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The future of Factions on Desteria

iLemon

Owner
Staff member
Owner
Greetings Desteria!

As some of you may already know, Minecraft's EULA has been a hot topic in the past. The Minecraft EULA is a set of rules by Mojang that lists what Minecraft servers are allowed and not allowed to do.

Many servers, including Desteria, have been in close communication with Mojang over the past couple of years. Originally, the EULA was super strict and only allowed servers to sell cosmetics, which isn't viable for a server like Desteria. The EULA was then finally updated in April 2020, which now means selling 'P2W' items is only disallowed if the server is considered competitive.

Mojang has blacklisted Desteria since May 2017, but we've remained online by using a different DNS record called SRV.

On March 31st, in the latest Java Edition 1.17 snapshot 21w13a, the EULA blacklist bypass has been patched.

Today, I am announcing that future releases of Desteria factions will not be allowed to have any payouts (this includes store gift cards). Our factions servers will transition into casual gameplay to ensure we are compliant with the Minecraft EULA and so Desteria can be unblacklisted.

Also, effective immediately, purchasable unbans have been removed from the Desteria store.

We may make further changes as we communicate with Mojang to get Desteria unblacklisted as soon as possible. I will update this thread and notify you of any changes via the #announcements channel in our Discord server.

Kind regards,
Desteria Team

This is a serious matter that affects Desteria and many other Minecraft servers, specifically factions servers due to their competitive nature. You will notice other servers announce similar changes in the coming weeks. Server owners are communicating to decide on the best way to move forward, and we'll keep you updated.
 

Impregnates

Citizen
Greetings Desteria!

As some of you may already know, Minecraft's EULA has been a hot topic in the past. The Minecraft EULA is a set of rules by Mojang that lists what Minecraft servers are allowed and not allowed to do.

Many servers, including Desteria, are under a Microsoft NDA and have been in close communication with Mojang over the past couple of years. Originally, the EULA was super strict and only allowed servers to sell cosmetics, which isn't viable for a server like Desteria. The EULA was then finally updated in April 2020, which now means selling 'P2W' items is only disallowed if the server is considered competitive.

Mojang has blacklisted Desteria since May 2017, but we've remained online by using a different DNS record called SRV.

On March 31st, in the latest Java Edition 1.17 snapshot 21w13a, the EULA blacklist bypass has been patched. We have also had confirmation from a Minecraft developer that the same fix will be back-ported to all earlier Minecraft versions soon.

Today, I am announcing that future releases of Desteria factions will not be allowed to have any payouts (this includes store gift cards). Our factions servers will transition into casual gameplay to ensure we are compliant with the Minecraft EULA and so Desteria can be unblacklisted.

Also, effective immediately, purchasable unbans have been removed from the Desteria store.

We may make further changes as we communicate with Mojang to get Desteria unblacklisted as soon as possible. I will update this thread and notify you of any changes via the #announcements channel in our Discord server.

Kind regards,
Desteria Team

This is a serious matter that affects Desteria and many other Minecraft servers, specifically factions servers due to their competitive nature. You will notice other servers announce similar changes in the coming weeks. Server owners are communicating to decide on the best way to move forward, and we'll keep you updated.
no ones playing desteria anymore lmaoooo
 
Greetings LemonCloud!

As some of you may already know, Minecraft's EULA has been a hot topic in the past. The Minecraft EULA is a set of rules by Mojang that lists what Minecraft servers are allowed and not allowed to do.

Many servers, including LemonCloud, have been in close communication with Mojang over the past couple of years. Originally, the EULA was super strict and only allowed servers to sell cosmetics, which isn't viable for a server like LemonCloud. The EULA was then finally updated in April 2020, which now means selling 'P2W' items is only disallowed if the server is considered competitive.

Mojang has blacklisted LemonCloud since May 2017, but we've remained online by using a different DNS record called SRV.

Yesterday, in the latest Java Edition 1.17 snapshot 21w13a, the EULA blacklist bypass has been patched.

We began our transition to EULA compliance soon after it was updated when we announced the end of payouts on Skyblock back in May 2020. This change meant that our Skyblock servers are now considered casual gamemodes.

Today, I am announcing that we will no longer be releasing new seasons of Factions or OPFactions with any such prizes or payouts. Our factions servers will transition into casual gameplay to ensure we are compliant with the Minecraft EULA and so LemonCloud can be unblacklisted.

Also, effective immediately, purchasable unbans have been removed from the LemonCloud store.

We may make further changes as we communicate with Mojang to get LemonCloud unblacklisted as soon as possible. I will update this thread and notify you of any changes via the #announcements channel in our Discord server.

Kind regards,
LemonCloud Team

NOTE: This is NOT an April Fool's joke. This is a serious matter that affects the entire LemonCloud network (and many other Minecraft servers). If we fail to comply with the EULA, all players will be blocked from connecting to LemonCloud.
 

Cansky

Manager
Staff member
Manager
Content Team
Greetings LemonCloud!

As some of you may already know, Minecraft's EULA has been a hot topic in the past. The Minecraft EULA is a set of rules by Mojang that lists what Minecraft servers are allowed and not allowed to do.

Many servers, including LemonCloud, are under a Microsoft NDA and have been in close communication with Mojang over the past couple of years. Originally, the EULA was super strict and only allowed servers to sell cosmetics, which isn't viable for a server like LemonCloud. The EULA was then finally updated in April 2020, which now means selling 'P2W' items is only disallowed if the server is considered competitive.

Mojang has blacklisted LemonCloud since May 2017, but we've remained online by using a different DNS record called SRV.

