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How to Change Seed on a Minecraft Server

How to Change Minecraft Seeds on Your Server

Lets look into how we can change the seed on a Minecraft Server. You will be able to load a new world with your chosen seed to play on.

What is a Minecraft Seed?

A Minecraft seed is an identifier to your world creation. For instance I start a world with a certain seed. For example 454545. Any one else starting a world with the same seed would also find the same world generation. Almost like been able to pin point the exact place on the endless Minecraft map of where you started your world off.

You can use this to share with others players so they can explore the world in creative before they travel on survival. All the worlds with matching seeds with have the same creation and characteristics. So you can effectively have another copy of your world.

Just be aware that you cant add a seed to an existing world. You will need to start with a new one to load up the right seed for the world.

How to Change Seed on a Minecraft Server

  1. Stop your server from the multicraft dashboard.
  1. If you want to keep a save of your last world, use the backup option now before we delete it.
  1. Go to FTP File Access > Login > And look for your world file. It will have the same name as the world section of your dashboard. In this example my world is called “world”
  1. Select the file with your world name, and the 2 files below it with the nether and the end. This is so the seeds match all the worlds when they are created. Now select delete to delete the old worlds before we insert the new seed to our server.
  1. Now, from your multicraft dashboard. Go to Files > Config Files > Server Settings > and find the section called Level Seed.
  1. Enter in your required Minecraft Seed and press save.
  1. From your main multicraft dashboard, Start your server. When you join on it will now be on a world with your chosen Minecraft seed.


Using a Minecraft Seed to start your world with is great for many reasons. It allows you to share the world you are playing in. If you find villages or monuments you can simply share the co ordinates and anyone using the same Minecraft seed can find them in the same location.

It also means you can start a world in a specific seed of your choice. Some come with spawn in areas in mushroom biomes, with 4 or 5 biomes surrounding them and many other variations so its worth checking them out first before you choose one to start your world off with.

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5. Bamboo Jungle


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Features Include

  • Broken Nether Portal 175 ~ 197
  • Stronghold 120 ~ 497

Perfect place to settle for the long term with plenty or resources all around you. From wood to broken portals to temples you can use this seed in many ways.

4. Rare Biomes



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Features Include

  • Jungle Temple 240 ~ 90
  • Mooshroom Island 0 ~ -410
  • Mineshaft 265 ~ 25

If you like variety I suggest this seed. You have a Mooshroom Biome, Mesa Biome, Jungle Biome and Plains Biome all within easy reach from world spawn.

3. Mooshroom Island


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This large sized Mooshroom Island is perfect for building Spawns or Shopping areas. The ability to roam around no matter whether its day or light is great for building. Not only that but you dont have to spam torches all over the place to stop them cheeky creepers sneaking in and exploding. As no hostile mobs can spawn on this type of biome.

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Features Include

  • Starting Stronghold village Island with many Black Smiths.
  • Lots of starting loot from the first village.
  • Second Abandoned village in distance.
  • Lots of great loot too.
  • Half broken Nether Portal on the second Island.

1. Broken Mansion


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Features Include

  • 4 Villages within a short distance.
  • A large number or ravines.
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  • The Glitched Mansion with an active village generated with in it.

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