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Crown Store Walls and Pavers

Discussion in 'Release 62 Feedback' started by Rook Strife, Feb 1, 2019.

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    Previously you could purchase single walls and pavers which was useful for testing and for some additional pieces so you can better customize your lot.

    Now you are forced to purchase the entire set. In the case of things like Shogun walls, it now costs about 1 million gold whether you need just 1 more piece or are purchasing a new set.

    Would like the ability to purchase the individual pieces restored.

    The cost of pavers and walls has always been high.

    It costs more to throw down some pavers than to purchase a lot deed and house.