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What are some basic Vanilla commands?

/help opens the Server Guide. 
/bank help
 for all the bank commands.
 to set a home.
 to delete a home.
 to abandon your claim.
and /untrust to trust/untrust players on your claim.
/kit (rank), /kit claim, /kit starter 
to get your kit. 
/party create (name)
 to create a party chat. 
 to toggle public/party chat.
to enable chest sorting. 
 to open your backpack.
 to open the pet gui. 
◘ xp
◘ end
◘ crates
◘ auction
◘ nether
◘ enchant
◘ playershoptutorial
/store for the store url.
/vote for the vote url.
/buy for a quick store view.
/aach list to open the Achievements GUI

How do I get Spawners?


• You can get spawners in mineshafts, strongholds, and in the nether.

• You can ask a Saturn or higher rank, trusted player to mine the spawner for you with silk touch, or you can claim the area around the spawner until you can mine it or find someone to mine it for you. Staff do not mine spawners for players, because sometimes a spawner breaks or gets lost and staff will not replace it. 
• By voting you can win spawners. All the crates have spawners in them.
Spawner types in Legendary crates change seasonally.
These crate keys are available only from the donations store and sometimes sold by a player who bought it from the /store. 
• You can purchase all possible spawners directly from the donations store.
• Remember to check 
/ah or /pwarp to check out player shops.
• Alternatively, you can of course purchase Spawners from 


• Each island has one blaze spawner, in the nether.
• You can ask a Saturn or higher rank, trusted player to mine the spawner for you with silk touch, or you can claim the area around the spawner until you can mine it or find someone to mine it for you. Staff do not mine spawners for players, because sometimes a spawner breaks or gets lost and staff will not replace it.
• By voting you can win spawners. All the crates have spawners in them.
Spawner types in Legendary crates change seasonally.
These crates are available only from the donations store and sometimes sold by a player who bought it from the /store.
• You can purchase all possible spawners directly from the donations store.
• Remember to check 
/ah or /is warps to check out player warps/shops.
• Alternatively, you can of course purchase Spawners from 


• You can get spawners in mineshafts, strongholds, and in the nether.
• By voting you can win spawners or spawn eggs. 
• Lucky and Legendary crates also have spawners in them.
Legendary crate keys are available only from the donations store and sometimes sold by a player who bought it from the /store.
• Remember to check /ah or /pwarp to check out player shops.

Important: Spawners on /vanilla are not mineable (silk touchable), but you can claim the area around the spawner and change spawner types with certain mob spawn eggs.


Entity Limitations (Skyblock, Vanilla & Survival)

There are two types of entities in Minecraft, Entities and Tile/Block Entities.

Definition 1: Entities
Dynamic, moving objects throughout a Minecraft world. Most can be seen when toggling hitboxes on via F3+B.
Maximum: 300 per area (the chunks loaded around you)

The following entities commonly effect or cause lag:

• Mobs
• Boats
• Players
• Paintings
• Primed TNT
• Item Frames
• Armor Stands 
• Items (floating)
• Minecarts and variations

Definition 2: Tile or Block Entities
Stores additional information about certain blocks, with the type of information varying by block.
An easy way to remember is that they store data, like banner design or text on a sign, or have an inventory slot.

Maximum: 2000 per area (the chunks loaded around you)
◘ This is an excessive amount and you may still be asked to reduce them.

• Hopper Specific Limitations
◘ 60 per chunk
◘ Usage in excess of 1500 per loaded area
 (is subject to inspection and removal)

Listed below are the tile entities that commonly affect lag.

These entities are not automatically limited. Please use your best estimation.
Senior Mods and Admins have the ability to count tiles if needed.

• Sign
• Chest
• Banner
• Beacon
• Hopper
• Furnace
• Ender Chest
• Shulker Box
• Trapped Chest
• Brewing Stand
• Piston Extensions
• Mob/Player Heads
• Dispenser/Dropper
• Enchantment Table
• Redstone Comparator

For a full list and more information, click here.

