Punchwood SMP 1.18 – Survival Minecraft Server

Our IP: play.punchwood.net

Our Discord: https://discord.gg/d3NU2PPSvw

Punchwood Survival has been running since November 15, 2020 and has built up a small community of players since. We strive to bring our players the best possible survival experience without pushing flashy and confusing plugins into their faces. Our server runs on version 1.18, and uses all of the game’s newest features. We are working on expanding our reach within our community, including new staff members, and new updates to the server. Right now, we are pushing to provide a safe and lag free place for Minecraft players of all play styles, demographics, and skill levels to come together and do some great things! Our staff team is always there to help, and we constantly look for new people to take on the role as well. All features, plugins, and changes are voted on by our Discord community, so all members are in the loop about what is added when and why!

Some general info on our server:

  • 24/7 uptime, only reloads once a day at 2:00 AM PST to combat possible lag
  • Super friendly and close community! Everyone knows each other!
  • Free to earn ranks are available to earn!
  • Community projects and events
  • Single Player Sleep
  • Player run shopping center
  • Player set warps

What is a Minecraft Server?

A Minecraft server is a player-owned or business-owned multiplayer game server for the 2011 Mojang video game Minecraft. Players can start their own server either by setting one up on a computer using software provided by Mojang, or by using a hosting provider so they can have their server run 24/7. Minecraft servers allow players to play online or via a local area network with other people. Internally, the game runs a server for single-player games, this was done in order to make the single player game experience consistent with the multiplayer experience and make it so that changes made to the game such as bug fixes apply to both single player games and multiplayer games.

Minecraft multiplayer servers are guided by server operators, who have access to server commands such as setting the time of day and teleporting players. Operators can also set up plugins to change the mechanics of the server or add commands, among other features, and set up restrictions.