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How I Build Goblin Houses (Goblin Kingdom) | Minecraft Fantasia | Ep14


Welcome to Chapter 14 of Minecraft Fantasia!

Fantasia is a series in which I am building an epic medieval fantasy world in minecraft consisting of many giant kingdoms for men, elves, dwarves, orcs, gnomes, mer, giants, and goblins.

Fantasia Playlist:

In this episode we continue building our way around the ledge that encircles the underground goblin kingdom. I figured I’d take a bit to show you how I build goblin houses. At least, the hut-style houses. I did go over the other style in a previous episode. 🙂

Thanks for watching!


Check out my other series!

Fantasia (Single-Player Epic Medieval Fantasy Builds):

Craftaway (SMP):

Underground Survival (Single-Player):

Fantasia Prologue:


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Friends of mine who are also building Medieval/Fantasy worlds:
Grumpy Owl Gaming:


DragonTech Builds:

Pixel Brew:

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Music: “Celtic Impulse”, “Willow and the Light”, & “Epic Unease” Kevin MacLeod (
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Music: “Traveler”, “Nomadic Sunset”, & “Marked” by Alexander Nakarada (
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License


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  1. Oh my goodness. This is absolutely beautiful! Have you built the entire thing? The resource pack is also really amazing. Please tell me this will be available to download in the future!

  2. Hey Klautos! Yes I believe the log block states would stay consistent with a world download. The block states exist in vanilla MC, you’re just using WE to change the ones you’ve placed to them. Also, you can set a brush to the block and mask it to only the wood to change and then you won’t have to fly around and select pos coords. Might make changing things easier. Finally the direction placements can be tricky so check the wiki for those. PS those tree connected textures rock!

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