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Housing Decay Rates.

Discussion in 'UO Developer Feed' started by Bleak, Sep 5, 2014.

  1. Bleak

    Bleak UO Software Engineer
    VIP Stratics Veteran

    Feb 18, 2010
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    Since there still seems to be some confusion about how long it take for houses to fall I will provide a more detailed explanation.

    First case is where your account is inactive for 90 days then becomes condemned.

    Second case is where you trade an existing house or place a new house and the first house becomes condemned.

    As stated in the Producer Letter houses will fall within 5 days. There are 6 states that the house will transition to within the 5 days. There is no defined time that a house will be in each state.

    Decay Stages:

    1. Like New
    2. Slightly Worn
    3. Somewhat Worn
    4. Fairly Worn
    5. Greatly Worn
    6. In Danger Of Collapsing

    So an example:

    Day 1: Like New-> Slightly Worn

    Day 2: Slightly Worn

    Day 3: Slightly Worn -> Fairly Worn

    Day 4: Fairly Worn -> Greatly Worn

    Day 5: Greatly Worn-> In Danger Of Collapsing -> Drop

    Another example:

    Day 1: Like New-> Slightly Worn

    Day 2: Slightly Worn -> Fairly Worn

    Day 3: Fairly Worn -> Greatly Worn

    Day 4: Greatly Worn

    Day 5: Greatly Worn ->In Danger Of Collapsing -> Drop
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