WorldEdit Commands

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    You have access to WorldEdit in PartyZone creative if you're Elite or up. To buy a rank go to store.mcpz.net

    F3 + H will make minecraft number IDs appear above items when hovering above them in inventory. Mac users use Fn + F3 + H to add IDs.

    Used to set positions; right click for one position and left click for another.
    Sets co-ords of positions at legs
    Sets the selected area including and between your positions to a certain block(s).
    Example:
    • //set 5 sets the selected area as oak wood planks.
    • //set 50%5,20%123,30%1 sets the selected area as 50% oak wood planks, 20% redstone lamps and 30% stone.
    Walls enables you to create a wall of a certain type of block(s).
    Example:
    • //walls 5 Creates a wall from position 1 to position 2 out of oak wood planks.
    Used to replace a certain block(s) in the selected area to another block(s).
    Example:
    • //replace 1 5 replaces the stone in the selected area with oak wood planks.
    • //replace 5 leaving the first entry blank, it automatically uses 0 (air), replacing all the air in the selected area with oak wood planks.
    • //replace 1 50%5,50%2 replaces the stone in the selected area with 50% oak wood planks and 50% grass.
    Undos your last WorldEdit command or multiple (example //undo 5) and //redo undoes your undo.
    Binds a brush command to a tool (example a pickaxe) and whenever you right-click on a block, it performs the command.
    Example:
    • //brush sphere 5 2 Once used, makes a sphere with a radius of 2 out of oak wood planks.
    • //none removes the ability to use the sphere on the tool.
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    Mask prevents you from changing any blocks with your brush other than desired one(s)
    Example:
    • //mask 5 When using the //brush sphere on a tool, //mask 5 will make sure the brush only affects wood oak planks.

    "//mask !0" lets you edit all blocks but air
     
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