Changing My Mind, A Million Times #WurmOnline
I haven’t managed to create any rare items yet, but I’ve heard a lot of people happily exclaiming over them in kchat (freedom chat). I’m looking forward to seeing how things progress as the code fleshes out, at the moment not all rare items or materials have a use.
I walked back down to the Deliverance Market to see how my merchant had fared. I should have kept track of what I had placed for sale, but I was happy to see I had made a few copper! Almost 60, in fact. That’s almost a month of rent on one of my deeds (they cost 1s a month each) and I had left the merchant up for less than a week so I’m quite happy with that result. Now I’ve got more motivation to work on my priests so that I can enchant more items and put them for sale. I haven’t quite decided what I want my ‘profession’ to be, but I’m aiming towards making some pendulums and enchanting them and then putting those for sale to start. We’ll see how it goes.
I plan on making a video of both deeds once I get things settled a bit more. Darkpaw Bay doesn’t require much work these days, just tending the animals and taking care of the fields. It’s the perfect little village for Arysh, my Fo priest. Les Reveurs on the other hand is for my crafter. I’d like to make that deed into a little country town, a few houses, some paths leading between them, a large oak tree in the center. I’m keeping a few tiles wide of trees as a make shift ‘wall’ around the deed to block it from the cutting that goes on around the property. I dislike looking out my windows to see everything has been cut down.
Since it’s on top of a mountain there’s a fantastic view, but at the moment I have no houses along that portion of the deed. I’m thinking a nice overlook of some sort may be part of my creation plans. In any case, that’s what I’ve been up to! I hope everyone has had a fantastic weekend. As always, happy gaming, no matter where you find yourself!