Here is the example realms.yml file.
# RealmsCore by Kyle Necrowolf # Realms # RealmsCore realms help can be found at http://wolfiamc.com/plugins/realmscore/realms # Don't change the formatting of this file, or Bukkit will complain. To reset this file to default, just delete it. # We recommend using VS Code (https://code.visualstudio.com/) to modify this file, as it will help you with formatting. # Do NOT use tabs (tab indent) - use spaces. VS Code will automatically insert spaces, but other text editors won't. # Any changes to this file are applied on login. To reload manually, use "/player reload". # This file can also be modified in-game with the command "/realm set <fullname/color/tagline/parent>". # This file contains all realms/nations/holds/factions in use on your server. # Note that players (and their titles) are NOT listed here, those are in individual playerdata files. # Five example realms are included and pre-configured here, but you can have any number of realms. realms: # Realm names shouldn't have spaces, and must be unique. # All realm details are optional. # Here is a simple example realm: Awesomeness: # Full name is the longer "official name" of the realm, can contain spaces. fullname: Nation of Awesomeness color: GOLD # Tagline is a description or slogan, can contain spaces. tagline: We are the nation of awesomeness and we are awesome! # Here is a sub-realm: Cakeland: # The parent realm is "Awesomeness", so this is a sub-realm of Awesomeness. parent: Awesomeness fullname: Kingdom of Cakeland color: AQUA tagline: Cake is the future. # You can have as many realms and sub-realms as you want. Tamriel: fullname: Empire of Tamriel color: DARK_RED Skyrim: parent: Tamriel fullname: Province of Skyrim color: LIGHT_GRAY Whiterun: parent: Skyrim fullname: Whiterun Hold, Skyrim color: GOLD