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  1. 26 points
    No. /123ping, /8ball, /Abort, /AbortAll, /About, /Acacia, /Accept, /Action, /AdminChat, /Adventure, /AFK, /AFKModel, /AKA, /Alive, /Announce, /apply, /Ascend, /asph, /Assasinate, /Aura, /AutoRank, /AutoRankCheck, /Award, /AwardMod, /Awards, /Away, /b, /Back, /Balance, /Ban, /BanAll, /BanEdit, /BanEx, /BanGrief, /BanHammer, /BanInfo, /BanIP, /Banx, /Barf, /Basscannon, /BDBDB, /Beatdown, /BeatParkour, /BeepSilent, /bestscores, /Bezier, /Bind, /BInfo, /BInfoList, /BlockDB, /BlockProperties, /Blocks, /BlockSet, /BlockSpeed, /blue, /boost, /Bot, /BotAI, /Bots, /BotSet, /BotSummon, /Bounties, /Bounty, /Bring, /BringAll, /Brofist, /Bromode, /Brush, /Brushes, /BUM, /Buy, /Calculate, /Calculator, /Cancel, /CapColor, /cc, /ccapi, /Center, /changelog, /changetitle, /Classicubeapi, /Clear, /ClearDenied, /ClearParmDraw, /click, /Clones, /ClosestPlayer, /CmdBind, /CmdCreate, /cmdlist, /CmdLoad, /CmdReload, /CmdSet, /CmdUnload, /codes, /Color, /Colors, /Commands, /Compare, /Compile, /CompLoad, /coords, /Copy, /CopyLvl, /CopyNA, /CopySlot, /CountDown, /CrashServer, /Crumble, /CrumbleMOTD, /CTF, /Cuboid, /CuboidH, /CuboidW, /CustomColors, /CustomHug, /CustomModel, /CustomSlap, /Cut, /CutScene, /Cylinder, /d, /Deafen, /DeafenChat, /debug, /Defriend, /Delay, /Delete, /DeleteLvl, /DeleteThis, /Deny, /Descend, /devs, /Differentiate, /Disconnect, /discord, /DisInfect, /Dislike, /Divorce, /Do, /Donator, /DoNotMark, /Door, /DoorCheck, /DoorList, /DoorRemove, /DoubleStair, /DPlace, /Draw, /Draw2D, /DrawImage, /Drill, /drop, /dtnt, /DumpStats, /Eat, /Economy, /Edit, /Effect, /EggBasket, /EightBallTwo, /Ellipsoid, /EllipsoidH, /Emote, /Emotes, /Entity, /EntityRot, /Env, /Environment, /EnvPreset, /EpicSpam, /Eq, /event, /experience, /Explode, /extraboolean, /ExtraInfo, /extraint, /f, /Fail, /FakeRank, /FAQ, /farewell, /FastLB, /FFAStatistics, /Fill, /Fill2D, /Fill3D, /Filter, /FinishNoobMain, /Firework, /FixGrass, /Fixrealms, /fixwater, /Flair, /FlipCoin, /FlipHead, /FlipHeads, /Fly, /Follow, /FontWrite, /FontWriteText, /ForceHold, /ForEach, /FortuneCookie, /FreebuildRules, /FreeForAll, /Freeze, /FreezeBring, /Func, /FuncFill, /FuncSurf, /GameStats, /GBSwapOrder, /Gen, /GenHeightMap, /Geoip, /Geoipnonplayer, /GetBlock, /GGGun, /Give, /Global, /GlobalBlock, /GoldenEgg, /Goto, /GotoRandomCool, /GPS, /GpuInfo, /Grass, /Greet, /grow, /Guestwipe, /Gun, /GunGame, /GunGameMOTD, /HackControl, /HackRank, /Hacks, /hammer, /HasIRC, /Hax, /Help, /Hide, /HideOther, /High5, /highfive, /Highlight, /Hold, /holdsilent, /Hollow, /home, /host, /Hug, /Human, /Idea, /Ignore, /ImagePrint, /Immortal, /Impersonate, /Import, /Inbox, /Ineq, /Infect, /Infected, /Infection, /infinite, /Info, /InfoSwap, /input, /Insult, /Intro, /Invincible, /IRC, /IRCBot, /IRCControllers, /IRCStaff, /ironman, /ironwoman, /items, /JACKPOT, /Join, /JoinOnRankWorld, /JoinRandom, /Joker, /jokerall, /jokerme, /Jump, /Kick, /kickgood, /kickme, /Kill, /kiss, /LastCmd, /LastCommand, /LastLevels, /Lava, /LavaSurvival, /LBSwapOrder, /LevelBlock, /Levels, /Life, /light, /Like, /Limit, /Line, /LineX, /List, /ListClients, /ListModels, /ListRank, /ListStaff, /lives, /Load, /Loaded, /Location, /Lockdown, /LoginMessage, /LogoutMessage, /Look, /LowLag, /Mad, /Main, /makecorners, /makeegg, /makeeighths, /MakeGlow, /makeslabs, /makestairs, /makewalls, /Map, /MapHack, /MapInfo, /maprating, /maps, /MapsBy, /Mark, /MarkAll, /Marry, /MassRank, /MaxCaps, /MaxPWorlds, /Maze, /MazeCuboid, /MB, /Me, /Measure, /MeSays, /MessageBlock, /Mirror, /Missile, /Mode, /Model, /Moderate, /money, /MoneyMessages, /Most, /MoveAll, /MoveBots, /movespawn, /MsgBoozie, /msgme, /Museum, /Mute, /MuteAll, /mybotnick, /MyNotes, /Name, /NewLvl, /News, /Nick, /nominate, /Notes, /nothing, /nothing2, /OakTwo, /OHide, /OnlineStaff, /OpChat, /OpRules, /OpStats, /OrderBlocks, /OsFastLB, /Outline, /Overlay, /Overseer, /Owner, /P2P, /Paint, /Palette, /Pass, /Paste, /PasteNot, /PasteNotX, /PasteX, /Patrol, /Pause, /Pay, /PClients, /pcount, /PearPromote, /PerBuild, /PersonalWorld, /PerVisit, /Physics, /Ping, /PingList, /Place, /Plane, /PlaneW, /platform, /platformtwo, /PlayerEdit, /Players, /Plugin, /Plugins, /pm, /Poke, /PolarRose, /PonyModDownload, /Portal, /position, /Possess, /PReload, /PruneDB, /pstats, /Punch, /Pyramid, /Queue, /Quit, /Quitmsg, /r, /RageQuit, /Rain, /Rainbow, /RainbowChat, /RandomMaze, /Rank, /Rankhide, /RankInfo, /RankMsg, /Ranks, /ReachDistance, /Realm, /red, /Redo, /redwood, /Referee, /Rejoin, /Reload, /ReloadClickableBlocks, /ReloadEffects, /RelTP, /RenameLvl, /RenderType, /reorder, /repeat, /Replace, /ReplaceAll, /ReplaceBrush, /ReplaceNot, /ReplaceNotBrush, /reply, /Report, /Reports, /Requirements, /ResizeLvl, /Resolution, /Restart, /RestartPhysics, /Restore, /Retry, /Review, /Reward, /Ride, /Roll, /Rotate, /RoundOak, /RS, /rtv, /Rules, /runscript, /RunScriptAll, /SAdd, /Save, /Say, /Search, /Secret, /Seen, /Send, /SendCmd, /Server, /ServerInfo, /SetClickDistance, /SetCoordParm, /SetFont, /SetInfo, /SetModel, /SetNick, /SetParamIter, /SetRank, /SetSpawn, /ShadowMute, /ShortName, /ShowQueue, /Shutdown, /sinfo, /Skin, /skinall, /Slap, /Smooth, /SmoothAll, /Snake, /Snap, /snowcover, /Software, /Solid, /Spawn, /Spawner, /spec, /SpecPatrol, /Spectate, /Sphere, /SphereH, /Spheroid, /Spin, /SPlace, /Spring, /SRemove, /Staff, /StaffSay, /StartParmDraw, /Static, /stats, /status, /StealthKick, /STFU, /StopWatch, /Store, /Stuff, /Sudo, /Summon, /summonspawn, /t, /Take, /TaskDebug, /TColor, /TDStatistics, /Team, /TeamDeathMatch, /TempBan, /TempBlock, /tempbot, /tempchunk, /TempRank, /TextHotKey, /Texture, /texture2, /Throw, /Time, /Timer, /tips, /Title, /titlecolor, /TntWars, /togglenotifications, /Top, /topmoney, /topten, /Torus, /Tower, /TP, /TPA, /TPDeny, /TPP, /Tpzone, /Transform, /Tree, /Triangle, /TriangleW, /Troll, /Trust, /Unban, /UnbanAll, /UnbanIP, /Undo, /UndoAll, /UndoArea, /UndoAreaNot, /UndoPlayer, /UndoPlayerNot, /Unflood, /Unfreeze, /Unhide, /UnHideOther, /Unignore, /Unload, /unloaded, /Unmute, /Unpossess, /Unspectate, /Unwarn, /Updates, /UploadScript, /usestuff, /Verify, /View, /ViewRanks, /VIP, /Voice, /Vote, /voteresults, /WAccess, /Walls, /Warn, /Warp, /Water, /Waypoint, /WBring, /WBuild, /Website, /welcome, /WFlush, /Where, /WHide, /Whisper, /Whitelist, /WhoIs, /WhoNick, /whowas, /WInfo, /WLoad, /WLock, /WMain, /womid, /WorldChat, /WorldClear, /WorldClearSave, /Worlds, /WorldSave, /Worldsearch, /WRename, /Write, /Write2, /WriteText, /WSave, /WSet, /WUnhide, /WUnload, /WUnlock, /XBan, /YellAt, /ZAdd, /zaddbuilder, /zdelbuilder, /ZEdit, /ZInfo, /zlist, /ZMark, /ZombieSurvival, /Zone, /ZoneList, /ZoneMark, /Zones, /ZoneSelection, /ZoneTest, /ZRemove, /ZRename, /zsetowner, /zsetrank, /ZTest, /Zz
  2. 18 points
    Hi, it'd really help me if you stopped posting stupid shit like this on the forums, thanks
  3. 15 points
    Hey guys, I forked ClassicalSharp and added survival mode. Thus ClassiCraft has been born. So far survival is only available on PC, but I'm hoping to get it working on Android and Web as well. I'm not going to spam my site or servers, so if you're really interested in it, contact me. (Screenshot attached)
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    Before we start: * Welcome to the MCGalaxy guide. Before reading onward, please do note that this guide is initially made for MCGalaxy version 1.9.0.6, as such, some of the things stated below may not work in either past versions. If not, tell me and I will update it. * Starting the server Starting the server and actually making it so it's online is the most crucial thing you're going to need to do in this guide. Everything else will be informative and/or optional. To start the server, make sure you download your release from here, keeping in-mind I will be using 1.9.0.6 to explain things. Once downloaded, you will need to extract the contents into a folder somewhere. Once complete, you will then need to run either MCGalaxy.exe or MCGalaxyCLI.exe. This will open up a GUI/CLI menu allowing you to edit the server. Next, you will need to port forward. If your router does not support UPnP portforwarding, you can find a guide on how to port forward here. If it does support UPnP port-forwarding then proceed to read on further. Upon opening the GUI, click the properties button. A menu like this should open (yours will likely be different): Next, you will need to enter a port in the port box (or keep it as 25565) and then click Server Port Utilities. Another GUI menu should pop up, here you will need to enter the previous port number into the box and then click Forward. If the forward was successful, you will receive a green Ports forwarded successfully using UPnP message. If not, then you will need to port forward manually by visiting the link above. Once you've done that, click out of that and press Save to save your progress. Voilà! Your server is ready to play. It should be around the bottom area of the server list, if it isn't try refreshing. Configuring your server Editing server properties is probably the most fun part of starting a server, you have full access to features and you can toggle things you want enabled/disabled on the server. To do this, you need to open up that folder we were talking about earlier and navigate to the /properties folder. In here there will be 8 files that you can edit customize. You can also edit things from the GUI, but this gives you a bit more options to choose from. The only one you really need to check out is server.properties, if you've never edited a .properties file, you can open it in any text editing program. A guide is already waiting for you inside the file. A great way to display information is via the use of text files. You can modify the text files by going to the /text folder. Here you can edit things like the server welcome message, rules, news etc. All files can be opened via text editing software as well. Using the console The console is used as a way of executing commands without having to be in-game. It also bypasses permissions so you can use any command from any rank with ease, though keep in mind, some commands purposely disable use from the console. Using commands is similar to in-game, which uses /[command]. If a / or ! isn't present at the start, it will be treated as a chat message. You should probably give yourself the superop or nobody rank to get full control of the server. See below for more information on assigning ranks. Ranks Ranks are the assortment of players into hierarchical groups. To modify ranks, you will need to open the properties menu and then click on Ranks. Here you will be able to edit permission levels and colours etc. To rank a player to a specific rank, you will need to use /rank [username] [rank]. This will give them access to all the commands and permissions the specified rank has. Commands and Permissions Commands are a great way of doing things in-game, but if everyone has the same permissions, the server could be come anarchic quite fast. One of the commands you will need to become familiar with is /cmdset which is the nobody rank by default. Using your console knowledge from before, typing /cmdset cmdset [rank name] will allow the rank of your choice and above to execute it from in-game. You can either keep the permissions as is (not recommended) or you can modify the permissions to your choosing. You can allow specific ranks to use a command by using /cmdset [command] +[rank name], this will allow the rank to use the command even if they are not above the default command rank. You can also do /cmdset [command] -[rank name] to prevent a specific rank from using the command. And lastly for setting command permissions is /cmdset [command] [rank name] [extra permission number] which will allow the rank specified and above to be able to use the command's extra permission. A full list of commands can be found via /commands all all and each are colour-coded to their respective rank colours. Information can be found for each command using /help [command]. Levels (or worlds/realms/maps) Levels are a world that players can visit/build on. By default the main level will be called main, but you can change that later by doing /main [level]. Most MCGalaxy servers