Welcome to the Creeper's Lab! We have multiple Minecraft servers and an active community, mostly focused on playing Survival mode. We also have special games, events and contests! If you're not already playing with us, please don't hesitate to join. Newcomers welcome!
You don't need to register to quickly join and look around our main survival server, but you will need to in order to play. Register today!
From the Pumpkin Master:
Aaaand it's the pumpkin time of year again. Pumpkin spice, pumpkin butter, pumpkins suckingyoursouloutthroughyourface. Pumpkins!
So what better way to celebrate Halloween than to make a bunch of potions!
That has nothing to do with pumpkins, you say?
Anyway, this year, we're testing your ability to gather and brew those weird glass bottles people sometimes bring to PVP matches. The rarer the potion, the more points it gets you. The 3 players with the most points come October 31st, 11pm Eastern Time, wins! And it begins NOW!
Collections are being done in -fittingly - the Halloween Town potion shop, which is pictured below:
Just slap a sign on one of the boxes, and start filling! Careful what you put in, you'll need staff help to get them back out. If you fill up your box, just slap another sign down on an empty one!
All potions used for the contest will be treated as donations to the Halloween Town potion shop!
You can reach it via nether from Central by taking the Southern Mainline, Eden Bay station, Lemuria hub. The Halloween Town tunnel can be found on the upper floor of the hub, up there with Thoth the squid.
All 3 top-scoring players will obtain the norm merit points as fitting an event, as well as a surprise specially crafted tool that's not available via normal play!
A list of all potions craftable and their values to the contest below*:
*Time variants, splash potions, and lingering potions for the below types are accepted, but do not change score.
-Potion - Score-
Healing - 10
Resistance - 10
Strength - 10
Weakness - 10
Poison - 10
Harming - 10
Fire Resist - 15
Regeneration - 15
Swiftness - 15
Slowness - 15
Night Vision - 20
Water Breathing - 20
Invisibility - 20
Luck - 30
Dragon's Breath - 40
Leaping - 50
1st Place: Surprise item! - 30 Merit Points
2nd Place: Surprise item! - 20 Merit Points
3rd Place: Surprise item! - 10 Merit Points
Salutations Netizens of Creeper's Lab,
I know this is rather short notice, but it seems that Events Night has been a bit blah lately, so this Saturday at 9EST, we'll be doing some things in one of the oldest towns.
Players can take a transporter to Townshend and mingle around, check out the town, then hit up the Boardwalk area. This is where a lot of original games reside and we'll be playing around the area. Just getting the community together for a few rounds of Spleef, Connect 4, Battleship, Fishing tournaments... These are a few attractions found down the boardwalk.
A full list of attractions can always be found Here.
Also feel free to drop by the discord audio channel to get in on a conversation, possibly a few laughs, and just talk. This night is just to help get back together as a community and remind us all why we love being part of the Creeper's Lab. If you read this, pass it on to fellow members, or friends that haven't dropped by, it'd be a great start to new friendships.
I hope to see you there.
I wasn't able to post the August UHC results right at the end of the event as I was leaving on vacation, but that's now over. August's UHC event was a mix between the standard formula of surviving and reaching specific targets blended in with the Race Away model, featuring a world with endless lava oceans. Several players took on the challenge, with three players ending up in the lead for the most distance covered:
axe_y: 25,223 blocks
Everyone's Merit Points for both August and September have now been attributed. Congrats to all participants!
Speaking of UHC, a new month means a new challenge! A renewed world is now awaiting challengers from the lobby. This one will have you keep your cool as you dive in looking for success. As a reminder, on most months, you can earn 5 Merit Points for reaching each of the following targets when possible:
- Crafting a bookshelf
- Crafting an enchantment table
- Access the Nether
- Pick up a blaze rod
The Lemuria building contest is entering its last month - you now have less than 30 days left to create as many entries as you want on the three themes: city, forest and Nether. This is your chance to earn actual money, gifts AND Merit Points, so finish your ongoing projects... or get started if you haven't already! For the full details, please see the original news post.
