“Shhh! This is a Library!”

Planning time! What am I thinking for this library? Come check it out!

Please reread the title of this post, but this time, use your best angry librarian voice. It makes it SO much better! Trust me, I’m a teacher.

Speaking of being a teacher… *dead*

The start of a school year is rough for everyone, and yes, that includes teachers. I’ve randomly fallen asleep around my house twice this evening. Sigh, is it Friday yet?

When I first started this world, I was young and innocent. This mountaintop isn’t very large, is it?


It’s ok though! I was panicking due to my silliness and inability to register size, but after re-reading some of my old posts, I was struck with some inspiration.

The ruins stand atop the mountain, silent and forlorn. Once the premier institution of magical learning and research in the land, only the wind’s whispers are heard in these halls now.

It’s been a while since I’ve done some lore, hasn’t it? I like those two sentences.  I’ll try to do more of it in the future. Anyways, back to the library.  Most of the library on the surface of the mountain has been destroyed. It was built (or rather, will be built seeing as I haven’t built it yet) down into the mountain, so there will still be plenty of ruins left to explore.


This sharp drop is looking down from the top of the right side of the peak.  Eventually, there will be ruins of the library down there. Yup, part of the mountain was blown up by our villain.

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This last group of pictures is meant to show some of the physical damage that happened to the mountain.  I was toying around with some possible builds and styles and was relatively pleased with how it turned out.  It did take a little bit to figure out how to make the depression in the crater for some weird reason though, but I think it turned out well in the end.

Over the next few posts, we will be developing this library build.  I’ve got some really cool ideas that I think will be relatively successful, and I’m looking forward to sharing them. Until next time!

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