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Kights pledge done before cutoff date doesnt have rent free row lot deed

Discussion in 'Release 26 Dev+' started by Jewsus, Feb 16, 2016.

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    Jewsus. a Knight pledge does not come with a rent free row deed, only a village lot deed.
     
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    Oh, I guess I was just confused. I thought I had one on previous releases but I must have just been remembering incorrectly and confusing the housing with deeds. Thanks for the response :)
     
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    If you were at a pledge level that had a row-lot during a release (Ancestor, Navigator, or Developer), and then you upgraded mid-release to a pledge between Citizen and Knight, then you'd have had the use of both lots for the remainder of that release. That may be what you are remembering. There was no system in place to take a lot deed from you mid-release if you upgraded.
     
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    Hmmm, so if I upgrade to Lord pledge do I lose my village lot and only get town lot? These things are confusing!
     
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    Oh never mind, I see the pledge page says that it doesnt include previous deeds. Sorry again for my confusion :)
     
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