Get Rid Of House Invisible Walls

Wildberryjack
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Would yall please get rid of the invisible walls inside and outside of houses and let us build to the limit of the space?

It's so frustrating when we try to build up when inside and hit an invisible wall but there is easily 10 feet or more above us till we hit the roof. It's so frustrating when building outside to try to get up on a wall or rocks that are part of the house but hit an invisible wall and can't. It's so frustrating to try to build on top of the roof but can't because everything just slides off.

Please stop doing this and please go back and change this in all existing houses. TY.
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  • Grizzbeorn
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    This drives me crazy in Hunter's Glade.
    I get so many ideas, but end up not being able to do the vast majority of them because of the restrictive invisible walls and death zones.
    Such a beautiful space, with so much wasted potential; it's infuriating.
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    • katanagirl1
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      Earthtear Caverns, the one at the western edge where there is a raised platform and long wall at ground level just past the water. The area has so few flat walls in it and this huge expanse is inaccessible.

      Please remove this invisible wall.
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    • Minyassa
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      Agreed. Real walls are fine, real walls are great. If we can't see it or climb it, so be it. But invisible walls are horribly frustrating and tease us. Don't put space around houses that look like we should be able to get to them and then cheat to keep us out of them, either let us have that space too or fill it in with something solid and visible.
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    • ajkb78
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      Probably a necessary evil to an extent, especially the houses by water. Like the halls of Colossus wing, you can build down to the water and without invisible walls you could presumably build your way down the waterway until at some point you get to where the house model stops. Realistically there's no other way to stop people building over water until they see the raw edges where the model stops. Even with slaughter fish it's trivial to just build out with platforms.
      Speaking of slaughter fish, I would like to see the slaughter fish zone moved a bit away from the base of the cliffs in halls of Colossus wing. Since people do build down there it would be nice to use some of those coral furnishings where people could paddle, but at the moment as soon as you touch any water at all you start the slaughter fish biting. About halfway to the invisible wall would be fine.
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    • anadandy
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      The worst offender, imo, is Twin Arches. Such a nice, modest sized Redguard home - and you can't access the roof because of the low skybox. Decorated and furnished rooftops is a staple of the Redguard style - as evidenced by the many examples of non-player homes.
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    • RebornV3x
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      DaggerFall Outlook there's a whole area behind the house and a small backyard that isn't a accessible
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    • Wildberryjack
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      I wanted to build up into the skylights of Hunding's and can't, hit an invisible wall even though my tallest character could stand up there without hitting the house's ceiling. It would be a wonderful, bright spot for a reading or relaxing area but no, can't get up into those skylights. Just one example of MANY. Ugh man.
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    • SantieClaws
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      There are some truly absurd invisible walls at the ice lake. A big rock that sticks out fairly low down. You should easily be able to get up and sit there. Invisible walls block it.

      Really an issue at this location because you need to build more on the edges unless you like swimming when winter eventually ends.

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    • StabbityDoom
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      They should be less limited, IMO, but I think they probably are a necessary evil - the graphics only extend so far, beyond which there isn't anything.
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    • LaughingGremlin
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      Invisible Walls are a necessary evil, but ZOS needs to put more thought on how they implement them. Daggerfall Overllook for example put an invisible barrier above the castle wall so you could not walk on the wall. There's an image of a player floating above the wall. Had ZOS put the invisible barrier behind the castle wall then you could get onto them. I was lucky enough to find this out from other players so I avoided getting this house.
      Edited by LaughingGremlin on September 11, 2020 4:45PM
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    • LaughingGremlin
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      I just bought Hunding's Palatial Hall. I can walk on the back wall with no problems, but they put an Invisible barrier on the front wall. Now you can walk on part of the wall, but get stopped at a certain point. What would it have cost ZOS to put the invisible wall just a bit further back?
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    • Wildberryjack
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      Try getting up into those big skylights inside. There is more than enough height to build up there, to make an awesome lounging and reading area. But nope, invisible ceiling stopping you. Just ugh man.
      Edited by Wildberryjack on September 15, 2020 7:29PM
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    • LaughingGremlin
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      Pathing to the rescue! It looks like the NPC's can traverse the front wall despite the invisible barrier. Right now I am using the banker, however when the guard houseguest hits the crown store I will be using him.
      Edited by LaughingGremlin on September 16, 2020 6:48AM
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    • Wildberryjack
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      Have they said when the house guests will hit the crown store? I'm not finding that information anywhere but could have just missed it.
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    • LaughingGremlin
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      I heard nothing, maybe during the next holiday event or next DLC.

      I need to correct myself. You can get on front wall of Hunding's Palatial Hall, however you have to hop from spot to spot. There is no proper walking on the front wall, but it's better then nothing.
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