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|“||I... I think I'm having a breakthrough, Doc. I.. I feel like I'm a worthless, incompetent, a failure, and an irrelevant old crook. I thought my whole life having friends might help him out and having an expensive house might make him feel better. I, Professor C. Enderman, undeniably, am suited for evil. I thrive on the suffering of others, it's really the only thing that gives me joy. The only way I feel like I'm having a good time is running from the police, stealing valuable objects, or just killing and torturing anyone I damn well please! And you know what? Instead of running from that side of me, I embrace it. I'm Sheldon Motherfucking Enderman! And the only way I feel happy and content is with a gun in my hand and a price on his head!||„|
|~ Enderman during therapy with Doctor Applecheek.|
Enderman is the overall secondary antagonist of the webcomic Pastamonsters. He serves as one of the primary antagonists of Season 1, the main antagonist of Season 2, one of the main antagonists in Season 3, a major antagonist through most of Season 4 before becoming a deuteragonist in the final half, and later becomes a villain protagonist in Season 5.
Enderman is a member of a species of mysterious creatures that resides in the world of Realft. They are normally neutral but once attacked, they can become very violent. Enderman are very vulnerable to water. Enderman is always trying to overthrow Slendermen via nefarious tactics or manipulating the Proxies. Barring that, he ultimately aims for crushing all of the Under Realm beneath his feet.
Enderman embodies the very essence of a tyrannical psychopath. He is an incredibly greedy, strict, mentally disturbed, vindictive, power-hungry, arrogant, opportunistic, malicious, violent, and sadistic megalomaniac. Along with not actually paying his employees, he often uses them as test subjects for his latest schemes and yells at them for minor infractions. His generally nasty attitude has led a lot of people in and out of the Under Realm to loathe him. Even Zalgo, a demon who destroys planets for fun, doesn't think too highly of him (mostly only because he finds Enderman annoying). In fact, in "Legends of the Multiverse", Zalgo even halfheartedly thanked Jeff, expressing some gratitude for foiling Enderman's hairbrained schemes. Although, B.O.B does calls him "a good friend", but seeing as how this is coming from B.O.B, the statement rings hollow.
Whenever it is convenient, Enderman has feigned innocence, convinced the others that he is a nice, harmless and unobjectionable person, and lied to the town of the Under Realm in order to get them on his side, as shown in "The Rise of Enderman". Even when revealing his plans for Endermania, which consisted of stripping people of free will, killing innocent people using dynamite to make space for real estate, and becoming an oppressive and totalitarian dictator, he tries to paint it in a positive image for the crowd. However, his plan is exposed to the town, leading him to be despised by virtually everyone in the Under Realm.
Enderman finds satisfaction in inflicting pain on others, mostly out of pleasure and vengeance. In one instance, he traps BEN and mercilessly waterboards him, is known to kill and experiment on stray animals, and he's more than enthusiastic while generally causing chaos and disorder. He clearly enjoys being a hegemonic villain even beyond wanting to topple Slenderman. For example, when a random customer beat him in a game of poker, Enderman steals back the money he lost, has the Rake eat the man's hand off, and shoots the man in the leg for inconveniencing him. Throughout the series, Enderman displays very little interest in actually killing his enemies and finds them much more fun to hurt while still living, as seen many times with the Proxies. He even admits to his minions that he didn't even need to kill and torture Mr. X, implying his actions were motivated purely by sadism. Enderman also often made one's circumstances even worse than death if they still longed to fight him; such as when he absorbed Malitch's trophy and became a dragon, Enderman instantly mind-controlled almost every Proxy except Jeff and attempted to have Jeff murdered by them, finding the thought of having Jeff murdered by his own friends hilarious.
Going in hand with his ruthless nature, Enderman has zero issues over killing children if they get in his way, as shown with BEN and Sally. Sometimes, they don't even need to be in his way. In "Attack of the Morons", when Enderman, the Rake, and B.O.B are being chased by the police, Enderman deliberately steers and accelerates their escape car to make sure it runs over a baby. On one occasion, Enderman casually tells Sally that he has killed at least seven infants. There is even an episode where he thinks about turning BEN and Sally into cyborg slaves, but decides not to as to save on money.
Even in his youth Enderman displayed common traits of a psychopathic sadist. The episode "Therapy" has a series of flashbacks featuring a young Enderman torturing animals in grotesque ways: blowing up a dog's face off using firecrackers, running stray cats over with his tricycle, plucking the eyes out of puppies, suffocating a family of possums using smoke bombs, slowly ripping the limbs off of bugs, and brutally torturing a frog for days on end. When the frog begged Enderman to kill it with a hammer, asking "Haven't I suffered enough?!", Enderman merely said "No" and refused to kill it, leaving it in a state of pure agony.
In "The Chain Mail", Enderman is shown to have a vain and incredibly petty side to his personality. After being dumped by numerous women, the very old Enderman blamed his now hideous appearance on the sun and planned to use the powers of Malitch's trophy to plunge the universe into eternal darkness in exchange for eternal youth.
Despite his self-proclaimed greatness and psychotic personality, Enderman rarely succeeds in his evil plans and is held up as a complete laughingstock by nearly everyone- a fact that he is either oblivious to or simply chooses to ignore. Despite the fact that he loses regularly, his self-absorbed nature prevents him from acknowledging any of his failures, and he chooses only to speak about the better things that came from each incident and never learn from his mistakes. Despite his ambition to kill Slenderman and the Proxies and take over the universe, he's easily misled by Mancala, fails to pose a serious challenge to Slenderman during most situations, and is forced to take advice from other enemies. To even get his plans into motion, he usually has to get help from a higher being such as Zalgo. In fact, he spends nearly all of his screen-time in Season 4 simply trying to become one of Zalgo's minions. Enderman is also very cowardly when faced with those more powerful than him, such as Zalgo and Slenderman. He also is not as good as leading a group of people as Slenderman is, as shown by Enderman's team's consistent failure rate. However, very rarely, there have been a few episodes where Enderman gets the last laugh on the Proxies.
At the same time, Enderman is rather comically eccentric. He sees himself as the smartest and most competent being in the universe, despite his blatant incompetence. When making plans to harm the Proxies, he often tries to create overly unnecessarily complicated plans, before settling on a simpler version. For example, one of his plans was to turn Slenderman into a flea using BEN and Sally's size-shifting flashlight and put him in a box and put that box in another box and mail it to himself and smash it with a hammer when it arrives, but changes his mind to simply turning Slenderman small. However, he usually fails to pay attention to minor details, which results in his plans being thwarted.
Enderman is very arrogant and narcissistic, most of the time to his own detriment. He considers everyone around him "sheep" who need to be led by himself, believing that the world should revolve around him and his desires. For example, Enderman's biggest plan is to turn the Under Realm into "Endermania", a dictatorship where practically everything revolves around him and people follow his every whim at the threat of death. It also never occurs to him that any of his plans could ever fail because he's too convinced of his own genius, so if any of his plans do, he's caught off-guard and without a backup plan, forcing him to improvise, which he's not very good at doing. In addition to this, his prime ambition is to have everyone in the universe recognize him as a strong leader, and those fantasies often involved the citizens of the Under Realm building statues in his likeness, valuing his input during political meetings, and most of all, giving him their undivided attention. However, it quickly gets overridden by his own desperation and evil antics.
Despite his frequent displays of stupidity, it is clear that Enderman is highly intelligent in some respects - being a keen inventor of tools and devices, including building a time machine and a super-robot despite having limited resources. But he has absolutely no apparent interest in thinking things through, and wastes much of his time fretting about or dealing with unimportant "threats." Moreover, it is evident that he is more than capable of conquering the Under Realm, yet he hardly ever uses this capability properly, and has often been very close to taking over the planet, only to be thwarted by his own negligence.
