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Firstly I don't want the entire seed but just starting area in which there is this perfect valley? Can I some how start a vanilla save then boot into TFC and resume? If not can I use Mcedit to copy the area of interest into a TFC world? Also, how if it possible, create custom worlds via world painter? Here is the seed and a showcase?
Just to let people know, I've just tested out MCEdit, and it seems to work just fine with TFC's extensive custom blocks (though they all appear pink). I've managed to import a world, add granite boulders, and delete large chunks of landscape. It also reads chiseled blocks and allows you to make schematics of them (!!!!). I'm having trouble testing out ores blocks because I don't know their block IDs and I can't get them with silk touch... if anyone knows the ids please let me know, I'll test them out. So... get out there and start making adventure maps!! Edit: See post #4 for world painter info.