We are a friendly and very helpful community. We’ve even built a town which anyone can join if you need an easier start in this rough world. PvP is turned off (though we might get a seperate world for that later) except for in PvP arenas.
Everything you build can also be claimed so nobody else can grief it and you can level up pretty much every skill you can think of over time.
There’s so much more in this world you can discover but I don’t want to bother you with too many details, just try it out yourself and get into it. We even have a wiki which explains everything the server has to offer in even greater detail!
If you’re too curious and want to know some more stuff we offer:
– Creative world
– Minigames (Parkour, TnT Olympics)
– Admin & Player shops
– Elite Mobs to get better equipment than what you could possibly get in vanilla!
– DeathChests to keep your inventory safe!
– Integrated Circuits for the redstone people out there
– You can edit armor stands to your liking and make them look cool!
– Chat that’s synced with Discord
– Premium permissions and features can be bought with in game currency in the admin shop as well!
We also offer an online map: https://map.meta-union.com
Minecraft is a very hard game as it is and some servers make it even harder so keep practicing, learn, and never give up, you may have something to look forward to. You’ll have to try it out for yourself to find out how it plays out, I suggest you join Minewind least once a week and give it a shot yourself, you will love it.
Just the other day I was playing Minewind with popular girls from school, it was like the happiest I’ve ever been. But it was a little scary at the very beginning because I had no idea what’s going on or what the game would bring and I don’t really know what to expect. Also, they were playing without any hacks. They were like, “Oh man, I’m in no need for a hack”.
As a Minecraft addict, I was very pleased to find that I have a number of friends who play the game as well for fun! But it got me thinking: Is it possible to become an expert in Minecraft?
The answer is yes. You can achieve this on your own if you have the time:
I have started my Minecraft journey by finding many of the beginner’s guides and tutorials, I have also read many expert books to see what advice is out there, and I watched Minecraft videos to learn the basics. It has already taken me 10 years to become an experienced Minecraft player (I am a long time player in the last 8 years but am no longer obsessed with gaming).
One of my favorite memories I’ve had was the morning I had to go into the workshop to pick up the first block of gold because there was so little and there was so much to play with that I didn’t know where to start. The first thing I had to do was mine a slab of dirt. So, I dug out more of the dirt, and started to build some new things. After a while, I finally hit the ground, and realized I wasn’t able to build a structure. It took me two attempts to get past this stage.