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10-31-2007 @ 5:40PM
"As much as I love the idea of creating my own house for my characters, the one thing I noticed about the housing in EQII for instance that I did not like was the solitude."Er...at least back at launch, in EQ2 you could enter anyone's house and visit, although only people on a certain list could make any changes. I know that today, many people still sell items from their homes (buying directly from someone means you don't have to pay the broker fees, the seller gets the same amount regardless). They might have changed how the permissions to enter a home work, I suppose...I haven't bothered with that in the limited time I've played recently. And guild halls are a big part of EQ2...In general, and this includes WoW of course, I think that but individual player housing is pretty pointless without a way to personalize it. But guild halls can be a lot of fun. The suggestion to be able to hearth to the guild hall is a good one, and to be able to be in the trade channel. Other options are having private bankers and AH reps, and vendors/repairers...but there are pros and cons to all of those. And it will probably cost a decent amount of gold, and with all the complaining from the guild bank costs, that won't go over well. Oh well...there's a price for anything worth having. ;)
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