Servers are a large part of Mindustry in that they offer the ability to play the game with other people. There are two main types of servers; dedicated servers and local LAN servers. Dedicated servers are standalone, headless versions of the game that are focused only on providing a means for people to play Multiplayer. They are usually run on a computer as a separate program rather than in-game, and are operated from the terminal. They are also more versatile and powerful in that they have many commands to provide the administrator with more control over it, and they can easily be modded to fit the administrator's needs. You can connect to one using the "Join Game" button under the "Play" menu. Also unlike local LAN servers, once you add a server, it will automatically show up on your server list when you open it, and the game will automatically check the server's status.
Local LAN & Steam Servers
Also, as Joanna points out, men and women already inhabit a separate culture. As Joanna said, marriage takes some work no matter what, but being married to your best friend, and listening to the spirit brings great blessings. The brethren have taught that there is an ideal pattern for marriage. If things get even more serious, try getting her to sign a pre-nup that neither she, nor her family will try to convert you. I love my job very much and it has give me many joys, but stimultaneus many hours apart from my children, my husband and my mother when there is a need. It would be foolish to acquiesce a Mormon girl to drink coffee. But I'm still thinking about him. This sub is a great place to do that.
I know my husband appreciates me looking into it because he knows I am doing it to gain an understanding into the culture he was raised in. I mean, I get where it comes from but it's so ridiculous. I am 27, LDS, and 5 days away from marrying my own amazing non-Mormon man.
I tell her there's no pressure and we'll just see how things play out. But realistically, if she is not open minded enough to even listen to someone who has a contrasting view of the church - how will she not continually discount you and your lack of beliefs. These are things your wife may consider matter-of-fact and you may be surprised by if you don't discuss them now. My Buddhist husband likes Mormons and even going to church. And can you talk about hard things together. Marrying a non-Mormon is not something you do it is something that happens. Why would you behave any different now. Of course my parents love each other very much and would not choose another spouse, which is why her response caught me off guard. Not sure if you are, or not. There is much that needs to change and many hearts to educate but if we doubt some of the fundamentals then why not all of them.