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Welcome! Get to know our Minecraft network and make the most of your experience. Learn about the different features, commands, and best practices.
We expect you to respect other players and staff members. Be mindful of other people. Act maturely and respectfully. If you disagree with someone, don't be a jerk.
Mods can provide a new way to play Minecraft. Some add new items or entities (which are allowed but simply won't work), or change sound effects or add shading to the world (which are perfectly acceptable). However, some mods (including hacked clients) allow you to cheat on Minecraft servers. You can NOT use any of these mods. If it changes gameplay, gives you an unfair advantage, or shows you something you can't see in vanilla Minecraft, it is not allowed. If you discover an exploit that could give an unfair advantage due to a bug or technical flaw, it is your responsibility to report it to us. If you abuse the exploit without telling us, you will be banned. Don't try to break or trick in-game systems like the AFK timer.
If you didn't build it, don't touch it. Don't create traps that will damage other players. Create warps in safe locations only. Don't claim land next to another player's claim without their permission. If you are unsure if an area belongs to someone else, create a /ticket at its location and the staff team will confirm.
You are responsible for everything you build, the skin you wear, and your username. Our rules apply to any form of content you create on the isoVerse Network.
You may receive an infraction from a staff member for breaking our rules, or not following our policies. Every player is held to a high standard and following the rules is a basic expectation of everyone, while on Minecraft Server, Website, or Discord.
If you believe you received an infraction unfairly from a staff member, or if you were not breaking the rules, please file an appeal. Our staff team does our best to enforce the rules fairly and equally, but if you disagree with an infraction, an appeal is the best way to handle it. Do not escalate situations in which you receive an infraction, even if you believe it is fair. Instead, file an appeal and the entire staff team will review your case.
isoVerse staff instructions and or decisions are final and non-negotiable. If you feel as if a specific decision is abusive and or incorrect, you may file an appeal. There is a level of reasonable expectation and understanding that some rules may or may not be documented, but can and will be enforced by Administration. The Administration reserves the right to alter these rules, their caveats, punishments, and or other factors at any time. Some rules may be enforced at the discretion of the staff member and on a case-by-case basis.
One of the great things about isoVerse is the friendly community with which you can chat. To open your chat, press the T button and type a message. When you've typed your message, press enter to send it. This will send your message in global chat, which can be seen from each server.
Commands are anything prefixed with a slash (/). For example, you can use a command to take you back to the isoVerse Hub. Just press T, type /hub, and press enter to run the command. You can watch the chat to see a response, which may be a success (green, gray, or blue) or error (red) message.
Some commands have arguments, which are a slot that you can fill with extra details. For example, if you want to send a private message to someone, you have to tell us two things: who you want to talk to and what you want to say. When you see /m [player] [message], that means you could use /m Notch Hello there to the phrase "Hello there" to Notch. If an argument has square brackets (like this example), the argument is required and the command will not work without an argument. Other arguments that have parentheses are optional, and the command can work with or without the argument.
Press the tab button on your keyboard to show the list of online players. You will see the server they are on, and the primary rank they have. If someone is annoying you, use /ignore [player] to toggle ignoring all chat messages from them.
You can have a one-on-one conversation that is just between you and someone else by using /m [player] [message]. You can chat with anyone who is online, and use /m [player] to toggle sending all your regular chat messages to that player as a private message. You can quickly reply to your last message with /r [message].
Using color codes, you can add color to your chat messages, signs, and nicknames. A color code is a two-digit prefix that makes all text following it a certain color. The Elite rank can use color codes and formatting in global chat. The Pro rank can use HEX codes to pick any color they want. Everyone can use color codes in private messages and group chats.
Get a Rank Purchasing a rank from our online store will activate on isoVerse and provide access to the perks and features listed below. 100% of every purchase is used to help keep our servers running. Ranks will activate 5-10 minutes after purchase.
The Pro rank is a monthly or annual subscription. It has unique features and is separate from all other ranks.
