Welcome to the Desert of Exile, the latest release in this epic saga of hardcore Minecraft survival. What matters to you here, is staying alive. You are about to experience an unforgiving wasteland where numerous others struggle to survive on a moment by moment basis. Mobs will do everything they can to brutally destroy you. The terrain itself is is hostile in nature and key resources are scarce. Players will ambush you, mobs will murder you, and thieves will rob you. However, this is a land of exile. There are no rules. There are no governing powers. The only thing shaping your destiny is you and your blood soaked sword. Go solo or work with others to build a team of champions to survive and battle your way through the elements of this land.
This is a deathban hardcore PvP server. The server is designed to make survival something that is actually a challenge for once and a task that few shall prevail.
**The rules are simple:**
No Mods or exploits allowed except a minimap
(Mods such as lighting mods, xray, zombes fly mod, and mods that provide any kind of entity radar is forbidden)
- No combat logging
That's it. Your destiny is in your hands.
- Hardcore PvP and PvE experience (kill or be killed)
- Deathbans (you are banned for 1 hour when you die)
- A true survival experience (starting zone is an unforgiving desert wasteland)
- Custom mobs and altered mob AI to enhance the survival experience
- Game difficulty increases the deeper you venture into the world
- Scarce resources and drop rates that increase with better tools
Love this server so much.. It finally gives me that challenge I've always really wanted. I will admit there was some lag on the day this thread was posted but the admins resolved it within the next day and its been great ever since. Anyone reading this who is looking for something a little different and definitely more challenging should for sure check this out!
Yeah... The server sorta died a while ago. Most of the player base was only there for the first 2 weeks (myself included) for the nostalgia factor. I can definitely see something like this taking off, but it requires a level of effort that the admins just couldn't put in (not for lack of trying, I mean no offense).
If this was done by some larger names, with a proper team working on it, it would be even more amazing than it was now.