support overseer levels which allow players to have their own private world that only they can build in. To allow this, just set the /overseer command to the lowest rank you want to be able to use the command. This will allow people to use /os map add and /os go as well as other overseer commands. To create a new level that isn't a realm world, you can type /newlvl create [map name] <width> <height> <length> <theme> <seed> (the ones in angled brackets are optional). If you're unhappy with the map size, you can change the size via /resizelvl [map name] [new width] [new height] [new length]. Keeping in mind, that decreasing a level size may remove blocks. Levels can be renamed via /renamelvl [map name] [new map name] and can be deleted via /deletelvl [map name]. Conclusion There you have it, you now know everything you need to about setting up your very own MCGalaxy server. Something not making sense? Still confused about something? I'm usually around the community and am quite happy to help. You can find me on Discord via @Venk#2020 or on ByteIRC via #PuissantRoyale.
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    Never share your password, especially not in the title of a public forum post.
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    Here are a list of other tutorials in the series: Chapter 1 - Introduction to building/building philosophy Chapter 2 - Familiarity with common commands/usages COMING SOON! Chapter 3 - Basic geometries and build styles COMING SOON! Chapter 4 - Detailing your builds COMING SOON! Chapter 5 - Creating and landscaping terrain COMING SOON! Chapter 1 - Introduction to building/building philosophy Having been a builder for around 11 years now, I think it's safe to say I've definitely learned some things and techniques through the years and these guides will hopefully help you improve on becoming a better builder. Before we start, I'm aware that many of you are eager to get to building - which is great! - and will likely skip this first chapter. I can safely say that this chapter is the most crucial and essential chapter in the series and skipping it will make the building process harder than it has to be. Planning your builds Many people like to rush into building without having an idea of what they're actually going to build. While this may work for some, for the rest of us, it makes building awkward and oftentimes we will lose inspiration quite quickly or head in a direction that we're not happy with. You should have a mental image of what you're wanting to build in your head. The more detail you provide, the better your build will be. Here are some examples taken from the Not Awesome 2 server. Keywords are highlighted in bold. "I'm going to build a cozy, Elven house with some trees surrounding it." Build created by Westbeam. Map: westbeam+2 on Not Awesome 2. "I'm going to build a European village with lots of buildings and next to some hills." Build created by okias (saiko). Map: okias+11 on Not Awesome 2. "I'm going to build a suburban neighbourhood with a city backdrop." Build created by StarlightGlimmer. Map: novacity on Not Awesome 2. Gathering inspiration Much like all great art pieces, artists need to gather inspiration from somewhere. Whether it be from your friends, builders you look up to or from the internet, inspiration can be found literally anywhere. A method I use quite often is going onto Google images and searching for "[whatever you're after] ArtStation". The reason I use ArtStation for inspiration is because it is home to some of the craziest artists I've ever seen and there is an endless supply of inspiration to be found there. After you've found some inspiration, it's important to know the three Rs of building: Remixing, Replicating and Ripping Off. Remixing Remixing occurs when you find a source of inspiration and you put your own spin on it to make it look unique. It's probably the most common of the three. It doesn't have to look exactly the same but you should be getting inspiration towards certain things from the source. For example in the images below, I wanted