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is there a way to have multiple worlds on a minecraft server, and how do i do it?

i have multiverse 2 and lobbyapi installed on my server.

update: i want to have a specific overworld world link up with a specific nether world. is there a way to do that?

Edited by DevTurtle
adding nether request

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It's been years since I've done this but you already have the plugin. You can either create worlds in-game or through terminal, or import worlds as well. Some things may have changed but to import a world, I put the folder the world was in, in the root directory of the server location. An example command would be something like "/mv import worldname normal."

Portals can also be created but all of this is well documented and you'd have better luck following youtube videos or reading through the command reference. https://github.com/Multiverse/Multiverse-Core/wiki/Command-Reference


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