Tutorial Creating empty (void) worlds in 1.13+

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    So I was looking for a way to generate void worlds in version 1.13 and above, I found some threads about the subject but they were mostly unclear, eventually I found a way (it was mentioned in one of the threads but was not really well explained) and I thought I should share it, hope it helps!

    Step 1:
    Creating a new chunk generator class that will extend the default ChunkGenerator class and will override the method that returns the chunk data.
    import java.util.Random;
    import javax.annotation.Nonnull;
    import org.bukkit.World;
    import org.bukkit.generator.ChunkGenerator;
    public class EmptyChunkGenerator extends ChunkGenerator {
        public ChunkData generateChunkData(@Nonnull World world, @Nonnull Random random, int x, int z, @Nonnull BiomeGrid biome) {
            return createChunkData(world);

    Step 2:
    Generating a world using the chunk generator that we created in step 1.
    WorldCreator wc = new WorldCreator("WORLD NAME HERE");
            wc.generator(new EmptyChunkGenerator()); //The chunk generator from step 1
    Hope this helped you :D
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    Thanks for the tutorial walmart one robertlit. Been looking for these from a long time. Thanks again
    Last edited: Aug 12, 2020
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