#13/15 Aldburg keep

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Next week's ThemedBuild:

  • Taurdal

    Votes: 5 17.2%
  • Tower of Ecthelion

    Votes: 12 41.4%
  • Oliphaunt

    Votes: 12 41.4%

  • Total voters
    29
  • Poll closed .

Finrod_Amandil

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#1
ThemedBuild
ThemedBuilds run weekly, starting on Saturday or Sunday

Aldburg keep
Reference: [Thainsbook]
Resourcepack: Rohan
ThemedBuilds are used in applications for the Artist rank.

Poll
Vote for next week's ThemedBuild in the poll above this post. If a topic remains unchosen four consecutive times it will be replaced with another option.
Choices:

How to participate
Use the following instructions to get your ThemedBuild working:
  • Join Freebuild server! IP: freebuild.mcmiddleearth.com
  • Get to the ThemedBuild area: /warp Aldburg TB
  • Claim a plot: /theme
  • Go to your plot (after claiming): /theme toplot
  • Reset your plot if you want to start over: /theme resetplot
  • People who have reserved a lot but not built in it in the first 2 hours may have their claim
 

Antimattergizmo

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And thus Eriadors Freebuild Reign comes to a conclusion. Anyone participating that would like to know a little about Rohan houses, /warp builderschool has info regarding them and what works/doesn't when it comes to their infamous wheat roofs.
 

Ardelenia

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And thus Eriadors Freebuild Reign comes to a conclusion. Anyone participating that would like to know a little about Rohan houses, /warp builderschool has info regarding them and what works/doesn't when it comes to their infamous wheat roofs.
or if you want just use dark oak slabs for traditional roofing techniques (dark oak or planted wheat is merely an aesthetic choice)
 

Antimattergizmo

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Aug 16, 2014
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#4
True, plus I really don't have the authority nor skill to be giving any advice about building.