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2-10-2012 @ 9:17AM
Before I say what I intended to post I wanted to say that I am a new player (about a month in) and a lvl40 at the moment. I did do a trial back in 2005 but never really got hooked as I am now to the game. Anyways here it is.----I think it would be pretty awesome to have the ability to purchase actually homes in the game. Now just hear me out. They dont have to be personalized but much like an Inn to the fact that many characters can "purchase" a house (much like the one in the OP) and have a harthstone type of object where you can store items (yes i know there are Banks and Vaults). It may sound silly to some Im sure but just the fact that you could always come "Home" to a nice location to just relax and chill with friends. I also know this seems a lot nay it sounds almost exactly like the Inns in the game but we all know the Inns are not always in the most prime locations and in most cases are crowded and not very attractive. Ok Im sure I just showing my "newbieness" but just a thought. I didnt take much time to think about this so it was just a idea in the wind. Of course now that Im thinking about what I just said, this is a stupid idea...forget it. Just use the Inns lol.
2-10-2012 @ 10:13AM
I agree. I usually try to log out wiht my toon /sleep in a bed (in an inn). And since I like the small things, I undress before going to bed (don't you?) :)But!Just once! To not have to wake up in a room full of Deathknights!:)
2-10-2012 @ 1:12PM
Nothing "newbie" about this idea at all - it's something many players have been begging for over the last 7 years. I'd love to put my old stuff on display, and I'd love to RP without having to fly to the middle of nowhere to ensure that I won't be griefed, or even just interrupted. There is exactly one empty house in Stormwind, and it's totally awkward having people either spawn in it or run in and say "hey this is my house, gtfo" while we are RPing.
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