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4-02-2009 @ 2:39PM
I've been wondering the same thing. For the most part, it sounds like a way for people to avoid interacting with anybody outside their established circle of friends. Beyond that, most of the arguments for housing seem to involve players who want a place to put things that hold personal value, like their Tier 3 armor from old Naxx, without consuming all their bank space.Apaprently Ultima used to have this, so you'll need to ask an Ultima player how that would actually work; I'm not much of a programmer, but I'd hate to have to write the code that allows players to decorate these houses however they wanted, allowing Sims-like flexibility while maintaining the graphical detail we've come to expect from WoW.I think guild housing makes more sense, because there would be fewer of them (consider the server load of running hundreds or even thousands of instanced houses at once), and they'd at least promote interaction within guilds.
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