Hello every, Fronacen here. For anyone who recognizes me, I'll be a sight for sore eyes.
With the latest update out for the mod, I have decided to start a blog series, a retrospective as it were.
Of course, retrospective usually implies something has run its course: that is not what am saying about this mod. Instead, I want to use my experience with this mod and it's many updates to critically look back at what has happened with this mod. This is not meant as a review of the mod.
I would also like to point out a few things:
First of all, for those who don't know, I have been watching this mod for a LONG time (I believe way back in July, 2013, when Mirkwood was added). For people at home, that means since Beta 7. I have seen a lot, both mod-add…Read more >
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Ok, I just wanted to say that his screenshot is just a testament to how great of a mod this is. Thanks to Mevans we can capture an image such as this... He's make Minecraft such a beautiful place.
I haven't seen any other blog-post about this yet (nor forum), so I figured I'd do this. For the fun of it, I wanted to see what other people are thinking about the pretty "spoilers" for Beta 26. I'll try to update this every time something new is added, but so many diffrent (serious) takes can be. This isn't ment to tear apart everything and ruin the update or anything like that, but it would be fun to do.
Before I start, I will note that on Novermber 21st, TD commented that this update is for "improvements to various and exsisting factions." Obviously Modderators aren't always the most trustworthy sources, but because of my deep want for improvements to older factions, I'm going to (for now) believe what TD said. I don't mind theories ab…Read more >
So for the past couple of days I've been working on a Lindon build. Obviously I've mostly used High Elven Bricks, but I've also used a little bit of silver, Galadhrim Bricks (for Detailing) and Birch Wood. Oh, and some parts of the build wouldn't be possible without Carpenter's Blocks. Currently I have a good deal of the first floor done. This picture showcases what the first-floor layout looks like. The silver I mentioned earlier acts like a capstone for the interior pillars of each of the halls. The smallest was the first hall I built. Then I built the one to it's left. The one bellow the secod hall I made next, and the Longest one was made at the very end. The room to the right of the First Hall is going to be a stairway up to t…Read more >