ANYWAAAAAAAAY. My pov. Yah. This might take a while for me to type. Pov color is THIS. I hope that's alright.
Finally! I had survived in Minecraft for a while now, and I was FINALLY going to battle the Ender Dragon. I loved endermen, and treated them with respect. They leave me alone unless I bother them... Hopefully I didn't accidentally insult someone's great aunt's cousin again. That was a disaster.
I took a deep breath and chewed some of my gum (a mod i loved(OUT OF RP: Is that alright?))
Kicking aside one last silverfish after butchering the spawner, I walked slowly to the End Portal. The stars in it danced in a hypnotic pattern as I took one last look at the overworld around me. Then the graceful person I am, fell headfirst into the portal.
All I can say is, ouch.
I groaned, "Why? Why oh cruel Minecraft?" until I heard a great roar which snapped me out of my pain.
I looked around me. Huh? Why did I spawn on the surface? Why wasn't I surrounded by End Stone on all sides?
And then my beautiful questioning moment was interrupted by a blow to my side by an enderman. I was sure I hadn't questioned anyone's father's clothing style this time!
I brought out my diamond sword I had spent so many nights crafting and slashed at the thin black creature. It teleported away before I could strike. I gladly set my sword back in its place. I hated slaying them which proved a problem when I brought it upon myself to make it to the end. In short, it cost a lot of emeralds and trading trips before I could make it here.
I brought out my bow, reminding myself of why I was here in the first place and shouted, "WHERE ARE YOU, DRAGON?"
A grumble pierced the darkness. "Hello girl."
"Aaah!" I screamed, firing at the air. The enchantment on it caused a trail of fire to follow the arrow. (OUT OF RP: im pretty sure the enchantment is Fire III or something)
Thevdragon chuckled. "I'm afraid you'll have to do better than that child."
I gritted my teeth, getting serious. I knew I had to destroy the healing crystal-mathingies before I could do damage to the dragon. I aimed my bow and fired. It was perfect.
As the explosion... Well, exploded, the dragon circled around me. "You're one of the smart ones. Some don't even bother with those. They try to get me. Unfortunately for them, they're dead now."
I smiled slightly as I released another arrow, wondering where all the endermen were. The arrow hit its mark.
Two down, four to go.
The dragon dived down and snapped at me. I ducked and stood back up, sword out.
"I'm afraid you'll have to do better than that." I mimicked. The dragon growled.
"Death is not an easy game to cheat at. I'd be careful if I were you."
I shook my head and grasped my bow, setting aside my sword for now. The arrow sailed effortlessly to its target. I brought out my ladders and sprinted to the other pillar, its crystal surrounded bh iron bars. Before I got there, the great beast attacked.
"Ack!" I stumbled, feeling a searing pain in my shoulder. I rummaged around in my backpack for some potions, taking out healing and splash potion of poison and weakness. I drank the healing and tried throwing the others at the dragon. My aim is not as good as my archery skills. One missed but the weakness hit it. I took the small hesitation from the dragon as an opportunity and raced again for the pillar.
The dragon roared a deafening sound as I reached the top and hacked away at the bars with my pickaxe. I slammed my sword into the crystal and with a BOOM! fell off the tower.
"No no no..." I muttered, reaching for my spare water bucket. I found myself always falling so I kept a water bucket handy. If I could just place it at the right time... YES!!!! I swam out of the puddle and took out my bow.
"Goodbye." I said, aiming.
Then I was surrounding by endermen and said a very unpleasant word.
The dragon stood behind the army.
"Do you give up yet?" It growled. I narrowed my eyes. "Not a chance."
I stared into the eyes of the endermen, showing them I was the boss now. My glare held fast, and some scurried onto my side. I soon had a small army of my own.
The ender dragon nodded and the endermen dissipated. My eyes widened. "Wha-"
"Good job." It said. "You are definately smart and prepared, more so than I hoped. You use the circumstances to your advantage. Very persistant."
I opened my mouth to say, "Thank y-"
"HOWEVER," It continued. "You do not know when to surrender. You do not attack quickly as well. You spend more time analyzing the field. You also have no skill in fighting endermen and I sense you do not wish to either."
"What is this, some sort of test?" I spat out, drawing my bow back even farther. I snapped my gum.
"Sort of." it replied. "You see, I've been trying to assemble a team. One that will help me fight against... An adversary."
"And why should I believe you?"
"Does the name Herobrine ring a bell?"
I stood shocked. "H- herobrine? The steve guy with white eyes?"
I lowered my bow. "I'll join your team... On a few conditions."
the dragon nodded. "yes?"
"That you tell me what's the big dealio, I get a chocolate cake, I am not allowed to tell anyone how I know Herobrine AND,"
"My teammates don't mind me chewing my gum."