Sorry this is a little late but I was just checking the Lore Board and saw some new ones, this is very good! I like how it reads fast, fitting to a horse poem.
I would recommend changing
To be free again -->
To ride the wind, since that is the only 5-syllable line in the whole poem, and throws off the rhythm (to me at least)
If your game is out of memory, it sounds like you need to allocate more RAM.
The following is a tutorial on allocating memory for minecraft using the LOTR mod. Please note that allocating the recommended amount of memory will require a 64-bit version of java. Choose your launcher below.
Old Vanilla Launcher
New Vanilla Launcher
To allocate more memory for minecraft using the newer edition of the vanilla launcher, click onLaunch Options, located on the right side of the menu bar. Click on the profile you intend to add more RAM for, and locate the box entitled JVM Arguments. Click the gray toggle to enable arguments for this profile. In the box, put -Xmx2G or -Xmx2048M. The recommended amount of memory for LOTR is 2G, but if you are using a high resolution texture pack you should allocate more. Likewise, if your computer is limited on memory, you may want to allocate less to be sure that your operating system and other programs have enough memory.
Barangolo wrote: Not sure what you meant though with having food farms in the Misty Mountains: if I use regular dirt (with water) in the Eregion biome, will crops grow slower than in the Mountains? Is there a difference in crop growth by the way in enemy biomes, even if I use (brought) dirt? I understand that local vegetation is different, but what about own sown crops like wheat or carrots?
Sorry if I was unclear: I meant that you can have farms in Eregion, where it seems to fit the landscape more (though doesn't affect crop growth) while still having the Misty Mountains nearby, which have much better mining than Eregion.
I usually have 2 bases in worlds I play on, which between them have most of the requirements:
1) Eregion: This base is mainly for the views. It can be tree-heavy, but if you go right next to the lake at the back, there are often a few grassy chunks. As an added bonus, you can step a few blocks to the east and be in the Misty Mountains, so you can have ore and food farms. Gundabad Orcs can invade, so you get challenges every so often. All in all, a great place to try and make a build based on looks, with important elements of gameplay
2) Angmar: Not what it seems like! I almost always build a watchtower of sorts right on the edge of the Mistys and Angmar. This often starts off as a platform on top of a dead tree, then I build paths above the ground to other trees, then I carve into the mountain to have a bed, and it grows as I play more. This offers a lot more challenge than Eregion, especially if your main weapon is not a bow, but the rewards are greatly increased, as you can loot camps and villages, kill all varieties of Orcs and Wargs, and even kill trolls to get Troll Chieftain Pieces. It severely lacks in the weather or views, but the fighting can make up for that at times. I recommend not making this your main base, but rather traveling here whenever you get the urge to take revenge on the hordes of evil.
I also like your base ideas as well, and will have to travel over and try them out!
Kickratgames wrote: It would appear you don't understand the concept of I am done with arguing. As I am done with that. I have found stubborn idiots (Such as yourself) will continuesly deny facts even if there is no eveidence to support that the facts are wrong.
I know about a flyting idiot. Btw I actually know 4 Viking Historians who I learned this from. I then cross-referenced with the other Historians on everything I learned. So yeah, I don't think much can beat talking to 4 different people who's job is actually to study Vikings.
My argument is over you can spam this with Denials but I won't look at them. Have fun trying though.
If you are ever trying to win an argument, never do this.
JVM Flags: 2 total; -XX:HeapDumpPath=MojangTricksIntelDriversForPerformance_javaw.exe_minecraft.exe.heapdump -Xmx6gM
Not sure how good your gaming setup is, but if you don't have 6 free gigs of Dedodated wam for your computer, then it's either going to allocate all of the possible RAM for your computer, thus slowing it down/crashing, or ignore it, thus giving it not enough RAM. I've heard that MC can get greedy if you give it too much RAM, so maybe try dropping that down to 2-3 (especially if you have a 4GB PC).
[19:55:04] [Client thread/INFO]: FML has found a non-mod file CodeChickenLib-1.7.10-220.127.116.11-universal.jar in your mods directory. It will now be injected into your classpath. This could severe stability issues, it should be removed if possible.
Perhaps try removing
CodeChickenLib from your mods?
On mine, there is a folder inside
1.7.10, and CodeChickenLib goes in there for me. If you have
1.7.10, try moving CCL to there.
Thanks for putting this here!
A few things that could help: