List of Schematic Brushes

Howy

List of Schematic Brushes (command: /schbr &[id]):

Trees:
AleppoS
AleppoM
AleppoL
AlderS
AlderM
AlderTallM
AlmondS
AppleS
AppleM
ApricotS
AshS
AshL
AspenS
AspenM
BeechS
BeechM
BeechL
BirchS
BirchM
Buddleja
CitrusS
CherryS
ChestnutS
ChestnutL
CottonwoodS
CottonwoodM
CottonwoodL
CypressS
EvergreenS
HawthornS
HawthornM
HawthornL
LarchS
LarchM
LemonS
LilacM
MulberryS
OakS
OakM
OakL
OliveS
OrangeS
PeachS
PeachM
PecanS
PecanM
PineS
PlumS
PlumM
PoplarM
RedwoodM
ThinRedwoodM
MixedRedwoodM
RedwoodS
SoldierPineS
Tamarix
WillowS
WillowM
WillowL

BAshM
BCitrusS
BCypress
BDatePalmM
BIronwoodS
BMapleM
BOliveS
BWeirwoodS
BWeirwoodM
BWeirwoodL

CarcTallPineL
CarcTallPineM
CarcTallPine (Combo of L and M)
CarcSmallPine (mountain pines)
CarcSmallPineOak (with oak trunks)

WolfswoodS (spruces and evergreens)
WolfswoodM
WolfswoodL
WolfswoodXL
WolfswoodAll (no XLs in this set, as they're pretty huge)

CarcSmallTree
CarcSmallBirch

ValePineS
SentinelS
SandalwoodS
TinyPine
Flowers

ForestOak
ForestAlder
ForestMaple

MistPineM L and XL
MistOakL
MistMapleL
MistMapleL
MistAshM
WeepingWillow

Mixed:
BroadleafL (WillowL/ChestnutL/OakL) [general use]

BroadleafXL (WillowXL/ChestnutXL/OakXL) [for use in deep forest]

BroadLeafMixed (for use around Mander Delta, upper Reach regions, and lower Riverlands regions)

LeafyForest (Mix of: AshL/S, BeechL/M/S, HawthornL/M/S, AspenM/S, BMapleM, ChestnutL/S, OakL/M/S)

MixedForests (Mix of: ForestOak, ForestAlder, ForestMaple)

Leafless/Dead Trees:
DeadEvergreenS
LOakS
LOakM
LOakL
LSpruceS
LSpruceM
LSpruceL
LJungleS
LJungleM
LJungleL

Snowy Trees:
SnowyLeafless
SnowyPineM
SnowyPineL
SnowySoldierL
SnowySpruceL

Bushes:
AlderBush
BirchBushS
BirchBushL
OakBushS
OakBushL
JungleBushLow
JungleBushTall
OakBushTall
OakBushLow
BirchBushTall
BirchBushLow
ValeShrubS

BirdBush
BirdBushS

CarcBushS (Doesn't work well on slopes)
CarcStump (oak, jungle, spruce)

Rocks:
GenRockS
BirdRock

Misc:
GroundCoverS (Mixture of rocks, fallen/mossy oak logs, stumps, etc. for forest floors)
CarcMeadow (rocks (2029:0, eastern isles ts), bushes, clusters of flowers)
CarcMeadowFlowers (just the flowers from the previous one)
WolfswoodDetail (northern rocks, stumps, bushes etc)
CarcFallenTree (kinda big, so use with caution, on relatively flat terrain)
CowParsley
Fireweed
Bracken
DeadBracken
Nettles ((also add -yoff:1 to command))
JungleTallFern
JungleTallGrass
SavannaTallGrass

PS: Great guide for choosing where trees go in Westeros.
PSS: Great visual guide for Schematic Brushes on our wiki.
 
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Fin

ValePineS
SentinelS
SandalwoodS
TinyPine
Flowers

ForestOak
ForestAlder
ForestMaple
->MixedForests (combination of the three above)

My puny script for creating schemsets (someone please tell me how to get random rotation on schemsets, I have no idea how). Note that it's not perfect and I'd love to get the handful of people who actually know how to do this correctly to scrutinise and improve this.
In order to create schemsets I found you have to not only have the schematic in your clipboard, but it also has to be the last thing you've pasted.

