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Housing/Boats Housing Decay

Discussion in 'Bug Tracking' started by Scribbles, Aug 9, 2014.

  1. Scribbles

    Scribbles Long Live The Players
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    The Housing Decay rates seem to be Random after the shard shield "fix" went into place. ive seen houses completely skip the somewhat stage. Ive seen in danger last 3 -4 hours instead of the normal 7.

    Im not sure if this is a Bug or if it was intentional.

    But people are going to lose items if it is not fixed. There needs to be a normal set of hours between stages so people know exactly how long before they have to move their stuff out. I have already heard of stories in which people have lost items because the house they were moving out of fell before they thought it would.
     
  2. Scribbles

    Scribbles Long Live The Players
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    Go ahead and add anything that has a timer to this. not just decay timers but aquariums and chickens lizards as well... putting an item on the ground is even decaying faster than normal.