Albion Online Guide - Join the adventure with this beginner guide!
In Albion Online, the new player starts customizing their character, and then they are thrown into the wild world of Albion with nothing with them. As we know these are harsh conditions, we have prepared this Albion Online Guide for you to learn all about it. Here you are going to find out:
- All the basics, such as the world, “classes”, leveling system, general gameplay.
- Some secondary aspects, such as guilds, factions, PvP, and others.
Be prepared, warrior! In this Albion Beginner’s Guide, we will address all in-game features you need to know, including some tips so you can learn everything and start in the best way possible. Are you ready? Let's start with this helpful and detailed tutorial, adventurer! Welcome and enjoy Albion!
Table of contents:
Albion Online World Map
Albion Online Character Creation
Albion Online Classes
Albion Online Leveling System
Albion Online Market
Albion Online Guild
Albion Online Tier Resources
Albion Online Destiny Board
Albion Online Gameplay
Albion Online PvP Combat System
Albion Online Bank
Albion Online World Map
Black Zone Map.
As we said in the previous section, early in the game, when new players are thrown into the original Albion's world, they can start at any of the five points of the land; each region has its mark where to start. It means you can choose where to begin. This is a new detail! Most games establish a starting point.
It is not the case for this sandbox MMORPG. Albion begins in total uncertainty. Due to this aspect, the player runs and will experiment with these circumstances when they move through the map.
As you might start in a steppe, a green forest, swamp, or wherever, you may find yourself a little far away from the nearest city and resources, so go have to go throughout the wilderness. If you have already started in the highlands, you will see various types of rocks and minerals on the screen. On the other hand, if you have started in the woods, you will find animals and trees.
In Albion, there are five main areas or big size regions.
Each of these areas has its own major city that works as a home and available resources and zones to gather them. Every town has its own icon and shows a marked light of unique color.
These areas are the following:
- Celidon - Lymhurst
- Blyn Brae - Fort Sterling
- Gleinmoor - Martlock
- Umbrash - Bridgewatch
- Mearepools - Thetford
At the same time, each of these royal cities has its own faction.
In Albion Online, there are five factions, each of them represented by a local banner. You can enlist any of these factions whenever you want after reaching some requirements and do useful activities under its owned flag. Even participate in one or another quest. But first, you always need to complete one or another goal, such as to reach a certain level.
But we believe this has its downside because players of opposite factions can kill you for loot, even in blue areas. Enlisting in a faction may take a few months.
In the middle of the map, Caerleon is the greatest city and has the biggest market in the game. But Caerleon is surrounded by a dangerous red zone (tier 6 region) full of powerful and strong enemies who drop interesting items and PvE, therefore don’t cross these ways unless you have whole tier 5 equipment or exit. Remember, upon death in a red zone, you can lose all your gear and items.
On the other side, in a yellow zone, you have a chance to lose your inventory, but it is not inevitable. Just be careful in the highest tier red and black zone, because there you can be attacked by any character. Press M to open a world map view or use the mouse and click on the right down icon.
A red zone - tier 6 region.
Albion Online character creation
If we compare the character creation of Albion Online with that of other games, the first one is straightforward and extremely easy; never saying better. The features come pre-built, and there are just a few.
You can simply choose between a male or a female character. Once you have done this, then you have to choose the style of hair, the color of the hair, the face, the color of the skin, and the clothes.
Of course, you can set your name. But be careful with these settings. You cannot change them afterward.
Later in the game, you can try to change how your character looks thanks to any item you attach to your warrior.
Albion Online “Classes”
As the game itself says, in Albion, “you are what you wear.” But, what does it mean?
In Albion, you don't have a starter class or an additional job. The only important thing is what you are using, like weapons, fire staff, a helmet, boots, chest plate, cloth, leather armor, etc., because all the strength and power you have comes from these sources. If you wield a sword, so you are a warrior. If you wield a holy staff, so you are a healer. Weapons specialize in one type of skill.
Each class in Albion has its own sub-class, the armor as well, then the possibilities are endless. In this regard, the main feature is the Destiny Board (Skill Tree in games such as Path of Exile or Phantasy Star Online), where you rather improve the stats of your weapons and the level of the profession thanks to the fame to obtain attack and defense bonuses.
Whatever, we might talk about “3 main classes” characterized by the equipment you are using. Though you can mix weapons and armor, this is not recommendable because clothing is specialized in one activity type.
Albion Online Leveling system
Basically, leveling in Albion Online works through three elements: Mastery, Specializations, and Fame.
Mastery, on the one hand, is a subsection of the Destiny Board. Mastery allows players to use higher-tier armor types and weapons of a specific branch of the tree.
Next, you have a list of the necessary fame to go from tier 4 to tier 8.
On the other hand, specialization points are still specific to a single skill or item instead of a general branch. You get specialization points by crafting items and gathering materials. The experience you get in terms of specialization improves your stats in one skill and makes you competitive.
Weapon and armor specializations
You can obtain weapon and armor specialization points via fame farm. When you kill a mob in a fight, this action gives quick fame to the pieces of equipment you are wearing as a reward. Each specialization level gives you +2 item power to that item or skill and +0.2 item power to all the same Mastery items.
You get production specialization points through refining or crafting. Each created product gives you specialization points. Each point provides +30 to focus efficiency while refining or crafting under the same Mastery and +250 when refining or crafting a specific product. Improving production specializations is faster than improving weapon specializations.
