Hey, so you've bought a build and are now wondering how to upload a Minecraft world to your server? This article will ensure that upon purchasing any builds from us, you can be carefree for the rest of the setup. For the rest of the process to go smoothly, we’ll need you to download the following plugins:
Now, there are two ways to upload a map. You can either upload the world folder directly to the server configuration directory, or you can upload the schematic, create a new world, then load and paste the schematic.
The first option saves you more time, however, the second option allows for more flexibility when creating the world.
We suggest taking the first approach and uploading the world file.
Uploading the world file
To upload the world file, you’ll have to open up your server’s console panel, navigate to the File Manager, and then upload the world file. That’s it.
Once you’re in-game, you can type in /mv reload. After the plugin has been reloaded, type in /mvtp <map_Name>.
Uploading the schematic
To upload the schematic file, you’ll have to open up your server’s console panel, navigate to the File Manager, open up the plugins folder, find FastAsyncWorldEdit, and upload the .schem file to the FastAsyncWorldEdit’s “schematics” folder.
Once you’re in-game, you can type in /fawe reload. This will reload the FastAsyncWorldEdit plugin and its configuration files.
Setting up the Build
You’ll now probably want to create a world to paste your newly acquired build.
To do that, you’ll run the commands in this particular order:
Create a new VOID world
/mvcreate <map_Name> NORMAL -g voidgen
Teleport to the created world
Stop Leaves from despawning
/mvrule randomTickSpeed 0 <map_Name>
Load & Paste the map into the world
//schem load <map_Name>
Set the Spawn location
Go to the desired new player spawn location and type: