WorldEdit is a tool which is powerful. With this tool, you are able to modify whole worlds in Minecraft. Also, you are able to use it as a mod for your single-player worlds or as a plugin for your Bukkit servers. In WorldEdit, you will need an axe so that you are able to use commands. Now, how to get the axe in WorldEdit? We will inform you here.
How to get the WorldEdit axe? You are able to use the base command //wand. By using this command, it will give you a tool. The tool is usually a wooden axe. But of course, the physical item can be changed in the plugin’s config file. From there, you are able to do a lot of things that you want regarding world modification.
There are a lot of commands that you are able to use in this WorldEdit tool. Some of the commands are listed below.
- //pos1 & //pos2 : you are able to set positions where your player model’s feet are.
- //expand : you are able to expand the selection the direction you are looking.
- //set : you are able to set all blocks in a chosen area to a specific block.
- //flip : you are able to flip the clipboard that you have copied.
- //rotate : you are able to rotate the clipboard that you have copied.
- //schem : it permits you to create a schematic of what you have copied.
- //replace : you are able to replace all non-air blocks in a region.
- //undo : you are able to undo your last action.
- //redo : you are able to redo your last undone action.
- //regen : you are able to regenerate the terrain in a selected area.
- //copy : you are able to copy the area within your selection.
- //cut : you are able to cut out the area within your selection.
- //paste : you are able to paste your copy or cut with relation to where you were when you performed the command.
If you want to know more about the commands that you are able to use in WorldEdit, you are able to access worldedit.enginehub.org.
If we talk about WorldEdit, some of you may not know the features that you are able to enjoy. Here are some of them.
- You are able to quickly create, replace or delete thousands of blocks in seconds.
- You will no longer waste time doing mundane activities like fixing badly flowing water.
- You are able to quickly create basic shapes like spheres, cylinders, and so on.
- You are able to copy areas, paste them, load them, and save them as .schematics.
- You are able to do cool things like input mathematical expressions to generate terrain.
- You are able to use “brush tools” to carve out mountains, ravines, and so on.
- You are able to use your compass to quickly teleport to areas by left clicking or using /jumpto.
- You are able to choose an area and have it instantly restored from backups.