Multiverse is a spigot plugin that allows you to create, import, use, and delete worlds. It can also control mob spawning and use custom world generators if you want a flat or empty world.

Installing Multiverse

Download the plugin from https://dev.bukkit.org/projects/multiverse-core
Log into your server via FTP.
Browse to the plugins folder on your server and upload the JAR file. Uploading Multiverse
Restart your server.

Uploading and importing a world

You'll first need to upload the world folder to your server via FTP. Upload your world
If your world name has spaces in it, right click the folder on the server and rename it so that it does not have any spaces.
Next, into your server console, type mv import <world> normal, replacing <world> with the name of the folder your world is in. In the example GIF above, the world folder is called myworld so to import it you would type mv import myworld normal Importing
You can teleport to the newly imported world with /mvtp <world>, replacing <world> with the name of your world, for example /mvtp myworld.

Creating a new world

Multiverse can be used to generate a completely new world. You can use a 'generator' to create a world which allows you to create a void world.

If you wish to create a void world, follow steps 2 to 5, if not skip to step 6.

For a void world:

Install the CleanroomGenerator plugin by uploading the JAR file to your plugins folder.
Restart your server
In console, run the command mv create <world> normal -g CleanroomGenerator:., replacing <world> with what you want the world to be called, for example /mv create hub normal -g CleanroomGenerator:.
Continue to step 8

For a normal world:

In console, run the command mv create <world> normal, which will generate a new world.
Continue to step 8

For all worlds:

You can teleport to the newly imported world with /mvtp <world>, replacing <world> with the name of your world, for example /mvtp myworld.

Setting a world as default

If you want to set your newly imported world as the world that new players will arrive in, simply use these two commands:

/mv conf firstspawnoverride true - This tells Multiverse to take control of which world new players join
/mv conf firstspawnworld <world> - This tells Multiverse which world to spawn new players in.

Deleting a world

Type into console mv delete <world>, replacing <world> with the world name.
Type mvconfirm to confirm that you want to delete the world

Deleting a world
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