The Hero, Ultra, Titan, and Elite ranks are all similar. Each contains additional features that build off the previous rank. You can upgrade between these ranks at any time and only pay the difference
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|Crates||5× Legendary, 5× Epic each month||1× Common||1× Rare||1× Epic||1× Legendary|
|Included kits||Starter, Fighter, Farmer||Spawner, Valuables, Bedrock||Engineer, Candle||Fisherman, Designer, Demolitionist, Woodworker||Florist, Bucket, Enchanter||Alchemist, Archer, Music|
|Spells cooldown||5 min||1 min|
|Automatic AFK moving||15 min||2 hours||45 min||1 hour|
|Wear any block or item as a hat|
|Sit on other players|
|Change your skin|
|Portable crafting table|
|Chat in third-person|
|Global WorldEdit navigation commands|
|Glowing Pro disguise|
|Skyblock skills XP boost||10%|
|Skyblock skills cooldown||25% faster|
|Customize trails color & data, extra 7 trails|
|Use HEX color chat|
|Maximum simultaneous active trails||1||5||1||2||3||4|
|Saved trail groups||0||10||1||2||4||7|
|Pet particles||Diamond||Leaf||Red||Yellow||Blue, Green, Gold|
|Concurrent Survival auctions||3||5||10||15||25|
|Creative plot features||Basic||Set home, alias, description||Merge plots||Set plot biome, music, deny entry||Extra plot flags|
|Creative WorldEdit features||Basic||Liquids, terrain, navigation||Use tools, advanced operations||Use brushes, masks, super pickaxe||Schematics|
|Break and pick up mob spawners||Zombie||Skeleton, Silverfish||Spider, Cave Spider||Blaze, Magma Cube|
|Chat to the server from Discord|
|Sit in chairs|
|Baby chicken disguise|
|Change land claim name|
|Survival land claim flags||chest-access, damage-animals, lighter, ride, vehicle-use, villager-trade||block-fertilize, crop-growth, enderman-grief, fire-spread, grass-growth, ice-melt, mushroom-growth, mycelium-spread, sign-use, sleep, snow-melt||pvp, ice-form, leaf-decay, snow-fall, snowman-trail, soil-dry, vine-growth|
|Change Island border|
|Sit on anything|
|Buy and sell from anywhere in Survival|
|Hide your own disguise|
|Baby zombie disguise|
|Auto-sort chests and inventory|
|Make colored signs|
|Create a nickname||Simple||Colored|
|Teleport /back to your grave|
|Set Island name|
|Change fly/walk speed|
|Open ender chest|
|Lay and crawl|
|Create warp signs|
|Teleport to the Nether and End|
|Hide yourself from the online map|
|Wear pets as hats|
|Baby llama disguise|
|Use colored chat|
|Claim two towns|
|Place player heads and barriers|
|Teleport to any biome|
|Powered creeper disguise|
You can open the /menu to see a list of servers. Just click on a server to teleport to it. To return to the central, safe location of the server you're on, type /spawn. Return to the Hub at any time with /hub. There are additional things to do on the menu including daily rewards, voting, support tickets, contests, your XP, and more.
Each one of our servers is unique. Just type /build on any of them to start building. On Survival, you will be sent to a random spot in the wilderness, where you'll be safe for a few seconds. On Skyblock it will prompt you to create a new Island (if you already have one, type /is). On Creative you will be sent to a new Plot (if you already have one, type /plot). On Parkour you will start playing the practice course.
The best part of isoVerse is playing with friends. To teleport to someone, just type /tp [player]. If you have an incoming teleport request, you'll need to accept it before anyone will move. If you want to teleport someone to your location, use /tphere [player]. If you don't want to be bothered by teleport requests, type /tptoggle to toggle them off.
If you're not in a Spawn, you can create a home with /sethome (name). Return to it at any time with /home (home). If you purchase a rank you can have multiple homes: list them all with /homes. To delete a home location, use /delhome (name).
Warps are a great way to have others be able to visit your creation in Survival, Creative, or Skyblock. Just type /warp to open the menu. You will be able to create a new warp or manage an existing one. You can also filter to see public warps created by others (new warps are public by default). Use /warp [name] to quickly teleport to one. Get the Titan rank to create warp signs. Just place a sign and put [warp] as the first line, then fill the rest of the sign with the name of the warp. Include how you would run the command, with the warp owner's name, a period, and the warp name. You may need to fill multiple lines on the sign.
Check your /balance to see how much money you have. Earn money in the /spawn by selling items to the traders or complete quests in Imber. Check the top balances with /balancetop, and send money to a friend with /pay [player] [amount]. Money can be used to buy items from the traders or purchase land claims (see below).
