Particularly on Atlantic? Let me start with a little story. As I’ve mentioned on this board, I started some characters on Atlantic a month or so ago (my main army is still on Legends). After a week or so on Atlantic, I had looted enough gold to place a tiny house near the Trammel Yew gate. I found out later that I was lucky even to find that small space. Recently I decided it would be nice to find a place for a bigger house. What a rude awakening I was in for. I started playing the ant, running around looking at the signs on foundations, and marked an 18 x 18 west of Umbra that was starting to decay. Last night it fell (more like disappeared for a bare foundation). I found out you have to wait an hour or two after a foundation falls before you can place a new one. So another guy and I sat there waiting and clicking (actually, after a while I quit clicking and told him he could have it, since he said he was trying to place a house for his 16-year-old daughter). After some time, a new foundation suddenly appears and a guy pops out of hiding and says he has been there all the time, waiting for the placement. Turns out he’s an in-game professional realtor who stakes out lots that are decaying, places a new foundation and then sells them for some 150 million. He’s a pro at it, knows what he’s doing, and almost always wins. I can’t complain about his mafia role-playing choice, but obviously, this totally rules out housing for new players. This comes at a time when more and more players are moving to Atlantic. And if we have a surge of new players, many of them will end up on Atlantic. So where does this leave us? I noticed plenty of empty land that could be opened up for new housing. Would that help? Or would the professional realtors just grab those up too and try to sell them for 150 million each too? What do you think?