Tirith Aear

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MaDIIReD

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ThemedBuilds
ThemedBuilds run weekly, from Friday ~9PDT/17GMT onward.
Main:
'Tirith Aear, the sea-ward tower'
Reference: Not much description is given in the books or the movies. All that is known is that it is a tower at Dol Amroth, overlooking the bay of Belfalas. At the top of the tower is a bell that could be rung to warn ships approaching the shore.
Texturepack: Gondor
'Main' ThemedBuilds are used in applications for the Commoner and Artist ranks.
Guidelines
By participating in a ThemedBuild you agree to abide by the following guidelines.
Lots:
  • You can find the lots at the freebuild server, at /warp theme.
  • Claim a free lot by placing a sign on the diamond block, and typing your name.
  • You should not leave comment signs on yours, or any other player's builds.
  • One player per lot, no skipping empty lots.
  • Reserved/empty/abandoned lots may be cleared at any time.
  • Any lots that do not follow the guidelines will be removed without warning.
  • Builds should not extend outside of your lot.
  • You may only ask for a Staff member's assistance with blocks that you cannot place. This generally includes water, no-physics materials, and fire. Staff will not help you with terraforming, copy-pasting, flipping or moving your ThemedBuilds.
  • Non-serious builds will result in disqualification from the next week's ThemedBuild.
  • Note! There are a limited number of lots each week. It is your responsibility to complete your build before the end of the ThemedBuild.
Applications:
  • Only work from the 'Main ThemedBuild' will be accepted as part of a Commoner application.
  • All builds submitted in your application must be entirely your own work, and must have been completed during the allotted time.
  • Screenshots should be taken using the texturepack defined at the top of this post.
  • Take at least one screenshot of your build with your lot-sign clearly visible.
 

MaDIIReD

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Well, that picture is just an interpetation by the people who did merp. It is in no way lore.
(it is just what someone else thinks it looks like, instead of what you think it looks like)
 

MuddyDirt

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Is there any way to copy my theme build structure from the Freebuild server so that I can paste it into my own world. I would like to keep it if I can. I'm guessing that these all get deleted after the build is over.
 

MaDIIReD

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Is there any way to copy my theme build structure from the Freebuild server so that I can paste it into my own world. I would like to keep it if I can. I'm guessing that these all get deleted after the build is over.
No, they stay right where they are. The location of the next themed build just shifts one row forward.
 

DSESGH

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Is there any way to copy my theme build structure from the Freebuild server so that I can paste it into my own world. I would like to keep it if I can. I'm guessing that these all get deleted after the build is over.
I'm not entirely sure if this is allowed. If it is ok, the build could be saved as a voxel schematic and the file could be given to you.
 

WardenWolf

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#7
I think the best example would be the previous week's theme build picture, but instead of a light at the top, a bell. Basically just modify the tower's top a bit but keep the overall architecture style.