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5-07-2009 @ 12:21AM
Player housing? Like a guild house? That's the thing i miss most about City of Heroes/Villains, i want my superbase back! :-P There's a few ideas in CoH/CoV that WoW could...appropriate.1)CoH had teleporters that would take you to any zone. WoW could have it rigged to take you to most inns from any capitol city. 2)A player "locker" would be a good idea, say, half the size of a player bank.3) Put the guild bank here, duh4)Anvils or sewing machines so PC's could fix their armor or gear, with the right skills.5)Forges that would proc and give you extra bars when smelting, a jewelers workbench to proc for extra gems when you prospect, or some "enchanting focus" that would proc for more mats, Extra proc-ing stove for cooks, extra proc-ing lab gear for alchy, etc.6)Mini Greenhouse for Herbalists (instead of proc for more mats, stuff put in it "grows" after some time)Weapons rack? Armor Rack? Eliminate stable masters by having your own stable? A bunk that give you a spirit buff when you log in AFTER logging out lying down on it? A Hot Tub? The sky's the limit. Of course, all this leet gear will cost some serious coin (Northrend herbs will choke off stuff from Redridge, they need their own greenhouse; a 'port from SWC to Goldshire is cheap, SWC to Icecrown, that's expensive). Now guild members that don't raid quite as often can help by doing dalies and farming.
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