Crowfall explains how to build your pocket-sized kingdom

    
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Over at Crowfall, the subject is once again swinging back to the eternal kingdoms, the game’s housing-cum-private world. ArtCraft posted a new 13-point FAQ to explain how players will be constructing their eternal kingdoms via the parcel builder tool.

The idea here is that players will piece together their kingdoms with the builder like building a puzzle, then shape each parcel with special features by putting down building assets in much the same way. As long as parcel and building footprints don’t overlap, players can shape their worlds to look like whatever they want.

Some of the building assets mentioned include heads on stakes, harpy nests, harvestable nodes, and graves that spawn zombies. The only way to get mob “spawners” is to craft them, however. The studio also notes that parcels can come with rules limiting or allowing certain types of assets to be used on them.

Source: Parcel builder FAQ. Thanks to Samizdat for the tip!
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Deuter
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Deuter

Samizdat Robert80 If these campaigns are happening on such a large scale, I’m not quite sure how win-trading would occur. It seems like the large-scale factor almost prevents this from happening.

Samizdat
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Samizdat

Robert80 Yeah, the two big things I would like to see more concrete information on will be about anti-cheat and win trading.

Robert80
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Robert80

I like the idea, but with materials of rarity tied to the high risk campaigns where they have said the losing team won’t get much for resources… I am unsure about the rarer materials being used for some of the cool stuff.  I’m thinking this will result in the same thing that ESO had with the emperorship… win trading.

mrnastybutler
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mrnastybutler

Sounds like a neat idea in theory.

Archebius
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Archebius

Sounds like a neat way to integrate some basic resources into your EK. If it turns out as well as they make it sound, I may never actually go campaigning…

uller30
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uller30

Im excited to play this game and as a backer super pumped.  So far it looks really promising.  Give it a watch or pledge to it if your expecting a challenge in a mmo again

Huxys
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Huxys

A system like this has a lot of potential for expansion and integration into other game systems. In fact it looks like they’re already thinking about it that way. Thumbs up!