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GASH - MCEdit filter that lets you tear the land to shreds

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avatar abrightmoore
Level 59 : Grandmaster Programmer
This MCEdit filter is for creating gashes along the land whose depth and direction are defined by your selection box.

To use, place the .py in your MCEdit filter directory. In MCEdit, select the area you wish to slash with a gash, and then select Filters and this filter. If you are happy with the result, save. If you want to start over, undo (Ctrl+Z) and repeat.

The filter detects the orientation of your selection box and renders the gash along the longest length.
Progress100% complete
Game VersionMinecraft 1.4.6

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  • 1Salai
  • Level 45
  • Master Robot
  • December 7, 2013, 10:55 am
Thank you
does it flatten land too? or just make ravines and canyons? i'm making a map and need flat land. would this help at all do you think?
  • abrightmoore
  • Level 59
  • Grandmaster Programmer
  • March 28, 2013, 1:44 am
No, I don't think this will helpmmake flat land. Thanks for asking though.

There is an MCEdit Smooth filter, or you may try generating a superflat preset map and bring parts over using MCEdit.
  • HellOnBlocks
  • Level 31
  • Artisan Creeper Hugger
  • January 21, 2013, 10:08 pm
The name... Is very wrong LOL, but I like it ;)
So it makes ravines, more or less? Pretty cool. It will make for a nice terraforming tool.
  • abrightmoore
  • Level 59
  • Grandmaster Programmer
  • January 9, 2013, 1:01 am
... and canyons, if you have the patience to let it run. I've updated the images with a sample, and here's more from my test run:

  • DogsRNice
  • Level 20
  • Expert Skinner
  • January 8, 2013, 1:26 pm
youre IQ is 1000000000000000000000
how do u use it and do you need anything to open it
  • abrightmoore
  • Level 59
  • Grandmaster Programmer
  • January 8, 2013, 10:17 am
I have a short tutorial in this album: imgur.com/a/9yUoK

You need MCEdit, from www.mcedit.net

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