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Minecraft heads to Lord of the Rings’ Mines of Moria

Minecraft heads to Lord of the Rings’ Mines of Moria

Minecraft heads to Lord of the Rings: There have been several recreations of Minecraft over the years. Whether it’s a YouTuber’s warped take on Tetris or a fan’s very own Dark Souls game, there’s no shortage of blocky interpretations on other media. It’s only logical, therefore, that there is a plethora of Lord of the Rings-themed Minecraft creations out there.

DesignMinion’s construction, in contrast to many of the others we’ve covered, focuses on minute details rather than grand size. One of DesignMinion’s doors, which they made in the spirit of The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, was recently shared on Reddit by the community. Some think it’s a joke, while others are convinced it’s a tomb that leads to a mine. The only thing we can say with certainty is that this door is magnificent.

For those who are perplexed as to how DesignMinion accomplished what they have, they provide a thorough explanation that resembles something out of an IKEA catalog. There are white concrete blocks depicted in the drawing. As you move south, the texture gets brighter because of the use of deep slate and terracotta, as well as “stone staircases” that rise upwards toward the south.

Additional fantastic detail is The Watcher, which in this version of the universe is a squid man, but a terrifying Hobbit-eating Kraken in the real world. the designation is utilizing a shader named Sildur’s Vibrant Shaders v1.32 Medium, which has a side effect of glowing. Fans of the Lord of the Rings will be pleased with this one-of-a-kind tribute.

If you’re looking for additional Minecraft content, you should look at Mojang’s next game, Minecraft Legends, which is set in the same world as the original game.

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