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We need more votes! If you're okay with any, choose all of them! Hello! A couple of the SuperCentral staff have decided it's about time to open up a Minecraft server and it needs to be modded! We're bringing minecraft into SuperCentral's variety and we need the community's help deciding which modpack will be downloaded. DolphWin and Bo Jittins have picked out five of the most interesting modpacks we have found that will maintain the fun experience. These mods will use what is called the Technic Launcher, a launcher that is easy to use where you can load, save, and discover modpacks. Simply search the modpack you'd like, or the modpack that wins this poll, install it, and play on our server! Aside from the launcher we're using, the mods we have chosen will have a description to follow, and the candidates so far are PixelSpark's Pixelmon, Tekkit Legends, Hexxit, Attack of the B-Team, and Jurassic Craft. Here are the descriptions of each, and what you can expect. First up we have Hexxit - Gear up and set forth on a campaign worthy of legend, for Hexxit has been unearthed! Dark dungeons, towering spires, weathered ruins and musty tomes lay before you. Lay claim to riches or create your own artifacts, tame beasts and carve out your own story in endless wonder. Alone or with friends, adventure awaits in Hexxit. Hexxit is a new collection of mods for Minecraft that puts adventure above all else, in the style of old Dungeons and Dragons campaigns. Exploration is interesting, the dangers are greater and the sense of satisfaction of clearing out a dungeon is intense. Second up, we have Pixelspark's Pixelmon - PokÃ©mon will be running around ceaselessly in the green blocky hills. First, a dialog will appear prompting you to pick your starter PokÃ©mon! Thankfully, in Pixelmon we don't have some strange-looking professor giving us our PokÃ©mon. When selected, the PokÃ©mon you chose will appear in your very own party tab, on the left of your screen. With default controls, O is to change the size of detail in the party bar on the left. Now point in a direction, and press R (again, default keys) and your PokÃ©mon will be thrown out violently in front of you! Look at that little fella', looking at you all beady eyed, that cute little PokÃ©mon. The PokÃ©mon you send out doesn't have to be the one that's in the first slot of the party tab. If you have more than one PokÃ©mon, press the â†‘ & â†“ buttons (by default) to move the PokÃ©mon selector up or down respectively. Third, we have Tekkit Legends - Tekkit is a Multiplayer compatible Mod Pack for the popular Minecraft game. It is put together and maintained by the Technic Pack team. The mods added by Tekkit introduce a large amount of options to automate and industrialize Minecraft worlds and more options to power it. Some major mods include Industrial Craft, Buildcraft, RedPower and Equivalent Exchange. Fourth, Attack of the B-Team - Attack of the B-Team is a pack of mods for Minecraft chosen by two Minecraft YouTube personalities, BDoubleO100 and GenericKB, known as the B-Team in some of their videos. The pack is available through the Technic Platform, creators of previous modpacks such as Tekkit and Hexxit. According to Technic, Attack of the B-Team "was designed with one thing in mind, crazy mad science! With the help of the B-Team we hand picked the wackiest mods we could find and shoved them all in a modpack for you guys. Last but not least, Jurassic Craft - JurassiCraft is a mod made to bring prehistoric creatures to the world of Minecraft. It is inspired by Jurassic Park, but is not limited to all JP canon: as many creatures and features as possible will be added! Creatures are made Jurassic Park style, by obtaining fossils or amber, using the fossils or amber to create DNA, inserting the DNA into eggs, and hatching the eggs. The mod recently merged with two other mods, entitled the Bygone Age Mod and the Fossil Hunting Mod, which will bring users a more complete modded-Minecraft experience. Please let us know which mod you support for the SuperCentral Minecraft Server!
As you all know we have had some map changes to scmc, and as many of you agree these changes are bad for the map/server. The map changes include the following. - The sewer system has been blocked off in various ways. - The sewer system has a "Point of no return" by which I mean once you enter you cannot leave due to lack of functional ladders. - The flower has been removed - The inside of the mound is now covered with glass (this is actually a good thing) - The top floor of the hotel has been removed and is now full of holes - The vines around the map that previously acted as ladders no longer function. - The parkour has been removed due to camping (and it is NOT coming back) - The lights button has been blocked off (and is NOT coming back) - The way onto the top of the hotel( the white building) is now only accessible via the traitor room - Doors on the building that leads to the sewer have been widened and now show dirt and grass below the building - The walls in the jail have been demolished * If you are coming here from the steam workshop page or the SuperCentral TTT 24/7 minecraft server, welcome and please take a minute to sign up with steam so that you may vote and submit your opinion on the current changes.
As you all know ( "all" being BatDan and I ) the Minecraft server is no longer in existence. The server server was, quote, "Really expensive, and no one has been on in a month." or something like that. Anyways the point is that the server gone and it probably won't come back ( at least not on the same map ). What are your thoughts? Why haven't you played on the server in a month? If it does come back what do you think would make it better? Should we add mods? Should it be whitelisted? Will it have world edit? Can I use it to build my maps on? Does anyone even care?