Blitz Survival Games
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|“||This is a free for all survival game with many maps varying between 12 and 32 players per round. Use your kit to take out your enemies in your fight for victory!
But be aware! After 4 Minutes the Blitz Star will be released. The one who finds it can use its power to use one of the many Blitz Attacks! In the end only 1 person or team can win and survive
Blitz Survival Games is a minigame inspired by the original Survival Games. It has many twists such as kits, the Blitz Star, and the Deathmatch. It is one of the oldest minigames on the Hypixel Network.
Blitz Survival Games is a free-for-all battle royale that sees players dropped into an expansive map, using nothing but kists, kits, and wits to fight each other off in an effort to be the last player left standing. All players are also given a player tracker that will only function after thirty seconds have passed in a game.
Chests are generously scattered across the map, containing various weapons, armor, food, and other equipment, with a large concentration of them at every map's spawn. Less frequent are crafting tables and enchanting tables, where a player can create new weapons and equipment or improve upon their existing gear. Once in a blue moon, one of the chests in a map will become a Coin Chest, which will give 500 coins to whoever finds it.
There are two distinct modes within Blitz Survival Games. Solo sees players fighting on their own, while Teams arranges players into pairs, and both modes have a set timeline of events.
|00:30||Compass starts working|
|03:00||Blitz Star released|
|06:40/(see below)||45 seconds to Deathmatch|
|+0:15||Blitz Stars disabled|
|+0:45||Move to Deathmatch enclosure|
When a Solo game is whittled down to three survivors or when a Teams game is whittled down to six, a message in the chat will announce: "X players remaining. Deathmatch in 45 seconds." Fifteen seconds thereafter, all Blitz Stars will surrender all function, and 45 seconds after the announcement, the remaining players will be teleported to a Deathmatch enclosure, a much smaller space that sees many a game end.
Some maps have their own custom-built enclosures, while others will have theirs randomly selected from one of three presets. Many enclosures feature a world border that shrinks as the Deathmatch progresses, a few of them will have chests or other such blocks, and an even smaller amount have holes in them leading directly into the void. Combat is turned off upon teleporting to the enclosure, and fifteen seconds thereafter, fighting resumes.
The tracking compass is given to players from the beginning of the game. After 30 seconds, you are able to use it to find players, and the middle of the map. The needle will always point towards the closest player. Once the first 30 seconds have passed, you are able to find other players on the map. When holding the compass in hand, a purple boss bar will show at the top of your screen. All players in the direction you are facing are shown, and as you turn, more players are exposed. Players at a higher/lower/equal Y-level relative to the holder will appear as a ^/v/x, the middle of the map is denoted with a ✲, and your teammate is denoted with the first character of their username in light green.
These loadouts of equipment will be given out to all surviving players one minute into a game. Players can choose from a variety of different kits, each one sporting a different set of items, and they can be upgraded in the lobby to bestow more/better items.
There are three distinct classifications of kits. Basic Kits, represented in light gray in the table below, are available from the very start to all players, while Advanced Kits, denoted in light yellow, must be bought with coins. Lastly, Ultimate Kits, displayed in light blue, have tiered achievements as a prerequisite.
|Name||Description||Tier I Equipment||Cost|
|Archer||Ranged attacks.||Bow||Leather Helmet||Leather Boots||Arrow (x16)|
|Meatmaster||Harvest those mobs!||Wooden Sword (Looting I)||Leather Helmet||Leather Boots||Cow Spawn Egg (x2)||Steak (x2)|
|Speleologist||It means you like caves||Iron Pickaxe||Iron Helmet||Leather Boots||Mooshroom Spawn Egg||Bowl|
|Baker||Mmm, food!||Wooden Sword||Leather Helmet||Leather Chestplate||Bread (x4)||Cake|
|Knight||Keep fighting!||Wooden Sword||Leather Helmet||Golden Boots|
|Guardian||Guarding for eternity.||Stone Axe||Leather Chestplate||Potion of Health Boost I (20:00)|
|Scout||Keep running!||Leather Chestplate||Potion of Speed (x3) (0:15)||Splash Potion of Slow II (0:06)||Splash Potion of Invisibility II (0:10)|
