Reasons for continuous running of minecraft servers business

Minecraft servers are the servers for the online playing of games. A person can play games of their interest, either solo or with their partners or friends in multiplayer. These servers provide power to the host of a company to control, which player to play the game and restricted to play the game. The parents of the kids can have a check over the games played by them and restrict some games to be played.

If a person wants to run the server for a long time or make the minecraft gaming server as the permanent occupation, then they should hire a server host. The host should be trustworthy and render fast services to the user. A user will not have interest in the website which is availing slow online services to the user. For the continuous running of the business, it is vital to have a host who can deliver fast services and trusted to deliver.

Qualities of a host to keep the business running 

To keep the business running for a long time, a person should hire a host who can trust to deliver and provides fast services to the users. As there is no patience in the user, so they do not like an online business which provide slow services to the user.

1. Honest host – A faithful and honest host is who assures the users that the site will be open and available for the user anytime. It is in the hands of the host to maintain a good or bad relationship with the loyal customers of the business. The host server of the minecraft servers should have a backup plan when the business is going from the downtime and can remain a good relationship with the loyal customers of online business.

2. The pace of services provided – With the quality of reliability, the pace of loading of site matters. The speed of the services should be fast. The slower rate of the services will ruin the relation of the online business with loyal customers.

3. Quality of the hardware –Thequality of services rendered by the online business depends on the quality of hardware and technology used in the server. The superior quality hardware will ensure fast services and smooth functioning of the business resulting in the long life of the online business.

4. The flexibility of disk space – The host of the server should ensure that the disk space of the minecraft servers is flexible. As the demand increases with time, the software can introduce more online games. A good host will result in the growth of business and flexibility in disk space.

5. Prices – There is the fact that the more you pay for a plan, the more benefits you derive from it. A good host charges a reasonable price to the user, which can be affordable by all. The user should be careful with the sites which offer lower charge in the beginning and later for new feature charge additional prices.

Invisibility potion?

One of my friends has only started playing about a month ago and we have started a Minecraft world together. He is picking it up very fast but I have a very evil plan. He will not know about my disc 11. We have a mining hub room where he goes afk a lot of the time looking at stuff on his phone but he’s still there just not paying attention.

So my plan is to do a skeleton-creeper disc farm until I have disc 11. Hide a music box in the ceiling somewhere. Then when he’s clearly there but AFK I will say I’ve got to go for 10 mins. Mute my mic but not actually go anywhere. Wait about 2 mins. Drink an invisibility potion. Start playing disc 11 and block off the entrance with obsidian. Go around knocking out all the torches one by one. He scares easily and he WILL BE FREAKING OUT AT THIS. Then just as it reaches the end and it sounds like a monster comes out, I will hit him once with my sword as to not kill him but just give even more of a scare.

It is quite an evil plan as like I said he scares easily. Any time he is mining and finds lava he screams. Any time a creeper surprises him he also screams.

But it will be hilarious. If my id is still visible above my head then sadly I won’t be able to do most of it, all I can do is pretend I’m not there and just play disc 11 which will still freak him out having never heard it before. He will definitely think it’s some scary monster he’s never experienced before coming for him in Minecraft.

Villager problem

So I was like an idiot, I build my house near a village and I didn’t take the time to defend it. So I got mining and few day and when I came back there is two villager left, the rest were probably killed by zombies. Nothing we can do I moved on…

Then I build a wall around the village and light it up, is there is any chance my village will be populated again in a near future? How do I force my villager to make baby? I thrown a bunch of bread at them but it didn’t work, do I have to feed them bread or something?

Minecraft Servers Internal Error

So I’m usually playing Minecraft online on servers. Today I’m trying to log into a server to play with friends, but it keeps booting me about a minute after logging in with some strange error.

I was always able to log onto the server fine before because I started gathering supplies and started to build my new base away from the community base that’s been set up. I’m trying to log back in now, and I’m unable to do so because of the annoying Java error.

I was hopping to fix this by updating Java so I went and updated to the latest version of Java tonight, and I still got the same error. I tried restarting my router a few times and that also did not solve my issue. Firewall doesn’t appear to be the issue either as I’ve checked that too, even tried disabling.

However, if I use my phone as a hotspot it works just fine, but I’m really not trying to use my data to play a game on my PC. Another player on the server said that after the server got restarted, he was able to play fine, so it looks like an server issue.

Sadly the server owner is on vacation right now though, so I’m looking to see if there’s another alternative to resolving this issue rather than him just having to restart the server, think changing my IP would fix the issue? How would I go about that? I have static IP.

Also I’m trying to play on public servers on the latest version of Minecraft, Java edition, and I have no mods installed, so totally clean, using Windows 10.

Will Java Minecraft discontinue?

I didn’t know where to ask this so I asked it here, It sees that bedrock edition is a newer sleeker version that everyone goes to when they first get the game and ps4 seems like it will merge as well, is the same going to happen to the original version of the game?

The version that may have fewer players but still manages to have a bigger community? The diverse version that can be modded, have resource packs and maps made and uploaded to the internet so that anyone can enjoy them free of charge?

Hell no, lots of changes to launchers and updates. It ain’t gonna happen. In my opinion, java edition is so much better for the reasons of easy modding, shaders, map downloads, free skins, and little to no micro-transactions. Not only that, Java feels so much more responsive than Bedrock edition. There are too many players on java, there’s no way they’d discontinue it unless it starts making less money than it’s worth.

Pillager spawn theory (Minecraft)

Over the last few days, I’ve complained on several threads about how Pillager patrols are appearing at stupidly high rates near (and often IN) our walled-off village. Sometimes literally within ten blocks in front of me (and even on my roof of stairs and bottom-half slabs, so the grass/dirt requirement is BS).

I’ve also read that patrols are supposed to spawn ~200 blocks from the village (and spiral in towards it). This entire time I’ve been contesting that claim because – as previously stated – they’ll appear directly in town and right by me. What I didn’t think about until today, is that there’s another village on the other side of the mountain from ours. If I had to guess, I would put it at roughly 200 blocks from us. Now I’m wondering if the patrols that have been plaguing our village are actually spawning for the other village and just getting distracted by ours because it’s closer to them when they spawn in.

So a few questions…

  1. If I were to burn gently relocate the villagers in the other village and destroy their beds, would that stop the pillager patrols from spawning for that village? (Assuming they are indeed intended for that village and not ours)
  2. Is the 200 block distance thing true for others? And if so, is it from the center of the village, or from the border?
  3. If from the border of the village, could I expand the villager to merge the two, and stop the patrol spawns inside the village that way?
  4. Can multiple villages even merge to become one?

TL;DR – I suspect frequent pillager patrol spawns to be intended for a nearby village and I need assistance ending this perpetual annoyance.