Inventory

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Personal inventory space (weight limit) is tied to a backpack. Caravans and Mules are intended to be the primary mode of transportation of goods.[1]

  • Mules can carry roughly 10 times more than backpacks. Caravans can carry roughly 10 times more than mules.[2]
  • Caravans will have carrying capacity limits and customizable stats, such as defensive points, speed and number of hired NPC guards.[3]

Backpacks

A backpack is an item crafted by artisans that provides personal inventory space.[5]

  • The higher level the backpack, the greater the inventory space.
  • Different backpack types cater to different activities. For example:

Mules

Moonstrider Mule mount color schemes.

Mules are mounts that assist in the transport of goods, resources, and gatherables to increase a player's carrying capacity.[6] Mules transport goods on a much smaller scale than the caravan system.[7]

Caravans

Caravans facilitate the transfer of goods for players wishing to turn a profit.[8]

The caravan system is an open world PvP system that revolves around opportunity and risk. Caravans facilitate the transfer of goods for players wishing to turn a profit.[8]

  • Caravans can transport goods for more than one player.[11]

Banking

Banking between characters is being discussed.[12]

  • A wearhouse ability may enable a player to transfer non-material goods between alternate characters. This excludes resources, materials or anything that relies on the caravan system.[13]

Nodes advance to the first stage quickly. This enables NPC services such as vending or banking items.[14]

Account management

The account management page is used to assign or reassign crowdfunding items to specific characters:[15]

  • Cosmetic skins.[16]
  • Moving items between characters, where they are only applicable to one character at a time.[12]

Mailing items

Items and resources are not able to be mailed.[17][18]

Player housing

Player housing provides an amount of storage.[19]

See also

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