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Last modified on Jun 29, 2020 in plugins
WorldEdit is on pretty much every Minecraft server that runs plugins. This is because it is a huge help to build the incredible spawns and builds that you see on servers. On top of that, WorldEdit makes it very easy to copy builds from one server to another, and you can even use WorldEdit to remove things from your server using the //cut feature. If you need to replace one block with another, you can do that with the //replace [from block] [to block]. This plugin is commonly used with WorldGuard, another very popular plugin.
And that is just scratching the surface of everything WorldEdit can do. Need to create a cylinder? WorldEdit can do it. Move something from one server to another? WorldEdit can do it using a schematic. What about copying something on your server? You can do that by making a selection and doing //copy and then //paste where you are pasting the build. Overall, WorldEdit is a super in-depth plugin with tons of different options, and it really is a must-have on any hosted Minecraft server.
This plugin has quite literally hundreds of different functions that let you modify the world around you or remove different problems that may plague your world. Some of the key features are as follows:
The base command for WorldEdit is //wand, this will give you a tool (usually a wooden axe although the physical item can be changed in the plugin’s config file) From there you can do pretty much anything you’d like regarding world modification.
Full Commands List: http://wiki.sk89q.com/wiki/WorldEdit/Reference
WorldEdit is a dynamic plugin that can be used for many different things such as: