Personal hideouts would be nice, but in no way can they solve the real problem: the game encourages players to invest heavily in the Royals.Why do u only quote that part of my post? what about the idea i give of having our own small personal hide out linked to out guild´s hide out with up to three farming plots?U look like u not only want to have access to ur island but to everything else in the royal continent while also "living" in the outlands. Living in the outlands means exactly that, living there and if u want to go to the cities u can travel whenever u want, nothing stops u of doing it.That's an arrogant, elitist perspective at odds with the game design and the developers stated intentions for the Outlands.Albion develops new players by bringing them into the Royals and providing options: blue zones, yellow zones, red zones, Outlands realmgates, faction content, massive markets, personal islands. All of these gameplay mechanics are additive: you can base in your island, and do any of them as you want.U dont HAVE to do it, its ur choose. U can stay in the royal cities and enjoy their conforts or live in the outlands away from them. Why do people expect to have the best of both sides at the same time without any sacrifice?
Why should you have to leave all that behind to use an Outlands home? Especially if the developers really want players to use them! All we're basically suggesting is that players be allowed to move their Outlands access point from the realmgates to a single home in the Outlands, at the cost of transporting goods.
I've seen no one give a good reason why that's a bad thing. (Lots of elitism and hand-waving, to be sure, but nothing reasonable.)
Blaming those same players for not wanting to give that up (or do a daily riding simulator) to use their Outlands home is extremely incompetent (among other things).
Furthermore, SBI made it plain they wanted players to live in Outlands homes. It is therefore up to SBI to make accommodations, not the players, especially since the resistance to using those homes is due to SBI's own design.
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