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WorldEdit is an easy-to-use in-game world editor for Minecraft, supporting both single player and multiplayer, that lets you:

  • Change thousands of blocks in an area at once by selecting regions.
  • Use over 100 functions to modify the world or remove problems.
  • Remove large chunks of land as you wish.
  • Sculpt the world and build mountains with brushes.
  • Fix annoyances such as broken water, missing snow, raging fires, and more.

Remember that WorldEdit is open source.

Installation

Note: If you can't copy chests (they get emptied), then your version of WorldEdit is either incomplete (work in progress) or it is the wrong version (if you are using Bukkit).

For single player / LAN server

Never modded before? Don't have any clue? See how our tutorial for installing WorldEdit.

Platform MC Version Get It Installation Help
Minecraft Forge (work in progress) MC 1.6.4 Download Install into mods/
LiteLoader (unofficial) MC 1.7.2+ Download How to install

For a Minecraft server

Platform MC Version Get It Installation Help
Bukkit All Download How to install
Minecraft Forge (work in progress) MC 1.6.4 Download Install into mods/
MCPC+ / Cauldron Use the Bukkit plugin (for now)
Canary (unofficial) Unknown Download

For schools and classrooms

Platform Get It Installation Help
MinecraftEdu Comes with MinecraftEdu Comes with MinecraftEdu

Upgrading from a previous version? See the upgrade notes.

Usage

Tip: If you still need help understanding something, ask on the forum, or join us on IRC.

Introduction

Regions

Clipboard

Generation

Utilities

Restoring from backups

Other topics

Support

Need help with WorldEdit?

Tip: If you still need help understanding something, ask on the forum, or join us on IRC.

Development

Want to help develop WorldEdit? See our development page.

See our API page for discussion of the API and links to Javadocs.




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