Enderdragon Vs Master Chief

Enderdragon Vs Master Chief

Suggested by Stronghold

Here is the Master Chief (Halo) going against the Minecraft‘s one and only Enderdragon.

This battle will take place in the End.

Master Chief’s armor is the equivalent to enchanted diamond armor. Master Chief also has enough blocks to climb to the top of all the Enderdragon’s healing towers.

The End will contain 15 Endermen. The End has 10 Healing towers in the battle.

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23 Comments on "Enderdragon Vs Master Chief"

  1. Ragnorke December 12, 2014 at 6:59 am -      #1

    Tbh the chief would rip him open with his bare hands.
    He could bench something like a ton when he was just a teenager, without his suit.

  2. Tancalebner December 12, 2014 at 7:18 am -      #2

    Does he get a gun or bow and arrow… If not I think the Enderdragon will just pick at him till Chiefs dead…

  3. Commander Cross December 12, 2014 at 9:59 am -      #3

    Does Chief Man get Scarab Guns in this for that matter?

    It’s a cliche question to ask, I know but I’m asking it for old times’ sake.

  4. the_man_with The_Answers December 12, 2014 at 12:11 pm -      #4

    Well, since it is assumed Chief has the capacity to carry absurd amount of blocks I assume that all the wacky physical differences between a normal human and a minecraft human are negated (For example, a “minecraft human,” if we applied real world physics to he/she, could carry 16,500 metric tons on their body, while still retaining full mobility, and easily carrying 457 metric tons in one hand) and that things will function as normal.

    Which in that case, Chief is drastically more agile than your typical minecraft character, and has “enchanted diamond armor” equivalent armor, which also has an extra buffer in the form of his shields. On top of this, he carries a multitude of firearms, all of which have more range, fire rate, and lethality to them over even some of the most powerful enchanted bows.

    So Chief probably takes this.

    “Does Chief Man get Scarab Guns in this for that matter?

    It’s a cliche question to ask, I know but I’m asking it for old times’ sake.”

    Speaking of the Scarab gun, have you seen this?

  5. TheSorrow December 12, 2014 at 12:31 pm -      #5

    The Ender Dragon’s only attack is an easily avoidable rush. It’s not a very impressive dragon to be sure, and it leaves itself pretty vulnerable during that rush.

  6. Friendlysociopath December 12, 2014 at 12:31 pm -      #6

    Well, Chief’s weapons likely do more damage than Minecraft swords and bows. And he should have enough range (with pistol or sniper rifle, maybe battle rifle) to shoot out all of the healing crystals from just one tower.

    The Endermen are probably a non-factor, assuming Chief knows not to look them in the eyes before the fight (Which would be probably the only info you need for Endermen).

    I envision the Enderdragon doing a dive attack on the Chief- who just leaps onto it and proceeds to empty whatever weapon he has into it until it dies. MC has a history of doing that actually haha.

  7. captain napalm December 12, 2014 at 12:38 pm -      #7

    Master Chief in a match he can win? This is a new one.

  8. Friendlysociopath December 12, 2014 at 3:29 pm -      #8

    Hmm, the Enderdragon’s power varies a bit doesn’t it? Can’t blast cobblestone but solid blocks of iron and diamond are no problem for it.
    Meh, still giving it to Chief, he has a few wins- nice to give him another one.

  9. the_man_with The_Answers December 12, 2014 at 4:16 pm -      #9

    “should have enough range (with pistol or sniper rifle, maybe battle rifle) to shoot out all of the healing crystals from just one tower.”

    Any weapons of his, barring the shotgun, should have enough range. The MA5C has an effective range of 300m against armored and/or shielded aliens. I don’t recall the towers even being 100m apart.

  10. Alpha or Omega December 12, 2014 at 5:40 pm -      #10

    The enderdragon will meet bullets and wonder why it’s not blocky.
    I guess you can say that dragon has met its end.

