Download my plot as a world download?

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  1. Raider_Ewexma

    Raider_Ewexma New Member

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    Is it possible to do that? I would love to have what i made in my plot in a diff world is there anyway to do this?
     
  2. Kayoz

    Kayoz Administrator
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    2 parts to this answer

    Firstly, you can download your plot like this:
    1. ./ps done (mark your plot at finished. this will make you unable to build on it until it is undone)
    2. ./ps download
    3. you will recieve a link, looking something like https://empcraft.com/fawe/?key=[a lot of numbers/letters]&type=schematic
    4. opening the link should allow a .schematic file to download. This file is your build stored in a special format that Minecraft understands (and a few other fun programs too!)
    Alternatively, you can get a staff member to do it.

    By 'different world', you are rather unclear.
    If you mean a different world within the Shadow Kingdom server, a staff member would be able to transfer the build there themself using WorldEdit.

    If you mean a single player world, this would be a bit more complicated.There are two ways you can do this:

    1. WorldEdit
    • Download your plot using the steps above
    • Download and install the Forge mod manager: https://files.minecraftforge.net/
    • Install WorldEdit using the steps/information here: http://www.9minecraft.net/worldedit/
    • Find the schematics folder in your .minecraft installation folder
    • Place the .schematic file of your build in there
    • Ingame, create a new world with cheats enabled.
    • //schem load <schematic name>
    • //paste (or //paste -a to not paste any air blocks)
    2. MCEdit
    • Download your plot using the steps above
    • Download the MCEdit program: https://www.mcedit.net/downloads.html
    • Unfortunately, I have not had much experience with MCEdit myself, so there isn't a lot I can do to help out in terms of using it, however there are a number of very useful tutorials online on how to import and save schematics into worlds!
    • After you have created a world with your build schematic in it, export it and move the world into your worlds folder in your .minecraft folder
    • You should be good to go!
    If any of these directions are at all unclear, please feel free to ask any questions
     
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  3. sh2mrr5

    sh2mrr5 Administrator
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    One further addition to that exptensive guide (Thanks, Kayoz!):

    /plot download is only available if you are at least a builder, which means you would have to go through the rankup process first.
     
  4. Raider_Ewexma

    Raider_Ewexma New Member

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    So why is there a rank up system to download our work? I feel that is kinda dumb i can understand a rank up needed to download more than one plot.
     

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