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Diamond Survival

Welcome to the Diamond Survival Info Hub. Below you will find a bunch of useful info.

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Getting Started
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You have just joined, what do you do?

Type and send /kit starter into chat to receive a starter kit. Your starter kit includes a golden shovel which you use to claim land.

To get out of the spawn area, send /wild into chat and you will be taken to the wild where you can begin your adventure.

Set a home at your new base by sending /sethome into chat. To get back to that home at anytime use /home.

If you have slept in a bed you can also use /home bed to get back to that bed.

You can buy and sell items in the server shop, access the shop by sending /shop into chat.

Receive great rewards and help the server out by voting, send /vote into chat to view the two server vote links. Voting is free and awards both you and the server.

Once you have voted, you can right-click the crates to redeem your rewards. To see your crate keys send /keys into chat. To get to the crates send /warp crates into chat.

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How to vote

While in-game, type and send /vote into chat. Open each link, enter your username into the provided text box on each site and click the vote button. You will automatically receive vote rewards in-game. Use crate keys at /warp crates (right-click crates to open)

What is required to vote?

All you need to do is go to each vote link and enter your Minecraft username into the text box, and click vote. The only information required from you is your Minecraft username. It is quick, easy, supports the server and you get rewards - it's a win for everyone.

What voting gives you

Voting allows you to rank up. Ranking up will reward you with Rankup crate keys and gives you access to more perks. To rankup use the /rankup command. You also receive rewards such as money, claim blocks, tokens, and crate keys. Tokens can be used in the vote shop to buy awesome perks and items!

The vote shop

Tokens earned from voting can be used in the vote shop. Use the /voteshop command to open the vote shop menu and browse available items and perks. There is a huge range of perks to choose from!

What is the vote party?

There is a vote counter, when it reaches 30 votes it will award all players whose votes counted towards it. You need to vote at least once to receive vote party rewards. You can only receive vote party rewards once per day.

Land Claiming
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When claiming land you mark out an area of land that will be yours. The land will be protected and only you can place or break blocks. Doors, chests and any items you interact with will also be locked.

You can trust other players on your claim and give them access, this is useful when playing with friends or a team.

Here is a basic video on how land claiming works:


  • To trust a player on your claim, stand on the claim and type: /trust (username)
  • To trust a player on all of your claims use: /trustall (username)
  • To remove trust from a player on your claim, stand on the claim and type: /untrust (username)
  • To remove trust from a player on all your claims use: /untrustall (username)


Reward Crates
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What are crates

Crates contain a range of rewards from money, fly tokens, tokens, boosters, tools, and weapons.

Check your crate keys

You can check your crate key balance with the /keys command. Crate keys are virtual, and not physical items.

How to open crates

To open a crate, go to the crates with the /warp crates command and right-click a crate.

How to preview a crate

To preview a crate, go to the crates with the /warp crates command and left-click whichever crate you would like to preview.

How to obtain crate keys

Certain crate keys are awarded for certain reasons. The most common way to obtain crate keys is by voting and reaching the vote party. Ranking up will also award you with crate keys. Donators are also awarded crate keys for supporting the server.

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Mining spawners


  • Trusted rank or higher.
  • Pickaxe with Silktouch enchantment.

How to

  • Mine the spawner as if it was a normal block. The spawner will fall into your inventory. Make sure you meet the above requirements to mine spawners.

Stacking spawners

Spawners can be stacked. This technically means you are upgrading your spawner by applying another spawner to it. The number of spawners in a stack will be displayed above the stack of spawners.


All ranks can stack spawners.

How to

To stack spawners, simply place a spawner of the same type onto another spawner.


You are allowed 1 stack of up to 5 spawners per chunk. In other words, 1 mob type per chunk and 5 spawners per chunk. You are allowed 20 spawners per farm. The farm size limit of 4 chunks per farm also applies to mob-grinders.

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What are Talisman

Talisman will give you specific boosts when stored in your inventory, ender chest or a shulker box in your inventory. You will receive them from the vote crates.