Land Claims
Gamemodes: /survival & /vanilla

• No Griefing
◘ Do not alter someone else's’ build without permission, even if it seems abandoned.
◘ Do not kill someone’s mobs without permission.

• No Raiding
◘ Do not steal from chests that are not yours, even if it seems abandoned.

• Do not claim someone else's base.
• "Abandoned" buildings and claims are off-limits unless you have permission to remove it from the owner or an admin.
• If you didn’t build it, don’t touch it!
• Do not build within 200 blocks of a players base or a community area.

Use the stick to check for nearby claims:

Right click a stick in the area you would like to claim. Do not claim if you get this message:
"Found 1 land claim"
You may only claim the land if you receive the following message:
"Found 0 land claims"

7 months ago


How do I join the server?

Connect to our Minecraft server by joining our multiplayer IP: 

We support premium and cracked Minecraft players only with versions 1.8-1.16.1 but we highly recommend the latest version: 1.16.1

PvP vs. PvE vs. SMP

PvP is Player versus Player. Typically, this means that PvP at any time for any reason is allowed on the server.
You are never safe from another player.
Use /kitpvp to visit/play this gamemode.

PvE is Player versus Entity/Environment.
 This means that PvP is completely turned off and only hostile mobs can harm you.
Use /skyblock or /survival to play these gamemodes.

SMP stands for Survival MultiPlayer and combines the two.
 SMP servers are mostly PvE with PvP only allowed upon mutual agreement.
/survival or /vanilla to play these gamemodes.

What are the official server rules?

All in-game server rules, restrictions and punishments are outlined here.

How do I earn in-game money on the server?

Survival, Skyblock, Vanilla, KitPvp:

• Win chat reaction games.
• Use /trade to trade with players.
• Use /ah (auction) to sell items.
• You can earn money by voting. You will receive keys, which you can use at /warp crates on any gamemode. By opening crates, you stand a chance to win in-game money. 

Survival & Skyblock:

• Create a ChestShop.
• Sell your items (from farms or grinding).
• Sell your items via /shop or /sell hand or /sell all. 


• /jobs browse to start a job.


• Open crates
• Mine for diamonds
• Sell items via /ah
• Create a ChestShop

What are claimblocks and how do I get them?

Claimblocks allow you to claim your land on /survival. No one will be able to edit anything inside your claim without your permission. You start out with 200 claimblocks. The first time you place a chest, it will automatically create a 9x9 claim surrounding the chest. You can get more claimblocks by playing (200 per hour of play), buying them on the donation store, and by winning them from the vote crates via /vote

Like above, you get claimblocks the same way on 
/vanilla. You also get claimblocks from vote crates and Legendary crates.

Players can also use /trade to trade claimblocks with others.

How do I rank up?

• When you /vote in game, you receive keys which you can use at /warp crates. In the crates are rank-vouchers. So by voting, you stand a chance to win free ranks. 
• If you already have the rank you won, or have a higher rank than the rank-voucher, you can sell the voucher for in-game money or player points.
• You can buy ranks from 
• Additionally, you can support the server by purchasing ranks (and other items) at our donations store.

How do I become staff?

One does not simply "become staff" at Quantum Galaxies.
We look for players who have shown an interest in helping the community, show maturity and understanding,
and demonstrate a dedication to the community's well-being.
We also look for friendly players who already help players in whatever capacity they can.
It's important to communicate via the forums/discord, so we look for players who communicate there regularly.
We will only ever take applications for Helpers. We are always keeping an eye out for people who could make potentially good Helpers.
If you are a helpful person who genuinely cares about the community, your actions will not go unnoticed.
There will be announcements in game and on the forums whenever applications for Helper are open.
Please note that you must be on the server for a total of 30 days before we will consider your application for a staff position.

How do I become a Builder or Youtuber for the server?

