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#19/18 - Ilmarin

Next Themed Build:

  • [FFA] Siege engines

    Votes: 8 38.1%
  • All-Welcome Inn

    Votes: 6 28.6%
  • House of Tulkas

    Votes: 7 33.3%

  • Total voters
  • Poll closed .


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Themed Build
Themed Builds run weekly, starting on Sunday, and last one week until the next one starts.


Reference: [Tolkiengateway]
Resourcepack: Gondor v2
To change to Gondor v2 resource pack with server textures enabled, use /rp 2.

You can still work on your Themed Build even after the next one starts.

Themed Builds can be used in Artist applications.

Off-topic plots will be removed.

Vote for the next Themed Build in the poll above this post. If a topic remains unchosen four consecutive times it will be replaced with another option.


  • No tag - Normal Themed Build. Themed Builds run weekly, starting on Sunday, and last one week until the next one starts.
  • [Project Build] - Project Build. Project Builds are Themed Builds that run for more than one week. Start and end is at sunday evenings (GMT).
  • [FFA] - Free for all. Free for all are Themed Builds with more general theme that lets you show off your creativity and building skills more than normal Themed Build. In Free for all builds you can use any of MCME resource packs and your build doesn't have to be in the lore.

How to participate
Use the following instructions to get your Themed Build working:
  • Get to the Themed Build area: /theme warp
  • Claim a plot: /theme
  • Go to your plot (after claiming): /theme toplot
  • Reset your plot if you want to start over: /theme resetplot
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House of Tulkas would be a very cool theme build. Tulkas is the most warlike Vala and he fights without weapons. From Tolkien Gateway:
'The house is said to have sprung "high into the air with many storeys", and to sport a "tower of bronze and pillars of copper in a wide arcade". Tulkas's house also had a court, where champions engaged in athletic games. There would often Nessa, wife of Tulkas, appear to bring goblets of wine and drinks to the players.'​
You could compare it to a classical gymnasium, a place to measure your strengths.