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In RPG maker mv --> database --> tilesets, General settings.


What is the difference between world type and area type under mode?
 

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From the help file: The purpose of the tileset. This primarily influences the treatment of special specifications of lower tiles and battlebacks.
Basically, choose [Field Type] for tiles which represent the overworld like the ocean and land, and [Area Type] for all other situations.



I do think where it says [Field Type] is a mistake and should say [World Type].
 

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You find some more info on the tileset descriptions in the help file - it also changes how some of the autotiles behave.
 

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