How to use

Place a Talisman into your inventory, ender chest or a shulker box in your inventory. You can only activate one Talisman at a time unless you are a higher rank which allows for more to be activated simultaneously. Adding more Talisman to your inventory will not bypass your limit and only the allowed amount will be activated. It is important you only keep the Talisman you want to use in your inventory otherwise you may not be sure which of them will be activated.

Player Shops
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What are player shops?

Player shops is a feature that allows you to put items up for sale for other players to purchase. You can list items up for sale and other players can browse through and purchase items that you are selling. Players can purchase items you are selling even when you are offline.

How to buy items

To browse items players are selling use the /pshop command. Click "Browse items" once you have opened the player shop menu. You will see a list of all items being sold and can purchase an item by clicking on it and then clicking the green block that says "Buy".

How to sell items

You can sell items in the player shops buy holding the item in your hand you want to sell and typing /pshop sell (quantity) (price).

Replace quantity with the amount of items you are selling. If you were selling a stack it would be 64. Replace amount with the amount you are selling the item or items for.

Example: Selling a stack of stone for $1000, hold the stone in your hand and type /pshop sell 64 1000.


Please note that you can only have a certain amount of listings at the same time. The amount of items per listing does not make any difference.

  • Guest & Regular: 0
  • Member: 5
  • Trusted: 15
  • Elite: 25
  • Veteran: 35
  • Legend: 45
  • Mythical: 55
Chest Shops
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Create a chest shop

Step 1: Place down a chest.

Step 2: Punch the chest with the item you want to sell, you will be promoted in chat to enter the item price.

Step 3: Enter the item price into chat and press enter. Your shop will be created.

Step 4: Fill the chest up with the item you are selling. Make sure to keep your shop stocked!

*You need to be Regular rank or higher to use chest shops.

Buy from a chest shop

Step 1: Left-click the sign on the chest shop.

Step 2: Type the amount you want to buy in chat.

Where to create chest shops

Chest shops can be created anywhere. You can create them in the mall or on your own personal claims in the wild.


Can players buy from my shops while I am offline?

Yes. You will receive the money as soon as you log in.

How do I make my shop buy items instead?

Look at your shop and use the following command: /qs buy

How do I see how much money I have?

Use the /balance command. When buying items, the money is taken from your balance. Make sure you don't go bankrupt!

Mob & Entity Limits
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Mobs are limited to 30 per chunk or per group.

This is to preserve a lag-free environment. In Minecraft, when there are a large number of mobs in one chunk or group it puts a lot of strain on the server and risks degrading the performance of the server. We prefer to keep our server running at a constant 20 TPS.

This limit applies to animals, villagers, and monsters, any over the limit will be automatically removed.

Entities such as item frames are limited to 30 per chunk or per group.

Entities that are over the limit will automatically be removed.

You cannot have a group of villagers larger than ~30.

Custom Enchantments
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Normal: These are normal enchantments. They generally improve an item and make it stronger.

Curse: These are the opposite of normal enchantments. They generally weaken and worsen an item.

Artifact: These are cosmetic enchantments. You can only apply 1 to an item. They create particles depending on the item they're applied on. When on an elytra, they create a trail behind each wing, on melee weapons they create a spiral of particles around the victim, on bows, crossbows and tridents, they create a particle trail behind the projectile, and on pickaxes, they create particles when breaking certain blocks.

Special: These enchantments are a more powerful version of normal enchantments. They are very strong and you can only have 1 on an item.

Spell: These enchantments are abilities. You can alt-click (right-click on most items, left-click on bows, crossbows, tridents, fishing rods, etc.) while holding an item to activate it, and then a cooldown will start before you can activate it again.


Normal, Special, and Artifact enchantments are available from enchanting tables, villagers, and loot chests. Curse enchantments are only available from villagers and loot chests.

Levels are calculated based on their cost. If you get an enchantment from 1 exp level or 1 emerald, it will probably be a level 1 enchantment. Of course, it is possible to get above this at a low cost but it is rare.

Special enchantments are unlikely to ever be obtained at their max level from an enchanting table or villager. Loot chests will generally contain higher level enchantments.


To see info about an enchant use /enchantinfo.

You can also see a list of enchants with the /ce command.