There are four places I like to call home:
- 3 Harrow Road. Goatbottle, Shire Homesteads Deluxe House. Home of Hatric
- 2 Harrow Road. Goatbottle, Shire Homesteads Standard House. Home of Bobaroni
- 1 Cliff Road. Iphantrad, Belfalas Homesteads Stately House. Home of Resolina
- Tol Lochul. Saerath, Belfalas Homesteads Deluxe Kinship House. Home of Away Shall Fade.
Everything should be in order for you to come visit.
3 Harrow Road. I always wanted to live in a hobbit home. Hatric (originally Hatty) currently resides in a deluxe home on the far side of the neighborhood. You will only find a few flower and garden spots in the slim yard leading up to the house. Once inside, you will be welcomed by a large variety of produce on your left. The main room has been remodeled and currently doesn't hold any sort of theme. However, there are two more rooms you can visit. The Writing Chamber on the left has everything an eager hobbit has to explore the inner workings of Bilbo's adventures. The Rohirric chamber on the right has a very warm orange glow with all the things a warrior from Rohan would want.
2 Harrow Road: Everyone runs into the issue of storage. So here is a secondary account just down the road to keep all your unnecessary garbage you may want to dump for later use. While Asanda's kinship is currently awaiting their new house in a couple months, take pleasure to visit Bobaroni's home. Just follow the sound of the mooing cows (yes, they actually moo). Inside is all of Eriador's taxidermis, some courtesy of Hobbit festivals and the Inn League.
1 Cliff Road. With Resolina venturing further in Mordor's territory, it was time to have a home away from home. Since Rohan still refuses to accept the house deed the two brothers fought over, I went and bought myself a home in Gondor. At first I was going to do a Bilbo theme in the front yard with the three stone trolls proudly on display. Then I realized all of the other really nice things I could include. Make sure to say hi to little ol' Nanu. Whenever you are done being grabbed by an ominous tentacle, you are welcome to come on inside. Don't get too scared if you happen to see a few shadows lurking at the end of the hallway once you open the doors. I assure you those are merely decorative armor pieces. The main chamber has the various flower pots (4 from Lothlorien and 3 from Spring Festival). The corners are still going through some renovations but currently hold 4 Tapestries from Dol Amroth (with 3 more to go). Upstairs to the left is the famous, or infamous for some of you, Beer Room! To the right are various paintings and snowglobes for your viewing pleasure. Beyond the main room to the right is the Librarian's Dream room. There you will find some Gondorian books to read. If they aren't your style, perhaps you will find something more your liking in the Academic & Scholar room across the way. You are welcome to visit the backroom but please do be careful when handling the Moria merchandise. We have had complaints of a foul odor coming from the giant mushroom. If you leave the house and look across the way, you will see the island where the kinhouse is (as long as you don't think about it being in an entirely different neighborhood).
Tol Lochul. Away Shall Fade has set up a very nice place for their members to visit on an island entirely on its own. To the left of the main entrance sports the Crafting Center. You may get ingredient packs from the ingredient crate that is resupplied on a daily basis. You can try and cheer up the Gondorian supplier by buying and selling goods with her. To the left of the main entrance is a public meeting area. You probably won't find anyone there since we are usually all out saving the world before bedtime. In the center of the island is a giant bonfire for anyone wanting to roast some marshmellows. For a burglar, a Nazgul figure might be the only thing you see before going inside for the chest. For the rest of us, we will probably only notice the chest and maybe a wolf. If you ever do find some spare time in your busy schedule, go ahead and check out the rest of the house. You might just notice that new mysterious door to Mordor, the intriguing standing stone, or a red chair to lay back in. Or you might just see a ton of fish hanging from the walls.
Down below you will see the Tall Gondorian Candlebra from Dol Amroth and the Gondorian Candlebrum you get from the epic quest. Now you know the difference.
by Resolina on 2017-11-29 12:21:49
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