Important notes:
  • Make sure your selection is always the same size.
  • If you use corner blocks for selections, add a clause in the beginning of the script to remove those:
//replace 95:9 0
/${wait(1)}$$

/schset create [schemset name]

//copy
/$${wait(1)}$$
//paste
//undo
/$${wait(1)}$$
//schem save [schematic]$$[meta]@^[y-offset]
/schset append [schemset name] [schematic]$$[meta]@^[y-offset]

Useful:
/schset remove [schemset name] [schematic]$$[meta]@^[y-offset]

[schematic] is the name you give the individual object you're putting into the schematic. Hence the [meta] value. When using it just type 1, 2, 3 etc. for each subsequent schematic. The @^[y-offset] is saying how far from the center of your selection the schematic will be placed. So, generally use half the height of your selection here, but be sure to test out the first element you put into your schemset to ensure that you have the height right. The full name of a schematic therefore could look something like this: ForestOak5@^15. This is important for commands like removing schematics from you schemset (for instance if you get the wrong y-offset, you'll need to remove that schematic from the schemset, and correct it).
 
http://westeroscraft.wikia.com/wiki/SchemSets

This is the place to go for pictures of the Schemsets listed above. Until we create a page in our new wiki and add all the new schemsets with pictures (and remove outdated ones), it’s a good place if you want to know how the trees actually look like.
(Would edit OP but am currently on mobile)
Do you have an idea as to which brushes are definitely outdated/don't work? Would be handy to know if any of these scripts have known issues too.
 

Kor_Bro

New Boulder schematic, featuring a variety of mossy boulders in all sizes, great for coniferous forests and harsh places:
Name:

MossyBoulder

Edit: New Northern Birch trees. Note: The colours of these are created for northern Birch forests and therefore might not create the desired result for other biomes.
Name:

NorthernThinBirch
MixedThinBirch
DeadBirch
 
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Kor_Bro

New schematics woo!

NorthernBoulder
DeadPine

The boulder one is a northern terrainset version of the mossy one but with less moss and other plants, good for open rocky plains in the north. (see White Harbor for example.)
DeadPine is an oak coloured version of DeadBirch and DeadEvergreenS, suitable for pine forests.
 

SerLoras

According to the server there are currently 255 schemsets (the list in this thread has about 150).

You can have the server generate a list of of schemsets using the command: /schset list
The list is too long to be viewed in the chat window, so after using the command the easiest way to view it is to go to /westerorscraft/instances/WesterosCraft-1.11.2/logs/lastest.log

There you will find the full chat logs from your last game session including the full output of the schset list command.

Here is the complete list of schems from the server as of 5:07 PM US Central time today.

13spruce
AlderAll
AlderBush
AlderCottonClusterM
AlderM
AlderS
AlderTallM
AleppoDead
AleppoL
AleppoM
AleppoS
AllBushLow
AllBushTall
AlmondS
AppleM
AppleS
ApricotS
AshL
AshS
AspenM
AspenS
BAshM
BCitrusS
BCypress
BDatePalmM
BIronwoodS
BMapleM
BOakbushS
BOliveS
BPine
BRedwoodL
BSentinelM
BWater
BWeirwoodL
BWeirwoodM
BWeirwoodS
BeeSkep
BeeSkep2
BeechL
BeechM
BeechS
BhStump
BirchAll
BirchBushL
BirchBushLow
BirchBushS
BirchBushTall
BirchM
BirchS
BirchShrub
BirdBush
BirdBushS
BirdRock
Bracken
BroadLeafMixed
BroadleafL
BroadleafXL
Buddleja
CarcBocage3
CarcBoulderAll
CarcBoulderS
CarcBushMix
CarcBushS
CarcFallenTree
CarcMeadow
CarcMeadowFlowers
CarcSmallBirch
CarcSmallPine
CarcSmallPineOak
CarcSmallTree
CarcStump
CarcTallPine
CarcTallPineL
CarcTallPineM
CarcWall
Cart
Cattails
CherryS
ChestnutL
ChestnutS
ChestnutXL
CorkM
CottonwoodL
CottonwoodM
CottonwoodS
CowParsley
CypressS
DeadBirch
DeadBracken
DeadEvergreenS
DeadPine
DunePineS
DyvTest
EmilyPine
EmilyPineD
EvergreenL
EvergreenM
EvergreenNoSnowM
EvergreenS
FillerForest
Fireweed
Flowers
ForestAlder
ForestDetail
ForestMaple
ForestOak
GenRockS
GenericFruit
GroundCoverS
Hawthorn
HawthornL
HawthornM
HawthornS
HermBirch
HermEvergreen
HermWillowWood
Hops
IbbenStein
JSprawlingFernL
JungleBushL
JungleBushLow
JungleBushS
JungleBushTall
JungleTallFern
JungleTallGrass
LJungleL
LJungleM
LJungleS
LOakL
LOakM
LOakS
LP
LSpruceL
LSpruceM
LSpruceS
LarchM
LarchS
LeafyForest
LemonS
LilacM
LovelyForest
LowRedwoodM
MBocage
MangroveTreeM
MangroveTreeS
MapleS
MistAshM
MistDetailL
MistMapleL
MistOakL
MistPineL
MistPineM
MistPineXL
MistRockL
MistRockS
MistSentinelL
MixedBushLow
MixedBushTall
MixedForests
MixedRedwoodM
MixedThinBirch
MossyBoulder
MulberryS
Nettles
NewRedwoodM
NorthernBoulder
NorthernThinBirch
OakAll
OakBushL
OakBushLow
OakBushM
OakBushS
OakBushTall
OakL
OakM
OakS
OakShrub
OakXL
OliveS
OrangeS
PeachM
PeachS
PecanM
PecanS
PineS
PlumM
PlumS
PomegranateS
PoplarM
RainwoodXL
RedwoodM
RedwoodS
RiverBankDetails
RockTaiga
RockTaigaLarge
SBocage
SandalwoodS
SandbeggarM
SavannaTallGrass
SentinelS
SewerLargeEW
SewerLargeEW2
SewerLargeNS
SewerLargeNS2
SewerMediumEW
SewerMediumEW2
SewerMediumNS
SewerMediumNS2
SewerSmallEW
SewerSmallEW2
SewerSmallNS
SewerSmallNS2
SewerXSmallEW
SewerXSmallNS
SkinnyBAshM
SnowyEvergreenM
SnowyLeafless
SnowyPineL
SnowyPineM
SnowySoldierL
SnowySpruceL
SnowyWeirwood
SoldierPineS
Spottswood
SpruceL
SpruceM
SpruceS
SwampS
Tamarix
ThinRedwoodM
TinyPine
TorentineFallenTree
TorentineGroundcover
TorentineRiverBankRock
TorentineRiverBanks
TorentineRiverRock
ValePineS
ValeShrubS
WazHeather
WeepingWillow
WeirwoodM
WillowBush
WillowL
WillowM
WillowS
WillowXL
WolfswoodAll
WolfswoodDetail
WolfswoodL
WolfswoodLog
WolfswoodM
WolfswoodS
WolfswoodXL
mmevergreen
mmspindle
 