to make a medieval gate for my city so I decided to use a similar shape as the original image in my build. "Castle Gate" created by Jonathan Dufresne sourced from: ArtStation. Build created by Venk. Map: venk+1 on Not Awesome 2. Replicating To replicate something is to remake it almost the exact same as the source. I like to replicate things to learn new styles and from there, I can incorporate those styles into my future builds. "Statue Forest" created by Daniel Riise sourced from: ArtStation. Build created by Venk. Map: riise on Not Awesome 2. As you can see, I've started to replicate the image here by building it to look the same. Ripping Off Ripping Off is something you should not do, ever. Similarly to replicating, ripping off is making something exactly the same as something somebody else did, but claiming you made it entirely yourself without even acknowledging the original source. I've had a couple of instances of my maps being plagiarized over the years and it's definitely not a great feeling. Mapping out your builds Labelling Now that you've got an idea in your head and some inspiration, let's put it to work and start building it. When starting a build, you should always try and map out what is going to go where before actually starting to build. To do this, most servers have a command to write text. In MCGalaxy, it is /write, for others it may be /writetext or something else. Below is an image of one of my maps after labelling what I want to go where. Build created by Venk. Map: venk+ on Not Awesome 2. As you can see, I've labelled things like library and tavern so I know that a library and tavern will go here. Creating assets Assets are a nice and easy way to fill up your map quickly. While most people like to make all of their buildings unique and individualistic, using the same building once or twice isn't harmful at all. Away from your build - often in the sky -, you should make buildings or trees, essentially whatever assets you're planning on using later. This is so we can /copy them easily without getting the nasty excess blocks that we would get just copying from within the build itself. Build created by Venk. Map: venk2 on Puissant Royale. After you've created an asset bundle, you can start copying and pasting some of these builds into your main build. Build created by Venk. Map: venk2 on Puissant Royale. Colour coordination Colour coordination is a great way to identify things and assort them into groups. You should try and use blocks and colours that you aren't using in your build as it can be quite confusing when removing the labels. Below is an example of using colour coordination to plan directions for a road system. Build created by okias (saiko). Map: okias+15 on Not Awesome 2. Of course, this technique can be used in many different ways. For example, I use it to focus on areas that need to be worked on more than others. Build created by Venk. Map: ombshire_old on Puissant Royale. To-do lists To-do lists are probably the best method of monitoring your progress and knowing which areas need to be worked on. Surprisingly, not many people use this technique in their builds but you'll notice that the best builders use this technique quite often. Using that /write command we discussed earlier, we can make checkboxes which we can cross off after we've finished an area. Build created by okias (saiko). Map: ochre2 on Not Awesome 2. Maintaining focus and motivation Oftentimes when I build, I lose a lot of motivation on a project. In-fact, I'm notoriously known for having so many unfinished projects, it's scary. The reason for this is because I am constantly coming up with new ideas and want to build them all before I lose the flow, which I do recommend. If you're losing motivation on one of your builds, take a break from it and come back another time. If you keep going with no motivation/interest to keep going, chances are it will make the build seem like a chore and eventually, your build may start to go down-hill and you'll be unhappy with your project. Building is something you should do for fun, not as a chore.