Click on any of the townspeople in Imber to talk to them and participate in their quests. Type /quests to see your progress and completed quests. If you have a compass in your inventory while chatting with an NPC, it will be updated to point in the direction of your next step in the quest. When you finish a quest, you may get items, money, or isoVerse XP. You can repeat most quests every week to maximize your rewards.
Keep your house safe with a land claim. Type /claim to begin the claiming process. Right-click the first corner of your property, then walk to the opposite corner and right-click again. Confirm the cost to create the claim (each block in your claim costs $1). Once the claim is created, you will see a visual outline of its borders. View all claims on the online map. Type /claiminfo to open the claim menu to see who owns land or change settings in your own claim. Each tab at the top is clickable and explained below:
Create a chest shop to buy and sell items from other players. View a list of other shops with /shops and you can buy with other players from anywhere in Survival. You can create up to 20 chest shops, or get a rank to create up to 100. It's easy to make a chest shop:
When you are done, other players can buy the item and you will receive money for it. Right-click the chest to open the shop as other players see it, and use the Settings button at the bottom to edit your shop, add a buy price, restock items, hide it from the public shops list, and more.
To make a deal with another player, type /trade [player]. A trade is a safe environment where you both can place items you want to swap, and specify an amount of money if you desire. Once both players lock in the trade, the items are moved automatically. If you don't want to receive trade requests, use /tradetoggle.
The night time can be dangerous with monsters roaming around. If one-third (33% or greater) of the players online in Survival sleep in a bed, the time will quickly switch to day. A message at the top of the screen will indicate the amount of players needed to sleep.
To test out your weapons and armor, enable PvP mode with /pvp. If two players have this enabled, they will be able to fight in the wilderness. On combat death you will not lose your items or experience points.
Each player can have their own Island, or they can become a member of someone else's. Type /is to open the Island menu. This menu shows many of the options and features of Skyblock. If you don't yet have an Island, you'll be prompted to create one. Open the menu at any time to return home by clicking the bed, or type /is home.
The first thing to do is open your chest. Inside you will find a handful of items to help you get started. Place a torch so monsters won't spawn. Use the pickaxe and break the cobblestone (between the water and lava) to generate more cobblestone and ores. Begin growing wheat and expanding your Island.
Working together with others is a quick way to grow your Island. You can invite someone with /is invite [player] to become a member of your Island (as long as they don't have their own Island). Members can be given certain permissions, promoted or demoted, and help complete missions and challenges. If someone who is already a member of another Island wants to help build, you can trust them with /is trust [player] to give them building permissions only. To teleport to your friends, see our navigation page.
To truly expand your Island you will want to purchase upgrades with /is upgrades. Increase your building radius, invite more members, place extra hoppers and pistons, and unlock better ores that will spawn in your cobblestone generator. You can also use boosters with /is boosters which give a limited-time boost to crop growth, mob spawning, experience gain, or even fly mode! Boosters and upgrades can be purchased with Crystals.
Earn Crystals by completing missions and challenges, or selling items to the /is shop, to buy boosters and upgrades. New missions will show up daily, so make sure to log in each day to maximize your earnings. Challenges can be completed once, and although they are harder they have much higher rewards. You will also earn EXP, which can help level-up your Island, when you'll earn more Crystals and also XP. Check your EXP progression with /is exp.
When you invite someone (and they accept), they'll become a Member of your Island. Promote them to a higher rank with /is promote [player]. Use /is permissions to decide what features each rank can use:
Each Island has a Nether and End Island that is only accessible when you build a portal. Build basalt generators in the Nether to generate netherrack and other ores. As you purchase higher levels of the Ore Generator upgrade, the basalt generator will give better ores as well (nether quartz, nether gold, glowstone, and ancient debris).
Type /spawn to visit the Skyblock spawn, where you can find a dozen townspeople willing to trade with you. You'll start out with only the minimum essentials, but if you collect enough items you can trade for better ones.
To make a deal with another player, type /trade [player]. A trade is a safe environment where you both can place items you want to swap. Once both players lock in the trade, the items are moved automatically. If you don't want to receive trade requests, use /tradetoggle.
