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Everything posted by Zombiebrine

  1. Lag or otherwise? I don't need more problems, but I'd love to give them to my players.
  2. This server is in violation of Minecraft's EULA, and has been reported.
  3. We have begun work on a project that will make your useless ores and minerals worth something.
  4. Seeds have been distributed due to lack of natural spawns.
  5. Server/Client crashes following travel to a specific world region.

    There are no logs, absolutly nothing happens before when or after it happens.
  6. New map is working splendidly!
  7. Server/Client crashes following travel to a specific world region.

    This is a issue that only started once I updated to .15 if that helps at all.
  8. We have a new map as of today!
  9. Going to be doing some promos soon.
  10. We had to roll back the version, but this issue has been fixed.
  11. Updated to
  12. We have moved to a MUCH better box, new ip:
  13. Almost on to our new upgraded box.
  14. Happy holidays from Outlast.
  15. The server is doing alright, as for me and most of my staff, finals are underway.
  16. Version #: and SSPSuggested Name: Falling dirt/sand removes tile entitiesSuggested Category: Annoying-Potentially severeDescription: When you use gravity to drop a dirt or sand block on a sign, it will destroy the sign instead of the dirt block. This also has a tendancy to crash you if you drop it on a pit kiln, but I cant test it right now.Have you deleted your config files and are still able to reproduce this bug?: Yes, fresh config files after the last update.Do you have any mods other than Forge and TFC installed?: NoIf you have Optifine or Cauldron installed, can you still reproduce the bug after uninstalling them?Cauldron is not the issue as it is easily replicated in SSP and link of the Crash Report: No crash
  17. Working on getting a new rack
  18. Back up after 26 hours of emergency downtime.
  19. Patch 1.5.0 rolled out
  20. Updated to 79.13.468
  21. Chunks have been decorrupted, there is a noticeable difference in the tps.
  22. We just rolled out a large patch,