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    Hello all, Have you ever wanted to help support ClassiCube in some way other than our Patreon and purchasing ClassiCube on Steam? Well, good news! ClassiCube is now available on Itch.io! ClassiCube by AndrewPH Pay what you want (including $0.00) to add ClassiCube to your itch.io library! This release marks the first time that the Steam sound assets are ever included with the game for free! Along with this release, I have updated the beta branch of ClassiCube on Steam to the latest version, to be pushed to the general public Soon(tm). Thank you for flying ClassiCube, Andrew
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    MCClassic Hosting 2.0 | Comprehensive Hosting Solution Welcome to MCClassic Hosting 2.0, a revival of the original MCClassic Hosting! How do I get a server? Sign up to our Discord below and fill out the form in #our-services (after you’ve been verified!). We have a background checking system and can refuse server requests at our will. There are no forums and the only official form of communication for MCClassic Hosting issues is our Discord or email. Discord link https://discord.io/MCCH Services we offer MCGalaxy Server fCraft Server Discord-IRC Relay More soon... Why choose us 99% uptime Free! 5GB of Storage (larger servers can request more) 5TB Transfer Speed Hosted in New York Current portfolio Puissant Royale [Custom Minigames] [Panda] Anarchy. /BanAll New Blood IRC Bot Server Owner Terms of Service Dropbox Link (Server Owner Terms of Service) Don’t have Discord? Contact our support email: [email protected] Thanks, Toby and Panda This service was approved by 123DMWM.
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    February 8th & 9th, 2021 Today is February 11th
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    Hey all, Some of you may have noticed that I've changed the avatars on the forum from a front-facing preview of your skin into a 3d isometric view of your skin's head. I rewrote the face renderer to look more visually appealing. Let me know if it's incorrectly rendering your skin (and give an example of how it should be rendered) Enjoy! For developers: You can get these images easily by going to https://www.classicube.net/face/USERNAME/ (replace USERNAME with a username) This path will always return an image, so you can use it even when you're not sure if the user exists or has a skin, without needing any error handling.
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    I think deleting someone's build is never an appropriate punishment for breaking rules but he absolutely had it coming especially after being explicitly warned it would happen. It sounds like you gave him way too much lenience and let it get out of hand and get to you too personally which resulted in poor staff decisions.
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    Quit spreading drama kids, it'll get you banned. This is a site for discussion, not for "I'm gonna report yuo to the classicube police!!"
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    You should go into your email, verify your account (by opening the email from classicube.net and clicking the "Verify" button) then click on the "Play" button on the website. Also, NEVER share your password online.
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    You were banned because you said you were quitting and never coming back. You were also having a completely inappropriate hissy fit and pretending you were suicidal, again, despite how many times you’ve been warned not to do this in the past. Let this ban be a lesson to say what you mean and mean what you say.
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    Have you ever wanted to make your own wacky skin, but aren't a skilled pixel artist? Have you ever wanted to combine the helmet layer of one skin with the rest of another skin? Have you ever just wanted to randomly combine a bunch of skin layers together to make your own abomination entirely? Well, yearn no more. With ClassiCube SkinSwatch you can easily create a new skin out of dozens of premade skins. Once you're done customizing your skin, hit the ClassiCube logo in the top right of the editor to set your ClassiCube skin, or hit the floppy disk icon to save the skin locally. You can still upload skins to the website the old-fashioned way, by navigating to the account panel and uploading a skin file. If you want me to add more base skins to the editor, or are having problems using the editor, post a comment on this thread. Enjoy!
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    It was fun while it lasted. yayayya gaming time has ended
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    Hello CC, I bring a new experimental server for you to play with! Welcome to [Panda] Anarchy. /BanAll, As you may have guessed, the main concept of this server is in the name. All players are ranked guest, there are no server rules besides "Trust Noone" (of course staying within ClassicCube guidelines), and all players have access to the custom command /BanAll. Now, what does /BanAll do? When a user issues this command, all online players will be temporarily kicked and banned for 1 day. Here's the catch though, even the user issuing the command will be banned for a day if they so choose to use it. Welcome to the game of trusting your fellow playerbase to allow you to build on this new Anarchy server 😄 NOTE: THERE WILL BE NO BAN APPEALS, FORUMS, OR DISCORD. IF YOU GET BANNED FOR A DAY, WAIT OUT YOUR BAN. IF YOUR BAN IS PERMANENT, DO NOT REQUEST ANYWHERE ON CC FORUMS FOR AN UNBAN, I WON'T LOOK AND I WON'T CARE. PERMANENT BANS ARE RESERVED FOR BREAKING CC GUIDELINES AND PERSONAL CHOICE. As always, LET THE GAMES BEGIN!
