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Brands and Domains

Here, you can find information on various domains and properties we own and/or maintain. You will see various logos (if they exist) as well as a list of all domain names that are (or were formerly) part of the Chaotic United Network.

Domain Names

Registration Date Domain Property/Brand
2011-04-26 Chaotic United Gaming Community
2014-09-05 Chaotic United Network
2014-02-05 Nuclear District Online Gaming Community
2016-01-12 Elaztek Studios (not a member of the Chaotic United Network)
2015-11-07 United AlyCraft
2016-10-06* Tidal Wave Gaming
2015-10-09 Tidal Wave Gaming
2015-02-19* Hurricane Craft
2015-09-15 MineDNS
2016-06-20* Ruin Community
2015-09-12* Poke-Masters
2017-07-27* Rune Rage
2015-11-17 MineTopList
2015-10-04 Kaos Gaming
2016-02-05 Chaotic District
2014-0?-??* Chaotic District
* Registration date is innacurate either due to domain expiry and re-registration, or due to an unknown date entirely.


Over the years, many "brands" have merged, partnered with, or were acquired by Chaotic United - "brands" referring to any other community, server, or other entity. While many of these brands are no longer in operation today, some remain active - either in tandem with Chaotic United or independently from it.

A brief summary of many of these brands can be listed below, detailing their history and involvement with Chaotic United, and the current status of each - be it independent, closed, or otherwise. Some of the brands listed have no domain associated with them, and as such may not appear in the above domain list.

Brand Name Information and Status
Chaotic Reborn Originally created due to disputes between Chaotic United leadership in January 2017, later merged and was formally absolved back into Chaotic United on April 23, 2017. Its Discord server continued to exist privately until it was deleted February 2023.
The Chaotic Network (TCN) Created during the lifetime of Chaotic Reborn as a shared Discord server between the leadership of Chaotic Reborn, Chaotic Phoenix, The Blizzard Project, and Chaotic United. It was intended to help offer a line of contact to help reduce tensions between Chaotic United and the other parties. Was closed down after Chaotic Reborn merged into Chaotic United.
The Blizzard Project Originally created due to disputes between Chaotic United leadership in January 2017, later closed and was informally absolved into Chaotic United sometime during Spring 2017.
WindFrontier Originally merged with Chaotic United in January 2017, ultimately became independent on April 23, 2017. Hosted a Minecraft and TTT server, but by 2018 hosted nothing outside of its Discord server. Remained online with limited activity until January 12, 2024, where the Discord server was deleted entirely and WindFrontier was formally closed.
Elaztek Studios Originally dormant, intended to be a sub-brand of CU. Launched as an independent project, largely detached from CU, on April 23, 2017. Elaztek Studios was later partnered with Chaotic United in the folowing years. As of January 2023, was organized as a formal LLC and acts as the parent organization of Chaotic United.
Chaotic Phoenix (Phoenix Empire) Was parterned under The Chaotic Network and underwent several name changes, including Chaotic Phoenix, Phoenix Empire, and Sinclair Enterprise Industries. Broke contact with Chaotic United after the closure of The Chaotic Network in Spring 2017, and never formally launched any services outside of Discord.
KaizerCraft (CybercraftSG, FrnsSurvival) Initially merged with Chaotic United in Fall/Winter 2014, however chose to separate later on due to various disagreements and disputes. Later closed operation entirely, however its domain and Minecraft server IP was purchased by Chaotic United many years later, and its Minecraft worlds from during the merge in 2014 were publicly released for download by Chaotic United in early 2021.
NDPack NDPack (also known as Flans Mod for Nuclear District) was a custom modpack that was intended to be used for Nuclear District's modded Minecraft server. It saw limited use and was ultimately shelved in favor of using standard modpacks, such as Resonant Rise, FTB Trident, and FTB Horizons.
Brink of Chaos Brink of Chaos was a custom modpack created by Chaotic United for its modded MC server in 2018. It continued to receive updates and fixes until it was retired in 2020, and replaced by Age of Rebirth.
Project: Prospect Project: Prospect was a planned custom modpack by Chaotic United, that was intended to feature a large amount of custom mods, and would include offerings such as bosses, dungeons, loot, social spaces, and more. It was heavily inspired by the style of gameplay found in Destiny/Destiny 2, and was intended to feature a similar atmosphere and setting to those games - taking place in a sci-fi setting. Limited development of the modpack was done, with it eventually being placed on indefinite hold. Several small pieces of music were composed for the project, however these never got beyond an early draft stage. There are currently no future plans to develop the project.
Age of Rebirth Age of Rebirth is the successor modpack to Brink of Chaos. It was created by Chaotic United in 2020, and is generally a more focused experience than Brink of Chaos - with a stronger emphasis on technical and sci-fi mods. It continues to be updated and maintained to this day.

