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Behold the snow, and the cunning work of frost! Melkor hath devised heats and fire without restraint, and hath not dried up thy desire nor utterly quelled the music of the sea. Behold rather the height and glory of the clouds, and the everchanging mists; and listen to the fall of rain upon the Earth!

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Weather is a phenomenon that occurs throughout Middle-earth. It occurs randomly, and exists globally across all of Middle-earth. Weather can consist of rain, thunderstorms, snow, sandstorms, and even ashfalls.

MechanicsEdit

When weather occurs, it takes different forms depending on your location. Most temperate and tropical areas will have rain or a thunderstorm, much like in vanilla Minecraft. Since Update 36, deserts will feature sandstorms, with particles of sand and dust obscuring your vision and whipping around you in a circular pattern, and Mordor has ashfalls from its many volcanoes. Cold biomes, such as Forodwaith or mountainous regions will have snowfall. The Misty Mountains have their view obstructed by extra mist, which can be turned off via a command.

Differences from VanillaEdit

Rain in the LOTR mod differs from vanilla rain (although it does not affect other dimensions) in that since Public Beta 20.2 it has a clear or greyish colour, unlike the blue of vanilla rain. Since Public Beta 33.4, mist appears during rain and it is also somewhat quieter than in vanilla, with different sounds (Note that the 'wind' sounds are played when the player is at high altitude):

Rain Thunder Wind
Rain1
Rain2
Rain3
Thunder1
Thunder2
Thunder3
Wind1
Wind2
Wind3

Rain also fills Ent jars and drinking vessels left outside.

GalleryEdit

Gameplay mechanics of the Lord of the Rings Mod

Start a Discussion Discussions about Weather

  • Misty Mountains Improvement Thread

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    • I like your idea for the blizzards, however saruman was not the cause of the snowstorm in the books, but the spirit of Caradhras itself. The st...
    • *facepalms* ah yes, forgive my fuax pas regarding Caradhras (it all comes of having seen the movies more recently than read the books, I guess :/).
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