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L-Shape

Discussion in 'UO Homes and Castles' started by saveuo, Nov 17, 2010.

  1. saveuo

    saveuo Adventurer
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    Anyone know if I can customize this style? I have the L-Shape by Brit bank on Great Lakes shard. I hate to drop one of the last houses in guard zone. This house has been there as longed as I have played but I don't like the shape or design.
     
  2. Kelline

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    test it out on test center.... go there , find a spot to place an L shape , then c what happens to it when u custome it, I know u can but then i think its just a rectangle shape
     
  3. Lady Michelle

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    You cannot customize it.
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    Since it is in the GUARDZONE you drop it you lose that spot, and CANNOT replace there. there is NO!!! placing in GuardZONE areas anymore.
     
  4. Kelline

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    ty for answering him, I know next to nothing on things like that, thats y i told him to check it out on test

    when in doubt check it out on test :)
     
  5. saveuo

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    I can't I tried it. Wonder why you can't?
     
  6. Xanth de Orlig

    Xanth de Orlig Journeyman
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    Like Michelle said, it's an old grandfathered house .... since it is illegal to place a new house, you cannot alter it, without risk of losing it ...