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After about six different iterations, my version of Twin Arches is starting to come together in a way that begins to please me. Keep in mind I'm not an ESO+ member, so had to find a way to do this with 100 item slots or less (I'm at 98 now!)
Originally I used blocks to build stairs to the roof, only to find that it's got an invisible wall around it. Then I used those blocks to build a fireplace. It was nice, but it used too many item slots. The same thing was true when I tried to build a wall out of them. Finally I just used orc tapestries to make the bedroom walls, used just four of the blocks to make a fire pit and got rid of the rest.
Probably the only thins I will change from now on will be to add the more decorative trophies as I earn and can afford them. I may have to take out little things like the few little cups and jugs and decorative urns I have in order to make room for them.
I originally got it furnished, so some of the things you see are original, but 99 percent has been rearranged. About the only furnishings I don't think I've moved are that little desk and chair with the candle on them.
The statue is the last thing I've placed. Setting it quite deep into the sand and tilting it to give it that "base has eroded with time" look is the best idea I've stolen so far....
Thanks for lookin'...
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