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Minecraft does not save credit card details, so there is no risk of your kids spending all your money on merchandise or buying more copies of Minecraft. The only risk I can think of would be if they gave the password to their friends and lost the account that way, but you're the parent here so it's up to you how you stop them doing that.


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This can be done in the multiplayer settings. Hit escape to bring up the menu, then click Options. On the Options screen, click Multiplayer Settings. Then click the Chat: button to set it either show commands (which could be useful in some instances) or just be hidden. And you're done. New chat messages from other players won't be shown to you. Note ...


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Guardian Minecraft Wiki entry, first line, first sentence The Guardian is an underwater hostile mob As for whether it'll attack you, it depends on where you are. If you're on land it will quickly move towards the nearest water source, at which point they swim away. So as long you're not in between it and a water source, you should be fine.


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Theoretically, there is no concern. When you buy Minecraft for an account, the system uses the credit card's info to charge the $27 you spend for the game to your card, and doesn't ever use it again. The only thing a Minecraft password can be used for is to change the player's skin by signing on to Minecraft.net, and logging in on the Minecraft Launcher in ...


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No, there is no security risk. In fact, Mojang doesn't save credit card data. Once you bought a copy, it won't store it and/or ever use it again. If I was the parent, I'd just say you are responsible for your account. This would make your kids more responsible and at the moment that they misuse the account, they've learned a very wise lesson. (Define ...


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The simplest way to do this would be to create a room with a door in the spawn zone. Since only OPs can break blocks or open the door, only they would be able to access it.


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An idea to solve your problem with your cells is to make the cell walls out of Obsidian or Bedrock. these should be enough to not be destroyed from the explosion of a Creeper. This however leave the door, while I can't be say for certain if an Iron Door will be enough you might want to use Lava. To do this, create a 3x3 square with the middle block empty, ...


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As others have said, the worst they can do is lose the account; however there are a number of phishing scams out there specific to Minecraft. Make sure you educate your kids about what websites they should log into with their Minecraft account and who they should give the password to. The answers being simply, Minecraft*.net* and noone and nothing else.


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There's no "right" way to use your diamonds. This answer will cover what I'd recommend doing with them, although it really depends on your playstyle. First of all, diamonds can be used to create the following items: Diamond Pickaxe (3 diamonds) Diamond Sword (2 d) Diamond Axe (3 d) Diamond Shovel (1 d) Diamond Hoe (2 d) Enchantment Table (2 d) Diamond ...


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Okay I tried to rebuild this like you described. I did not tried the first tp command I hope this one is working. Everything I describe here is running in a clean Minecraft 1.8 on a offline map with cheats activated. The setblock command should look like this: setblock -30 79 214 command_block 0 replace {Command:"/tp @p[r=3] -28 79 214"} If you use the ...


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Java 8 (dun dun dun!) Java 8 isn't really ready yet, so to speak. Uninstall it and the JDK, and get Java 7.


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What you want to do is impossible. Placed banners are blocks (well, tile-entities), and blocks cannot have names that appear above them, only entities. A workaround perhaps could be to summon an invisible ArmorStand or WitherSkull with the name you want, and have that on the banner so that it appears as if the banner has a name. Try this command: /summon ...


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All of the spawn rules can be found Here. In case the website is down, here's a useful excerpt: Mob caps are directly proportional to the total number of chunks eligible for spawning. To calculate the cap, the spawning area is expanded by one chunk in every direction (so the default gives 17×17 chunks), then the total number of chunks is plugged into the ...


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The error message says: Stop the server and delete the session.lock in this world to prevent further issues. But in many cases, this may not work. What worked for me was setting the permissions of the session.lock file to 777. You must have SSH access to your server (otherwise you should contact your host). Run: chmod 777 session.lock Make sure that ...


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The type of server you run depends on you and what was installed before, If you had a lot of plugins that you cant live without install bukkit. If you had mods then you would need to install Forge. Also depends on whether you wanted to play with other people or just turn it into a single player world. For single player just copy the world folder into your ...


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You can spawn a redstone block a certain numbers above or below the point of the player with an activator rail ontop. Then spawn a command minecart on the activator rail with the command /spreadplayers ~ ~ 1 false @e[name=PlayerHome,type=ArmorStand,c=1,r=2]. Because the /spreadplayers will load the chunk the entity is spread to, the commandblock minecart on ...


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The problem was i was running Java 8! And Java 8 breaks MinecraftForge so i needed to go to a site (Link below!) and follow the instructions and it is working again! I suggest all having this problem do the same! http://www.minecraftforum.net/forums/mapping-and-modding/minecraft-mods/2206446-forge-1-6-4-1-7-2-java-8-compatibility-patch Better explanation: ...


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you can use this: /summon Villager ~ ~ ~ {Offers:{Recipes:[{maxUses:#,buy:{id:#,Count:#,Damage:#},buyB:{id:#,Count:#,Damage:#},sell:{id:#,Count:#,Damage:#}}]}}


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As of 1.8, this can be done in vanilla with the /fill command. For example, to change cobblestone to stone: fill <x1> <y1> <z1> <x2> <y2> <z2> stone 0 replace cobblestone Change <x1> <y1> <z1> to the coordinates of one corner of the rectangular area, and <x2> <y2> <z2> with the ...



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