Medieval Server Spawn

(8 customer reviews)


This server spawn is perfect for any kind of factions map, custom signal, and multiplayer survival maps, or even for your own PC server!  You can download the schematic or the Minecraft v1.8 world version.

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Server  Spawn is A custom-built medieval spawn that has an amazing story to share.

There was once three kingdoms in the begging and after many years of war and misery and fighting and famine the three kingdoms decided they should unite and join forces and share the crops and bounty of the lands with one and another and in doing so they would build amazing sanctuary and as a reminder that war isn’t always the answer and sometimes peace is what separates us from destroying our selfs and to this very day the amazing structure still stands to this day providing sanctuary to all those in need of food, water, clothing, and realization before continuing on your long journey home.


Size from the surface to top roof peaks: 109W x 109L x 35H
The whole schematic: 119W x 118L x 77H

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8 reviews for Medieval Server Spawn

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  1. MATRIX gamer


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  2. Cent

    Please :< link free

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    • DestructiveBurn (store manager)

      It is free!

  3. kaykyferreiraxd19

    its free or not

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    • DestructiveBurn (store manager)

      Yes. It’s free!

  4. persopaulgarnier (verified owner)

    .shematic how it’s works ?

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    • DestructiveBurn (store manager)

      Hello persopaulgarnier

      A schematic of a build can be imported into an existing world “you” created. For an Example: Say you wanted to use this spawn on your favorite map or server. You can.

      1) Just download the medieval server spawn zip
      2) Extract the medieval-server-spawn.schematic from the zip using WinRaR or windows should support it too.
      3) Download MC-Edit from here: //
      4) Open your world in MC-Edit and go to the place you want to put the spawn.
      5) Click on Import from the bar below. (Orange lifting crane)
      6) Find the medieval-server-spawn.schematic you extracted with Windows or WinRaR and import it.
      7) Move it into the position you want it to be and press Import from the left toolbar and just save.
      8) Load up the map and enjoy!

      Better instructions here: Youtube can be your friend too!

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  6. Ziggy

    This is not free. It states a $5 fee for it. Even though you have stated it is free in the comments

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    • DestructiveBurn (store manager)

      It is free! Change the $5 to $0 and click “Add to cart” if you don’t wish to support the site.

  7. Marek Griffiths (verified owner)

    I want to paste this into a world using 1.14.4 ..

    I tried MCEdit and as you stated it only works with a 1.13 world and under, i tried that and it didn’t work… I tried pasting in game and obviously it crashed my MC lol.

    I’m about to try litematic as I just want to load it so i can freely check it out.

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    • DestructiveBurn (store manager)

      Hi Marek,
      The problem with Minecraft these days is it’s extremely complex now and a lot of the mod developers are shying away because they basically need to rebuild their tools to work with the new versions.

      Hints one of the reasons why MC-Edit hasn’t been updated in a long time. Its last true version is 1.12.2 compatible. I don’t support 1.13 and up on the schematics on this site because of that reason.

      The best way to actually import it is
      1. Load Minecraft Java Edition 1.12.2
      2. Set view distance to lowest it can go so it won’t generate the world at a far distance.
      3. Load a new world.
      4. Exit.
      5. Load MC-Edit
      6. Follow my tutorial here to import the build:
      7. Load up Minecraft 1.14.4 or higher, and convert the world with the spawn you imported.
      8. It should show. The view distance it generated on 1.12.2 go to that distance and make sure it continued to generate with the new terrain.

      It’s that or try litematic. I really hate in-game importers but it might save you from these steps I provided.

      If you have any questions, please contact me here:

  8. Anonymous (verified owner)

    Brilliant spawn, inside could be done, but only takes 30 minutes to do

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