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    An addendum on references and their efficacy in a few images: Why you should be using references: Think of building as speaking a language. If you only conversed with yourself you would not learn much, if anything at all. If you engage with other sources and incorporate their vocabulary (in this case, a visual vocabulary) you will have an overall more vibrant and effective means of expressing yourself. This doesn't stop at 1 for 1 replication though, as concepts can be applied in varying contexts beyond what is just in the image you are referencing -- this is the basis of creativity. Applying your vocabulary in different contexts to see what works, often to create something new and original, is an exercise in practicing that creativity. The power of references is ultimately in the fact that they allow you to go beyond your own perspective. If you want to know what a classical Greek temple looks like, it's much more reliable to search for it than to try to recall from your own memory the idea of a Greek temple.
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    So you gained 69 brain cells? This is filled with irony
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    living with the suffering in my head
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    This is a one word post, you should have read the rules One-word posts WILL get you banned
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    help when i type these in singleplayer they don't do work
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    @aleksb385 has the right answer, but I'd like to pose the question: if you "got rid" of all of your other ClassiCube accounts, why were 5 of your alts used today alone?
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    Stop being a dumbass and giving people console access and then maybe you won't get your shit rocked, kid.
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    protip: if classicube is down you won't be able to access it at all.
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    Servers need a computer to run on. Unless you can trick somebody into running a server for you, which they won't get any benefit for since you're too young to send them money, you will need to download the software and run it yourself. I strongly recommend getting your own computer instead of trying to do it on a school-issued chromebook that you are supposed to be learning on.
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    Can't wait for you to impersonate your mom on irc again.
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    Why did you use an awful fake text convo generator
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    i don't see why we need a crouch fetcher, you should be perfectly capable of fetching the crouch yourself.
  42. 7 points
    Quite frankly, i think it's simple. According to COPPA1 , this website's forums (f.classicube.net) are required to prohibit under-13 users from joining and chatting as it is currently illegal in the USA to collect online data from anyone under 13, thusly making it a crime for someone to join when under-aged. You're clearly under-aged, as shown by your way of speaking, how you misspelled have as "half" on several occasions, and with how.. volatile your mannerisms are towards this specific rule, as odd as it may seem for someone who i assume has said before that they're 13. Enjoy your ban. 1 https://www.ftc.gov/enforcement/rules/rulemaking-regulatory-reform-proceedings/childrens-online-privacy-protection-rule
  43. 7 points
    nobody's holding you at gunpoint to play on the server
  44. 7 points
    swoozy cancelled LOL everyone lets hate on swoozy
  45. 7 points
    Shut up, thx. Our forums are not for server drama. Please bring server discussion to your own forums or private messaging.
  46. 7 points
    Nice racism, also take your drama elsewhere
  47. 7 points
  48. 7 points
    A port of ClassiCube for Android is now available - with some limitations however: It's only available as an .apk download (Not available in the Google Play Store) The .apk was compiled in debug mode, so it will be slower than normal It's early alpha. It will very likely crash, freeze, perform poorly, etc. Please report these to me so I can work on fixing them. (Also note that the in-game UI of the Android version is almost exactly the same as the UI when you use the web client on android)
  49. 7 points
    ok then? whats the point in replying?
  50. 7 points
    Do you even know how to write a forum post? You organized your answers very well What is the whole point of the post, then? Just to tell everyone you don't view someone's content because of your religion? Hmm.. So you just want to tell the whole world something like this: "heY GuyS I Don'T lIkE THIs Guy'S coNTenT sO yEAh" thanks for letting all of us know something we really need and for the useful and informative post Then just don't view his content instead of starting a whole topic/thread
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