In Minecraft, there are some locations that can be considered as hard. For example, the Nether. The first time you explore Nether, seeing how hellishly it looks, it is quite surprising, especially the number of pigmen and the other monsters that can easily defeat you.
However, there’s one location that’s the last dimension you have the explore, The End. It is the home for endermen. So, it’s not quite surprising to see a lot of them running around the area with their eyes looking sharply at you.
Normally, you can enter The End after defeating the Ender Dragon. Before actually facing it, you need to explore the ender dungeon, enable the portal, and finally face the dragon and finish it for good.
Seeing how interesting and rewarding the place is, many people want to know how to reset the end in Minecraft. And if you’re running a server, it’s actually not that hard to do it.
How to Reset Nether On Minecraft Server
The End is the perfect place for a seasoned Minecraft player to further test their skills and gain gear making them even more fearful. Sometimes players wish to reset the End so that they can re-explore everything.
The first step is to go to Scalacube.com and log in to your account.
After this is done, click on "Servers" and "Manage server".
Select the server you would like to reset the End for and click on "Manage".
The next step is to turn off your server by clicking on "Turn off".
Once this process is complete, continue to the "File Manager" on the left tab.
Locate your "world" folder and enter it.
Find "DIM1" and click "More", select "Delete" and remove it.
Once this is done, go back and start your server back up again by clicking on "Turn on" to generate new End files.
The End is now reset and will be fully explorable again when you enter your server.
Things to note are that for Paper, Spigot, and Craftbukkit servers, the folder can be located in your main directory as "Yourworldname_end" instead of "DIM1".
If the End is unchanged, make sure that you deleted the correct folder required to reset the End and that you have not changed any file or folder names to what they previously were.
Congratulations! You now know How to Reset the End on Minecraft.
- Log into the Scalacube website
- Go to Servers > Manage server > Manage
- Turn off your server
- Go to File Manager and delete DIM1 folder
- Start your server
- Connect to your server
FAQSCan you reset the end on Minecraft bedrock?
If you wish to reset the end on Java, you can see the methods on how to reset a Minecraft server above. However, if you’re playing on the Bedrock version, unfortunately, there’s no built-in tool to reset both Nether and the End.\
But, you can still use the world editor to do it, which requires you to at least have Windows 10.Can you reset your spawn in the end?
Generally, when you reset a world, all the things, including the spawn, will be reset as well. So if you did reset The End by using the dim-1 Minecraft above, the enemies, which basically are the endermen, will be spawned again. You can do this for farming endermen materials.Why are End Cities so rare?
Aside from knowing how to reset the end, there’s also some information you need to know. It’s possible for the players to spawn at End Cities. However, the occurrence is really rare. This is because of the random spawning, which makes it harder to spot it in your journey.Can I disable the End completely?
As mentioned above, you can reset the world by deleting the Minecraft dim-1 inside the World folder. However, you can also disable the end completely by configuring the server properties. Go to the configuration files, and search the the option “allow-end”. By default, it is enabled. So if you want to disable it, you can turn it to false, and then apply your changes.