Travel In the sea and find all kinds of mystery in the depths
The team of researchers went on an expedition to study the Bermuda Triangle. The journey was long. Gathering the suitcase, leaving the house, you calmly went to the port. Ten days and nights you sailed. With you in the team was another 16 people. On the 11th night something went wrong … You hit hard, and woke up, found yourself in an unfamiliar place for you … One.
What happened? You will have to solve this riddle, but to start SURVIVAL!
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|Suitable for hosting||Friends & Family
Minecraft JAVA Edition, Bukkit, Spigot
Small Modpacks (1.4.7 - 1.6.4)
Minecraft PC/MAC, Bukkit, Spigot
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Larger Modpacks or more Players
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In The Sea Instructions
How to reset and change the In The Sea map
Map reset script
Using this script you can manually reset your In The Sea map and start over with the pack on a fresh new world
Running the script
Run the script by opening your Multicraft panel and clicking on “Console” on the left-hand side. You can then enter the command into the text box and hit “enter” or “send” to execute it.
The command for resetting In The Sea is as follows:
Reset and Delete old map
builtin:script resetmap -d DEFAULT
Reset and Back-up old map
builtin:script resetmap -b DEFAULT
With the “-d|-b” being a choice of one option and DEFAULT being the name of your new map type.
The two options of “-d” and “-b” will decide what happens to your existing world.
“-d” will delete the world and not keep a back-up of it.
“-b” will create a back-up of your existing world and save it as a .zip folder on your server.
If you are having problems with In The Sea contact support.
In The Sea Servers Mods ListClick to find out more about In The Sea minecraft server modpack.
- Mantle (by mDiyo)
- Tinkers Construct (by mDiyo)
- Inventory Tweaks (by Kobata)
- JourneyMap (by techbrew)
- Chameleon (by jaquadro)
- Storage Drawers (by jaquadro)
- Waila (by ProfMobius)
- Pam’s HarvestCraft (by MatrexsVigil)
- CraftTweaker (by jaredlll08)
- Immersive Engineering (by BluSunrize)
- Aroma1997Core (by Aroma1997)
- AppleCore (by squeek502)
- Gendustry (by bdew)
- Fast Leaf Decay (by Olafskii)
- AromaBackup (by Aroma1997)
- Just Enough Items (JEI) (by mezz)
- Chisels & Bits (by AlgorithmX2)
- MalisisCore (by Ordinastie)
- MalisisDoors (by Ordinastie)
- Baubles (by azanor)
- ShetiPhianCore (by ShetiPhian)
- Magneticraft (by cout970)
- Tails (by KitsuneKihira)
- Just Enough Forestry Bees (JEFB) (by MrDimkas_Studio)
- Chisels & Bytes (by Belgabor)
- ZeroCore (by ZeroNoRyouki)
- Extreme Reactors (by ZeroNoRyouki)
- Tinkers’ Addons (by oitsjustjose)
- Glass Shards (by ljfa)
- Pam’s Simple Recipes (by MatrexsVigil)
- Totemic (by ljfa)
- stimmedcow : NoMoreRecipeConflict (by Oliv1er)
- Guide-API (by TehNut)
- Bloodmoon (by lumien231)
- CoralReef (by primetoxinz)
- Perfect Spawn (by lumien231)
- Botania (by Vazkii)
- Actually Additions (by Ellpeck)
- Ex Nihilo Omnia (by Raven2396)
- Blood Magic (by WayofTime)
- Forestry (by SirSengir)
- GraveStone Mod (by EuhDawson)
- Ender IO (by CrazyPants_MC)
- EnderCore (by tterrag1098)
- EnderTanks (by ShetiPhian)
- Waila Harvestability (by squeek502)
- Roots (by elucent)
- The Spice of Life (by squeek502)
- Random Things (by lumien231)
- Hardcore Map Reset (by modmuss50)
- RebornCore (by modmuss50)
- Mouse Tweaks (by YaLTeR97)
- MTLib (by jaredlll08)
- ModTweaker (by jaredlll08)
- Crafting Tweaks (by BlayTheNinth)
- Custom Main Menu (by lumien231)
- Resource Loader (by lumien231)
- Better Questing (by Funwayguy)
- Better Questing – Standard Expansion (by Funwayguy)
- BiblioCraft (by JDSinclair)
- Better Questing – Quest Book (by Drethic)
- Ex Compressum (by BlayTheNinth)
- Cooking for Blockheads (by BlayTheNinth)
- BdLib (by bdew)
In The Sea Memory Requirements & Player Slots
- Memory Guideline
To avoid lag or memory errors, order a minimum of 3GB of memory. If you are playing with friends or planning on hosting a public server consider ordering 4GB or more. You won't know your exact requirements until you start building and getting more players on. Don't worry you can quickly upgrade your memory as your server grows. Follow this guide if you need to upgrade.
- Recommended Max Players is our best guess on how many slots gives good performance per GigaByte of memory. It relates to how many players can join before running into lag or out-of-memory errors. Newer servers with lots of mods/plugins will have less players per GB, you won't know exactly how many players until your server gets busy. You have Unlimited Slots, set this in the control panel, use your slots wisely. It's a guideline not set in bedrock!