Yesterday, in the latest Java Edition 1.17 snapshot 21w13a, the EULA blacklist bypass has been patched. We have also had confirmation from a Minecraft developer that the same fix will be back-ported to all earlier Minecraft versions soon.

We began our transition to EULA compliance soon after it was updated when we announced the end of payouts on Skyblock back in May 2020. This change meant that our Skyblock servers are now considered casual gamemodes.

Today, I am announcing that we will no longer be releasing new seasons of Factions or OPFactions with any such prizes or payouts. Our factions servers will transition into casual gameplay to ensure we are compliant with the Minecraft EULA and so LemonCloud can be unblacklisted.

Also, effective immediately, purchasable unbans have been removed from the LemonCloud store.

We may make further changes as we communicate with Mojang to get LemonCloud unblacklisted as soon as possible. I will update this thread and notify you of any changes via the #announcements channel in our Discord server.

Kind regards,
LemonCloud Team

NOTE: This is NOT an April Fool's joke. This is a serious matter that affects the entire LemonCloud network (and many other Minecraft servers). If we fail to comply with the EULA, all players will be blocked from connecting to LemonCloud.
Yep. Desteria and LC are included together within the compliance with the EULA as it's the same ownership and their Factions gamemode had included similar non-compliant features which are already changed or in the process of being changed just like Desteria.
 

kingstorm247

Backpacker
Today, I am announcing that future releases of Desteria factions will not be allowed to have any payouts (this includes store gift cards). Our factions servers will transition into casual gameplay to ensure we are compliant with the Minecraft EULA and so Desteria can be unblacklisted.
So what are we playing for then?
 

Passback

Trailblazer
Greetings LemonCloud!

As some of you may already know, Minecraft's EULA has been a hot topic in the past. The Minecraft EULA is a set of rules by Mojang that lists what Minecraft servers are allowed and not allowed to do.

Many servers, including LemonCloud, are under a Microsoft NDA and have been in close communication with Mojang over the past couple of years. Originally, the EULA was super strict and only allowed servers to sell cosmetics, which isn't viable for a server like LemonCloud. The EULA was then finally updated in April 2020, which now means selling 'P2W' items is only disallowed if the server is considered competitive.

Mojang has blacklisted LemonCloud since May 2017, but we've remained online by using a different DNS record called SRV.

Yesterday, in the latest Java Edition 1.17 snapshot 21w13a, the EULA blacklist bypass has been patched. We have also had confirmation from a Minecraft developer that the same fix will be back-ported to all earlier Minecraft versions soon.

We began our transition to EULA compliance soon after it was updated when we announced the end of payouts on Skyblock back in May 2020. This change meant that our Skyblock servers are now considered casual gamemodes.

Today, I am announcing that we will no longer be releasing new seasons of Factions or OPFactions with any such prizes or payouts. Our factions servers will transition into casual gameplay to ensure we are compliant with the Minecraft EULA and so LemonCloud can be unblacklisted.

Also, effective immediately, purchasable unbans have been removed from the LemonCloud store.

We may make further changes as we communicate with Mojang to get LemonCloud unblacklisted as soon as possible. I will update this thread and notify you of any changes via the #announcements channel in our Discord server.

Kind regards,
LemonCloud Team

NOTE: This is NOT an April Fool's joke. This is a serious matter that affects the entire LemonCloud network (and many other Minecraft servers). If we fail to comply with the EULA, all players will be blocked from connecting to LemonCloud.
 

fucd

Explorer
Today, I am announcing that future releases of Desteria factions will not be allowed to have any payouts (this includes store gift cards). Our factions servers will transition into casual gameplay to ensure we are compliant with the Minecraft EULA and so Desteria can be unblacklisted.
So what are we playing for then?
We used to play for fun kekw
 
Greetings LemonCloud!

As some of you may already know, Minecraft's EULA has been a hot topic in the past. The Minecraft EULA is a set of rules by Mojang that lists what Minecraft servers are allowed and not allowed to do.

Many servers, including LemonCloud, are under a Microsoft NDA and have been in close communication with Mojang over the past couple of years. Originally, the EULA was super strict and only allowed servers to sell cosmetics, which isn't viable for a server like LemonCloud. The EULA was then finally updated in April 2020, which now means selling 'P2W' items is only disallowed if the server is considered competitive.

Mojang has blacklisted LemonCloud since May 2017, but we've remained online by using a different DNS record called SRV.

Yesterday, in the latest Java Edition 1.17 snapshot 21w13a, the EULA blacklist bypass has been patched. We have also had confirmation from a Minecraft developer that the same fix will be back-ported to all earlier Minecraft versions soon.

We began our transition to EULA compliance soon after it was updated when we announced the end of payouts on Skyblock back in May 2020. This change meant that our Skyblock servers are now considered casual gamemodes.

Today, I am announcing that we will no longer be releasing new seasons of Factions or OPFactions with any such prizes or payouts. Our factions servers will transition into casual gameplay to ensure we are compliant with the Minecraft EULA and so LemonCloud can be unblacklisted.

Also, effective immediately, purchasable unbans have been removed from the LemonCloud store.

We may make further changes as we communicate with Mojang to get LemonCloud unblacklisted as soon as possible. I will update this thread and notify you of any changes via the #announcements channel in our Discord server.

Kind regards,
LemonCloud Team

NOTE: This is NOT an April Fool's joke. This is a serious matter that affects the entire LemonCloud network (and many other Minecraft servers). If we fail to comply with the EULA, all players will be blocked from connecting to LemonCloud.
you are copy me wow
 
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