Share your Shelter

Yeah, it’s pretty wide. I PvP as well and the setting is client based so no matter what server I’m on it keeps the previous setting. Also for PvP purposes I have the mouse sensitivity up pretty high so that exaggerates things even further. So, yeah, if you’re not used to it it can feel a bit strange. In game (as opposed to in video) it’s a lot smoother averaging 120 to 140 fps on my 120Hz 4k monitor.

When I make another video I may think about setting things more PVEish if I can remember to. :wink:

@ArtBright Wow, that looks pretty awesome!

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Welcome @ArtBright, indeed awesome job, congratulations m8 :+1:t6:.Can you share please a little the interior too?

I love Argossian. My only beef is that the benches don’t go with that majesty. It’s like I need to create a Arena based dungeon to hide the crafting when designing Grecian homes.

But love what you did to the place.

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He mixed argossean and aquilonian which work very well together. Great build.

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Thanks everyone, the interior will be later, when I build a full-fledged settlement on the basis of this palace and try to move all the production buildings to external buildings, for now I can only attach a screenshot of the empty throne room and a space on the roof in front of the temple

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cool!

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Man you should do a micro village! This look amazing…
:open_mouth:

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Looks really nice man!


I don’t have that DLC but the bottoms of those pillars are fat by looking at how much of the tile their base covers. :stuck_out_tongue:

I became a caveman (yet another new base):

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Here’s another too… This is a purgematic thrall-catcher build. :eyes: Designed specifically to make it easy to capture tough purge thralls.

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Since I’ve restarted the CE from scratch I’ve just finished just a couple of my standards.

Heres my smelters ledge…I’ll be adding camels when I get to that point.

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@cowmera
If you are in official server I will tell you just this with all the respect. This place is a place for new players to learn how and where to farm iron. Building in a place like this you destroy many iron nodes, vital for the population of the server, especially the new ones. Exactly behind this “iron cliff” there is a big plateau, huge actually, to build all you wish and destroy 0 spawns.
Just saying…
And again with all the respect, thank you.

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I totally hear you on that and would totally be conscientious about other players…but I’m playing solo …no worries.

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@cowmera
Thanks for your understanding, I really appreciate it m8 :+1:t6:.
Thanks again.

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I on the other hand, would be like, F’them… fight me for it bi**ch. :smiley:


partially kidding… :innocent:

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Here is something I am working on in my first PvE experience





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Nice foundation choice

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This place wasn’t meant to become an actual home. Situated conveniently north of Pools of the Grey Ones and west of Old Khemi Docks, this was just meant as a waypoint for storing statuettes for Pools runs, and collecting Stygian thralls from the surrounding camps. All there was was a cooking station for food, a Wheel of fortune to train new staff members, and a couple of chests for weapon and armor repair kits and loot and stuff.

Then I added a blacksmith bench and a carpenter’s bench so I could add new walls. Then a few other benches. Then I had to expand, build another floor. Now it’s a fully-furnished base with equipment for everything, guarded by high-level thralls, racks of spare weapons and even a secret room with treasure chests inside.

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Sharing the city of Nekhet, still work in progress. Console not happy though! Took a couple of months baking bricks and forging steel but I happy with the progress so far.










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I love your design. It looks so organically grown, rather than modern city planning. Although, looking at it, I’m sure you could bake bricks on your console when it’s trying to render all that.

And welcome to the forums!

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