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[Outdated] Minecraft How To - Hardcore Minecraft Server - 1.7.2

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Published on Nov 13, 2013

In this tutorial I show you how to create your own Hardcore Minecraft Survival server with no health regeneration and also how to have Death Counters/Heath Bars. I also explain what everything does in the server.properties file so you can get an understanding on what each option does.

If you would like your friends to be able to connect to your server you have 2 options. The easy one and The best one.

1. The best option would be to Port Forward opening the port 25565 in your router. Now I cannot guide you through this as the method would be different for you than it is for me. You would have a different interface to control your router with. Simply Google: "How to port forward [Router Name/Model]" and there should be plenty of tutorials for you to follow. This is the best option and would give your friends the lowest ping possible to your server

2. This is the easiest but not the best option. You would use this if you do not have access to your router. Hamachi enables people to join a network you create using their program and gives you an IP that people can use to connect to your computer with. Your friends would need to have Hamachi installed on their computer. Simply copy your Hamachi IP and put ":25565" on the end. For example, 5.11.11.11:25565.

Commands Used -

Give you access to all commands
/op [Name]

Disable Health Regen:
/gamerule naturalRegeneration false

Death Scoreboard:
/scoreboard objectives add Deaths deathcount
/scoreboard objectives setDisplay list Deaths
/scoreboard objectives setDisplay sidebar Deaths

Heath Bar:
/scoreboard objectives add Health health
/scoreboard objectives setDisplay belowname Health

Level Types:

DEFAULT - Standard world with hills, valleys, water, etc.
FLAT - A flat world with no features, meant for building.
LARGEBIOMES - Same as default but all biomes are larger.
AMPLIFIED - Same as default but world-generation height limit is increased.

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