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    posted a message on Legitimate Minecraft Social Experiment looking for about 15 more players.

    TotallyJustin.


    Btw this sounds pretty interesting, someone should record this.

    Posted in: PC Servers
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    posted a message on [HIRING DEVELOPER] Paying anywhere from 5 dollars to 50 dollars

    Alright guys, I have found my developer, so thank you for everyone who participated. The person that has become my dev will be receiving a private message from me.


    Do not worry though, if I feel my dev has not done a good job, I may choose someone else to become my new dev.


    Thanks!

    TotallyJustin

    Posted in: Server Recruitment
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    posted a message on Is this cheating?

    You're cheating.

    Posted in: Discussion
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    posted a message on EULA Revisited: an Updated Q&A From Mojang
    Quote from Dheatly23»

    But what they doing now is sending warning email. We want real action (sue those servers).

    "We want real action" Nice joke dude. I find the funny party "Sue those servers!" what a joke!
    Posted in: Discussion
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    posted a message on Mojang should stop Snapshot release process......

    Snapshots should end, because once the update comes out everyone already knows what's going to happen in the update. It'd be much more exciting if we didn't know what was going to happen.

    Posted in: Suggestions
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    posted a message on EULA Revisited: an Updated Q&A From Mojang
    Quote from TheAvatarOfWar»

    Mojang needs to enforce the EULA even more than they do right now. I can't say that every 100+ player server is breaking it, but I certainly haven't seen one yet that isn't. The problem here is that games like this encourage bottom-feeders to run a server, not for the fun of the hobby, but because they want to make money. Cutting this cancer out can only improve the ecosystem.


    Its gotten so bad, that any 15-year old can run a server off their own computer, using their parents internet connection, and earn money from donations, provided you have something new to offer people. Thats not an exaggeration; the last server I tried out was exactly like that.


    Anyway, I'm not holding my breath over it, but I still hope Mojang will even go as far as kill off the Voting system that every server is gaming. Technically, its also a EULA violation, as its offering content differently to different people. Nothing wrecks a server more than "10 free diamonds for watching Ads and captchas on the following 10 websites!!!!1111"


    I'd cheer on those 15 year olds, they're smart enough to create a server and gain money from it. The real cancer IS the EULA.
    Posted in: Discussion
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    posted a message on WARNING to EVERYBODY who plays multiplayer!

    Dude, thank you for showing us this. Now I know why my brother got banned for no reason on mineplex...

    Posted in: Discussion
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    posted a message on Have mods ruined Minecraft?

    Minecraft hasn't been ruined, but what does "ruin" it is how a lot of servers take out most things that were fun in survival. Like how all these servers will give you tons of iron as you spawn (Making there be no point of mining), the servers that give you weapons as you spawn with torches and "Telling you to turn up your brightness" (Which ruins the fun of the night), and how almost all servers now go all-out with commands.


    Minecraft still isn't ruined though.

    Posted in: Discussion
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