Best Pixelmon Server
Ladies and gentlemen, now, on my quest for the best pixelmon experience, I try to find the true, best pixelmon server. With so many to choose from, it was hard, but I managed to compile a journal of my time in each one of the servers, with a simple pros and cons list in the form of a detailed summary. In case you’d like to visit any of these servers, I’ll go ahead and leave you with the IP and a link to the server’s official website. Enjoy folks, and tell us what you think in the comments!
Note: This is not a complete list and will be constantly growing with new, better servers, meaning that ranks may or may not change. As the post grows and servers change, we will update previous reviews as well. Do you have any great Pixelmon servers you’ve played on? If so, please leave it in the comments and we’ll go check it out!
Version: 1.10.2 (Pixelmon 5.0)
2. Tekkro Gaming Network
Version: 1.7.10 (Pixelmon 3.2.5)
All previous experience aside, my final decision was that Tekkro reigned superior to the other amazing servers on this list. There are many reasons to love Tekkro: for starters, this Pixelmon server sustains integrity to the timeless classic that sprung our beloved mod: Pokémon. Though Minecraft is an amazing game with tons of features, Tekkro manages to keep the feel of Pokémon by limiting them according to the original game. They successfully do this by removing hunger, fall damage, PvP, natural Minecraft mobs, and more. They add to the classic game’s feel by having a great spawn with a great Pokécenter, PokéMart, Elite 4, and more. There are very convenient warps leading to well-built gyms with NPC leaders. The community is large, diverse, and overall very active, with a decent amount of players, and a large, well-trained staff on, anytime of the day. The lag is minimal, and there are tons of custom plugins that cause the server to have a unique feel, different from other servers. Another important feature that causes the server to stand out from all others is the existence of more than one server, and more than one map for each of these servers. The 1.6.4 server (running older versions of Pixelmon) contains a whopping 5 maps, allowing players to never get bored of one landscape, and move to another with a simple command. The new, fresh, 1.7.10 server (running the latest Pixelmon) has a growing number of maps as well. The server also makes it easy for new members to fit right in, and makes it very easy to learn how the server works. Another unique feature is the fact that the server allows inexperienced modders to simply download a modpack, stuffed with goodies that can get them playing in a matter of minutes, without the need for googling videos, and messing with the files. So, for anyone in search of a great Pixelmon server, give Tekkro a try – it has the classic Pokémon feel, along with unique plugins, minimal lag, a great community, and more!
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