Roheisia is currently living in her kin house for Heirs of Luthien and Beren. Her friends Anoren, Poppi, et al come to visit often as well. It is in the Bree neighborhood of Dunstow and the address is 8 Long Street. It is open to all, so feel free to stop by, relax, and enjoy the waterfall.
"It's a dangerous business, Frodo, going out your door. You step onto the road, and if you don't keep your feet, there's no knowing where you might be swept off to." Bilbo Baggins
Shamat now has a nice, rather comfortable human style dwelling in the Breeland Homesteads. He would have gotten one closer to where he grew up, but with so much to do down south, he decided it was best to stay close to the action.
You can find him at 3 Fountain Street, Normere.
He doesn't have any borders yet, but thinks one might show up at any time. Since he's hardly ever home, someone has to watch the place, right?
Arienwyn is a proud new owner of a lovely 3 room house in the Bree Homesteads, Neighbourhood Crawcot at 3 Fountain Street. There is space a lot of chairs and lovely fireplaces .Welcome gifts such as small and big wall decorations (4 and 5 respectivly) and thin furniture (just one) will be gladly accepted . All of the guild are welcome to visit, use the housing storage and use the decorations so you can light a fire
I also recently bought a lovely stately house in Belfalas.
"But if you would know, I am turning aside soon. I am going to have a long talk with Bombadil: such a talk as I have not had in all my time. He is a moss-gatherer, and I have been a stone doomed to rolling. But my rolling days are ending, and now we shall have much to say to one another." -Gandalf, "The Return of the King"
Today, Auros' rolling has ended. After some 6+ years (has it already been that long since LotRO went live?) , he's finally gone and bought himself a house. Kin members are welcome to visit it at 2 Twinfall Path, Tum Laden neighborhood in the Falathlorn Homesteads (Elven Housing).
"There Iluvatar permitted the Valar to maintain upon the Earth an abiding place, a memorial of that which might have been if Morgoth had not cast his shadow upon the world." -Akallabeth, The Silmarillion
"When you can do what you want, you will be who you are." -John Hagee (first person I heard use it anyway)