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    Server address has changed.



    will i still have my little house i built?


    Yes, I moved everything over to the new server.

    The only difference will be better performance and a higher max player count.


    Got a live map working:



    The server has been updated to 1.4.2

    The Pretty Scary Update!

    + Added a beacon
    + Added flower pots
    + Added item frames
    + Added anvils
    + Added cobblestone walls
    + Added pumpkin pies
    + Added carrots and potatoes
    + Carrots can be put on a stick to control pigs while riding
    + Added a boss mob
    + Added a new skeleton type
    + Added witches
    + Added bats
    + Added mob heads that can be placed
    + Zombies now infect villagers, but can also be cured
    + Added wooden button
    + Items can be cloned with the “pick block” action in Creative Mode
    + Items can be quickly moved to the hotbar by pressing 1 through 9 while hovering an item
    + Added /difficulty, /spawnpoint, /weather, /gamerule and /clear commands
    + Added “target selectors” for commands
    + Added option to hide capes
    + Added option to toggle vertical synch
    + Added customization to superflat worlds
    + Minor additions to the world generator
    + New potion recipes
    + Leather armor can be dyed
    * Maps now start more zoomed in, and can be extended
    * Redstone repeaters can now be set into a “locked” position
    * New sound effects
    * Portals to the Nether can now transport items and mobs
    * Adventure mode now allows placing and removing blocks, but only when using the correct tools
    * Changed method of placing sideways wood logs
    * Improved server list
    * Improved debug (F3) options
    * Spawn protection is now automatically disabled if there are no defined admins
    – Removed Herobrine


    New teleport commands:

    /spawn : Teleport to spawn location in this world

    /sethome : Set your home location, including view angle
    /home : Teleport to your home location
    /removehome : Removes your home location

    /setwork : Set your work location, including view angle
    /work : Teleport to your work location
    /removework : Removes your work location


    New LWC item protections.

    Blocks can be protected with three basic protection types:


    By default, only you can access this protection. You can also modify it (or specify when creating) to add other players or groups to the protection, so they can access it. Say you wanted Notch and Hidendra to both access the protection. When creating the protection, you could do /cprivate Notch Hidendra or if it already exists /cmodify Notch Hidendra. If you wanted to remove Hidendra from the private protection, you can use /cremove -Notch


    A password is set on the protection and anyone that knows the password can open it. You yourself also need this password each time you log in.


    Mainly targeted at community chests, a Public chest means just that: anyone can access it, but no one can protect it which makes it advantageous because it cannot be made private by someone else.


    • /lwc – The LWC command for everything, however aliases are available to make some commands shorter. Type /lwc in-game for more detailed help.
    • /cprivate – The alias of /lwc create private (or /lwc -c private), it creates a private protection.
    • /cpassword <password> – The alias of /lwc create password <password>, it creates a passworded protection.
    • /cpublic – The alias of /lwc create public, it creates a public protection
    • /cremove – Allows you to remove a protection you own (or if you’re an LWC admin, any protection) – you must click on the protection after using /cremove in order to remove it.
    • /cunlock <password> – Allows you to attempt to gain access to a passworded protection after LWC tells you you attempted to open a password protection.
    • … more! There are aliases for all major used commands and every alias is not listed here

    TravelPortals has been added:

    Portals are 3×3, and consist of 6 pieces of obsidian, a door, and a redstone torch for the center. From above, the portal looks like this:

    n o n
    o R o
    n D n

    o is a stack of two obsidian blocks, D is a door, and R is a redstone torch. n can be any block or air. It does not matter. After you have constructed the frame, place a redstone torch at the bottom. It should tell you that you have created a portal, and fill up with water.

    After this, just give the portal a name, and give it the name of another portal for the destination and you’re set. As long as the destination portal exists, walking into it will take you straight there. For help in-game, type /portal help.

    /portal name [name] sets the name of the portal in front of you.
    /portal warp [name] sets the name of the portal that the portal in front of you warps to.
    /portal info gives basic information about the portal in front of you.

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