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I've acquired a luna home!

Discussion in 'UO Homes and Castles' started by Omnius, Aug 26, 2009.

  1. Omnius

    Omnius Crazed Zealot
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    I've acquired a luna home on legends for a sizable sum of gold. I'm now exploring design options.

    It is on the south side of the street on the south side of the city. it's a 13x17(i think).

    I'm searching for ideas of a design..I'd prefer not to cover the street or create the illusion of the street with my home but It is by no means a mandatory feeling.

    I'd like to do a bit of a museum on one floor(or some kind of display area) and still have the house maximize its vendor visibility. I know I'm asking alot but I figure I'll see what the experts could suggest design wise.
     
  2. AtlanticVlad

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    Wish i had a luna house to play with =) hehe if got some crazy stuff planed for when someone lets me play with one =) haha south side of street is perfect too although that's not to say that I don't really wanna play with a particular lot for some other reasons but still if by some chance you decide you want something truly wild let me know =) I could use a good project until I find a home to do my tutorials in, although I guess it might help if I actually loged in and did some asking around for a home to do them in too but with out a project i feel no real need to do so =)
     
  3. DevilsOwn

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    one thing to keep in mind with that orientation.... people need to step into the house to really see what's there, and a lot of the south side houses don't have an inviting entry since they're concentrating on the vendor display out front