Skills provide a fun RPG-like way to advance your skills and abilities. Type /skills to view the menu where you can view your stats, power levels, abilities, and more. Improve your Skills just by doing actions that match that skill's category, including: Acrobatics, Archery, Axes, Swords, Unarmed, Excavation, Fishing, Herbalism, Mining, Woodcutting, Alchemy, Repair, Taming, Salvage, and Smelting.
To test out your weapons and armor, enable PvP mode with /pvp. If two players have this enabled, they will be able to fight. On combat death you will not lose your items or experience points.
You can use most options from the /is menu, but some advanced users may want to use commands:
|/is ban (player)||Ban a player from entering your Island, or view a list of banned players|
|/is bank||View your Island's Crystals and EXP|
|/is biome (biome)||Change the biome of your Island (Elite rank required)|
|/is boosters||View and purchase boosters which give your Island a temporary boost|
|/is border (color)||Change the border color to red, green, blue, or off (default). (Ultra+ rank required)|
|/is create||Create a new Island if you don't have one already|
|/is delete||Permanently delete your Island, Crystals, EXP, inventory, and start completely from scratch (you can only do this once per week)|
|/is demote [player]||Decrease a player's rank on your Island|
|/is exp||Check your Island's level and how much EXP is needed to level-up|
|/is expel (player)||Kick a guest off your Island or view visitors|
|/is fly||Enable fly-mode after activating the Flight Booster|
|/is home||Teleport to your Island|
|/is info||View information about your Island|
|/is invite (player)||Invite someone to become a Member, or view a list of pending invites|
|/is join [player]||Accept another player's invitation to join their Island|
|/is kick [player]||Remove a Member from your Island|
|/is leave||Leave the Island you were invited to|
|/is logs||View recent activity including invites, boosters and upgrade purchases, and rewards claimed|
|/is members||See a list of Members who have joined your Island, and promote/demote/kick if needed|
|/is missions||View daily missions and challenges|
|/is permissions||Change specific actions allowed by each rank|
|/is private||Prevent your Island from showing up in the visit list|
|/is promote [player]||Increase a player's rank on your Island|
|/is public||Show your Island on the visit list (Islands are public by default)|
|/is rename [name]||Identify your Island by a custom name instead of your username (Titan+ rank required)|
|/is rewards||Claim Crystals, EXP, and isoVerse XP earned from missions, challenges, and leveling up your Island|
|/is sethome||Change the location of your Island home (used when you return home and when others visit)|
|/is shop||Sell excess items for Crystals|
|/is top||View the best Islands in isoVerse (calculated by rare blocks placed and Island level)|
|/is transfer (player)||Make another member of your Island the owner|
|/is trust (player)||Give building permissions to someone who isn't invited, or view a list of trusted players|
|/is unban [player]||Un-ban someone who was previously banned from visiting your Island|
|/is uninvite [player]||Revoke an invitation given to join your Island before it's accepted|
|/is untrust [player]||Revoke building permissions from a trusted player|
|/is upgrades||View and purchase Island upgrades|
|/is visit||Teleport to any public Island|
When you first join Creative, you will be teleported to a new plot: a patch of grass where you can build anything you want. Return to your plot with /plot home. If you want to claim a different plot, you can use /plot delete while standing on your current plot and then fly to a specific plot and claim it with /plot claim or claim a random plot with /plot auto. Each player gets one plot for free. You can upgrade your rank to unlock additional plots.
Each plot has an ID, which you can view with /plot info while standing on it. See a list of all plots in isoVerse with /plot list all, or use /plot list mine to view a list of plots that you own. As a Hero+, you can set a /plot alias that others can use instead of a plot ID. Use /plot visit to teleport to any one of them. You also can set your home or create a warp for quicker access.
Teamwork is important, especially on large projects. You can allow others players to build on your plot with /plot add [player], which will give them building permissions only while you are online on the Creative server. If you trust them and want to let them build even when you're offline, you can use /plot trust [player] to give them even more freedom. To remove an added player, use /plot kick [player]. If a player is being particularly annoying, as a Titan+ you can prevent them from even entering your plot with /plot deny [player]. You can view a list of players added to the plot with /plot info.
