Welcome to the Mines of Code Minecraft server, a mature and friendly whitelisted Minecraft server focussed on the survival gametype. This page is a general guide to the Mines of Code Minecraft server and website.
There are many rules put in place on the Mines of Code Minecraft server to keep everyone happy, and to keep everything civilized. You can view the full set of rules with all of the amendments on the rules page. Below are the eight main server rules.
In order to be eligible to play on the Mines of Code Minecraft server, you are required to obey all of these rules while you are on the Mines of Code Minecraft server.
There are many systems put in place to enforce the Mines of Code Minecraft server rules, protect its players. Rule enforcement cannot be done by the server staff alone. There are many ways you, as a player, can help if you see or witness a player, or players breaking server rules.
The following is a list of what you can do if you witness an incident.
Just for reference, the following is a list of what the staff can do to look into an incident.
In order to keep the Mines of Code Minecraft server a friendly, and enjoyable place, a punishment system is in effect for players who choose to break the server rules.
There a few different types of punishment that are used on the server. These include:
To avoid punishment, be sure to always follow all of the server rules and regulations. Tolerance levels are in general very low for misbehaving players as it degrades the server experience for other members.
Below is a list of important commands on the Mines of Code Minecraft server. Please note that parentheses () indicate an optional parameter, while brackets , or greater-than and less-than symbols <> indicate a mandatory parameter.
The server has a main spawn point for new players, and as a reference and event area. To visit the spawn, type /spawn in the in-game chat.
On the Mines of Code Minecraft server, players are able to protect their containers (chests, furnaces, enchantment tables, anvils, etc.) and doors using signs, so that only he/she, or he/she and those who he/she trusts. Some items, such as chests, furnaces, enchantment tables, and anvils, can be protected by right-clicking the container with a sign in hand.
Other items, such as doors and trap doors can be protected by placing a sign directly in front or behind an item, and typing "[Private]," (including the brackets), on the sign.
Multiple users can be allowed access to a container or door. Simply place a sign in front of or behind a container or door and type "[Private]" on the first line. Then, type each user's name on a separate line. You can also place a sign on a different side of the container or door with the text "[More Users]" on the first line, and more usernames on the proceeding lines.
The ability to set and teleport to home locations is available on the Mines of Code Minecraft server. Normal members are able to set up to three homes. To set your home type /sethome (name of home). If you supply a home name, it will add a new home. If not, it will replace your existing /sethome location.
To view a list of your homes, type /home list. To teleport to any of the homes you have set, type /home (name of home).
Warp points are locations that anyone can teleport to. Anyone above the rank of "Expert" (inclusive) can set warps. To view all of the warp points available on the server, type /warp. If you have the required permissions to set warps, type /setwarp [name of warp] to set a server warp point.
To view a list of warp points, type /warp. To teleport to a warp point, type /warp [name of warp].
Like many other Minecraft servers, the Mines of Code Minecraft server has a chat. There are many extended features included in the chat as well. Important notifications and messagesare posted in the chat every so often and when you login. Please be sure to take a look at them every once and awhile.
The chat has a few messaging features.
You can send a private message to players by typing /msg [name of player] [message to send]. You can also toggle a chat thread by typing /msg [name of player]. This will allow you to message the player without using a command. Type /msg again to resume talking in the global chat.
If you recieve a message, you can reply to it by typing /r [message to send].
You can also send server mail. There are several mail commands. All of them are listed below.
If you have to step away from your keyboard, and want other players to know, so they don't wonder when you don't answer their messages, type /afk to go into "away from keyboard" mode. You can deactivate this by moving around, or by typing /afk in the chat once more. Players are automatically put into "away from keyboard" mode after five minutes of inactivity. After 10 minutes of inactivity, the player is kicked.
An additional feature of the AFK system is time setting. If everyone on the server enters AFK mode (/afk), and one person sleeps in a bed, the time will be set to day.
A support ticket system is in place to report bugs, glitches, incidents (between players, or the server and players), and suggestions. To submit a ticket, type /ticket [details of the ticket].
When a staff member answers your ticket, you will be notified. If you are online when it is answered, it will notify you right away, and if not, the next time you login.
If another player is annoying or harassing you, type /ignore [player name] to ignore the player. Then, report the incident using a /ticket and the staff will deal with it as soon as possible.
Players are able to request to teleport to other players using /tpa [player name], and request other players to teleport to them using /tpahere [player name]. These requests can be accepted using /tpaccept or /tpyes, and denied using /tpdeny or /tpno.
There are a multitude of different ranks on the Mines of Code Minecraft server. Below is a list of the ranks and their general function or meaning. All ranks inherit the permissions of the ranks below them.
Staff are members of the Mines of Code community who keep the server running smoothly. Their job is to keep the server a safe, fun, and working Minecraft server.
Volunteer staff positions are available. The Mines of Code on a staff hierarchy system. If you are interested in becoming a staff member, you can apply for a position using the Staff Application form. If you are accepted, you will be put at the lowest staff position, and you are able to work your way up as the Administrators see fit.