Mistrealm Minecraft Server


2023-03-20 Server is running on 1.19.4!
The first non-experimental version of Paper has been released

2023-03-19 Server is running on 1.19.4!

It took two changes to stabilize the server.

The first change was moving to an experimental version of Paper 1.19.4.

The second change was optimizing the worlds. Optimization updates the chunk versions, which means that the server does not need to do terrain updates during runtime.

A few mods are still not running, but the server seems stable.

I am expecting more updates to come, both for the plugins, and for the server software.

2023-03-17 Server is up running Spigot 1.19.4, but is laggy. When the Paper version comes out, I expect this will improve.

Note, current version of the server is unstable. I will keep an eye out for updates.

Update: The server is not stable enough to play, hoping the next updates will fix that.

2023-01-28 The server was down from 3/9/2022 when it was running 1.18.2. There was not a lot of server activity, and tgere were a lot of version changes coming up, so it was a good time to shelve it.

The time has come to bring it back. As of 1/28/2023, we are starting with version 1.19.3

Q: What plugins are running on the server?
A:[2021-06-12 8:00 INFO]: Plugins (21):
Dynmap Grief Prevention,
Mistmine aka HelloBukkit,

Useful Links

Admincraft page at Reddit
Altitude features and effects by height
Data Values
Download link
Dynamp Commands
Minecraft forums
Minecraft page at Reddit
More links
Tired of living like a mole?
Ores from Layer 0-16 in 1.3.2
Potion brewing guide
Spigot Plugin Development

Minecraft server administrator can be reached at mcadmin@mistrealm.com
Q: How old is the server?
A: Parts of the server are merged in from even older maps, but here is the first server log entry I could find:

"2011-02-27 15:39:43 [INFO] Starting minecraft server version Beta 1.3"

This screen shot is from a few months later, 4-28-2011
Q: What version of Minecraft is running on the server?
A: Minecraft 1.19.4
Q: What version do I need to connect?
A: In theory, lower versions should be able to connect. I am not sure why you would want to do that, but it should work.
Q: Do you post announcements or updates, and if so, where?
A: Rarely, but either here, Discord, Facebook, or Steam. Announcements can sometimes be seen on the server itself.
Q: Are your world maps online?
A: We are using Dynmap to generate world maps.
Q: How much disk space does your server take?
A: The Minecraft installation takes up 231GB, but that includes several archives and the dynmap images files
Q: I am actually looking for the official Minecraft website?
A: Official Links
Minecraft.net home site
Mojang for news and updates

Q: What server software are you using?
The first three answers are front edge software, typically you would only run one. The answers highlighted in green are the ones currently in use.
A1: Waterfall-1.19-527 Waterfall-1.20-536 Waterfall is a front end that manages multiple back end versions and instances of Minecraft.
A2: BungeeCord 1708 1.19. BungeeCord 1709 1.20. BungeeCord is the Spigot flavor of a front end instance manager. You only need one front end manager, BungeeCord, Velocity, or Waterfall, and only if you are managing multiple server instances.
A3: Velocity 3.2.0-258 is a high-performance Minecraft proxy. In theory this front end can handle 500+ players at once, but in practice, this is a small server, and I expect it would lag.
The next two answers back end world servers, one, the other, or both can be operating at the same time. We can also operate more than one version at a time, although there are usually not a lot of reasons to do that.
A4: We are using Paper and Paper aka Paperclip to run the servers. Paper is a stable, high performance branch of Spigot.
A5: Spigot 1.19.4 Spigot 1.20.0 Spigot updates first, and will often have the most recent fixes and features. (spigot, bukkit changelogs)
Spigot is built with:
A6: BuildTools 156 link.
Buildtools is software that allows you to build current versions of Spigot. How to use Buildtools

Active Plugins

Chunky 1.3.52 Pre-generates chunks, quickly, efficiently, and safely. As alternative to WorldBorder fill and similar features in other plugins

CoreProtect 21.3 is a fast, efficient, data logging and anti-griefing tool. Rollback and restore any amount of damage. Designed with large servers in mind, CoreProtect will record and manage data without impacting your server performance.

I've tried this before, and the main issue that I had is the database tends to grow out of control. We will see what happens this time.

This command will purge data that is older than 24 hours, if I run that now and then, it may help:

co purge t:24h optimize
DiscordSRV 1.26.2 is a powerful, configurable, open-source Discord to Minecraft bridging plugin available.

Plugin Website

DynMap v3.5 release Dynamic 'Google Maps' style web maps for your Spigot/Bukkit server

It is nice to be able to see what the world looks like, see where people have built things at, or find the perfect place where people have not yet built, so you can find the perfect location for your dream base.