Every month there is a contest that you can join. The details will be posted to our Discord server, including the requirements, prizes, and method to submit your entry. To see the current state of the contest in-game, use /contest. You can view a list of entries and teleport to them with /contest list, and if it is voting time you will be able to vote for an entry by clicking on it.
Things like plot weather, time, biome, and other properties are flags, and can be modified with the /plot flag menu. Titan+ are able to set a wide variety of flags, and Elites can set almost any flag. These flags allow you to let random players click on buttons, change the gamemode of players entering your plot, prevent snow from melting, prevent item drops, and much more. Use /plot flag list to see a list of available flags, and /plot flag set [flag] [value] to update a flag's value. You can view a list of flags applied to the plot with /plot info.
|Included plots||/plot claim||1||2||3||4||5|
|Fix lighting issues on your plot||/plot relight|
|Set your plot home||/plot sethome|
|Use a plot alias instead of ID||/plot alias set [alias]|
|Set your plot description||/plot desc [text]|
|Teleport to the plot's center||/plot middle|
|Unlink merged plots||/plot unlink|
|Merge nearby plots together||/plot merge|
|Set your plot biome||/plot biome [biome]|
|Prevent people from entering||/plot deny [player]|
|Play music while on your plot||/plot music|
|Set plot flags (see below)||/plot flag|
Plot flags for Titans: break, crop-grow, disable-physics, entity-change-block, forcefield, lectern-read-book, music, place, time, use, vehicle-break, vehicle-place, vehicle-use, weather
Plot flags for Elites: gamemode, instabreak, no-worldedit, notify-enter, notify-leave, titles (and all Titan flags)
Placing each block by hand can be difficult. Use WorldEdit to make that work easier, as well as being able to generate geometric shapes and use other useful building utilities. For help using WorldEdit, just search the internet for "WorldEdit tutorial". For detailed information about each of the commands listed below, click here for an explanation.
|Get distribution of blocks in a selection||//distr|
|Perform math calculations||//calc|
|Use the clipboard||//copy, //paste, //cut, //flip, //rotate|
|Change blocks in selection||//set, //faces, //walls|
|Change history||//undo, //redo, //rollback|
|Modify your selection||//wand, //contract, //expand, //hpos, //inset, //outset, //shift, //size|
|View information on items||//searchitem, //nbtinfo|
|Modify liquids||//drain, //fixlava, //fixwater|
|Modify terrain||//extinguish, //green, //fall, //fill|
|Easy navigation||//ascend, //descend, //jump, //thru, //unstuck, //up|
|Terrain generation||//flora, //forest, //snow, //thaw|
|Advanced region operations||//move, //replace, //stack, //remove, //removeabove, //removebelow, //replacenear|
|Generate forests, pumpkins, images, ores||//generate|
|Use masks and super pickaxe||//mask, //sp|
|Save clipboard to a schematic||//schematic|
Parkour is a real sport of running and jumping around obstacles. The Parkour server takes Minecraft parkour to a new level. With several courses of varying difficulty, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
The courses are visible around the /spawn. Walk up to a course and jump in the portal to start playing. Courses vary in difficulty from super easy to super hard.
Jump, sneak, sprint, and run across the obstacles to get to the end. Make sure to step on the gold pressure plates, which are checkpoints. In case you fall or get stuck, just click on the gold pressure plate in your inventory to respawn at your last unlocked checkpoint. Click on the green dye to toggle seeing other players, which might help you concentrate. Click on the yellow end portal to leave and return to the spawn. Click the TNT to completely restart from the beginning and reset all your progress.
Behind each course are the leaderboards. The top 10 players with the best time on each course are listed. While in a course, your time is shown on the scoreboard. Click the TNT while in a course to reset from the beginning and also reset your time to shoot for a better leaderboard time.
If you die in Hardcore, you'll be locked out of the Hardcore server for increasingly longer durations. You can find out how long you have left on your lockout by typing /hardcore you will still be able to play other isoVerse servers while locked out, just not Hardcore. Stay alive!
|8||1 hour 15 minutes|
|9||1 hour 30 minutes|
|11+||additional 30 minutes for each death|
You don't want to be outside during a Blood Night. They happen in a majority of nights (about 60%) and if you're not prepared, you will likely die. You can't sleep to skip these nights. Watch out for hostile mobs, there are some unique ones that show up on Blood Nights listed below.
