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About Player Housing -
I enjoy player housing in Vanguard/Everquest 2 was wondering if FF14 ARR is going to have this feature?
• Instanced Housing System (3 sizes, small, medium, large. Medium and Large cost high amounts of gil.) – Need to read more on this. Comprehensive Info.
Only information I have seen thus far.
Originally posted by Epic1oots I wish you can have real neighbors or maybe a guild mansion....
guild mansion would be a cool concept
has any of these things been confirmed?
if the instance is a world with everyones' houses and guild houses that would be totally cool but if it is instance like EQ2 then it is meh...
The concept is akin to LOTROs housing neighbourhoods, but without the fail 'hook' system, so there are basically instances that contain a certain number and variety of houses.
It's been confirmed that crafters can build and upgrade parts of the house as well, with YoshiP giving an example of crafting a new style of roof through the efforts of multiple players.
It seems there's a focus on making housing a social feature as the larger houses are designed to be too expensive for a single player to maintain and customising them seems to require help from multiple players.
Originally posted by ozerinx thats cool have they announced the price of a basic housing unit for individual players or the ones for guilds?
I don't have a quote handy but Yoshi-P said it would cost every single piece of gil you earn from questing from 1 to max level [presumably with 1 class] for the cheapest housing...if you don't spend anything, ever.
Originally posted by Divinefairy Sounds like a alot, but that is likely rather cheap after finding a few or creating a few desirable items.
It's enough to make it feel important, and make getting a house feel like an achievement, but also realistic enough for most people to afford one if they level multiple jobs. The two larger sizes cost several times that amount though, so guild halls are going to be a real status symbol.