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    Ok, any advice awesome!

    Ds would like to set up ( or join ) a group server with 'nice kids' to play and work on Minecraft.

    How on earth do i go about this ???

    TIA!

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    I have no idea, but if you find out how, I am sure my daughter would be interested in joining!
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    I was just discussing this with someone today, but, um, we didn't know.
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    LOL, a lot of help y'all are!

    OK, subscribe to the thread, someone here will know. I hope.

    I watched the 'Set Up a Server For Dummies' and I was too dumb even for that!

    Fwiw, he wants to set up a private server for Creative ???!!!

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    Oh, OK. I just found intercraften.org, which is a family friendly server. Any one have any experience of their kids playing on this server ?

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    Good luck.

    We just got rid of that game. It totally consumed ds. Even without "servers". He would play, watch videos about playing, talk about playing, not eat when playing. I became alarmed. No more Minecraft and he only gets 1 hour per day of screen time (movies/nintendo). Period.

    I admire those whose kids can play Minecraft and no big deal. I wish mine could. Nope, I am not to be lucky. That game consumed him.

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    It consumes ds, but at least it is creative. And I have unschooler leanings

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    Hey, yeah! As long as an addiction is creative.

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    Hey, it was better than the Mario immersion that preceded it!

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    I'll try to get info from Orion in the morning . .he rented a server, like maybe $15/year . . . it was great for him to have to learn to deal with the add-ons and write a white list and all.

    he did recommend looking in the user forums for family-friendly servers, you might check there also for where to rent servers from. When you rent it most of the work is done, but if you want any add-ons, you have to manage that
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