Watch out supercharged monsters like the Blaze Rider, Ender Creeper, Fire Wizard, Invisible Skeleton, Phantom Soul, Toxic Creeper, and more! They are VERY deadly but will drop good loot if you can defeat them.
You can grief, steal, and kill other players. Only one /sethome per player, no warps, and hard difficulty on all worlds.
Join our Discord server with invite link: isoverse.net/discord.
Having a Discord account linked to your Minecraft account helps our staff team to better assist you and our community members to better identify you. Your Discord nickname will be changed to match your Minecraft username, all ranks will sync, and you will be able to access and chat in our channels. If you need to /unlink your account, you'll lose access to the channels.
Your level is the number shown next to your chat messages. Each player starts at level 1, and levels-up by earning XP. Each isoVerse server has unique ways to earn XP, and you can level-up faster if you log in each day. When you level-up, you'll earn crates, level colors, isoVerse store coupons, and XP boosts for everyone online.
Use /xp to see how much XP you currently have and how much is needed to level-up. Below you have the ability to change your level color. Simply click on a color and your level in chat will be changed to use the color you select. It becomes harder to level-up as you play more, but the rewards are much better for higher levels.
Log in each day to maximize your rewards:
|Claim daily /rewards|
|Get Pro for extra rewards|
|/vote for isoVerse|
|Complete /quests in Survival|
|Level-up your /island in Skyblock|
|Participate in /contests in Creative|
|Complete /parkour courses|
|Find hidden rewards in Hub, Survival, and Skyblock spawns|
|Unlock duplicate items from /crates|
|Participate in seasonal events and double XP bonuses|
|When you or others level-up|
You'll earn a reward every time you level-up. Significant rewards shown below:
|10||500 XP for everyone|
|15||White level color|
|20||Epic disguise crate|
|25||750 XP for everyone|
|30||Aqua level color|
|35||1000 XP for everyone|
|40||Green level color|
|43||1250 XP for everyone|
|45||Epic spell crate|
|50||Purple level color|
|55||Epic emoji crate|
|60||Blue level color|
|65||1500 XP for everyone|
|68||Epic trails crate|
|70||Orange level color|
|75||Epic pet crate|
|80||Yellow level color|
|83||Legendary spell crate|
|86||Legendary emoji crate|
|88||Legendary pet crate|
|90||Red level color|
|93||Legendary trails crate|
|95||1500 XP for everyone|
|97||Legendary disguise crate|
|100||Black level color|
Buy Crates Crates contain a random cosmetic item that you can use on every isoVerse server. Collect crates in many ways and open them with /crates. Crates have four rarities: Common, Rare, Epic, and Legendary. Common crates can be easily found, while Legendary crates are very difficult to find.
Crates will give a completely random cosmetic item. There are five categories of cosmetics: disguises, pets, trails, spells, and emoji. Visit the cosmetics page to learn more about each of them. If you unlock an item that you have already found, you'll receive XP instead.
|Buy them at our store||Common-Legendary|
|Claim daily /rewards||Common-Epic, Legendary crate if you claim rewards every day for 28 days|
|Get Pro||5 Legendary and 5 Epic crates each month|
|Gain /playtime||Common-Rare, Epic after 12 hours|
|/vote for isoVerse||Common for voting on all sites; Legendary, Epic, Rare for being the top 1, 2, 3 voters of the month|
|/link your Discord account||Epic|
|Participate in /contests in Creative||Legendary crate for first place, various rewards for other places and participation|
|Complete /parkour courses||Common-Legendary depending on course difficulty|
|Leveling up||Common-Legendary depending on level|
|Find hidden rewards in Hub, Survival, and Skyblock spawns||Common for first reward, Epic or Legendary for finding all of them|
|Complete each server's /tutorial||Rare-Epic|
|Participate in seasonal events|
Opening a crate will unlock a random cosmetic item that matches the rarity and category of the crate you opened. There are dozens of items to find within each rarity of each category of crate. Each cosmetic category has things that make it unique. The color of the cosmetic corresponds to its rarity.