Kor_Bro

Another 3 schematics added to the list at the request of Endy.

Jacaranda
OleanderS
EvergreenOakM

And another one for the North:

ThinBirchM
 
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New Schemsets by SerLoras

These require the following commands to work

1) /gmask 31

This is to replace things like tallgrass with the flowers

2) /schbr &[schem] -replaceall

This is the brush to utilize the flowers and allows them to conform to the variance in topography

schems:
  • Daffodils
  • Tulips
  • Forgetmenot
  • Pansies
  • Daisies
  • Marigolds
  • Lavender
  • Poppy
  • Cosmos
  • Dandelion
  • Crocus
  • Ragweed
  • SweetPea
  • GoldFlowerPalette
  • SGoldenFlowers
  • Nasturium
  • Iris
  • Datura
  • NettleFlower
  • BlackEyedSusan
  • DesertFlowers
 

SerLoras

New Schemsets by SerLoras

These require the following commands to work

1) /gmask 31

This is to replace things like tallgrass with the flowers

2) /schbr &[schem] -replaceall

This is the brush to utilize the flowers and allows them to conform to the variance in topography

schems:
  • Daffodils
  • Tulips
  • Forgetmenot
  • Pansies
  • Daisies
  • Marigolds
  • Lavender
  • Poppy
  • Cosmos
  • Dandelion
  • Crocus
  • Ragweed
  • SweetPea
  • GoldFlowerPalette
  • SGoldenFlowers
  • Nasturium
  • Iris
  • Datura
  • NettleFlower
  • BlackEyedSusan
  • DesertFlowers
Some additional notes:

1. It is very important to utilize the "-replaceall" tag on the end of the schem brush command. This causes all non-air blocks in the placed schematic to replace any existing blocks in the area.

This tag MUST be used in order for masks to affect the schem brush. If you use these schems without the proper masks you will end up with a 5 block high stack of flowers, instead of smooth blanket.

2. In addition to Global Mask (/gmask), you can also use a Brush Mask (/mask). Brush Masks must be applied after the schem brush is bound to a tool and you must be holding the tool when you use the /mask command in order for it to apply to your brush.

This allows you to apply two types of masks at once. For example, using /gmask >grass and /mask air will allow the flowers to be placed only above existing grass blocks, and it will prevent the flowers from overwriting any existing non-air blocks that are above grass blocks.
 
Cash you may want to seperate the Loras flower schems from the other ones because they have a very specific means of usage. Incorrect usage results with a giant stack of flowers appearing.