First joins! =3


Hai! ^w^

When did you first join? x3
Wanna share your experience! ^W^

(Tallcraft you’re included XD
Maybe your thoughts every time you made a new world =3)


I’m purr-ty sure I only joined survival when I first came to this server XDD
(I thought it was Monsters Industry XD)

First Join!

First Contact!

Still thought it was MI (Following day):

The realization -w-

& Finally mew first meeting with mew first friend!!! ^W^

:heart_eyes_cat::sparkling_heart::heart_eyes_cat: Drackoluvia :heart_eyes_cat::sparkling_heart::heart_eyes_cat:
I’m greatful to have joined you in your town of Frostwood ^W^
So many wonderful players we have met & helped along the way…
Built great structures & terraform mountains!! OwO
I will not ever forget you, as you are one of the people that have
left a mark in mew heart & memory ^w^

~ With lots of hearts x3
~ Mew XD

(Some where before this message was your recruitment message XD)


Ahaha okay so my first join story also happens to be my first ban story. So I started off on creative, and spoke ofc bc we all know I talk a lot and then icy2424 told me to join survival bc more people played on there. (This was August 27, 2016 btw) and so she teleported me to her and everything. And I teleported someone else there bc I didn’t know not to. They destroyed her head, she blamed me for it bc I was Starter 1, and I got perm banned from Survival for a day. XD


I remember when I first joined that I was very pleased and impressed with the welcomes that I got from everyone. It really gave a nice community feel to me and made me want to stay. At the time the wilderness was either in or near a jungle and I remember building some things, only to find them gone the next day due to the creation of a new wilderness. I didn’t set a home so I couldn’t get back lol. I built my first actual house near the hub and city portals of the survival world. I remember that when I first joined my IGN was slimeman4. Unfortunately I cant get a exact date of when I first joined the server because I joined after the creation of Although I do know it was somewhere in 2014. I really like Tallcraft, it has been a place in which I’ve had many memories and a place where I’ve met some amazing friends. Tallcraft has also been a great experience for me and has impacted me in so many ways. I am so happy that I found this server. While I am at it, big thanks to the staff for putting in the time that they do to keep the server running and for allowing players, like me, to have such fun times and memories.


Here is a very brief (incomplete) timeline:

I started playing Minecraft around version 1.3 (Beta) when I was around 15 years old. Took me a while to figure out that there was crafting, but I eventually moved on from building dirt skyscrapers and fleeing from seemingly exploding spiders.

Singleplayer felt a bit lonely so I tried to set up a basic vanilla server on my computer.
When I first joined the server it was completely empty (Surprise surprise). Shortly after I figured out what the IP of my computer was and shared it with some friends. We messed around in survival (there was no other gamemodes back then).

Since my friends wanted to keep playing and I wasn’t keen on running my computer 24 / 7 I decided to rent a small linux server. It took me a few days to figure out how to run everything, but eventually Tallcraft (vanilla survival) was born. This happened shortly after Minecraft 1.4 (Beta) was released.
I wanted to try what would happen if I made the server public so I listed it on a Minecraft server list. To my surprise, shortly after posting it online, a couple of players joined. Eventually the server was filled to the player limit (20 or so). There weren’t that many servers back then so chances of getting players once you listed your server somewhere were quite high. There was players from all over the world, but mainly Europe, and a lot of people from Sweden.

Over the coming months I’ve switched to Bukkit for plugin support and eventually I even had to install a block-logging plugin because the griefs were getting out of hand and I didn’t want to ban people based on rumors about who griefed whom. Since we head a steady flow of players coming in I decided to upgrade the server multiple times and raise the slot count. Quickly administration effort grew and I asked some of the early players if they wanted to help me out as Moderators.

(…) Tune in next time for more exciting young Paul, small Tallcraft stories (…)

Bottom line, I met a lot of great people through this project and learned a lot about server administration and managing a staff team.
By talking to complete strangers on the internet (which was quite a challenge for me back then) I learned most of my fluent English I speak today.

Please do fill in the gaps and let us know what else happened over the years! I left a lot of things out. :slight_smile:


Super cool story! Thanks for sharing. :smiley:


I want yours! @Thierrycool @Razew @Kulkinz


Me too! Lol :smiley: