Humanity has offloaded their creativity to machines. In an effort to revive it back on Earth, you venture into the Libre Galaxy to practice the art of creativity.
Players looking to:
Planets are Minecraft worlds owned by players used tor building or exploring. Planet owners can configure their planets to give or restrict access, change gamerules, and lock values such as time. Anything that respects our Community Guidelines can be built such as mini-games, homes, and terrain.
Planet commands can be executed starting with
/p - Textual help for subcommands
/p create - Create a new planet to build on.
/p visit [username || planet UUID] - View all planets, view planets by a certain player, or visit a specific planet.
/p info - List of information about the planet you are standing in.
/p me - Teleport to your planet
/p export - Generate a link to download your schematic.
/p edit - Modify your planet
/p edit trust [username] - Trust a player to build and use World Edit on your planet.
/p edit untrust [username] - Remove a player's previously granted permission to edit your planet.
/p edit setspawn - Define location where visitors will spawn when using a teleport command.
/p edit rename - Set a new planet name.
/p edit allow-visitors [true/false] - Allow non-trusted planets to enter your planet.
/p edit potion-splash [true/false] - Allow visitors to use splash potions.
/p edit use [true/false] - Allow visitors to use switches like doors and levers.
Awesome features you’re likely to use!
/skin [copy/select] - Change your skin to the one from another player or existing database.
/skull [search query] - Opens a menu to select decorative skulls.
/flyspeed [1-10] - Adjust your flight speed.
/specialitems - Obtain typically unobtainable items and blocks such as end and nether portals
/head [username] - Gives your head, or the head of another user.
/gmc - Alias for changing into gamemode creative
/gms - Alias for changing into gamemode survival
/gma - Alias for changing into gamemode adventure
The dimensions of a planet are 201x384x201.
We’re aiming to have the planet system feel like a mini server where each planet has a unique experience to offer and controls to match it.
Planet owners can export their creations to a downloadable schematic. This gives players the freedom to bring their creations anywhere. Most other servers don’t allow players to save their creations this way.
Libre Galaxy supports players who use Minecraft: Java Edition and Minecraft: Bedrock Edition! For the best experience, please use the Java Edition.
|🖥️ Java Editon||📱 Bedrock Edition|
|1. Launch ||1. Launch |
|2. Press the Multiplayer button.||2. Press the Servers tab and scroll to the bottom of the page.|
|3. Click on the Add Server button.||3. Click on the Add Server button.|
|4. Enter “Libre Galaxy” in the Server Name field.||4. Enter “Libre Galaxy” in the Server Name field.|
|5. Enter ”||5. Enter ”|
|6. Press “Done.”||6. Press “Play.”|
|7. Hover over the server icon and click the play button.|
You can make anything you want! Not sure where to start? Here are a few ideas:
Looking for a random suggestion? Try using
Do you wonder how you can make a big difference in the Libre Galaxy community? Here are a few ways:
Our resources aren’t perfect. You can help us make them better by reporting inaccuracies and bugs.
We want the entire world to enjoy Libre Galaxy resources. Translating our work helps us reach more people!
Making our resources available to as many people as possible requires building assessibility tools. We need your help to report and work on accessibility issues.
There’s always improvements and additions to be made to our tech stack. We’d love some help with our F(L)OSS plugins.
Do you wish to share your knowledge about open technologies with the world? Please submit your own article to be published.
One of our big challenges is getting our name out there. Spreading Libre Galaxy through word of mouth, social media posts, etc. is a great way to help us make a greater impact on the world.
Hosting events is an excellent way to bring people together.
A: You can ban a player from your planet by setting their permission group to the
banned group. To change a player’s permission level, run
/p permission <username>. This will open a menu where you can select what permission level this user should be changed to. Select “Banned.”
A: All players on Libre Galaxy must abide by our Community Guidelines. Planet owners may wish to create additional rules, typically communicated though signs at the planet spawn, as they see fit. The additional rules must not break the Community Guidelines.
Bedrock Port: 19132
Minecraft is a game by Mojang. Libre Galaxy is not officially affiliated with or endorsed by Minecraft, Mojang, or Microsoft.