  11. Shinesparkers December 12, 2014 at 6:17 pm -      #11

    Wow. For one match….. Master Chief doesn’t get destroyed here…

  12. Friendlysociopath December 12, 2014 at 6:21 pm -      #12

    Wow. For one match….. Master Chief doesn’t get destroyed here…

    He’s had quite a few he actually won, they just weren’t very hotly debated.

  13. CH1C4N0444 is allergic to bullets December 12, 2014 at 6:31 pm -      #13

    Yea, MC gets some good matches here n there. I think the closest(that I’ve participated in)are MC vs Cap and MC vs Nomad or Alcatraz from Crysis. He has a match against Batman which should be another good one.

  14. Shinesparkers December 12, 2014 at 7:20 pm -      #14

    He’s had quite a few he actually won, they just weren’t very hotly debated.

    Well good for him

  15. Tarbel December 14, 2014 at 9:44 pm -      #15

    Well, if we were to take Minecraft literally…
    Steve can carry 36 stacks of blocks, each stack being 64 blocks of volume 1 cubic meter. The heaviest block in the game, to my knowledge, is probably gold, which ways 19,300 kg or 19.3 tons each cubic meter. So Steve can very casually and easily (without tiring compared to other inventory carried) run/sprint/jump around holding/carrying 44,467.2 tons worth of material. The Minecraft floor is also in no way damaged when faced with this amount of weight, even if Steve were dropped from the max height of 256 meters onto a block of soil, speaking to the durability of Minecraft blocks in general. And even if we were not to take this into account, Steve regularly crafts weapons, armor, and tools out of diamond using a crafting table and his bare hands (and some utensils that are hung from the sides of crafting tables) and he can wear gold armor and sprint/run/jump around with no degree of difficulty. And of course, he can also survive being scorched by lava with no permanent damage, taking probably a full 10 seconds to actually die buried in it.
    So with this in mind, we can also assume that every other mob in Minecraft has a general degree of durability to be able to withstand being hit by a being with this type of strength. We can also scale that mob strength is also akin to Steve’s general ability in that area because it would require a certain degree of power to hurt Steve, who has the durability to tank 10+ meter falls carrying kilotons of blocks on him.

    Now we consider that Masterchief is ported to the End to face off the Enderdragon, a being many times more durable than Steve in full defensively enchanted diamond armor. What would MC’s fists, bullets, or grenades even do to Steve, let alone the Enderdragon. Masterchief may have enough blocks to climb to the Enderdragon’s towers, but how would he ever manage to even get up there using those blocks? Assuming they are soil blocks, then he would need to move and place 1.6 tons of material just to climb up one meter.
    Then we assume MC has armor akin to enchanted diamond armor. Normally, that would mean he takes off a certain portion of the damage received when he is hit (as Steve wearing armor does). Meaning a silverfish bite would probably still leave a hole in his sternum. He’d have no chance against Endermens. So, we assume MC has the same durability as a Steve with enchanted diamond armor. Even then, he would still face the problem of zero offensive power against any mobs.
    Overall, this is a curb stomp against Masterchief.

    Or we could just look at it as Masterchief playing a character with a Spartan skin that is faster and has more abilities like rolling and dodging and is equipped with various modern weapons. He would win eventually with no problem, probably taking an hour or so after running out of ammo.

  16. The Terror December 14, 2014 at 9:53 pm -      #16

    When I first read it. treasure.diylol.com/uploads/post/image/568107/resized_creepy-willy-wonka-meme-generator-oh-so-you-understand-english-please-tell-us-how-annoying-it-is-to-see-a-translated-9gag-post-8acb46.jpg

    Also lets go with the first option as it makes Minecraft look powerful.

  17. Friendlysociopath December 14, 2014 at 10:29 pm -      #17

    …Or we could call it game mechanics…what with Minecraft not obeying most rules of physics.

    Seeing as everything in that game weighs exactly the same since none of it is heavier or lighter than the others.
    Seeing as Steve carries them in his- nothing.
    Seeing as most blocks in that game are unaffected by gravity in any shape or form.
    Seeing as Steve can fall from a much smaller height than MC and die even though he can punch obsidian, meaning his strength does not go to durability.
    Seeing as his skin is weak enough to be pierced by walking into a cactus.
    And explosions that break blocks of literally solid diamond do nothing against regular stone.

    Yeaaaaah, that universe makes no sense and does not follow the laws of physics so trying to use them to determine strength and durability really doesn’t add up.

    Flint and steel arrows can hurt the dragon, bullets will hurt more.

  18. Alpha or Omega December 14, 2014 at 10:41 pm -      #18

    Tarbel isn’t serious. He’s just joking.
    The more likely explanation is hammerspace.
    You do need enough blocks in order to build chests, crafting tables, furnaces, anvils, etc.

  19. Friendlysociopath December 14, 2014 at 10:48 pm -      #19

    Yeah I know, that’s why I used the TLDR bit. Sums up the big reason MC wins rather handily. Especially since destroying the healing crystals isn’t required to kill it anyways, it just helps.

  20. the_man_with The_Answers December 14, 2014 at 10:55 pm -      #20

    The problem with taking Minecraft literally is that you define your own arbitrary limit when to stop applying reality. In this case, you limited it to the weight of the blocks as placed. But in Steve’s hand, the blocks are much smaller. In fact, he only ever has one in his hand at a time. Additionally, he clearly doesn’t have over 2,000m^3 worth of storage volume on his person to carry such vast amounts of materials. To fit 2,300 or so objects with no observable extra carry space. Meaning he’s fitting it into about 400cm^3 worth of pocket space if he’s got particularly deep pockets. At 19.3g/cm^3, that’s 7,720g, or 7.7kg, which is by no stretch a heavy weight to carry on your entire body. Likewise there is a clear disconnect in the supposed 1m^3 volume of the blocks, and the items produced by multiple of them put together, which implies the standard rules of volume don’t apply to Minecraft. Especially when a solid cubic meter of gold can effectively have neutral buoyancy in air, as they don’t fall when not supported.

  21. Tarbel December 15, 2014 at 7:31 pm -      #21

    @The Terror

    Bow and arrows thing, if we pretend my first scenario made sense, bows transfer the strength of the user into a single burst of energy in the form of a flying arrow. So the arm strength/energy of a Steve would all go into an arrow with a sharp point when he shoots a bow, which is harder than Steve’s fist, which is why it hurts an Enderdragon more. (Also, arrows in general are very powerful even compared to a 7.62 round)
    I can also try to explain your other point on Minecrafts physics breakery but that would require a longer post and even more speculation so nah..
    as an example VV

    @the_man_with The_Answers
    Perhaps the reason why blocks are smaller after breaking them is because of the amount of force required to break them causes them to deform and because Steve is so good with his hands (as noted with his ability to craft perfect materials every time), the block breaks and deforms into a perfectly smaller higher density cube. You know, in the same law of physics defying kind of way that Vampire Hunter D does.
    Then the volume of storage thing can be sort of solved with hammerspace as Alpha or Omega has mentioned.
    And the floating blocks thing. Not all blocks float in midair, particularly gravel and sand, and if you include liquids, lava and water. (other things fall too but are usually considered entities like mobs or something, maybe)
    Ok I’ve decided I will not try to apply physics to Minecraft.
    Or maybe Minecraft air is actually a non-newtonian fluid so heavier blocks cause the air to lock in place and not fall down while light blocks like gravel and sand do fall (or liquids like water and lava).
    Or I should really just not try to apply physics to Minecraft.

  22. lamuertadelpacto December 18, 2014 at 8:31 pm -      #22

    @ Tarbel
    Lol no physics do not belong in Minecraft.

  23. CH1C4N0444 is allergic to bullets December 30, 2014 at 11:46 am -      #23

    So, Thruster Packs are now standard equipment for Spartans. Presumably that applies for the Chief too. Also, apparently so are groundpounds(haven’t seen what those do yet since I just found out they’re a thing). Well, Imma go back to the Beta.

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