Yes, we have a Discord server too!  Discord is an application that combines rich text chat with optional Mumble-like voice chat.  You can access it either through your web browser, your phone, or by downloading it for your computer which offers some extra functionality.  Our Discord and Minecraft servers are linked so that you can chat with anyone online without having to log in to the game! Handy, eh?

If you’re a newcomer to our community, you can also apply to become a Member in our Minecraft server by posting inside the #join-cw channel.  You should find yourself there after connecting for the first time.

You can join the Cubic Worlds Discord directly from your browser by clicking here!

To avoid confusion, please use your Minecraft name as your nickname when you connect.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: If I join Discord, do I suddenly start hearing voicechat immediately?
A: Nope!  By default you will not join any of the voice channels.  To join a voice channel you first need to click the appropriate room name on the left hand channel list. It’s extremely rare that we use voice chat; mostly it’s just for us to post messages, announcements, or community news in the text channels.

Q: Are voice chat rooms moderated?
A: No, we cannot and do not provide constant moderation of voice chat, but we expect players using voice chat to follow the same rules that apply throughout Cubic Worlds.  Although staff may not always be present in voice rooms, you should let a staffer know if you encounter a problem so that we can help.

Q: Can I find out who is connected to Minecraft from within Discord?
A: Yes – just type “playerlist” (without the quotes) and the bot will tell you who is in-game.

Q: My internet connection has data caps. Does Discord use much data?
A: Discord’s basic functionality shouldn’t use significantly more data than a pure text chat service like IRC.  However, Discord’s default behaviour is to automatically download and show images or video thumbnails in-line when they are posted as links or uploaded.  This obviously uses extra data, but can be turned off in your personal settings to conserve bandwidth.

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