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Discussion in 'Themed Builds' started by Finrod_Amandil, Aug 9, 2015.

  1. Finrod_Amandil

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

    Reference: [Tolkiengateway]
    Resourcepack: Rohan

    Themed Builds are used in applications for the Artist rank.


    Next week will be Project Build Helms Deep, thus no poll this time!

    How to participate
    Use the following instructions to get your Themed Build working:
    • Join Freebuild server! IP: freebuild.mcmiddleearth.com
    • Get to the ThemedBuild world: /warp currentthemedbuild
    • 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 plot but not built in it in the first 2 hours may have their claim removed by staff members.

    Artist Application Guidelines

    How to apply for Artist
    • You'll need screenshots of at least one Themed Build as part of an Artist application.
    • Screenshots should be taken using the resourcepack defined at the top of this post.
    • Take at least one screenshot of your Themed Build with your plot-sign clearly visible.
    • Upload your screenshots to an image hoster, preferably make an album on imgur.com
    • Apply >>here<< by making a thread with your username as title, and follow >>this format<<