Both are special ranks that must be applied for.
The requirements for both ranks are stipulated on our forums. 
Our Youtube Rank is also for Live Streamers or any other type of Content Creator. 

 Read more about how to become a Builder on our server here
Read more about how to become a Youtuber on our server here.

What do I receive when I vote?

• On each site you vote, you will receive vote keys in game to use at /warp crates on all gamemodes. 

• You also receive player points, which can be used to buy any items in-game which players might be selling, such as tags and ranks. Player points are worth a lot, because they are rare and very valuable/useful. 

What are Player Points? How to get them and use them?

• Player Points are a global currency throughout the server, but can have different in-game value depending on the gamemode.
• On each site you vote, you receive Player Points (usually referred to as PP by players).
• Players also sell PP in game via the /points pay (name) (amount) command, for an agreed upon in-game amount of money.
• We (Quantum Galaxies) also offer PP as one of the rewards for the winners of Events.
• You can view your current amount of Player Points by doing /points me in game.
• You can view another player's Player Points by doing /points look (name) in game.
• Depending on the seller, you can literally buy anything in game with Player Points.
• Player Points are mostly used to purchase rank vouchers from other players.
• Use /trade for all trading, player points included. 

Players scamming or trying to scam with Player Points, rank vouchers or anything else, will be banned.

/trade for safe trading.

Purchases / Donations issues

Our Webstore works fine. Maybe you missed the part where it says how to claim certain items. For instance, for ranks and tags, you have to wait on /hub until the transaction is processed. This can take from 5-30 minutes. Feel free to explore our hub :)

Server related packages are claimed on the relevant server, for instance, if you purchased crates on KitPvP, please wait 5-30 minutes on the 
/kitpvp gamemode for the transaction to go through. 

If you still haven't received your purchase after an hour, please DM Wolve#9984 on Discord or navigate to our Store Support area to post your issue.

How to use Coloured Text, Nicknames and Signs?

Who doesn't like using coloured text?
We have prepared a short tutorial for you on how to use Minecraft colour codes and included a coloured text generator and video

Should you somehow still need more information, please feel free to ask a staff member for assistance.

Is Keep Inventory on?

Gamemode: /survival.
Keep Inventory is not on. You will lose your items upon death. We have keep inventory off so that you actually have consequences for death. Thus, making you take more care in how to best "survive." If you do die, staff will not teleport you to your deathpoint but you may do 
/dp and it will show you the coordinates of your last death, making it easier for you to have a chance at retrieving your items.

Gamemode: /vanilla.
Same as above. Keep Inventory is not on. When you die, your death coordinates will appear on your screen. Staff will not teleport you.

Can I kill other players, or can other players kill me?

Gamemodes: /survival & /vanilla
Yes, other players can kill you. However, since we are a server that values a peaceful and friendly community, PvP is allowed only if both players agree to fight each other. 

It is against our rules to attack someone without provocation, without agreement and with intent to steal their items. You may toggle your PvP on and off using /pvp.

Is griefing or raiding allowed?

Gamemodes: /survival, /vanilla & /skyblock
• Griefing and raiding is never allowed, even if it seems the base is abandoned or if the player is banned.
• Villages may not be griefed/raided. Claim the village or part of it until you can claim the entire village.
• Do not steal/transport villagers. This will result in punishment.

Can I have a Player Warp?

Gamemode: /survival
You can buy your player warp for 25000 in game money.

Gamemode: /skyblock
Once you have a minimum island level of 100, you can set a warp.

Gamemode: /vanilla
You can purchase a player warp by typing /pw. Warps costs 50 diamonds and you have to rent your warp for 30 days. You will be prompted on day 29 to renew your warp. If you do not renew it, your warp will expire.
When a player is offline for longer than 30 days, their warps will be purged/removed automatically.
Players will pay 3 diamonds each time they visit a player shop.

You can create your warp by typing [Welcome] on the top row of a sign.
Place the sign where you want the warp to be.

Can I have a Chest-Shop and how do I create it?

Gamemodes: /survival, /vanilla & /skyblock
You can have a chest-shop to sell any items.
You can view an example (tutorial) on /survival. 
Warp to /warp ChestShopExample.
To view the example on /vanilla,
do /warp playershoptutorial.

I am cracked. Can I change my skin?

You sure can.
Change your skin on any gamemode by using the command 
/skin (premium username).

How big is the survival 1.15.2 map?

The Overworld has a radius of 20000 blocks.
The Nether and the End both have a radius of 10000 blocks.
The nether and end will reset every 3 months.

How big is the vanilla 1.16.1 map?

The Overworld has a radius of 20000 blocks.
The Nether and the End both have a radius of 10000 blocks.
The nether and end does not reset and we will increase the size every 3 months.

What plugins are you using on Quantum Galaxies?

Due to security issues and potential server "thieves", we cannot and will not list the plugins. 

What seed is the survival world?

This is also not information we give to players, as it's mostly xrayers inquiring.

What happens to my claims if I am offline for a long period of time?

Claims are only removed if special conditions are met.

• If you have not used a claim, meaning that you haven't opened chests, placed/broke blocks, etc, within 90 days, the claim expires.
• If you have more than 15k claimblocks, the claim will not expire.

Note: If you haven't been logged into the server for over 90 days and have over 15k claimblocks, your claim can still be removed by an admin. This is rare and will only happen if a player requests it. We will only remove the claim if it seems to be an old, never used base or if you are permabanned. In most cases, we will not remove the claim. We are not in the habit of tearing down bases, even if you are gone for a long time.

How do I use Vouchers?

We have different vouchers in different crates and gamemodes. Some of these vouchers include: 30 min fly, McMMo credits, a tag, as well as ranks.

When you have the voucher in your hand, right click on it to equip it. But be careful! If you already have a higher rank than the rank voucher, you will be "down-ranked", instead of ranking up. So if you have a higher rank, or have the same rank already, you may want to give the voucher (rank) to someone else, save it, or sell it for ingame money or player points. Ranks are worth a lot! 

You can do the same with your fly and tag vouchers. Sell them or use them yourself. 

Fly vouchers lasts 30 minutes or until you log out or change worlds. So make sure you do not logout when you equip it, or travel to another world (such as spawn, the end, nether or any other warp). If you do so, you will lose the ability to fly.

To equip your fly voucher, right click the voucher, then type 
To enable your tag voucher, right click, then type 
/tags. Select the tag you received in the voucher.

Always check /ah for possible rank, fly, tag or other vouchers.

What are some of the Skyblock commands?

/is help will open a menu of commands to use on your island.
/is border will get rid of the trippy-looking border. ;)
/is challenges
 opens the menu for challenges.
/is warps
 opens the menu for other island warps.
/is go
 will teleport you to your island instantly.
/is controlpanel opens island settings.
/is team invite/coop to invite/coop a player.
/redeem to redeem McMMo credits.
/party create (name) (password) to create a party.
/partychat or /pc to use partychat.
/warp mine
 teleports you to a mine that resets every 20 minutes.
There you will get cobblestone, lapis lazuli, coal, iron ore and andesite.
You can create a stone/ore generator on your island and upgrade it at spawn, at the "Upgrades" Villager.
At the same villager, you can upgrade your island size, as well as the allowed amount of island members.
You can also warp to 
/warp pvp if you and another player agrees to fight for loot, practice or just for fun.
/warp enchant 
if you want to enchant tools or armor. 
/warp xp
to kill mobs for exp.

What are some of the basic Survival commands?

