Minecraft Show Fans Break Into Server, Build Awesome Monuments

Like C-3P0 before them, the Game Front Video Team has attracted worshipers in their idyllic little world.

It seems a few loyal fans of the Minecraft Show discovered the team’s accidentally leaked server IP and slipped into their little corner of Minecraft. And then they got busy. Above you can see The Heantain, a monument built to Minecraft’s God of Misfortune, James Heaney. Here a sacrifice is made each day, in which a player falls to his death in lava, losing an entire inventory filled with diamond items

Seen below are the statues constructed in honor of Mitch and Zac. Mitchington is a site of an endless tower built toward the heavens, while Zacatoa sees the faithful forever cultivating crops, so as to avoid the wrath of console-command creeper spawns.

Of course, I’m making all that up. But certainly it appears as though worship is going on.

To say that the Minecraft Show crew was stunned would be an understatement. To say that they’re not going to use their incredible influence for immoral personal gain would be foolish, as well as wrong.

Thanks, Minecraft Show community. James will keep throwing himself to his death accidentally for your amusement. You’ve certainly earned it.

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3 Comments on Minecraft Show Fans Break Into Server, Build Awesome Monuments


On April 2, 2012 at 3:57 pm

Gentlemen, why were you not using a whitelist?


On July 23, 2012 at 10:41 am

Can i have the ip i was promised it …


On October 30, 2012 at 3:18 pm

what is your server adress?