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Revision as of 22:26, 22 October 2017

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Mansion stage static housing in a metropolis node.[2]

Static housing provides non-instanced player accommodation within a node, also known as in-node housing.[4]

  • Players are able purchase small one room houses starting at the Village stage (Node stage 3).[4]

Static housing development

As a node levels up, its in-node housing levels up with it.[4]

  • The architecture of static housing is predetermined by the racial influence of the Node development.[5]
  • As the node advances, so does the housing.
  • New property becomes available at each stage of advancement, but it will be more akin to what was available at the previous stage.
  • Only the houses that existed at the Village stage will become main street mansions at the Metropolis stage.

Buying and selling (Real estate)

Players buy the deeds for housing from the node itself.[6] Players can also buy and sell properties from other players.[4]

This will allow players to transfer real property goods. This includes freeholds, this includes static housing, this includes apartments that they may own; and they can sell those because those will have a limited and finite quantity.[8]Steven Sharif

Rental and leasing concepts are currently under consideration.[8]

Some concepts that we have is going to be rental or leases that could be had allowing players to kind of lease a property for a period of time where they will have control rights over utilizing storage based on the area, controlling the furniture or access point; all that kind of stuff.[8]Steven Sharif

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