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TheArchon is another incredibly popular multi-faceted Minecraft 1.19 server with a variety of game modes, or "realms" to choose from, including regular old survival, Skyblock, Factions, Prison, and more. It's got a refreshing no-nonsense attitude that just allows you to dive right into whatever you like within the first few seconds of joining the server for the first time - but there's a particular emphasis on PvP modes here. You may want to take a look at our list of Minecraft texture packs to give you an edge over other players in PvP, or check out our towers and castle builds if you want to get to work on building some defenses.




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MCCentral is another Minigames and multimodal server that has a condensed but still very comprehensive selection of different modes, each usually with multiple servers available. There's a fully functional shared Creative Mode server which resets every day, where you can go to test out your Creative (and WorldEdit) skills. There's a multitude of servers for Skyblock, UHC, Prison, Factions, Hunger Games, Capture The Flag, and much more. Plus, their lobby looks fantastic - particularly with good Minecraft shaders enabled.


JartexNetwork is a popular and growing server filled with all the same sorts of minigames and modes as its rivals. Everything on JartexNetwork feels polished: the server controls are intuitive, the servers themselves are solid, the game modes are well-chosen and well-designed. It's a great alternative to the more venerable titans on this list, and is certainly stable enough for a quest to defeat the Wither and get the Nether Star, which you'll need to make a Beacon.


Applecraft is a survival server, through and through. Well, okay, there's a little parkour minigame accessible from the lobby, but otherwise the point is to play a more-or-less vanilla survival game of Minecraft alongside hundreds of others in a colossal 100,000 x 100,000 world. It'll take you an awful lot of fully-zoomed-out Minecraft maps to fully explore that many blocks! So if you're more interested in traditional Minecraft than all the Factions and Skyblock stuff floating about these days, then Applecraft might be for you.


And with that, we conclude our Minecraft servers guide. Hopefully you found a server or two that you like the sound of, and are now joyously off building sky-fortresses or maniacally chopping down enemy beds. If you're looking to gain more of an edge in combat, be sure to consult our comprehensive guides on Potions and Enchantments in Minecraft. Alternatively, if you're looking to set up your own Minecraft server, be sure to check out our list of the best Minecraft seeds to turn into your new home.


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