Despite being blatantly evil, his henchman B.O.B and the Rake consider Enderman a good friend. This can be easily blown off as B.O.B being too stupid to see how cruel Enderman truly is, and the Rake merely enjoying being evil alongside Enderman. Even with their admiration, Enderman blows B.O.B off as a "clown" he wouldn't even employ to lick his boots. Enderman does get really angry and upset when Eyeless Jack, his henchman at the time, disbands from his company, but it's clear that he only cared about him because he was his most efficient henchman, and the main reason he's pissed is that the Proxies "made a fool of him" by ruining the loyalty of his men. He often blames the failures of his evil plans on B.O.B or the Rake; while they do hold some of the blame, a lot of it usually has to do with the fact that Enderman's plans tend to be either too convoluted to actually work, doomed to fail from the start, Enderman's own overconfidence and arrogance that his schemes can have no faults, or all of the above.
Enderman is well-known to have an explosive temper to anything, such as food, disturbances, irritations, etc. In fact, questioning his authority and messing with his ego are probably the most dangerous things anyone can do around him. Furthermore, he kills, tortures, or attacks people for the slightest offenses towards him. He even got angry when Ticci Toby yawned during his speech, which caused the other Proxies to call out Enderman's temper. Enderman seems to especially hate people he thinks are stupid, such as Jeff and B.O.B. Enderman is also shown to have a very sarcastic tongue towards idiotic people, although his humor often goes over their heads, much to his anger.
In one of the most emotional moments of Legends of the Multiverse, Enderman reveals to the Proxies that he is secretly ashamed of his constant failure and tries to mask it by pretending that he knows everything. But in truth, Enderman is terrified of accepting his own incompetence and admits that he is the loser his father told him he would become. This is precisely the reason why he is so driven to become Zalgo's minion in Season 4; he thought that by joining Zalgo's army and using their resources, he could finally accomplish something in his life.
Despite his incredibly sadistic and cruel nature, Enderman does truly care for and appreciate his men, B.O.B and the Rake and his henchmen in general. In "To Proxy Mountain", he throws a party for his mooks, and actually tries to cheer them up when they're not amused. He is also pretty casual with the Rake and to a lesser extent, B.O.B. Enderman, B.O.B, and the Rake go on vacations together and share a photo album, they're clearly quite chummy with each other, and the Rake is clearly one of the few people Enderman shows any sort of respect towards. In the finale of the "Legends of the Multiverse" arc, Enderman screams in horror when B.O.B was eaten by Zalgo's minions, and was relieved when B.O.B turned out to be alright. Enderman was also capable of putting his differences with the Proxies aside to help them defeat common enemies such as Laughing Jack and Zalgo.
|“||Ah, Enderman. Living proof that dinosaurs once roamed the Earth.||„|
|~ Clyde about Enderman.|
Enderman has the typical appearance of the Endermen race. He is a tall, dark, and thin humanoid, has long, skinny legs and arms, pinkish-purple eyes, and fingerless, cube-shaped hands. However, he does not emit purple participial like the rest of his species. In regards to his height, he is taller than Jeff but shorter than Slenderman. In close up, detailed images of his face, he has a very wrinkly and shriveled appearance, denoting his old age.
Shades of purple and black in Pastamonsters are almost exclusively reserved for Enderman and his world (Endermania). These colors were chosen because they are generally considered the colors of madness. Enderman's angular shape is intended to suggest his evil nature; early designs depict an even more jagged, pointed figure.
List of Enderman deaths
|~ Enderman falling to his death.|
Much like B.O.B and the Rake, Enderman has died many times, and almost all of his deaths are humiliating and painful. Of course, given his abusive nature and nastiness, Enderman usually deserves the horrible deaths he gets. Regarding how he always comes back, it is unclear if he is a clone of the previous Enderman with the same name, or comes back to life a la Kenny McCormick.
- Mustard Please: Falls into a pit of fire.
- The Rise of Enderman: Thrown into a river by the citizens of the Under Realm.
