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Finished Pelargir - Garth of Royal Ships

Portalrules333

Hardcore MCME-er
We dont build fireplaces in the houses, because they live in a warm climate. If you are thinking about the furnaces, there should be open spaces that allow air to flow through the house
...and that is why you should never trust me with house construction in real life. I might give a home in Florida wood fireplaces in every room.......
 

Fireinferno13

Hardcore MCME-er
We dont build fireplaces in the houses, because they live in a warm climate. If you are thinking about the furnaces, there should be open spaces that allow air to flow through the house
But the smoke would still be contained in the house? It is wood burning after all and would thereby create smoke which would:
a) kill the inhabitants
b) get all up in the ceilings/walls and discolor everything to black
c) everyone would die
 

DSESGH

Hardcore MCME-er
There should only be furnaces in the rich houses, based off of this, because they have open windows (no glass). Besides, if you have good dry wood you don't have a whole lot of smoke. Especially in an oven, where you really only need coals.
 

Top_Gun

Hardcore MCME-er
Holy crap this is popping up almost overnight.

(Quick semi-related question: is the Harithilien village just south across the Anduin meant to be only half-ruined, or did it just never get finished?)
 

Emilio_

Hardcore MCME-er
Is it meant to be only half-ruined, or did it just never get finished?
It might be possible that there's a rangercamp/guardpost sorta thing each of the viallage, right behind the next hill, watching over it. In that case it would be meant to be half-ruined. Not sure though :)
 

Portalrules333

Hardcore MCME-er
I was wondering about the colored blocks bordering the windows in most of the houses, I thought it was supposed to be colorful sandstone,
but I am not sure now. Can someone enlighten me, please?
 

Beathaven

Hardcore MCME-er
Just as every main course needs a sider. Projects like these could use a sider as well, just for funsies.
So when Mr. Credoo was lining out another palace with wool, he got quite good at that, i.e. pink palace, I decided it was time to show the world a timelapse not really of how this goes.

So, if you want to keep up with the latest gossip about the henceforth-called "Royal Island" in Pelargir, be sure to stalk me and especially my imgur account, and even more specific, this album:


Hope you like it.
Don't steal his sacred way of building, plebs.


Greetings,

Beeet
 

arcusthehero

Hardcore MCME-er
so @ardelenia and I were discussing things that could be added to MCME and then it occured to us: there are no universities in any middle earth city. This seems historically improbable, and i feel like a university would make a great addition to a city. Pelargir seems an ideal location. Its a center of trade, so many types of people would come through there. Its got plenty of room, and its still being planned out. Its lacking in places of interest atm, and a university would be a really cool addition. so yeah. Thoughts?
 

Portalrules333

Hardcore MCME-er
so @ardelenia and I were discussing things that could be added to MCME and then it occured to us: there are no universities in any middle earth city. This seems historically improbable, and i feel like a university would make a great addition to a city. Pelargir seems an ideal location. Its a center of trade, so many types of people would come through there. Its got plenty of room, and its still being planned out. Its lacking in places of interest atm, and a university would be a really cool addition. so yeah. Thoughts?
Could we have a thumb-screwer in the detention room please?
 

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