Minecraft players are familiar with the three dimensions of the game: the Overworld, the Nether, and the End. The End dimension, reached through an End portal, is where players face the final boss, the Ender Dragon, and after defeating it, they can freely explore the End.
However, the End dimension can feel monotonous, consisting mainly of small islands with some possible structures like End Cities and End Ships. One resourceful Minecraft enthusiast decided to change that and embarked on a remarkable journey to transform the End in their survival mode.
As you enter this player's End dimension, you'll be amazed by the well-decorated room made of different types of sandstone blocks and gold. Chiseled sandstone blocks and slabs are used for decoration, and at the center, surrounded by gold blocks, lies the End Gateway that allows travel to the transformed island.
Venturing further, you'll encounter huge structures built with sandstone blocks, showcasing the player's creative mindset. The paths are adorned with lanterns, and a small pond with sugarcane growing on its sides adds to the scenic charm. Illuminated by strategically placed glowstone blocks, the landscape takes on a magical quality.
In the central area, Endermen gather around a tall, spiral-shaped structure made with magenta-colored glass blocks. End rods are placed on top, resembling the Eternal City of Nokron in Elden Ring. The player showcases the beauty of this world, flying with fireworks and revealing the top of the towers adorned with lights and trees growing on the sides of the island.
The transformation is truly impressive, and it showcases the limitless creativity of Minecraft players. The video ends with the player entering another End Gateway located at the epicenter of the glass structure.
This transformed End dimension serves as a testament to the boundless possibilities within Minecraft's sandbox world, where players can shape and reimagine their gameplay experience.