World import guide

Loading up and sharing Minecraft worlds is easy, but can be confusing for beginners. A few small things need to be considered to get the best result from your new map. Stick to this guide and don’t hesitate to ask me for further questions.

For any import method, it is recommended to apply the following Gamerules or WorldGuard flags:

  • Disable leaf-decay
  • Disable fire-spreading
  • Disable world altering by animals and mobs
  • Disable damage

World folder

By default, the world I deliver includes the recommended gamerules. If you wish, edit the gamerules yourself ingame or manage them in specific regions with the plugin World Guard.

  1. Download the file I sent you into your world saves folder.
    C:/Users/username/AppData/Roaming/.minecraft/saves
  2. Load up Minecraft and enter the world
  1. Download the world folder I sent you and place it into your Minecraft servers directory.
  2. Open the server.properties file and edit the value of world= to match the world folder.
  3. Restart your server

Schematic

Schematics are a lightweight file, easily mergeable with an already existing world.

  1. Install the latest versions of the mod loader Fabric, the modifications Fabric API and WorldEdit
  2. Download the file I sent you into your local schematics folder.
    C:/Users/%user%/AppData/Roaming/.minecraft/config/worldedit/schematics
  3. Enter your world and get to the pasting location.
  4. Load up the Schematics list and select your file:
    //schem list
  5. Type the pasting command:
    //paste -aebs
  1. Install the latest version of the plugin FastAsyncWorldedit on your server
  2. Upload your Schematic file to Worldedits schematic folder directory:
    /plugins/FastAsyncWorldEdit/schematics
  3. Enter your server and get to the pasting location.
  4. Load up the Schematics list and select your file:
    //schem list
  5. Type the pasting command:
    //paste -aebs


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