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Achievements are various goals in Mineplex; upon completion of one in a normal minigame, the player will be awarded a sum of Gems. Completing all achievements in a game will yield the Master Achievement, which unlocks a reward (usually an Achievement Kit).[Note 1] Achievements were first added on October 17th, 2014. Mineplex achievements are different from regular Minecraft achievements.

This feature is available in Statistics, which is activated using /stats.

List of All Known Achievements Edit

Arcade GamesEdit

Game

Achievements Rewards, respectively Achievement Kits
Dragons Dragon Tamer and Sparklez n/a
One in The Quiver One of a Kind, The Perfect Game, Sharp Shooter, and What's a Bow? Ninja
Death Tag Death Proof and Come at me Bro! n/a
Sheep Quest Hungry Hungry Hippo, Thief, Animal Rescue, and Selfish n/a
Sneaky Assassins So So Sneaky, Master Assassin, The Master's Master, Incompetence, and I see You Briber
Super Paintball Paintball King, Killing Spree, Flawless Victory, Medic, Speedrunner, and Last Stand n/a
Turf Wars Turf Master 3000, The Shreddinator, Behind Enemy Lines, and The Comeback n/a
Runner Hot Feet and Marathon Runner n/a
Super Spleef Spleef King (or Queen) and Demolitionist n/a
Snake Nokia 3310, Cannibal, Choo Choo, and Slimy Sheep Reversal Snake
Bacon Brawl King of Bacon n/a
Micro Battle Micro Champion and Annihilation n/a
Dragon Escape Douglas Defeater, Paralympics, Skylands Master, To Hell and Back, and Plundered Digger
Bomb Lobbers Master Bomber, Professional Lobber, Ultimate Killer, Jelly Skin, Sniper, and Blast Proof Waller

Mineplex Level Edit

Mineplex Level

An example of the Mineplex Level.

A Mineplex Level is an achievement that is a quantified representation in Mineplex of how far a player has advanced in terms of gameplay; currently, they serve no other purpose. It was introduced on November 7th, 2014.

The player's Mineplex Level is located to the left of the player's username, in the form of a number with variable colour schemes. Players can earn experience points to increase their Mineplex Level simply by playing minigames or getting them from Carl the Creeper. Every 20 surpassed levels, the level changes color. There are also negative Mineplex Levels for Owners.

Level Color
Negative Pink
0 Gray
20 Blue
40 Green
60 Yellow
80 Red
100 Red

Gem Hunter Edit

Not to be confused with Gem Hunters.

Gem Hunter is an unique achievement that increases the amount of Gems you earn from Games by 25% per level.

Players can increase their Gem Hunter level by playing games and earning Gems. Each Gem from games counts towards the achievement. The only Gems that do not count are ones that are multiplied by already earned Gem Hunter levels.

Levels Edit

Level Gem Amflier
1 25%
2 50%
3 75%
4 100%
5 125%
6 150%
7 175%
8 200%
9 225%
10 250%
11 275%
12 300%


History Edit

Main article: Updates

May 13th, 2015 - UHC Update Edit

  • Mineplex Levels revamped; easier to level up.

November 7th, 2014 - Kits and Updates Edit

  • Added Mineplex Level.

History Edit

Main article: Updates

May 13th, 2015 - UHC Update Edit

  • Mineplex Levels revamped; easier to level up.

December 5th, 2014 - Little Update Edit

  • New achievement move in Champions for the Brute.

November 21st, 2014 - Champions and Updates Edit

  • Added achievement kits for Assassin, Ranger, Knight, and Mage classes in Champions.

November 7th, 2014 - Kits and Updates Edit

October 24th, 2014 - Pumpkins, Kits, Maps Edit

October 17th, 2014 - Halloween Edit

Notes Edit

  1. As of August 2015, only a few Achievement Kits have actually been implemented.

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