Erollisi Day Events

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  1. Longasc says:

    I also have by far too many housing items in LOTRO. And it actually turns my house from a home into a trophy show, which cannot and should not be the sole reason for housing to exist. Unfortunately it is, at least in LOTRO.

    I personally only get the more interesting thingies from each festival by now, as I simply cannot store all of the items, many even char bound to make things even more complicated.

  2. Though I would like to have a second EQ2 house, the database implications are problematic. One extra house, with hundreds of items, is bad enough, but one extra house for all the alts of all the characters out there could kill the database pretty quickly. I heard an interview with Turbine on a podcast last week where they pointed out that it is much easier to add more shared storage (one box per account) than bigger bags on every character (including throwaway alts people rolled up once and never used again) for this reason. I’m sure that’s an even bigger problem in EQ2, with 36+ slot bags left and right, and storage for hundreds of items in player houses. I started decorating my house primarily because I ran out of bankspace to store all the housing items I was getting through quests in my banks. 🙂

  3. Odius says:

    Do you play the game at those settings or do you just change them for the pictures? Cause…it’s look real nice. I can’t move mor ethan 5 feet at a time on my rig at max settings on EQ2.

  4. stargrace says:

    @Odius – I play the game at those settings, and even raid at those settings. I’m running an i7 with 8 gigs of ram, and an ATI Radeon HD 4800 (not top of the line). I get about 40-60fps on max settings with graphics that high.

  5. Lishian says:

    We need plots of land… including a house, a barn and a guest house.

  1. February 10, 2010

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