Is there a list of the houses that can be owned. I know of the following houses that I own.
Gosemer's end Sandstone villa HOuse of valor Motus Mining operation
I know there is one in rathis but I don't know where? I would appreciate any assistance.
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Mar 02, 13 at 5:11pm
Are there any houses in the teeth of naros expansion that you can quest for
May 14, 12 at 1:38am
Very glad there's a bed in Gravehal Keep yes, as likewise I've quite regularly sent people off and have certain related timed Quests going on within it, so have slept to get them done instantly Haha, it is strange (but cool) how all of your 'staff' follow your orders without question, even though in the majority of cases, you've done practically nothing for them in return The main people are very much characters in their own right though yes - the personalities of the npc's in the DLC seem to shine through much stronger than those in the regular game it seems to me.
In terms of actual beneficial use, it's gotta be the diplomat that's my favourite thing about Gravehal Keep - the big trade missions to one of the places is by far the easier way of acquiring Flawless components (providing you lock it at a high enough level), which for a crafter is heavenly
May 13, 12 at 2:47pm
The characters in Gravehal Keep are certainly flavorable in their own right.
They stick to their own personalities instead of acting like slaves. They are
May 13, 12 at 2:09pm
Another reason to love Gravehal is the what I like to call the circle of improvement. What I do is I go and talk to the ambassador have her run a trade quest, Then go to my scout and he goes and gets me stuff, then to my pet trainer and get a new pet. Then I go to my bed and sleep for 24 hours and do the cycle all over again. I gotta say I love Gravehal keep.
May 13, 12 at 8:44am
Good. I guess when it comes to the rules of Amalur, most Quest Items are a must-have to keep in the inventory.
May 13, 12 at 8:37am
^Thankfully no - The building materials, translation books, map pieces etc all get classified as 'Quest items' so don't take up inventory space It's just a pain to constantly have to scroll through it all if you're looking for something...
& yup, I don't know why they can't be removed from your inventory when finished; that's how Quest items are supposed to function. There was one 'make general repairs to the Keep' request from the Gnome when it came to the 'sitting on your throne' Quest, but I think new building components spawn on the map for you to complete that, so I don't believe there's any further reason to have the building components after the Keep is complete nah
(aside from getting building materials stuck in your inventory)
About that - Do they count as inventory slots? I have a bunch of them that are merely wasting away with no use.
You would think that they can be classified as junk to destroy, seeing as they have no other use once the Keep is re-refurbished.
May 13, 12 at 8:17am
Agreed that some of the various gameplay additions within Gravehal Keep could have been expanded on/developed further, since most of the little 'Gravehal Side Quest things' were pretty basic, but having said that, the fact that they were there at all was great to see - really added something a bit different to the game as a whole Visually it's pretty stunning and (aside from getting building materials stuck in your inventory) the fact that we had to work to refurbish it did make it that much more special too
May 12, 12 at 12:43pm
The concept of owning our own arena to fight in was interesting, too.
Though it could of went with some improvements such as having a wider variety of enemies to fight in more certain situations. Fighting inside a wall of fire, for example.
May 11, 12 at 7:02pm
OK I am done upgrading Gravehal Keep and I have to say that is by far and away my favorite house to be in for my character. The setup from start to finish is awesome. Its amazing to see the changes as you go. The artistry is second to none as far as in game towns that I have experienced in all of the games I've played. I think the only town that is close is Bevelle in FFX and Rabanastre in FFXII. But the detail and the effort you put into Gravehal Keep makes it special.
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