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Housing availability....?

Discussion in 'UO Great Lakes' started by eekamouse, Apr 30, 2008.

  1. eekamouse

    eekamouse Guest


    I currently reside on Sonoma (it's relatively dead), and was wondering about the ability to place a house in Felucca somewhere on this shard, and possibly start transferring characters over.

    How active are Factions and Champs here anyway?
  2. Don't come - you're gonna get schooled.
  3. Newbomb Turk

    Newbomb Turk Guest

    Many larger established PVP guilds here so if your coming for scrolls bring alot of friends. If your just coming for PVP well GL has that all over the place. I don't do factions so I have no idea.
  4. Guest

    Guest Guest

    factions are more active here than i've seen on other shards. most of the people are pretty cool
  5. eekamouse

    eekamouse Guest

    All of my guys are skilled out. Still need a 120 Spellweaving though hehe.

    I'm just looking for some activity mostly.

    Right now, I just have two friends I play with on Sonoma, trying to find more.
  6. Madmax16

    Madmax16 Guest

    There a keep you can get I bet for a good price, it was stolen.

    What Trash...
  7. Guest

    Guest Guest

    From my experience it is easy to find house plots here on Great lakes, I placed a fel 14x 14 in august, then a fel 13 x 17 in october and then a malas 18 x 18 in november of last year.

    Just run around felucca looking for plots, they are not hard to find.

    Also, bring something nice for me to steal with you. [​IMG]
  8. You probly wont get a 18x18 to start off with, but xsharding over means you arent gonna have a lot to start with anyhow, so you should be able to place one very easily in the range of 10x12 or a bit larger.