinglePlayer mod? Would it be easier to do it somehow with Bukkit?

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Perhaps it would be helpful to include a screenshot or a better description of the mob you are referring to. I, for one, haven't a clue what you are talking about. –  RHINO_Mk.II Feb 6 '12 at 19:44

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I think you can do it with MCEdit by placing a spawner and changing the id appropriately.

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You can do it through the Mob Spawner mod . You have to have the latest beta version to do it though.

Or Watch this video I have found for it. [its rather slow, but everything is there] The author provides that mod in the notes and the dragons are located in The End area.

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If you use Single Player Commands, You get about a hundred useful mods in one. Once installed, just type

spawn 63

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Is there a way to do it without mods? –  user39805 Jan 11 '13 at 20:28

There is a good reason why Enderdragons spawn only in the End. If you made one spawn in the overworld, it would most likely wreak havoc on your structures and terrorize your world until you kill it, similar to the newly added Wither. However, if you really want to spawn it, install Single Player Commands and type /spawn enderdragon.

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There is a mod that makes it easy to spawn Enderdragons called 'Too Many Items'. It has an Enderdragon spawner.

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Without mods, you can travel to The End, which is guaranteed to have one Enderdragon (until you kill it).

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