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WorldEdit for Spigot

WorldEdit is an in-game Minecraft map editor that allows users to change the environment quickly and easily.

This tool offers commands and “brushes” that allow users to create, replace, or delete thousands of blocks within seconds.

In addition, users can use this tool to perform terraforming tasks, including shaping spheres, cylinders, and other forms.

WorldEdit also allows users to copy, paste, load, and save areas as schematics.

Users can input mathematical expressions to generate terrain and use “brush tools” to carve out mountains, ravines, and more.

It’s one of the oldest Minecraft projects (Bukkit/Spigot/Paper) and allows users to restore areas instantly from backups.

In this article, you’ll learn how to download WorldEdit for Spigot and if the Bukkit version works on your Minecraft server.

Does WorldEdit for Bukkit work in Spigot?

Yes, WorldEdit for Bukkit works in Spigot as it’s compatible with it.

This is because Spigot is a fork of Bukkit, so any Bukkit plugin (including WorldEdit) is compatible with Spigot.

Hence, you don’t need to download a Spigot version of it.

That said, the plugin is fairly intensive, so your server needs to have sufficient RAM to run it.

WorldEdit for Spigot

WorldEdit for Bukkit is compatible with Spigot.

To download WorldEdit for Spigot, you simply need to download the WorldEdit Bukkit plugin.

How to download WorldEdit for Spigot:

  1. Go to https://www.curseforge.com/minecraft/bukkit-plugins/worldedit.
  2. Click on the “Download button”.
  3. Go to your server’s config files > plugins > upload > worldedit.jar file.
  4. Save the plugins folder and restart your server.

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