- Run Away: Kicked into a river by Jeff, which melts him.
- Casino Royale: Hangs himself in a bathroom.
- The Chain Mail: Knocked down into a body of water where he dissolved and was blown up.
- Forgotten Dream: Is thrown into an exploding machine by Jeff, killing him instantly.
- To Proxy Mountain: Is killed along with Mancala, the Rake, and B.O.B in a supernova-sized explosion.
- That's a Lotta Fish: Jumps into the ocean where he is seemingly melted by the water and then eaten by a shark (although whether he actually died or not is questioned by Jeff and President Bush).
- Whaling Good Time: He is accidentally killed by the Rake, who shot Enderman in the head on accident while playing with a speargun.
- Fear Itself: Lit on fire and then ran over by a car.
- Deleted: Killed along with B.O.B and the Rake when K.A.R.E.N self-destructs.
- Faith: Is possibly killed by a group of fan-girls.
- Protect the Baby: He is knocked into a woodchipper.
- Bigmouth Manor Mystery: Enderman and his gang freeze to death in Mayor Bigmouth's freezer when the Proxies and their friends forget they were in there.
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- This version of Enderman is significantly different from his Minecraft counterpart. In Minecraft, Enderman is portrayed as having superpowers as well as being a supernatural entity. In this version, Enderman is a stereotypical mad scientist that has basically no superpowers.
- "Dark Harvest" and "Down in Mexicali" are the only episodes in the entire series where Enderman manages to successfully defeat the Proxies.
- Enderman is the most commonly recurring antagonist in the series.
- One of Enderman's signature colors is purple because it is a color that represents madness. True to life, purple is considered a less-likable color in some cultures. An example of this would be that purple is seen as the color of death in Japan.
- Enderman is left-handed.
- Enderman has a doctorate in computer science.
- Despite claiming to be Slenderman's arch-enemy, not only does Slenderman have no respect for him whatsoever, but most of the time seems only marginally aware of his existence. He and Slenderman have only interacted with each other five times in the course of the entire series (with all of them ending with Enderman quivering in fear at Slenderman's feet), and Slenderman considers him a minor inconvenience if anything.
- When stating the ages of Pastamonsters characters, Comickit simply said that Enderman was an "old man".
- Enderman is college-educated, despite claiming in one episode that he never made it past the third grade.
- He has a degree in chemical engineering.
- Enderman is considered to be the most anti-social person in the Under Realm: he has little to no friends due to most of the other people ridiculing and bullying him most of the time, as well as the fact that he seems to actively despise all life because they seem to interfere with his life all the time.
- He gets at least 4 hours of sleep.
- It is revealed in the episode "New Digs" that Jeff plays poker with Enderman every Tuesday night.
- According to "The Chain Mail" Enderman has made 1,003 failed attempts to overthrow Slenderman.
- In earlier episodes, Enderman was depicted as a truly evil sociopath. Most of his schemes simply involved killing people and committing terrorist level attacks on the Under Realm, like unleashing a toxic gas on the Under Realm and going to a bowling alley and replacing normal bowling balls with grenades simply to enjoy the chaos. In newer episodes, he's much more comical and benign, with a characterization that drifts back and forth between "a stereotypical Evil Genius and a bit of an irresponsible curmudgeon" and "irritable jerkass who gets mad at the Proxies for getting on his lawn".
- Enderman is a lot more evil and depraved in both his "The Rise of Enderman" and "The Chain Mail" appearances, while he is usually portrayed as a rather typical arrogant villain (who still has some threatening moments), in "The Rise of Enderman", he planned to enslave all of the Under Realm, tried to bulldoze all of the Under Realm and rebuild it into a city in his name, and tried to kidnaps BEN and Sally and kill Jeff. In "The Chain Mail" he enslaved a race of innocent creatures, turned into a monstrous dragon and planned to extinguish the sun, which would obviously kill countless people. He also states that he is going to torch the Under Realm to the ground and take over Earth and the entire universe. Finally, he hypnotizes some of the Proxies and tries to force them to kill Jeff and Smile Dog.
