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Kits are classes which can be selected in any game on Mineplex. Different kits grant players different abilities and inventory items. There can be as few as one kit in a game to as many as 21; the latter being the case in Search and Destroy. In Dominate and Team Deathmatch, players can select from different classes, but those classes can be customised even further to allow for a greater diversity of gameplay.

Some kits need to be bought with Gems in order to be unlocked; after a kit is bought, that kit can be used indefinitely. For Achievement Kits, after completing all achievements specified, the kit will automatically become unlocked; there is no need to buy it. Before the EULA Update, having Ultra or Hero unlocked all kits in all games; this was changed on August 1st, 2014.

Kits can be selected in the main lobby by right clicking a game icon in the Quick Compass, or clicking on the

Kit selection for BH 2019

The kit selection GUI for the Block Hunt game.

button underneath the corresponding game npc. It is also possible to chose a kit in a game before the game starts by typing in '/kit'. A GUI will pop up, allowing you to select whatever kit you want. You can also purchase a kit from there. Kit usually cost between 2000 and 5000 gems.

New Kit Selection

Previous kit selection for Snake

Kit selection used to be found in a Game Wait Room, opposite of the Team Selection, with the big words SELECT KIT above. Kits were usually represented by immobile Zombies, Wither Skeletons, or Sheep dyed in the same color of the pedestal; for Zombies and Wither Skeletons, they hold or wear gear related to the kit's abilities. In SSM's case it had each individual mob instead of Zombies, Sheep, or Wither Skeletons. These mobs stood on a pedestal of colored wool and stone bricks slabs; the color of the wool is determined by what has to be done in order to unlock said kit. Free kits were represented by yellow wool, kits bought with Gems were green, and Achievement Kits were purple.

Before the EULA Update, some Gem kits could only be unlocked with the purchase of a rank.


Main article: Updates

November 7th, 2014 - Kits and Updates[]

October 31st, 2014 - Kits, Balance, Maps[]

October 24th, 2014 - Pumpkins, Kits, Maps[]

Achievement Kits[]

March 1st, 2014 - Weekend Update![]

  • Added Skeletal Horse Kit to Super Smash Mobs.

January 18th, 2014 - SSM Update[]

October 26th, 2013 - Halloween Live[]

October 12th, 2013 - Weekend Update[]

August 7th, 2013 - Bridge Update[]


  • Easier kit purchasing.
  • Green/red names on kits representing ownership of that kit.