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Minecraft challenge runs are a staple of the game's creator community. Need Realtor It's not what we'd call a violent game, however, you can end up killing a shocking amount of enemies in a normal playthrough - whether that's the zombies that are a nuisance at first, collecting items from creatures from the Nether, or just killing the Ender Dragon - and so playing a pacifist game is more difficult than you imagine. You enact a lot of violence without planning on it. SwitchBackMongo is a Minecraft YouTuber who plays Hardcore. SwitchBackMongo decided that the cycle of violence was over and set off on a mission to stop the game without killing any Minecraft mobs. Well, mostly. Technically, they didn't kill anything, the explosive beds - that's right – they were used around Ender Dragon certainly did. Anyone who has played Minecraft before knows that you need to defend yourself if you are seeking resources. You will be attacked by spiders, skeletons and creepers deep within the world. It's not easy to keep them out. Even the act of grasping a piece of iron could result in a fight, or even death. Keep in mind that this is Hardcore so death isn't an option. For SwitchBackMongo, the real issue was the Nether. More specifically, it was an enemy called the Blaze, which is the sole source of Blaze Rods. These are the primary ingredient in the creation of the Eye of Ender, which will lead to The End, making Blazes one of two enemies that have to be killed in order to 'complete' Minecraft. But does that mean you need to kill them? SwitchBackMongo tests a few ways to deal with them in the video, which includes watching as an Iron Golem decimates fifty Blazes with no drops, and then making a trip to Google as many of us in search of an answer. The good news is that the wolves are man's best friend and they did the job. The entire run is enjoyable to watch since it's a brand new venture for the renowned Minecraft YouTuber. They don't know how to go about it. It's rare to see a challenge that hasn't already been mastered and mastered, especially in an industry that's been around for as long as Minecraft. Another impressive Minecraft game saw a group of players complete the game in less than two minutes. One player chose to capture the Ender Dragon rather than kill it. Take a look at our list of the best Minecraft seeds while you're here to find beautiful worlds to play your next game.