Logo History

Various logos have been used to represent these various brands. All relevant logos can be found below.

Chaotic United

Logo 1 'Toxic'

One of the oldest known CU logos, this logo was used on CU in 2011.

Logo 2 'Green'

In 2012, Chaotic United updated its logo to have a new look - and to sport a new green color.

Logo 2.1 'Blue'

Later in 2012, Chaotic United's new Green logo got a color change back to the original Blue colors.

Logo 3 'Digital'

In early 2013, a new logo was made for CU. It was once again continuing the Blue tradition.

Logo 4 'Graphed'

Also in early 2013, a different logo was used for the new CU website.

Logo 5 'Thorns'

Mid-2013, the new CU website was given a logo refresh.

Logo 6 'Flame'

Later in 2013, Chaotic United updated its logo once again. This time, MikeStardust had designed it and it was used from then on.

Logo 6.1 'Flame HD'

In 2015, Chaotic United updated its logo again. They no longer had contact with MikeStardust, so they remade the logo in HD.

Logo 6.2 'Flame HD+'

Mid-2013, the new CU website was given a logo refresh.

Nuclear District

Logo 1 'Nuclear'

After Nuclear District broke from the old CU, this was their first logo.

Logo 1.1 'Orange'

This logo was rarely used, except for the ND Donation store for their MC server.

Logo 2 'Bullseye'

In 2015, Nuclear District updated its logo, with a more modern look and an emblem that resembled a bullseye.

Logo 3 'Reactor'

Later in 2015, after the new CU and ND merged, Nuclear District changed their logo to resemble a nuclear reactor.

Logo 4 'Nuclear 2.0'

In 2016, Nuclear District brought forward a new logo that resembled the original logo for ND. This time, it was more modern and used yellow instead of orange.

Logo 5 'Hex'

This logo was planned for a new website update that would never be seen. It sported a similiar color scheme, but was more geometric than before.


Tidal Wave Gaming

Tidal Wave Gaming only had one official logo - this.

Hurricane Craft

When Hurricane Craft took leadership of CU's website, this was the logo they applied to it.

Chaotic District

In the early days of the CU Revival, it went under a different name - Chaotic District. This was its logo.

Chaotic United (Classic Remakes)

These logos are HD re-creations of some classic CU logos. These have never been used in any significant official capacity, however they are periodically used as stand-ins for earlier logos in certain areas of the website, such as for announcement images and other banners.

Toxic HD

This is an (incomplete) recreation of the original 2011 logo. The primary logo is largely finished, however the 'Gaming Community' subtitle is currently absent.

Toxic HD (Downscaled)

This is the same as 'Toxic HD', however it's downscaled to the original logo's resolution. This was tested during the designing of the logo in order to achieve as close to a 1:1 result as possible - by comparing the downscaled export to the original directly.

Green HD

This is a redesigned version of the Green logo used in 2012.

Blue HD

This is a redesigned version of the Blue logo used in 2012.

Digital HD

This is a redesigned version of the 'Digital' logo used in 2012/2013.