/help opens the Server Guide.
/balance states the current balance of a player.
/delhome removes a sethome.
/home teleport you to your home.
/kit starter gives you the starter kit.
/kit (rank) if you have a rank, this will give your the rank's kit.
/kit tools gives the starter kit tools.
/mail send (name) (message) message a player (online or offline).
/msg (player) (message) message an online player.
/pay (name) (amount) pays a player with in-game money.
/realname (nick) displays the username of the player using a nickname.
/sethome sets your home to the current location.
/tpa (name) requests to teleport to a specified player.
◘ ChestSchopExample
◘ Crates
◘ Enchant
◘ Nether
◘ Ranks
◘ Spawn
◘ XP
/redeem to redeem McMMo credits.
/party create (name) (password) to create a party.
/partychat or /pc to use partychat.
/abandonclaim deletes a claim.
/abandonallclaims deletes all claims.
/trust grants a player full access to your claim(s).
/untrust revokes a player's access to your claim(s).
/permissionstrust grants a player permission to grant his level of permission to other.


7 months ago

Click on the link to navigate to the vote page.
By voting, you receive keys to use in game at /warp crates.
You can get free fly and ranks and a bunch of other goodies from voting.



7 months ago


What mods can be used on the server?

Minecraft modifications are a large part of the Minecraft experience for many players, with modifications ranging from small performance and visual improvements right through to gameplay altering ones. As Minecraft modifications provide such a wide range of functionality however, not all modifications are permitted to be used on our server. This guide outlines what types modifications we do allow on the server.

Important Note

Before using any modifications please be aware that all use of modifications on our server is at your own risk, including the ones we list as examples in this guide. We cannot review every version of every modification, and as such we cannot provide any guarantees of modifications being within our server rules.

Any modifications you do install should always be obtained from the official source for that given modification, be that the creators website, GitHub or other profile (e.g. YouTube channel). Unofficial downloads from other sources may not behave as expected, which could include bugs or unadvertised features (which could result in punishments on our server), or even malicious code (e.g. viruses, spyware, etc.).

General Guidelines

What is and isn't allowed?​

Categories of Allowed Modifications: 
Provided below is a list of the categories of modifications we permit on the server, along with an explanation of what each of these categories does and does not include and permit. If a modification does not fit into one of these categories, it should be assumed that it is disallowed by default.

Client Performance Improvement Modifications:
Modifications which simply seek to improve the performance of the Minecraft client without making changes to the game itself, such as those which improve the FPS of the Minecraft client.

Aesthetic Modifications:
Modifications which change only the look and feel of the game without modifying gameplay, such as standard shader modifications or even resource packs. These must not however change the properties of blocks (e.g. make non-transparent blocks transparent) or change the players perspective (e.g. allowing them to see around or over objects they normally wouldn't be able to).

Cosmetic HUD (Head-Up Display) Modifications:
Modifications which alter the look and feel of the in-game head-up display (HUD), without adding extra information which would normally be unavailable to the player. For example, HUDs adding armor and status effects, which are available to the player in their inventory screen, are permitted, while mini-maps, other player health / armor indicators, player distance / range, etc. are not.

Brightness & Gamma Adjustment Modifications:
Modifications which alter the brightness and gamma settings of the Minecraft client, allowing you to see in darker areas which would normally be too dark to see in.

Disallowed Modifications:

Rei's Minimap
Damage Indicator
World Downloader
And no hacked clients.

Though we do not provide a thorough list of disallowed modifications, a general rule of thumb is that any modification which provides any significant advantage to the players in any of our games - even if not in the specific game you are playing - using them anywhere on our server will be against our rules.

Additionally, we do also note that anything which automates any player gameplay action is strictly disallowed, be those Minecraft modifications, external software or hardware. This includes things such as (but not limited to) auto / burst clicking buttons or macros, auto-sprint, and aim assists.

Finally, modifications which alter the way in which your Minecraft client interacts with and communicates with our server are also strictly disallowed, even if they otherwise fall into an allowed category. Please ensure that any modifications which are used are strictly client side only, with them not changing or altering the behaviour of the game.

If a modification does not fit clearly into any of the allowed modification categories, it should be assumed to be disallowed.

Allowed Modifications

Mods you can use on the server.​

These are modifications which you can use on the network. For the most part, these are cosmetic modifications, or modifications which show limited amounts of additional information which should not give you an in game advantage.

As stated previously, any modifications listed here are still to be used at your own risk. If the features of any modification have changed since we added it to this list or if bugs have accidentally been introduced, those modifications may no longer be permitted. If you believe that to be the case with any of these, please let us know and we'll investigate that.

Armor & Effect Status
Armor Status, Effect Status, 5Zig*, etc.
Client modifications which add armor and/or potion effects to the Minecraft GUI (Graphical User Interface), outside of the inventory.

Animations Mods (Cosmetic Only)
Orange's 1.7 Animations
Client modifications which change in-game animations, such as those associated sword / weapon swings, provided these do not change the underlying functionality of the act associated with the animation(s) or add new functionality to the game (e.g. being able to "crawl" in 1 block high spaces).

Client Optimisation Mods
Client modifications which have the main goal of improving client FPS (Frames Per Second).

Gameplay Recorders
Replay Mod
Client modifications which allowed for the recording and playback of gameplay, while also allowing for the changing of perspective during playback (but not in live gameplay).

Shaders Mod, Sonic Ether's Unbelievable Shaders, etc.
Client modifications which change the visual appearance of the game to make it more aesthetically pleasing.

Clients / Mod Packs (Including Only Allowed Modifications)
LabyMod, BetterPvp, etc.
Minecraft client mods (sometimes made available as self contained clients) which contain a variety of modifications grouped together into a single package are permitted, provided the included modifications are permitted on our server by themselves.

Please note that this does not include cheat / "hack" clients or similar, any use of which is against our rules.

F3+B (Minecraft Debug Tool)
Built-in to Minecraft. Not a modification.
Debug tool in the vanilla Minecraft client which shows entity (player, mob, etc) hitboxes. Activated using the key combination F3 + B.

Allowed Modifications:

Mo' Bends
Better Hats
Replay Mod
Better HUDs
Time Changer
Old Animations
Inventory Tweaks
Vanilla Enchants
Item Physics
Player animations
Batty Coordinate
Crosshair Mod
Just Enough Items
Too Many Items


7 months ago

Overview of the Media Team (Read before applying):

Our Media Team is a combination of Public Relations and Social Media Management.

◘ Public Relations is the way Quantum Galaxies is displayed to the rest of the world. Public relations can be done via marketing, strategic communication and just building relationships with the community in general. 

◘ Social Media Management is the process of managing our social media presence on social platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, Reddit, Twitter, Planet Minecraft, Engin Forums, etc. as well as engaging and interacting with social media users. 

The Media Team's duties will include (but are not limited to):

• Collecting and viewing videos from our Content Creators.
• Taking screenshots regularly to post on Social Media. 
• Write articles about 
Quantum Galaxies for social media posts. 
• Interact with the community. 
• Be a community leader. 

Media Team Members have access to:

○ Media Team Discord Channel (for communication and organization).
○ Media-Team In-Game tag (suffix), not a rank.
○ Media Team Discord role.
○ Senior Team Members will have access to Social Media platforms.

Application Requirements:

◘ Fluent in English.
◘ Good communication skills.
◘ Good editing & writing skills. 
◘ High maturity and friendliness.
◘ Must have Discord and be able to do voice calls from time to time.

Application Format: (Copy + Paste the questions below and create a new thread under this Heading)

1. Your Minecraft Username:
2. Your Discord name (tag):
3. Your timezone and location:
4. Staff Reference (staff who knows you):
5. Age (17+):
6. Are you willing to invest a reasonable amount of effort into this team?:
7. Give some ideas of how you will help the team (with details):
8. Why do you think you're qualified for this position over any other applicants?:
9. Write a short essay (100 words) about 
Quantum Galaxies (to show your writing skills). 
10. Include 1 edited screenshot (with words) to show your editing skills. 
11. Do you have a mic and will you be able to join voice calls?
12. Any additional information that might assist your application. 

7 months ago

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