Monthly Archives: January 2017

Running a Spigot Server on Windows

Setting up a Minecraft server is fairly straightforward – most of the time you just download the jar file into a folder and run it. But you might end up wondering how to add some of the clever stuff you see on other servers such as games or preventing griefing – such as people starting fires.

There are plenty of add ons out there but they require something more than basic Minecraft. A common version of Minecraft for these addons is Spigot. Installation is much easier than it used to be but I though some instructions would be helpful.

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