How to install a PhoenixBuilds map
Basic guide on how to install a built
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How to Load WORLD Files
WORLD files can be loaded into minecraft using a plugin called MULTIVERSECORE (for servers), if you want to load the map in singleplayer, you should only unzip the initial ZIP / RAR file and there will be a folder with the name of the map, just put this folder inside Minecraft saves.
Before loading the map make sure it is compatible with the version of your minecraft server.
Then watch the tutorial on how to Import a world with Multiverse Core
How to Add Extra Worlds to Your Minecraft Server (Multiverse Core).
How to Load .Schematic Files
Schematic files can be loaded into Minecraft using a plugin called WorldEdit. There are two versions of WorldEdit, the original and FastAsyncWorldEdit (FAWE). FAWE is much better for loading large schematic files however both work. The links for either plugin are below.
Remember something, the .schem files are for versions 1.13 or higher, and the .schematic files are for versions 1.12 or lower.
Installing WorldEdit on Singleplayer Minecraft
Installing WorldEdit on a Minecraft Server:
All Minecraft builds sold on Phoenix pre-built store are in a schematic file and world file. The file will be available for download after purchasing the product. To open the file, the client must download the plugin FastAsyncWorldEdit (Download: https://intellectualsites.github.io/download/fawe.html). Once the schematic file is downloaded and FAWE is installed, put the schematic file in the “schematics” folder in pluginsasyncworldeditschematics. You will have to use FTP to do this or a program such as FileZilla. Once the schematic file is in the schematics folder, launch Minecraft, join the server, and do //schematic load [schematic filename]. Then paste the build using //paste or //paste -a.
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