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By Storms11C
#204133 Please do not reply JUST to promote your server :'( If it doesn't fit, it doesn't fit.

Hey guys, new to the pixelmon modpack and loving it. But the thing is it seems every server I have tried thus far is very VERY carebear. Free Pokemon left and right, crates that give out shinies and legends, the ability to change your pokemon stats at a whim, or very very donate heavy. **NOT FOR ME PLEASE**

That is not for me. I am looking for a Hard Server. Survival, I work hard for what I have, and it takes a bit of time to have a nice powerful team. Very little to no lag. I just dont like servers where everything is handed to you for joining or voting or just because. It ruins the game for me.

Whatcha Got, Pixelmon Community? Let me know!
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By XpanD
#204141 If you haven't already, join the Discord and check the #servers channel as well. That channel is ad-only (so no chatting in there), but I've seen a few servers there claim to provide a more difficult experience. Good luck!