As stated in our rules, the use of any client modification that gives any benefit to you that a vanilla client does not have is against the rules.
Below is a list of approved modifications that can be used on The Hive. This is not a complete list of every modification, if you are unsure whether a mod is allowed on The Hive, please ask a member of our staff team before using it.
✅ Allowed Modifications
The following modifications can be used on The Hive:
- Resource packs that modify Minecraft's interface or animations
- Toggle Sprint
- Toggle Sneak
- Full Bright (and other modifications that change your brightness/gamma)
- FOV Changers (modifications that allow you to zoom in or out)
- Hitbox Viewers
- Capes or other cosmetics
- CPS Counters
- Armor HUD
- Auto GG (modifications that automatically send 'gg' in chat at the end of a game)
❌ Categorically Denied Modifications
Any modification or client that has any of the following features is automatically banned from The Hive without exception:
- Any form of hacked client
- Auto-clickers (our full rules on input devices & mouse modifications can be found here)
- Entity radars / minimaps
- Any macros that affect gameplay - Increasing click / speed / jump speed etc.
- World or Asset Downloaders
- Freelook / 360 Perspective
- No Hurt Cam
- All / Auto Sprint (modifications that allow you to sprint in all directions)
- Chat on kill (modifications that automatically send chat messages upon killing a player)
🖱️ Input Devices and Mouse Settings
Our rules state that the use of any client modification that gives any benefit to you that a vanilla client does not have is not allowed. This rule includes the use of third-party software to modify your mouse's settings.
Using software to modify your mouse's settings to give yourself a higher click speed is not allowed. This includes enabling double-clicking or reducing your debounce time to under 10ms.
While we don't police the input devices that players use, you may be flagged/kicked by our anti-cheat systems if you are reaching excessively high click speeds.