[EQ2] Guest post about housing at Nerdy Bookahs

Nerdy Bookahs have been doing a series on housing in MMORPGs. They already did one for Lord of the Rings Online, Aion and Rift. Now there is one about housing in Everquest 2 as well, written by yours truly!

If you are interested in housing on MMOs or just never tried and are curious about it then I highly suggest to give all the posts a read. They are pretty good at introducing the different housing systems in each game and may help to decide which one has the best features for you. πŸ™‚

Of course there are other games with housing in there too. Those are the only ones Paeroka had some personal experience with or someone else offered to write a guest post about it. In fact, if someone wants to write a guest post for Nerdy Bookahs about housing in a gameΒ  that hasn't been covered I am pretty sure Paeroka would be very happy to accept it. Just head over their blog and check their contact page.

Many thanks to Paeroka for allowing me this opportunity and for all her patience throughout this. πŸ™‚

 

4 thoughts on “[EQ2] Guest post about housing at Nerdy Bookahs

  1. Paeroka

    I thank you for helping me out here! πŸ™‚

    I am open for guest entries about housing, of course. I haven't actively played enough MMOs that have housing to cover them all myself. :p

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    1. Rakuno

      Well, true. It is just that I wasn't sure how far you wanted to go with the series. I mean, right now I think the ones covered at Nerdy Bookahs are the biggest MMOs that have housing. There are probably a bunch more out there that just aren't as popular.

      But I think the future looks bright as far as housing goes. We have Everquest Next Landmark which is all about building places (although I am still unsure how it will tie in with Everquest Next) and Wild Star which seems to have a pretty solid housing system. I *think* Trove is alo all about building stuff? Hm. I guess I need to more research on that one since I know next to nothing about it.

      Anyway, there just seems to be more serious interest into allowing players to build stuff and housing in MMOs right now than years prior.

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    1. Rakuno

      No problem! I tried to describe the system as best as I can but like everything in life it is best to just experiment it to really get it. πŸ™‚

       

      (Sorry for that again and thanks for letting me know about the issue. It wasn't something that happened just to you, it was a known issue with the anti-spam module but I didn't notice it until you e-mailed me. It is a bit of a long story but I can e-mail you the details if you want to.)

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