This article will help you with how you can configure your world border.

Please note that to be able to use commands on your server you need to first OP yourself as our guide tells here.


🎯 World Border Center 🎯

The world border center means simply where is the center of your border.

To set it, you just need to type the following command:

/worldborder center <X> <Z>



NOTE: You can also use your current position using ~ instead of your X and Z coordinate numbers. Doing this, Minecraft will use your current position in your world.


📏 The Border Diameter 📏

You can set a diameter for your world border by typing the following command:

/worldborder set <diameter>



NOTE: The is the diameter. In this next example, we used the diameter 10, so Minecraft will set 5 blocks for each side.


📐 Add or Remove Diameter Blocks 📐

With this feature, you can add and remove your world border diameter with a predefined time (in seconds).

You need just to type the following command:

/worldborder add <range> <seconds>



🤔 Usage Exemples:

To increase:
/worldborder add 10 2

To decrease:
/worldborder add -10 2


✏️ Other Commands ✏️

You can also use the following commands to manage your world border better:

/worldborder damage amount <damagePerBlock>

This command will set the damage amount that players outside the world border buffer will take per second per block past the world border buffer distance.


/worldborder damage buffer <distance>

This command will set the world border buffer distance.


/worldborder get

This command will show the current world border diameter.


/worldborder warning distance <distance>

This command will set the world border warning distance.


/worldborder warning time <time>

This command will set the world border warning time.


If you find any issue setting your world border please contact us on live chat or via the ticket system.


❕ Useful Links ❕

- Vanilla Commands
- How to Use the Minecraft Whitelist
- How to install datapacks on your server
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