Housing Week in Middle-Earth #13 – The Final Fifteen !
Housing Week in Middle-Earth #13 – The Final Fifteen !

Housing Week in Middle-Earth #13 – The Final Fifteen !

Housing Week in Middle-Earth #13 – The Final Fifteen !

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At last D&Co presents the Final Fifteen of the 13th Housing Week in Middle-Earth contest!


It’s time for everyone to sit down with a pen and paper (and maybe something to drink/eat) and tally up the points for their favorite Personal Premium Houses in this edition of the Housing Week in Middle-Earth contest.

First of all, I want to warmly thank every single one of the entrants who decided to participate in this contest! There were 49 total entries this time around.

Again, thank you to everyone who participated!

Unfortunately, as is always the case, decisions had to be made.

So here they are: 15 houses from which two (one in Belfalas/Rohan, one in Erebor) will be chosen to rule them all! A photo report has been created for each house but I strongly encourage you to visit them all yourself if possible.

Take your time in exploring them, tally up the numbers, cast your votes, and enjoy!

Note: names of neighborhoods aren’t necessarily consistent across the game’s three languages, so the language of the client (launcher) corresponding to the listed neighborhood is specified under each address.

The Final Fifteen

#1 : Aenhir
Belfalas – Laurelin

#2 : Angilwen & Lonereth
Eastfold (Rohan) – Evernight

#3 : Carax
Eastfold (Rohan) – Belegaer

#4 : Cementarri
Belfalas – Arkenstone

#5 : Chlorina
Erebor – Sirannon

#6 : Haflith
Kingstead (Rohan) – Crickhollow

#7 : Hucklepuck
Erebor – Gladden

#8 : Innovation
Erebor – Gladden

#9 : Moskin
Kingstead (Rohan) – Crickhollow

#10 : Numendur
Erebor – Laurelin

#11 : Ravenwitch
Belfalas – Arkenstone

#12 : Resolina
Erebor- Landroval

#13 : Sylhouette
Eastfold (Rohan) – Anor

#14 : Tres
Erebor – Gladden

#15 : Tuaneril
Erebor – Evernight

The voting system:

  • Each house is given an average score between 1 and 10 based on the Jury’s and the public’s votes
  • The weighting of the votes is as follows: 40% Jury, 60% public
  • The Jury determines the winner of the Jury Prizes
  • Jurors are: Edward, Kaels, Khelsi, Laurel, Prunaprismia and me

The rules:

(contest presentation post)

  • You have until Sunday, July 24th, 11:59pm EDT time, to vote.
  • You can rate each house anything from 1 to 10
  • You can vote for one or more houses; there are no restrictions
  • One vote per person (I’m watching you :p!)

You can vote for yourself if you like.

Play fair !

  • Votes like “I give myself a 10 and everyone else a 1” will be refused.
  • You can give yourself a 10 but votes which intentionally lower the average scores of other houses will not be accepted.

Rewards: 

Belfalas/Rohan Houses:

Erebor Houses:

Note: Rewards are cumulative.

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4 Comments

  1. Sven

    Any chance you could just list the other 34 houses that didn’t make the Final Fifteen cut? I’d love to see their houses too (even if not vote-eable) sure the other players that put a lot of hard work in their houses too would like at least an honourable mention.

  2. Aeglaeca

    I have to say that I am not very impressed with some of the homes that where picked this year, its more of lets pick homes that people have stacked and cramed stuff ina area to make it look different or odd than what a nice home would look like, it’s more of an X Creator contest than a home contest. and picking over 1/2 the homes from the new area alone… you really limited your choices.

    1. Yao

      Well, the rules clearly stated that I was going to choose half of the homes from Erebor to celebrate the fact that it was the first contest for this new neighborhood.

      Other than that, I’m sorry you’re not impressed with some of the houses I selected.

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