MovieSets/World Generation

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MovieSets only works in worlds which have been generated with the custom MovieSets world generation modifier. If you use the Project Worlds plugin, you can generate a new MovieSets world using the follwing command:

/world create <Name> -m moviesets

As the name suggests, a MovieSets world consists of a possibly infinite number of movie sets you can build on. Each set is a big cuboid of dirt with grass on top. Its width in both direction measures 2001 blocks (so that there is a single center block), while its height clocks in at exactly 50 blocks. There is a 100 block gap between each two cuboids. When you teleport to a set using the commands, you are transported to the center block of the cuboid associated to the requested set.

If you still don't have a clue what's going on in a MovieSets world, here's a visual depiction of such a world from a bird's eye view. The #s mark the borders of set cuboids, while the x marks the world spawn. Inside each cuboid, the number shows which set that cuboid is associated with. Of course, this depiction doesn't scale at all and is fully disproportional, but it brings the point across.

#####   #####     #####     #####
#   #   #   #     #   #     #   #
# 7 #   # 8 #     # 9 #     # 10#
#   #   #   #     #   #     #   #
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#   #   #   #     #   #     #   #
# 6 #   # 1 #     # 2 #     # 11#
#   #   #   #     #   #     #   #
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               x

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#   #   #   #     #   #     #   #
# 5 #   # 4 #     # 3 #     # 12#
#   #   #   #     #   #     #   #
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#   #   #   #     #   #     #   #
# 16#   # 15#     # 14#     # 13#
#   #   #   #     #   #     #   #
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