|Hunter||Chase down your prey!||Bow (Unbreaking I)||Wooden Axe||Leather Chestplate||Leather Leggings||Arrow (x8)|
|Hype Train||Can't stop this!||Stone Axe||Leather Helmet||Minecart||Rails (x16)||Powered Rail (x3)||Redstone Torch (x3)|
|Fisherman||Here - fishy fishy.||Fishing Rod (Sharpness II, Unbreaking I)||Leather Helmet||Cooked Fish (x2)|
|Armorer||Not quite a bodyguard||Leather Helmet||Leather Chestplate (Protection I, Blast Protection I)||Leather Leggings (Protection I, Blast Protection I)||Leather Boots||Cookie|
|Horsetamer||It's a real horse I ride||Wooden Axe (Infinity I)||Leather Helmet||Leather Boots||Horse Spawn Egg||Apple (x3)||Saddle||100,000|
|Astronaut||One mini step for man.||Wooden Axe||Chainmail Boots (Feather Falling III)||Potion of Resistance I (x2) (0:10)||30,000|
|Troll||Trololololol.||Leather Chestplate||Ocelot Spawn Egg||Stick (Sharpness II, Smite II, Bane of Arthropods II||Snowball (x32)||35,000|
|Reaper||Lurking in the darkness||Iron Helmet||Leather Leggings||Stone Hoe (Sharpness III)||10,000|
|RedDragon||You saw it here first||Wooden Axe||Leather Helmet (Fire Protection III)||Leather Chestplate (Fire Protection III)||Magma Cube Spawn Egg||Splash Potion of Fire Resistance II (0:17)||50,000|
|Toxicologist||Make them taste their own medicine||Wooden Axe||Leather Leggings||Splash Potion of Poison II (x2) (0:03)||Potion of Regen II (0:06)||30,000|
|Rogue||Sneak attack!||Wooden Axe||Leather Helmet||Leather Chestplate||Leather Boots||30,000|
|Warlock||Draining is existence.||Wooden Sword (Unbreaking X)||Leather Helmet||Leather Chestplate||20,000|
|SlimeySlime||It's kinda Slimey||Stone Axe (Knockback I)||Chainmail Helmet (Projectile Protection IV)||Slime Spawn Egg||Splash Potion of Slow II (0:06)||20,000|
|Jockey||Spawn a friend, to fight a foe!||Wooden Sword (Smite X, Bane Of Arthropods X)||Black Leather Chestplate (Unbreaking I)||Black Leather Leggings (Unbreaking I)||Skeleton Jockey Egg||5,000|
|Golem||May the ancient rise again||Wooden Axe||Leather Chestplate (Unbreaking III)||Leather Boots (Unbreaking III)||25,000|
|Viking||Fear my axe.||Wooden Axe||Leather Helmet||Leather Chestplate||Leather Boots||Boat||Cooked Fish (x2)||10,000|
|Shadow Knight||I'm not batman.||Wooden Axe||Leather Leggings||Leather Boots||Wither Skeleton Skull (Protection I, Feather Falling I)||15,000|
|Pigman||Bacon from Hell.||Golden Sword (Unbreaking X)||Leather Leggings (Unbreaking I)||Leather Boots (Unbreaking I)||Zombie Pigman Spawn Egg (comes equipped with )||Splash Potion of Harming I (0:01)||10,000|
|Paladin||Justice.||Wooden Sword||Leather Helmet (Unbreaking I)||Leather Chestplate (Unbreaking I)||Splash Potion of Healing I||20,000|
|Necromancer||Living dead mobs||Bow||Chainmail Helmet||Chainmail Boots||Zombie Spawn Egg||Skeleton Spawn Egg||Arrow (x10)||30,000|
|Florist||Every rose has its thorn||Stone Axe||Leather Helmet (Unbreaking X, Thorns I)||Leather Boots (Unbreaking X, Thorns I)||Rose (Knockback I)||Melon (x4)||10,000|
|Diver||Dive deep into Blitz.||Wooden Axe||Leather Helmet (Respiration I, Aqua Affinity I)||Leather Boots (Depth Strider I)||10,000|
|Arachnologist||Some people might be scared||Wooden Axe||Leather Helmet||Leather Leggings||Leather Boots||Spider Spawn Egg||30,000|
|Blaze||Burn, baby burn.||Stone Axe (Fire Aspect I, 0 uses)||Wooden Sword||Leather Boots (Fire Protection II)||Blaze Spawn Egg||20,000|
|Wolftamer||Howl at the moon!||Wooden Axe||Chainmail Boots||Wolf Spawn Egg||Rotten Flesh (x10)||40,000|
|Tim||The Enchanter||Wooden Sword||Leather Leggings||Bottle o' Enchanting (x3)||Apple (x2)||40,000|
|Farmer||Me chicken be layin' eggs||Wooden Sword||Chainmail Boots||Chicken Spawn Egg||Egg (x3)||Roast Chicken (x4)||10,000|
|Creepertamer||Explosions are tasty.||Wooden Axe||Gold Chestplate (Blast Protection II)||Creeper Spawn Egg||TNT||30,000|
|Snowman||Full of festive spirit||Wooden Axe||White Leather Helmet||Snowman Spawn Egg||Snowball (x16)||Carrot (x4)||385,000|
|Ranger||Gone beyond the wall||Bow (Power I)||Leather Chestplate (Protection I)||Leather Leggings (Protection I)||Chainmail Boots (Protection I)||Arrow (x16)||Ranged Combat V|
|Donkeytamer||The finest loot||Stone Axe||Donkey Spawn Egg||Wheat||Mob Master V|
|Phoenix||Reborn from the ashes||Bow||Gold Helmet||Leather Chestplate (Unbreaking I)||Leather Leggings (Unbreaking I)||Gold Boots||(x3)||Kit Collector V|
|Warrior||Pure combat||Stone Axe (Sharpness I)||Leather Chestplate (Protection I)||Leather Boots (Protection I)||Splash Potion of Speed I/Regeneration I (0:04)||Steak||Fighting Expert V|
Basic and Advanced Kits are levelled up using coins, while Ultimate Kits require Kit EXP instead.
