WorldEdit

In-game world editor. Use it to repair griefing, or just create awesome buildings in seconds.

Building Developer Tools World Maintenance and Tools

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For Minetest 5.0 and above

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The ultimate in-game world editing tool for Minetest! Tons of functionality to help with building, fixing, and more.

For more information, see the forum topic at the Minetest forums.

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  • A must have for server maintenance and buiding large areas

    The only important missing feature IMO is the possibility to undo your actions.

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  • Very Powerful Tool

    Took me a while to learn how to use it without destroying everything (No way to undo changes, so you're stuck with what you do), but I figured it out at the cost of a few houses/spawnpoints and now use this for all of my creative building projects. Definitely worth the sacrifice

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  • Very Useful

    Really useful mod, that saves time, to.. clean griefing, building huge projects in your world.. basicly editing the world

    i don't recommend using it in a server without singleplayer practice

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  • A must have for nearly every server or game.

    World edit is powerful and a great tool. There are extensions for it that can make it easier to use, but the core mod is wonderful. I cannot reccomend having it enough. It's an integral part of node-based games everywhere.

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  • It is the best construction mod

    It is the best construction mod, I no longer have to make an effort to build because in a few seconds I do thousands of things.

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  • Extremely powerful world editing tool

    This mod is a no-brainer to any dedicated builder, server admin or anyone really. It allows you to set large areas of nodes in bulk, move areas around, quickly build shapes, randomly mix nodes, fix lighting, run arbitrary Lua code on each node in a selection, and so much more.

    It is assumedly inspired by the Minecraft plugin of the same name, and is quite familiar if you're used to the Minecraft WorldEdit plugin.

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