TraizzyBuilds Builder Application


What is your Minecraft username?

What is your age?

In what country are you living?

Where did you first hear about WesterosCraft?
Searched online

What do you like the most about GoT/ASoIaF?
I think what really caught me was that it was filmed in so many different locations and that the story all came together across all 8 chapters. The recordings and VFX effects are just awensome as well!

What is your favorite build on our server?
I love the whole map but I really like walking threw the strees of Kings Landing.

Why do you want to join our server?
Because i love building in Minecraft & I love Game of Thrones. So I looked for an opportunity to bring these two things together.


Imgur Album: I got told that I can also add other builds I built in the past. Here is my building portfolio:

Did you follow the application rules?
You know nothing, Jon Snow
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The Old Bear
Hi Traizzy,

Good job on your application house. Just a few issues I can see for now;

  • Rafters under your roof are key, by the looks of it you've used full blocks which looks inelegant.
  • Daub and wattle pattern not quite right, but something you can quickly fix.

For your first build challenge build something you think would be appropriate a /warp Duskendale.



Hey, Thank you. 2021-05-25_15.39.04.pngHere is a house that would fit in Duskendale imo. I hope you like it!


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The Old Bear
Hi Traizzy, sorry for the slow reply I've been busy with IRL work.

Structurally I like this build, your proportions are solid.

I'd buy this as a stables-esque design, with the open archways and hay in the corner, however nothing else about the build screams stables to me. So in terms of communicating the purpose of this build, I'd say you've slightly missed the mark. The build is too open to be a house, yet doesn't suggest what it otherwise is.

The palette of blocks you’ve used are the pink blocks rather than the KL Dun or sandstone found at Duskendale.

Your daub and wattle patterning is a little erratic— try and view the timbers as structural to the walls, keep it simple if unsure. There are plenty of examples across recent builds of good daub and wattle patterning.

Otherwise it’s a little difficult to feedback as it’s not quite a house,

For your next challenge build something in the /warp Woodwright style.

Good luck



Hey! I didnt have time back in the days to keep building on the application. Cash said I can respond to that threat to get a new building theme. Id be really happy to get a new chance to apply.


The Old Bear
Hi Traizzy,

Happy to pick this back up with you, take a look at Ghost Hill and build something in the style there.