W - All warps starting with W

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  • This wiki-page will show the lore and a screenshot of all the warps starting with the letter W.
    My sources for the lore is the website
    tolkiengateway.net and for the screenshots the Minecraft Server build.mcmiddleearth.com. The place names are color coded to show the recommended resource pack:
    • Orange for the Eriador resource pack
    • Green for the Rohan resource pack
    • Blue for the Gondor resource pack
    • Gold for the Lórien resource pack
    • Red for the Mordor resource pack
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    • Warg Hill

    • Watch Town

    Watch Town is a very small village in the centre of Gondor, between the regions of Anfalas and Lamedon. There are just four houses and a watchtower. Perhaps it is a fishing village, because of the docks.There is no mention of Watch Town in Tolkien's works.
    /warp watchtown

    • Waymeet

    Waymeet, also known as Waymoot, is a town in the Westfarthing. Together with two other roads (a road to the Southfarthing and a road to Tookland), the East Road (the main road in the Shire) ran through Waymeet. This explains the name. There are about ten houses in Waymoot.
    /warp waymeet

    • Weathertop

    Weathertop, in Sindarin known as Amon Sûl, is a hill with ruins on top. There were more Weatherhills in the north and Weathertop was the southernmost of them. Once, it was a very important stronghold of a realm of Men: Arnor. In Weathertop was one of the seven palantíri kept. A palantír, also known as Seeing Stone, is a round, magical stone with which you can communicate with people who also own a palantír. If you have a very, very strong mind, you can look to every place on the world, but many men thought their mind was strong enough, but they failed (eg. Denethor and Saruman). The Ringbearer Frodo Baggins, Aragorn and the other Hobbits fought with the Ringwraiths on Weathertop in the War of the Ring.
    /warp weathertop

    • Wellinghall

    Wellinghall is one of Treebeard's serveral Ent-houses in Fangorn. It is a cave behind a waterfall of the Entwash. The Entwash is a great river in Rohan, which joins the Anduin (the largest river in Middle-earth). It makes people grow very fast, for example: Merry and Pippin became the largest Hobbits in the Shire after they drank the water. In the books, there are more Ent-houses, but on MCME there is only Wellinghall.
    There is only a very big Ent-cup and Ent-table, but no bed, because Ents sleep while they are standing.
    /warp wellinghall

    • Whitfurrows

    Whitfurrows is a village in the Eastfarthing, in the Shire. It is not mentioned in the books, but it is mentioned by Tolkien. There are five house, but surprisingly no Hobbit-holes.
    /warp whitfurrows

    • Whitwell

    Whitwell is a village in the south of the Shire. The father of Peregrin Took (Pippin) owned a farm in Whitwell. In the USA and in England, there is also a town called Whitwell. The "Whit" in the name comes from white, that refers to the white chalk of the soil.
    /warp whitwell

    • Willowbottom

    Willowbottom is a village in the Eastfarthing, in the Shire. It consists of about fifteen houses and it is located between a swamp and the forest Woody End. Willowbottom is only mentioned on a map made by Tolkien.
    /warp willowbottom

    • Windich

    Windich is a town in Anfalas or Langstrand, a region in Gondor. It is not mentioned in Tolkien's works. There are about ten houses and down the hill is a farm settlement with a few breweries. The project is led by @_Luk .
    /warp windich

    • Windmaw

    Windmaw is a harbour town in Belfalas, Gondor. It contains about 35 houses and farm houses. Due its location, it would most likely be the main trade centre from Tolfalas to the continent. The town was never mentioned in any of Tolkien's works, because it is not important in the lore.
    The town was led by @greglas2 and finished in September 2016.
    /warp Windmaw

    • Woodhall

    Woodhall is a little town in the middle of the Woody End, a forest in the east of the Shire. There are ten houses in Woodhall. Frodo, Sam and Pippin met the Elvish Gildor Inglorion with his people near Woodhall who were going to leave Middle-earth .
    /warp woodhall

    • WorldSpawn

    WorldSpawn is the place where you spawn after you pass the new player quiz. Welcome to MCME! It is exactly the same location as /warp bagend. Which is a room in Bagend, the home of Bilbo and Frodo Baggins.

    /warp worldspawn.