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Recursive Bay Survival Server


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Welcome to Recursive Bay!

 

Recursive Bay is a Minecraft vanilla server that focuses on close communities. What do I mean by that? Imagine a small map. Let's say, 20,000 by 20,000 blocks. In a world of that size, everyone will be close together which means more communication and fortunately, more action! As the server grows, there will be planned increases to the size of the world but for now, we start small. If you are looking for a tight, close-knitted, community Minecraft vanilla server, look no further than Recursive Bay!

IP: play.recursivebay.net

Rules:

[1] No hacking of any kind
[2] Exploits are allowed (Lapis Trick, Nether Roofing, etc.)
[3] Do not be toxic towards one another

Combat Logging is NOT allowed and will result in immediate death upon logging out while in combat

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