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10-31-2007 @ 5:14PM
In LOTRO, you essentially "rent" your house and land by paying a monthly fee within the game. If you stop paying, your house disappears. I don't know what happens to your stuff inside it. This precludes people from temporarily suspending their accounts and then coming back to the game at a later date. It also encourages guild "frat houses" where the guild leaders have to charge the guild members dues in order to pay the rent.Personally, I don't see the point. If I wanted to play The Sims, I'd play The Sims. I have a bank for my stuff. I don't need a virtual doll house....Krickhttp://www.tankadin.com
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