Minecraft Custom Server Settings
- Spawn Protection is currently set to
34 blocks (which means you will not be able to break blocks within this spawn area, currently lined with quartz-block.)
- Difficulty is set to
- Max World Size is currently set to
50000 (100,000 x 100,000 world border)
Minecraft Plugins Utilized
- GriefPrevention: The world is a PVP world, allowing for player combat and it is also an open world. However, GriefProtection is enabled to help protect your stuff by claiming land blocks.
- Once blocks are claimed, they are nearly impossible to be griefed by other players.
- If you leave a chest unprotected in your mine, then it’s fair game for anyone to clear out.
- You can always unclaim your land and move your stuff to a different location.
- Chunky: Pre-built a large chunk of the world to prevent lag.
- Some other miscellaneous plugins are installed for server management usage, including EssentialsX, EssentialsXChat, LuckPerms, Vault, and WorldEdit.
Land Claim Info
2000 claim blocks are automatically granted to new players
200 new claim blocks are gained per hour of player activity
80000 is the maximum number of claim blocks allowed to be accrued, unless claims are granted by an admin
- Placing a chest on unclaimed ground grants you a one-time automatic land claim with a
4 block radius
- Claims extend from Bedrock to the Build Limit (note: this is different than the default GriefPrevention behavior which allows you to tunnel under another players claim by default.)
- Minimum claim width is
- Minimum claim area is
- Claim inspection tool is a
Stick (Use to see who owns a block)
- Claim modification tool is a
Golden Shovel (Use to adjust a claim size)
- Maximum number of different claims per player is
- Inactivity after
45 days will result in a claim loss, this is to prevent inactive bases from taking up space and resources.
- The small, one-time automatic chest claims expire after
21 days unless claim is expanded
- Unused claim blocks expire after
- Land claim ability is enabled in The Overworld and The Nether, but not The End.
- Note: view the GriefPrevention Info Page for more details on this feature including a list of commands available