Activate a disguise to turn yourself into any mob that you've unlocked. Type /d to view a list of disguises that are available, and type /d [mob] to disguise as one. Type /u to remove your active disguise. As an Ultra+ you can type /dvs (disguise view self) to toggle viewing your own disguise as you walk around. While disguised your action bar will notify you. If you've unlocked a baby disguise, use /d [mob] baby to use it. If you've unlocked a powered creeper, use /d creeper setPowered true to use it.
Enable a trail to have particles follow you around isoVerse. Type /trails to open the menu where you can choose and customize your trail. You can click on your head to toggle trail visibility for yourself, which will hide all trails on only your screen.
A friendly block that accompanies you around isoVerse. Common and Rare pet crates contain simple blocks, Epic crates contain Minecraft mobs, and Legendary crates contain unique characters from popular movies and video games. Type /pets to open the menu where you can customize and interact with your pet (options shown from top-left to bottom-right):
Add some sparkle to your chat messages with emoji. Type /emoji to view a list of emoji you have unlocked, and click on one to use it. Each emoji can be typed in chat using an exclamation mark followed by the name of the emoji. For example, to insert a heart into your sentence, type "I !heart you" which will appear as: "I you".
Add a bit of magic to your conversations and interactions with other players with /spells. These cosmetics are unique because they are consumable, and you unlock three at a time instead of one. Using a spell will broadcast a message and perform an action on either you or the specified player. You can use a spell every 8 minutes, or get the Pro rank to wait only 3 minutes. Each spell has its own command:
|Hug||Common||/hug [player]||Hug another player and give them regeneration for 1 minute|
|RollEyes||Common||/rolleyes (player)||Roll your eyes at yourself or another player|
|LOL||Common||/lol||Laugh out loud|
|Heal||Common||/heal||Replenish the health and hunger of everyone online|
|Smite||Rare||/smite [player]||Strike lightning down at another player|
|Rocket||Rare||/rocket||Launch yourself up in the air|
|Blind||Rare||/blind [player]||Give blindness to someone for 5 seconds|
|Umbrella||Rare||/umbrella||Stop the rain or snow|
|Kiss||Rare||/kiss [player]||Give someone a big smooch|
|Luck||Epic||/luck||Become extra lucky for 1 minute|
|Slap||Epic||/slap [player]||Slap someone in the face|
|Taunt||Epic||/taunt (player)||Tease and provoke someone.|
|XP Booster||Epic||/xpboost||Give everyone double isoVerse XP for 10 minutes.|
|Survival Money Booster||Epic||/moneyboost||Give everyone extra income from selling items to the traders at the /spawn in Survival.|
|Frost||Legendary||/frost [player]||Send shivers down someone's spine|
|Fly||Legendary||/fly||Fly in the air for 1 minute|
|God||Legendary||/god||Become immune to all damage for 1 minute|
Change your skin whenever you want with the Pro rank. Choose any player whose skin you'd like to copy and use /skin [player]. Use /skin clear to restore your skin back to normal.
We are a Minecraft Server where players can join and have fun! We have six fun servers, a dedicated staff team, and a friendly community. There is a social aspect of working with friends to build a house, chop down trees, and isoVerse is a great place to meet friends.
We have players of all ages and our team works hard to ensure our server is fun and safe for everyone. Our staff team works diligently to ensure that players follow our rules and policies and issue punishments or infractions to correct behavior contrary to our rules. Those that misbehave are prevented from chatting and/or permanently banned from the entire network. You can use the /report [player] command in our Minecraft server (IP: isoVerse.net) if other players are breaking our rules, or report them online at our website. The server is not constantly monitored by our Moderation team, but we do our best to respond as quickly as possible.
We enforce our rules strictly. Minor offenses for non-inappropriate behavior may only receive a warning before being punished, especially when a rule is broken by accident, with the expectation that that was their last chance. Any inappropriate, vulgar, defamatory, or hostile language is forbidden. Our chat filter is highly effective and many times can instantly mute or ban someone using inappropriate language.
When purchasing a rank or purchasing another item from the store, you can receive perks and simultaneously help keep isoVerse running. We rely on store purchases to keep the servers online and updated. Anything above our operating expenses is put back into the server to help it grow. We use monetary funds for server hosting, databases, backups, security, development, research, and very occasionally supporting projects that we use.
All payments made to isoVerse are secure at industry-standard levels. Our payment processor is PCI DSS Level 1 compliant and isoVerse never sees your payment information.