Reddit forum link here: https://www.reddit.com/r/Dynmap/

Mistmine map can be found here

Direct download links: https://dynmap.us/builds/dynmap or https://dev.bukkit.org/projects/dynmap

Gitub link: https://github.com/webbukkit/dynmap
Wiki commands

Developer: mikeprimm
Dynmap-GriefPrevention v0.88
This plugin will add any land claims from the GriefPrevention plugin and marks them on Dynmap
GriefPrevention 16.18.1 will solve your grief problems without a roster of trained administrators, without 10 different anti-grief plugins, and without disabling any standard game features. Because Grief Prevention teaches players for you, you won't have to publish a training manual or tutorial for players, or add explanatory signs to your world.

Developer: Big_Scary

We did have this mod disabled to allow easier cooprative builds, but the ability of this mod to protect your houses from creepers and endermen is priceless. I would suggest just not protecting your shared territory until you are ready.
Hellobukkit aka Mistmine
We stand on the shoulders of giants. Thank you to all you wonderful coders who put useful code examples on the web! Added commands: hello, mmback, mmbed, and others

Graves. When players die, the server digs a grave at that location, and stores their stuff in chests. The player can return to that location, and loot their gear.

Faster Rail. If you create a sign next to a rail that has "[Speed Limit]" on the first line, and a number from 0.0 to 50 on the second, it will set the minecart top speed. 1.0 is the default top speed. If you corner faster than "1", you may fly off the track. You can reduce the speed to 1 with a sign, turn the corner, and increase the speed again after that. This feature does not change your current speed, but you can use powered rails or slopes to get to top speed.

Note, speed limit signs need to be at least 1 block apart to work

Storage. If you create a sign with the word "[Storage]" on the first line, you can store and retrieve items. Left click on the sign with any stackable item to store all you have in inventory. Right click on the sign to pull the items out.

Teleporting. This mod also handles the /mmbed command (return where you last slept. If you do the /mmbed, it also sets your last location, so you can /mmback to return there.
You can also /mmset a location and /mmback will return there instead.

Planeshift. We also have simple world transfer, just type /world to go to the current main world, or you can visit other worlds (/nexus for instance). Here is a list of worlds currently on the server, and you can visit most of them. Note, some of these places are very dangerous, please be safe.

/badlands (map)
/caveworld (map)
/city (map)
/cityworld (map)
/concentric (map)
/cool (map)
/crafteros (map)
/craftonhills (map)
/dungeonmaze (map)
/hellages (map)
/mist (map)
/mongo (map)
/mongo_nether (map)
/nexus (map)
/northlands (map)
/skylands (map)
/temp2 (map)
/test03 (map)
/test03_nether (map)
/villages (map)
/void0 (map)
/void1 (map)
/void2 (map)
/void3 (map)
/void7 (map)
/void8 (map)
/void9 (map)
/world (map)
/world00 (map)
/world02_nether (map)
/world02_the_end (map)
/world03 (map)
/world03_nether (map)
/world115 (map)
/world1152 (map)
/world1152_nether (map)
/world20200628 (map)
/world20200710 (map)
/world20210611 (map)
/world20210611_nether (map)
/world20210611_the_end (map)
/world2021201 (map)
/world2021201_nether (map)
/world_nether (map)
/world_the_end (map)
LuckPerms v5.4.82.1494 is an advanced permissions implementation aiming to be a fast, reliable and flexible alternative to existing permission plugins. The project's main goals are centered around high performance and a wide feature set, filling the gaps of functionality and building upon existing features found in other plugins. LuckPerms also includes an extensive API for developers, and support for a variety of Minecraft server software & data storage options.

Developer: luck
Multiverse-Core v4.3.2.870 (direct): A world management solution that allows us to work with multiple worlds using different generators, and set up nifty portals to connect them.

If the (direct) links are not working you can get the current versions from the Discord server. The permanent server invite url: https://discord.gg/NZtfKky

Note from the discord server:

Maintainer: dumptruckman
Author: fernferret, Rigby90
Contributors: lithium3141, main_
Status: Working
Multiverse Inventories v4.2.3.524 (direct)
Multiverse-NetherPortals v4.2.3-SNAPSHOT-b808 (direct): Allow a nether for each world.
Multiverse-Portals v4.2.2-SNAPSHOT-b852 (direct): More complex but powerful portal options. Make your portal out of anything, in any shape, and set it to take you to any destination.
Multiverse-SignPortals v4.2.1.771 (direct): Allow nether portals go to specific places with signs. This is the main way we tie our worlds together.

Status: Partially Working. The "Click on a sign to teleport" works, but the "slap a sign on a nether portal to change the destination" feature is NOT working. You can still click on the sign that is on the nether portal.

To clarify, a working sign portal will show the [mv] in green, if the [mv] is blue (as on a portal sign), it will not work. I am replacing portal signs as I come across them.
PlugMan v2.1.7 (direct) is a simple, easy to use plugin that lets server admins manage plugins from either in-game or console without the need to restart the server.

Developer: rylinaux
ViaVersion 4.7.0 the aim is to allow newer client versions to connect to older server versions. Just drag and drop it into the plugin folder and you're done, see below if you use a proxy like BungeeCord. We currently support Spigot / BungeeCord / Sponge / Velocity.
ViaBackwards 4.7.0
Allow older versions to connect to your Minecraft server. This seems to be more useful that I originally thought, the VR clients can lag behind cutting edge.
ViaRewind 2.0.2
This plugin is an addon for ViaVersion (and ViaBackwards). It allows 1.7.x and 1.8.x to connect to your 1.8-1.16.2 server. I don't know that there are a lot of people that are using these older clients, but it is easy enough to leave this plugin in place. Just in case.
VoidGenerator 2.2.1
Create custom void worlds with a powerful and lightweight generator system that allows you to add countless empty worlds.
developer: Hx64
VoidTeleport 2.4.2
Teleport players to certain coords when they fall into the void
developer: EndlessTeamwork
WorldBorder 1.15+ 2.1.5 is intended to efficiently provide a border for each of your worlds, which only people granted special bypass access are allowed beyond. These borders can be round/elliptic or square/rectangular. As the plugin has been written with performance as the most important goal, it should have no performance impact on your server.
WorldEdit v7.2.15.6440-9667101 is an in-game world editor for Minecraft. This tool is only available for admins, mods, and operators


Me4502 and friends are obviously brilliant. Kudos!
Developer: Me4502 maddy miller (and others)

Worldedit commands: https://worldedit.enginehub.org/en/latest/commands/
WorldGuard v7.0.9.2239-4a26e30 is a powerful plugin providing (1) area-specific protection, (2) world protection, (3) additional game rules, (4) blacklisting, and (5) various utilities. This tool is only available for operators.


Developer: Me4502 maddy miller

Inactive Plugins

CityWorld (v4.05) (source): This mod changes minecraft into a massive city. I love world generators, and this is an awesome one, and I have some terrain that was generated with it. Alas, the version lags behind, so this mod is not currently active.

Added commands: cityworld, cityinfo.
CleanroomGenerator (v1.0.0): This mod allows you to set up various types of infinite worlds. We used to use this in the nexus for the infinite sea of lava effect. Very useful for setting up special areas.

This mod is no longer required, you can create a SuperFlat world in Minecraft, with any settings you like, and import that into MultiVerse. This link is kept simply for historic purposes.
CommandHook 2.3.1 This plugin adds the possibility to use vanilla selectors in non-vanilla commands written in CommandBlock.

1.19.4 update came out, but prevents teleportation of entities, which is used in several places
DungeonMaze (v0.2.2): Another world generator, this one creates infinite mazes of monster filled dungeons.

Not current, and not currently active.

Fawe (3.5.0-dev) (instructions) (jenkins) : Blazingly fast world manipulation for builders, large networks and developers.

I find this plugin to be both fantastically useful, and annoyingly heavy handed at the same time.

I have used this mod extensively in the past, but at the moment, World Edit seems better updated, and considerably more stable.
Fly (v1.1): This command allows you to fly in survival mode.
Developer: BlackGunner
Minecart_speedplus (v1.6.3): Have you ever felt your mine carts are too slow? This mod helps. Most rail lines have been set up with [msp] signs for faster travel. The straightaways are typically set to 50, but corners need to be taken slower, typically around 1.

Create a sign next to mine cart track with following lines:
1st : [msp]
2nd : multiplier [0.1 to 50].

Note, this does not actually change the speed of your cart, just the top speed it can achieve. You still have to use other means to increase your velocity.

Developer: Esavar
Owner: Varesa

Github: https://github.com/varesa/Minecart_speedplus/
MonsterBox (v1.2): MonsterBox will change the type of any monster spawner that you are looking at with the command /mbox set [creaturetype]. Some valid creature types are bat, wolf, pigzombie, creeper.

Added commands: mbox.

Not running. Possibly not required?
Nordic (v0.3.0): A world generator with a Nordic feel.

Not active
PermissionsEx (v1.23.4): PermissionsEx (PEX) is a permissions plugin. This allows the server admin to set up what each player can and cannot do.
RandomTeleport (v1.7.4): Provides a command (/randomteleport) to randomly teleport a player to a safe location in a give radius around a given point!
TerrainControl: The terrain control mod allows you to create custom terrains of all types. You can create a new type of terrain, or tweak existing generation rules as you like.

We one terrain control world available at the moment,
Latest version 182 available here.

The terrain control mod seems like a brilliant idea, and I could see one day collecting a lot of different terrains, and combining them together.

If terrain control is not resolving at the sites above, try starting at https://www.spigotmc.org/resources/terraincontrol.2214/
Welcome Message (v1.2.5): Welcome Message is a simple plug in that displays a welcome message to a player when they join the server.

We used this plug in to direct people to this web site, which in turn leads people to our forums (Facebook and Steam).
Designing your own world generator for Bukkit is hard. Bukkit doesn't let you hook into the Minecraft terrain generator, so if you just want to change the shape of the terrain, you would need to rewrite almost the entirety of the Minecraft terrain generator. Alternatively, you can hook into Minecraft internals, but this is tricky and tends to break on every Minecraft update.

WorldGeneratorAPI ( provides a clean API to design your own world generator.

Developer: Rutgerkok (Github)