How To Use The Multiverse Core Plugin for Minecraft
Last modified on Jun 8, 2022 in Plugins
When playing vanilla Minecraft, spending plenty of time within your world is a crucial part of the gameplay experience. After playing through your world for a prolonged amount of time, you may wish to expand your efforts without directly giving up or modifying your existing world. Introducing Multiverse-Core, a plugin that directly aims to fix this problem by allowing multiple worlds to be created and accessed on a single server. Whether you have creative and survival worlds, minigames, or more, Multiverse can provide it all. Installing and starting with Multiverse-Core can be confusing for unfamiliar players, so we have created this Apex Hosting guide to ease you into the setup process.
Multiverse-Core is a massively popular plugin with over 5.4 million downloads on the Bukkit plugin page. Originally created around 2011, the plugin spans from earlier than 1.8 up to the current modern versions. Multiverse-Core allows you to have multiple worlds accessible on one server, allowing for different experiences across each of them in minigames or gamemodes.
- Navigate to the Multiverse bukkit page.
- Press the
Filebutton near the top of the page.
- Locate the version required for your server version.
- Press the download button, then save the .jar to your computer.
- Navigate to the Apex Server Panel, then stop the server.
- Scroll down to the
- Ensure the server is running a plugin-compatible version such as PaperMC.
- Proceed to the
FTP File Accesson the left-hand side, then log in.
- Locate or create the
pluginsfolder, then enter it.
Uploadin the top-left, then drag + drop the .jar file to upload it.
- Restart the server to load up any changes.
How to Get Started
Generating a New World
With Multiverse-Core, generating an extra Minecraft world is as easy as entering a command into the console.
These commands use the
/mv create [WorldName] [Type] format. Examples include:
- /mv create WorldName normal – Generate a random overworld.
- /mv create WorldName normal -t FLAT – Generate a superflat overworld.
- /mv create WorldName nether – Generate a Nether world.
- /mv create WorldName end – Generate an End world
Importing an Existing World
Alternatively, an existing world can be uploaded and used as well. This can be beneficial for uploading your favorite worlds or including possible minigames.
Loading the World
For detailed instructions on how to upload a world, visit our guide here.
- Using a program such as 7-ZIP, zip the world you wish to use.
- Use FTP to upload your world to the panel.
- Once uploaded, navigate to the
FTP File Accessto unzip your world.
- In-game, use the following command:
/mv import [YourWorldName] [Type]
Both the name and world type will need to match the one that is being uploaded. Examples may include:
- /mv import SurvivalWorld normal
- /mv import MyNether nether
- /mv import world_the_end end
/mv create [WorldName] [Type] – Create a specific world type on the server.
/mv import [WorldName] [Type] – Import an existing world for use.
/mv set spawn – Set the respawn point for a world.
/mv tp [Player] [World] – Teleport a player into a different world.
/mv unload [World] – Unloads a world from the server.
/mv load [World] – Enables an unloaded world.
/mv gamerule [Rule] [Value] [WorldName] – Sets a gamerule for a specific world.
Consider visiting the Multiverse-Core Command page for more information on commands and their usage.
With that, you should now know how to install and operate the basics of the Multiverse-Core plugin. With the ability to add and customize each world directly, there is no limit to what can be achieved. Whether you add a spawn hub world, have a creative world, minigames, and more, Multiverse-Core is a must-have for server hosts and players alike. Gather your worlds and prepare to embark across a multi-world journey.
Multiverse commands are not working:
Oftentimes, this occurs because the plugin did not load up properly. First, visit the main panel page and ensure your server is running a version like Paper or Spigot. Afterwards, visit the FTP File Access and make sure the file was uploaded directly into the
plugins folder. Once this has been confirmed, restart the server once again.
I don’t have permission to use commands:
When this occurs, it often means that your character has not been opped through the server console. To fix this, visit the console tab on your server, then enter op YourUsername to give your player command access. If you have a permissions plugin such as Luckperms, you may need to configure it manually.