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How to Change Your Server’s Difficulty

This guide will show you how to properly change your server difficulty.

Well, you can do this in-game or through your Multicraft console.

🎮 Changing the Difficulty In-Game 🎮

To change your server difficulty in-game you will have to use the following command:

/difficulty peaceful,easy,normal,hard

To be able to use commands in-game you need to first OP yourself. Here is our guide for doing so.

NOTE: You don’t need to use < > and you need to choose one of the four alternatives.

For example:

If you want to remove all aggressive mobs, just type /difficulty peaceful.
If you want to put it in normal mode, you just need to type /difficulty normal.

🤖 Using the Multicraft Panel 🤖

You can also change the difficulty of your server through your Multicraft Console. To do so you just need to:

Log in to your Multicraft here and click on Console.

Type the same command without / at the beginning: difficulty peaceful,easy,normal,hard

Press Enter or click on Send

🔬 Changing the Difficulty In the Server Settings 🔬

If you want to also change the server default difficulty, you can do this through your Server Settings, just do the following:

Log in to your Multicraft panel here and stop your server.

Click on Files, then on Config Files.

Click on Server Settings.

Find Difficulty and change it to your liking, then click on Save.

Start your server.

If you find any issues changing your server difficulty please contact us on live chat or via the ticket system.

❕ Useful Links ❕

- Players can't break blocks (Spawn Protection)
- Getting Started! - How to Access and Use Your Multicraft Panel
- How To: Add an Icon to a Minecraft Server

Updated on: 05/06/2021

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