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More boulders, please! (furnishing limits are too low)

MoonPile
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Because furnishing limits are so low, even in manors, one of the best solutions builders currently have is to cover unused parts using large items – trees, boulders, walls, whatever. A good cover-up alone can take 100+ slots.

I was checking Serenity Falls on PTS to see which rocks can I use to block off some land. Disappointed: NONE of the large rocks match the landscape at all. I don't and will never buy crown store items for 50+ slots, but anyway none of those match either. So that'll mean having to even more slots for cover-up.

Mismatched rock mess:
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Not to mention whatever's up with this huuuuuuge, enormous Craglorn rock :D (which might be nice and useful, actually, if it really was huge as described):
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Anyway. I know old, gold-earnable homes + rocks are not going to be a priority. But I'll join the community in these popular requests:
  1. More slots for smaller houses
    I would love to earn (gold) or buy an additional 100 slots for smaller houses like Sleek Creek, for example. Please!
  2. Notable Homes should have more slots to begin with*
    * I know the Dev team stated that this is about console limitations. It just doesn't make sense: if 700 is truly the upper limit (too bad for those of us with systems that can handle more, but) OK – then can't there be an option to approach that limit in existing smaller homes, as in #1?
  3. Remove ESO+ distinction: I wholly agree with the other thread; this is outdated.
    (Inventory needs an update on the whole, now that there are tons more items and sets vs when these limits were created.)
  4. Addendum: agreeing with others elsewhere, many of us don't want more gigantic, grand spaces: just more slots to make smaller spaces feel lived-in.
Edited by MoonPile on July 12, 2023 12:53AM
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