A special Halloween event will be available later this month. More information will be made available when the time comes!
Mojang published earlier today 1.12.2 to include a bug fix and a new title screen logo. I've already updated all servers to this new version, so you should switch to it as 1.12 and 1.12.1 will not be able to connect beyond the lobby.
Sora and I would like to take a moment to remind everyone that the Lemuria building contest has reached its midpoint! You didn't get started yet? That's not a problem since there are still two months to go!
As a summary, there are three areas opened for building right now:
Halfway: forest theme - a tree has to be involved
West Halfway: Nether theme - lava and/or fire must be included
Minetropolis: city theme - tall entries are expected
Multiple entries are not only allowed, but encouraged in each location; so don't hesitate to make more than one build, even if you don't think a given idea is a winner! You have until Halloween, on the 31st of October, to get everything done. Multiple prizes are involved, including cash rewards and Merit Points.
As a reminder, here is the full set of rules and details for this contest.
Best of luck to everyone!
Pop into a world of wonder! I have created a Feed The Beast server for anyone who would like to add a little spice to Minecraft. It uses a modpack roughly based off Direwolf20 1.10.2. You can use the Twitch desktop app for easy launching and load the modpack
profile to be able to join. And update to throw in your mod folder if you've played before. https://nofile.io/f/zNVOeCEquj9/New.zip If anyone needs help getting their client setup just give me a shout and I can lend a hand. Server Address: Altera.zonexus.net
All servers have been successfully updated to to Minecraft 1.12.1! You'll need to follow suit in order to go anywhere beyond the lobby.
Mojang is expected to release Minecraft 1.12.1 tomorrow to fix some issues. This new version is not compatible with our current 1.12, so don't update right away to continue playing with us!
This month's UHC map is a bit different than the previous ones: I've decided to incorporate the Race Away component from last June's competition for a mixed challenge of hardcore survival and running!
As in the last race, the Nether has been completely disabled. As a result, only two of the normal UHC targets are reachable, each worth 5 Merit Points:
- Crafting a bookshelf
- Crafting an enchantment table
The additional goal this time around will be to make the most distance as possible from the starting point alongside the X axis. The top three players who reach the highest X value will earn an additional 10 points each. Any deaths will send you back to the beginning AND kick you out of Kenorland for 7 days, so I suggest you thread very carefully. This world will show you no mercy! Whatever highest X value you reach during the month will be used, even if you die and fall behind.
A strict world border has been put in place to keep you between -200 and 200 on the Z axis. Trying to cross that threshold will bounce you back a few blocks, potentially landing you in a precarious position. I suggest you keep that in mind.
Oh, and by the way. The floor is lava.
Salutations Netizens of Miranda and Creeper's Lab,
Miranda's first contest has come to a close, and sadly it was a mediocre turnout, however all participants will be recognized if able. There was a grand total of four builds, only one of which qualified in the 3 prize categories. I am thankful to all those who participated.
First a look at the winner!
A simple, yet 1:1 scale Concorde jet! It looks a bit plain, but that's how the actual plane looks. A fancy 20 of these were made, making them a not too common plane.
Present Aircraft Category:
While a solid and detailed build, it was two combat aircraft instead of one (combat was team + over runway). It was also not properly labeled, had to find a sign on the runway, without a name. Flight-lights were the rule for airborne craft. Shame.
Futuristic Aircraft Category:
This is a very interesting build, and amazing use of materials. Looks like an alien force is about to invade. However, I have absolutely no idea who built it! No identification was found, not even a sign to check registration, same airborne identification applies. Only build in the category, would have been the winner. Shame.
They've Taken My Cows!
The only entry, again unlabeled. The only indication was being able to identify a registered sign on the plane (GingeKoda) and I can only think of one person to be a partner here, Coneva. This is a very neat take on the team battle build rule, I love the use of material and details. Well done both of you.
No entries sadly.
Congrats to our winner, and thank you to the other builders. Hopefully future contests will have a better outcome. For now, keep to the skies.