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  • Phase 2 begins in Arthur’s Crossing

    Construction on my frozen city, Arthur’s Crossing, has finally begun!  I started planning this location just over 2 years ago.  Last March, I built the first structure here – Castle Pendragon, the home of the Prince of Nador.  Today I began construction on the village/town with the city’s temple.

    I also updated my graphic showing my plans in Arthur’s Crossing, as the castle didn’t end up where I had initially planned.

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  • Castle Pendragon is complete

    Construction on Castle Pendragon is complete.  Phase #1 of Project: Nador is done!  The castle is the home to the Prince of Nador, who obviously rules over the Frozen Land of Nador.  I’m going to leave it as just the castle for a bit, then come back and construct the first portion of Arthur’s Landing.  It will start as a small town, and grow into the large city I have envisioned.

    Here are some pics of the finished castle!

  • Progress continues on Castle Pendragon

    I’ve been slowly working on Castle Pendragon, in the Frozen Land of Nador.  The walls are closed in, windows are in, and the heating systems have been installed (i.e. lots of fireplaces).  I’m still tweaking the outside design of the building here and there. The inside has the rooms mostly laid out except on the lower levels, and theres a lot of furnishing left to do.  Progress will continue…



  • Construction has begun in Nador

    After a long bout of not playing Minecraft, I have finally begun construction on my frozen city.  It only took months, and an entire new patch to Minecraft, but here we are.

    Since this city is intended to be more organic, I started with the castle.  I want to follow a similar pattern to how Imperial City has developed.  Going to start with the castle, then build a small village/town with it.  From there it will slowly grow like Imperial City has.

    So far its all made of one material, not designed very well.  Working on getting the layout perfect.  I’m thinking of calling it Castle Pendragon. Here are some pics: