Neowin.net Minecraft Server (Old Server)


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Come join the new Minecraft server discussion thread :)

 

 

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Neowin's Minecraft Server
Server hosting is provided by TBD


Discussion of connecting with pirated copied (including requests for offline mode for this reason) will result in you receiving a warning. The usual forum rules for piracy apply here.

Server Address:
mc.neowin.net (104.208.240.71)

Currently Running Vanilla 1.16.1

Server Rules

  • Be nice, polite, and respectful
  • No Griefing, this is your only warning
  • Do not build on others door steps without permissions, explore and find your own land
  • Do not be annoying
  • Do not build at spawn without permission of an admin
  • Do not modify any other players builds without permission
  • Have fun, if you don't have fun you will get slapped
  • Label all builds in creative

 

 

ATTENTION: We are currently working on setting up a new server on a paid host. If you would like to contribute towards this cause please review the Poll page and/or donate to the new server PayPal account at https://paypal.me/NeowinMC

 

Thank You :) 

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mikeaag

I would very much like to be a citizen of NeoCraftia.

My minecraft username is same as my neowin username :D

Thanks

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+jamesyfx

I'll have a little wander, my Minecraft username is the same as it is here.. jamesyfx. :p

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exotoxic

You can add me to the list too :)

username: ex0toxic

Thanks

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Brandon H

I'd love to be a citizen, username is the same :)

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SharpGreen

Add me, add me!

I'm rstat1

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Grinch

Just curious if this is using vanilla Minecraft server or CraftBukkit and if the latter what plugins are you using?

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Timan

Alright ,added everyone who's posted so far to citizen.

Just curious if this is using vanilla Minecraft server or CraftBukkit and if the latter what plugins are you using?

Bukkit, it a handful of plugins.

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Yelreve

I'd quite like to play too - my username is Yelreve :)

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sagum

me too please, user: sagum

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Karl L.

I would also like to be added. My Minecraft username is the same as my Neowin one.

I vote that the server be named Neocraft; it fits Neowin's naming scheme.

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Jan

DreadedFishy - Cheers!

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+Frank B.

DreadedFishy - Cheers!

Done.

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Matthew S.

FusionOpz mee tooo!! lol

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justin89h

Could you add me as well? justin89h

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+Frank B.

Done and done. Have fun building.

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REM2000

please add me too, my username is the same REM2000

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+Frank B.

Done.

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Matthew S.

Are we responsible for our own roads on creative?

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+Frank B.

Are we responsible for our own roads on creative?

Up to you. If you want to add to the road network, feel free. I'm only trying to build a basic road network atm.

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Matthew S.

cool, still not sure what I'm gonna build in my corner yet lol

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