I get that the furniture limit is to limit lag that could be caused by overcrowded residences, but like... And yeah, this is kinda another thread about housing limitations... Why do conservatory furnishings take up so much space?
Edited by SirGabenOfSteamia on December 30, 2017 4:30PM
I have Strident Springs Demesne in Reaper's March, and as we know Reaper's March isn't the prettiest location (unless you like that desert-y vibe). Right now I have 98 conservatory furnishings outside to cover up the barren terrain and make it look somewhat populated by plants.
In houses like Strident Springs, where the house take up about a third at most of the total housing area, and the rest is all landscape, I think it would be more fair if conservatory furnishings would take up 1/2 of furnishing slot or 2/3 of a furnishing slot.
And yeah, I get that this may cause lag or something, but if you really want you can put another load screen when entering the main manor like you did when leaving the tomb in Hakvild's High Hall... limit the lag a little if you know what I'm saying. Just a little suggestion.
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