- His voice is done by auto-tune.
- Enderman represents the Deadly Sin of Envy.
- According to BEN, Enderman smells like sweat, onions, and failure.
- Enderman's worst fears are sharks, mice, bats, and water.
- Enderman's favorite holiday is the Fourth of July, he used to enjoy blowing the faces off of dogs, burning small ants with firecrackers, and suffocating a family of possums with smoke bombs.
- Enderman is an arms dealer.
- It is implied multiple times that Enderman is bisexual. Aton outright states Enderman is one, and at one point Enderman hits on Ms. P and Masky. However, Enderman has a surrogate wife in the form of Karen, who he's been with for fifteen years. It's also mentioned that he contacted an escort service to have both men and women sent to his mansion.
- Despite playing cards frequently and even opening his own casino at one point, Enderman is notorious for always losing card games and resorting to cheating to win.
- Enderman secretly finds Ms. Pencil Neck attractive.
- It is revealed in "The Chain Mail" that Enderman was apparently quite a looker, presumably until his age caught up to him.
- Enderman has multiple drones hidden around Proxy Mansion, often using them to spy on the Proxies.
- According to the Unwanted House Guest's notes, Enderman's name in an ancient Arcosian language translates to "shit".
- In a live stream, Comickit said they believe that Enderman is hard of hearing, which would explain why he screams so much.
- Enderman has been sent to prison multiple times, but he breaks out on a regular basis.
- Jeff continually calls Enderman a racist for killing Black Eyeless Jack. It becomes something of a running gag, much the Enderman's eternal frustration. Because of Jeff's unintelligence, it's unknown if Jeff just says it to make Enderman angry or if he genuinely believes Enderman is racist.
- Enderman's in-series Twitter description reads "Before you ask, I follow no one. Humility is for the humble."
- Enderman has severe germophobia.
- Comickit has said that Enderman's favorite food is "anything with dark chocolate in it".
- Enderman went to science camp with the Unwanted House Guest prior to the events of the series and from there he developed something of a rivalry with him.
- In the episode "Smoke-In", it is revealed that Enderman supports legalizing marijuana, saying something that grows in the ground and is natural should be legal.
- Despite living in a rundown mansion, Enderman is shown to be quite wealthy, seeing as he is shown to have a plentiful array of weapons, advanced technology (such as flying saucers and laser pistols), and attack helicopters. His wealth likely comes from his side business as an arms dealer.
- Children screaming helps lift Enderman's spirits.
- Enderman has known Ms. P since she was a child.
- He claims to have seen the Hopkinsville Goblin when he was younger.
- Despite Enderman being widely hated within the universe of the comic, he is also quite respected by some, such as including Sally Williams of all people. She often tries to reform him, which usually goes awry due to their polar opposite personalities. Enderman is also respected and is shown to be friends with Nick the Endoskeleton, B.O.B, Mayor Bigmouth and Bendy the Dancing Demon. He is also quite beloved by the fanbase.
- In some episodes, Enderman's eyes turn red when mad.
- In "To Proxy Mountain", it is revealed Enderman has some connections to NASA.
- Enderman has $50,000,000 worth of uranium buried under his old mansion.
- According to Comickit, if Enderman had a human form, he would be an elderly black man with purple eyes in a black suit and black gloves.
- Enderman, the Showman, and Officer Gutierrez are the only Pastamonsters antagonists who have musical numbers ("Snuff out the Light", Master of Your Fate", and "Surviving the Caves" respectively).
- Enderman might have OCD (obsessive-compulsive disorder). This is suggested by one of the lines in "The Rise of Enderman": "How did I miss that?! Me, the obsessive-compulsive Enderman!!".
- According to multiple polls, Enderman is the most liked antagonist in Pastamonsters.
- In some concept art, Enderman is depicted as being almost comically large, being so tall that the Rake and Jeff barely reach his knees.