Any notable achievements in Minecraft: A rather large castle built forward to Zombie Siege mode, my private server for my friends.
What would you bring to the server: Another set of (virtual) hands, knowledge of contemporary design in Eä, OCD to make things accurate. I can also help with debugging bukkit (I have some experience from my server) if need be.
As is obvious, I love LOTR.
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Feb 3, 2011I don't often wear armor, as part of my in-game commute is a 5 minute walk on a minetrack 70 blocks above the ground, so I usually just lose it without using it. If I'm going in to a monster-infected zone I have a special set of armor which I can use, but otherwise I play without armor (usually on peaceful though).Posted in: Survival Mode
Feb 2, 2011IGN: forevermacPosted in: Minecraft Survival Servers (archive)
Why I want to be whitelisted: I'm a big fan of LotR and Minecraft and I'm look for a server to call home.
My notable achievements in Minecraft: A rather large castle built forward to Zombie Siege mode.
What I would bring to the server: Another set of (virtual) hands, knowledge of contemporary design in Eä, OCD to make things accurate.
Feb 2, 2011forevermac posted a message on [Software][Plugin][Bukkit] Runecraft [use bukkit page for download]Posted in: Minecraft ToolsQuote from SuperLlama »
Quote from FrostyWolf »Windows Installation:
1 ) Download latest Runecraft Mod from here: http://llama.cerberusstudios.net/runecraft_latest.zip
2 ) Download and install Winrar: http://www.rarlab.com/
3 ) Right click on your minecraft_server.jar and chose "Open with WinRAR Archiver" (DO NOT USE THE .EXE server)
4 ) Double click on runecraft_latest.zip That you downloaded.
5 ) Drag files from runecraft_latest.zip to minecraft_server.jar
Linux Installation (copied directly from llama):
1 ) cd server_directory
2 ) wget http://llama.cerberusstudios.net/runecraft_latest.zip
3 ) unzip runecraft_latest.zip
4 ) jar uvf minecraft_server.jar kw.class v.class mm.class rm.class rn.class rt.class
I'm on a mac system, so I know I should follow the Linux instructions. I got up to step 4, but only three of those .class names correspond to the ones in the download. Should I use the ones in both the download and the instructions or all of the .class files in the download?
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