Learning the Secret Language of Minecraft Servers
Playing Minecraft is one of the most popular MMOG (massive multiplayer online game) titles around these days. If you are a fan of the game you know what I’m talking about, and how awesomely wonderful the virtual world can become. Like most good games online these days there is a multiplayer mode in addition to the main game itself. A lot of families are allowing their kids to play online in these gaming communities where a deeper appreciation for the fun is being cultivated. Keeping these online servers safe for kids to play on is the whole point of these set ups. The following are some of the most well-known phrases and terms that Minecraft servers use every day.
3 Easy to Remember Phrases/Terms
The following phrases and words are associated closely with the game of Minecraft. These are all sayings that you will want to know when entering the world of online Minecraft playing. Starting with some basic terms we have:
· Servers and Worlds: Any given Minecraft server has multiple worlds to jump between. There might be a survival world, creative world, and another for mini games. The central jump point will allow you to warp between worlds by teleporting.
· PvP vs PvE: Player vs Player is what PvP stands for and PvE stands for player vs environment. This is usually the way most family friendly that the servers are setup
· Spawn: Your player will start at a certain point in the game. When you are killed you will then “spawn” back at your usual spot likely a city or lobby of some sort.
· Griefing: This is an illegal practice on Minecraft servers as it involves destroying the stuff and pillaging other players’ treasures.
With a little extra reading you will be able to play Minecraft with totally assurance that you are up to date with the terminology, and know how to stay in the family friendly zone.