I purchased Mistveil Manor a few months ago, a considerable amount of time and energy was spent gathering up the gold in game to do so... now I'm not saying it was as strenuous as working to pay off a mortgage or anything, but it was still time and effort spent.
Sadly, it took me until just recently to notice that both someone wasn't paying attention to the build and I was being denied access to space that could be used inside the house.
Here we see the outside of the house, as you can see the walls clearly line up with the doorway all along the front, nothing spectacular, but there it is...
But once you go inside you can see there's a short hallway coming in before you reach where the walls are inside...
Now, in my mind, that says there's two huge chunks of floorspace I can't use because those walls need to be pushed out until they line up with the doors, because going by the outside dimensions of the house, the interior should be much larger than it actually is.
Now, in the grand scheme of things ESO this isn't an earth-shattering concern, but I do feel it needs some addressing along with similar issues with the other homes people are spending massive amounts of in-game gold and crowns bought with real money on.
I love this house, that's why I worked so hard to get it, but this sort of thing makes my eye twitch every time I go in and will dampen any desire to buy other homes in the game.
...and don't get me started on those windows, which would be shoved up against a mountain, that have sunlight streaming through them...
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