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How to setup and install Multiverse

The Multiverse-Core plugin is a great way to add multiple worlds to your Minecraft server. This plugin allows you to create different dimensions, such as a Nether or End world. This article will cover the installation and setup process of Multiverse-Core plugin.

Your server needs to support Bukkit/Spigot plugins for this to work!

Table of Contents

Installing Multiverse-core

Getting Started with Multiverse-Core

Installing Multiverse-Core

Download Multiverse-Core here

Login to the control panel and navigate the “File Manager” category.

Upload the plugin file into the “plugins” folder.

Getting Started with Multiverse-Core

After installing the plugin, we will look into the Multiverse-Core plugin's basic features. We will cover both the basics of creating a new world and importing an existing one.

Generating New World

We can create a new world by using the /mv create command. You can type /mv create to view the /mv create command list.

If you want to create a normal survival world, you can do so by typing:

/mv create [World Name] normal. The term "normal" refers to a normal survival world.

Same as the Nether World and The End World. Replace "normal" with "nether" or "end" to create the Nether World or The End World.

Import An Existing World

We can also import a world map or a existing world with Multiverse-Core plugin as-well.

Before we start importing the world with the plugin, we will need to convert the world folder into .zip file.

After zipped the folder, navigate to your server’s “File Manager”

After that, upload the zip file to the home directory.

Now, we need to unarchive the zip file into the folder. To do so, you have to click on the “three dots” icon beside the upload date/time.

Hit the “Unarchive” button.

After it is unarchived, proceed to the console and type the following command /mv import [Folder Name] [Type]. If your world is created in a normal survival world, simply replace the type as “normal”, same as a nether world or a end world.

If you require any further assistance, please create a ticket here.

Created By: Jadyn W.

Updated on: 19/12/2023

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