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My friends own a Minecraft server and I was playing around with commands when I teleported to y 100000000000000000000000000000000 just because I wanted to see how high maps could go. That was a big mistake. Now every time I go on the server I crash.

I don't have access to the server files and I don't have the owner's email or phone number or anything and I'm the only one that plays on the server. I know that one solution is to make a new Minecraft character but that would involve me to pay.

Is there some way I can delete my player information or change the location without access to the server files? I don't want to leave the server because I've been building a castle for 3 months now and I don't want to give up that easy.

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FYI Minecraft maps are 256 blocks high. –  Dracs Jun 9 '13 at 4:11
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@Dracs The max build height is 256 blocks, entities can have higher Y values. –  Roberts Jun 9 '13 at 7:25
    
I'm assuming you get kicked for flying, and not the server crashing? If that's the case you'll have a whole lot of kicks coming in, in between every kick you'll fall a couple meters, and after you finally land all should be over. If it is effectively the server who crashes(very well possible with such a huge number), then you are out of luck. –  Arperum Jun 11 '13 at 8:03
    
Just out of curiosity, I'm wondering: How could one possibly benefit by teleporting that high? –  Coronus Jun 11 '13 at 19:07
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Yer, you're basically screwed :I. Even though you don't have contact to the owner maybe try and get a friend to go online and get them to teleport you to the ground or get them to contact the owner, as only he will be able to fix this.

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You can only modify your player data either in-game or by accessing server files.

So, if you really don't have any contacts of your "friends", you are out of luck.

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You're screwed, unless you can manage to get a friend to talk to the owner about deleting the relevant server-side insertplayername.dat file.

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This is no different from the accepted answer. Besides, it's 'you're' as in the contraction for 'you are', not 'your'. –  deutschZuid Jun 11 '13 at 4:54
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