|Tier||Cost (Basic/Advanced)||Cost (Ultimate)|
This tool allows you to change where in the inventory a kit's items will appear upon recieving them. It also features an option to automatically equip a kit's armor if it's better than what is currently being worn. Additionally, all items save for potions can be renamed for 10 Mystery Dust apiece.
The Prestige system in Blitz Survival Games provides further upgrades after attaining to Level X with a kit. Prestige I for any kit costs 2,000,000 coins and grants +1 coin per kill, the names of the kit and its items turn a golden color, and unlocks the Prestige Finisher for use by that specific kit.
A powerful artifact for which the game is named, the Blitz Star grants a special ability to whoever can find it. When three minutes have elapsed in a game, all players are given a 5% chance to find it in a chest, which increases by 5% for every chest that they open. A well-used Blitz Star can turn the tide of a game in the bearer's favor, however, all are disabled in the thirty seconds leading up to a Deathmatch.
All Blitz Stars denoted in light orange activate their powers instantly, while all those in light blue bestow upon the user an item that can be used at their leisure.
These abilities bestow a small buff upon killing another player, only one of which can be equipped at a time. Speed is available from the start, and all others cost 5,000 coins.
Taunts are a minor ability that players can call upon in a gamble for more coins. Running /taunt will put the user in a Taunt state, which takes 2 seconds to charge, lasts 15 seconds, notifies all survivors of your Taunt, and can only be used once per game. Getting a kill with a Taunt active will award the Taunter with extra coins, but being killed while Taunting will bequeath the bonus to the killer instead, and display in the chat as: "PLAYERNAME humiliated themselves while taunting. But why ?"
Unranked players will only have the Default and Prestige Taunts available for them to buy with coins, while donators will be able to choose from a selection of several.
Auras are arrangements of particles that appear around donators.
Victory Dances are cosmetic items that trigger upon winning a game, all of which are donator-exclusive.
Finishers are short animations that trigger upon killing a player. All of them save for Prestige must be bought with Mystery Dust, and are not restricted exclusively for donators.
Determines how your total kill counter next to one's name appears.
|Alexandria||HP Build Team||Yes||No||24|
|Alice||HP Build Team||Yes||Yes||24|
|Bastion||HP Build Team||Yes||No||24|
|Caelum||Mithrintia||Yes||No||This map was inspiration for SkyWars||12|
|Caelum v2||HP Build Team||Yes||No||16|
|Cattle Drive||?||Yes||Yes||The first teams map to have less than 24 players.||16|
|City||HP Build Team||Yes||Yes||Formerly removed||24|
|Dark Stone||HP Build Team||No||Yes||24|
|Despair v2||Mithrintia||Yes||Yes||Formerly removed||24|
|Docks v2||Mithrintia||Yes||No||Formerly removed||24|
|Egypt||HP Build Team||Yes||Yes||24|
|K'Tulu Island||CephyrMC||No||Yes||Formerly Solo||24|
|Mirador Basin||HP Build Team||No||Yes||24|
|Moon Base||HP Build Team||Yes||Yes||24|
|Persia||?||No||Yes||Originally built for Hypixel Mobile||24|
|Pixeville||HP Build Team||Yes||No||32|
|Proxima||HP Build Team||Yes||Yes||24|
|Rainforest||HP Build Team||Yes||No||Removed||28|
|Riverside||HP Build Team||Yes||No||24|
|Sea Floor||HP Build Team||Yes||No||24|
|Shroom Valley||HP Build Team||Yes||No||24|
|Stoneguard||HP Build Team||No||Yes||24|
- Prior to the historic revision to Minecraft's EULA in June 2014 that forbade giving gameplay advantages to donators on multiplayer networks, donators were able to gain exclusive access to certain kits. After the revision, they still kept those kits that were opened to them solely because of their rank.
- The Snowman kit was originally sold on the Hypixel Store in a limited run to 50 players with real life currency. EULA changes made it so that Snowman could be purchased by any player, though it's unlock price is very high to compensate.
- Advanced Kits formerly required a Hypixel Level requirement alongside a standard price tag. It is unknown when the level requirement was removed.