You get gathering specialization points or learning points (Lp) when you pick materials of the same tier as the specialization level. Each point increases gathering yield by +0.5%, gathering speed by +0.5, and Gathering Gear of that tier in +0.2 item power.
The Albion Online's tools available for gathering are the Stone Hammer, Axe, Skinning Knife, Pickaxe, Fishing Rod, and Sickle in Albion Online. Besides, gatherers make good money by selling the materials they gather on the markets. We think this is a great way to access new mechanics within the game.
Additionally to all the above, if you have a free account, you will receive a 10 points bonus to unlock abilities in the Destiny Board every day. On the other hand, if you have the current premium account, you will receive 50.
Through fame farming, you can get the fame needed to increase your masteries and specializations, which, at the same time, will increase your item power (combat), the resource yield via a better-tiered gear (gathering), and the resource return rate (refining and crafting).
You gain combat fame by killing creatures, animals, and mobs of different value in Dungeons, the Overworld, Expeditions, Hellgates, and defeating other players in PvP. Defeating experienced ones gives you a lot of fame.
The amount of fame you receive depends especially on the tier of the enemy.
Furthermore, the area where you face the enemy is also a factor in the earning fame process. You can participate in the aforementioned challenge alone or being part of a group in Albion Online.
You can improve your gathering fame by, forgive the redundancy, getting gathered materials, and choosing the best farming spots from the beginning. There are five main professions and one passive regarding gathering:
- Ore Miner.
Three factors determine which resources spawn in different locations in Albion Online:
- The type of zone.
- The biome.
- The tier.
Crafting and Refining fame
Getting fame in this category is relatively simple. When you have enough materials, head to the crafting stations and refine your raw materials. This action will provide you a good number of refining fame.
Crafting in Albion Online is pretty much the same. You get crafting fame in the stations to improve your crafting skills.
Also, you can use the Focus Points you earn (if you have a premium account) to increase the Resource Return Rate a bit when Crafting Focus. This action will provide you a small crafting quality bonus.
Albion Online market
Open and Black Market together are the main factors that influence Albion Online's economy and a fast way to get the items you are looking for. In the Open Market, everyone can publish their offers (vanity items, food, weapons that they used, armor type, etc.) at a certain currency (silver or gold) price.
You can purchase both currencies with real money on the game´s platform, to spend them on everything you need within the game. Markets are accessible from any great city. Just approach the golden hammer and enter the interface.
The offers are available only for a specific period and at a certain cost. You can buy the item by selecting it from the list and clicking the button ‘Buy.’
On the SideBar of the Market Window, you have the tabs to offer your articles (Create a Sell Order) and to buy an item when a good offer appears (Create a Buy Order).
Either Open or Black Market, the two systems work as Auction Houses where the offers have different prices and change according to supply and demand.
Furthermore, the Open Market shares with you all the information about who is selling, when an item is purchased, and what is the price if you compare it with the average price. This way you have certain control over your finances.
Besides, buying and selling stuff on the markets involves taxes you must pay.
On the other hand, Black Market works as a long calculator since all the equipment that players and mobs lose anywhere goes to this market. The system calculates the number of pieces and sets and the price according to the quantity.
By selling your items on the markets you can earn a large amount of money per hour, satisfying the demand for materials, mounts, and gear.
If you are looking for some special item on the market, we recommend you stay nearby and check, from time to time, if the article you are looking for appears on the list.
Albion Online Guild
Guilds are one of the essential aspects of Albion Online since they can claim territory and big cities and attack other areas where other guilds have built their headquarters. A guild can have a total of 300 members and its own island, space where partners can build structures and interact between them. Breeding and raising animals are also two good alternatives. Guild members don't let other guild members enter their island.
People can decide to join whatever Guild they want, but if you’re going to come back to the same Guild, this takes 72 hours. You will have to wait seven days to join a new Guild.
Regarding the Guild’s maintenance, members of the "team" need to collaborate with a reduced silver tax to help this purpose. This tax is a percentage of the silver that members loot from the ground.
Depending on your rank in the Guild, you can run some particular actions that other members cannot.
The first three ranks - Recruit, Member, and Guardsman - can’t do anything except for being part of the Guild. Officers and all the higher ranks can Claim Territory, Kick Members from the GvG list and invite users.
The higher ranks - Warmaster, Master of Coin, Right Hand, and Guildmaster - can attack territories, Kick members below their rank, Bring new members, Demote members below their rank and Promote to rank below them.
Joining a guild allows you to get islands, which are basics when it comes to Guilds. Islands are unique places where members of the Guild can build structures otherwise not available in cities.
Creating your own guild from scratch is another possibility, but this requires more effort and convince other players to join you.
Albion Online Tier Resources
Everything, absolutely everything in Albion, is sorted by tiers or levels. There are eight tiers in total, where 1 is the lowest and 8 is the highest.
To gather a tier 3 material, you need a tier 3 tool to craft for yourself. But to craft for yourself that tool, you need tier 3 level crafting.
The same is for zones. In a tier 5 zone, you might kill tier 2 - tier 4 monsters with their respective rewards.
All things you get in Albion Online require a tier from your skills. Then you must improve your stats in the way you need. Making a decent plan will make your life easier!
Albion Online Destiny Board, one or another advice
This skill tree is pretty similar to others that appeared in games such as FFXIV, Path of Exile, etc. The idea here is to reach the mastery of different skills depending on what kind of warrior you are or what kind of skill you need to improve.
On the Destiny Board’s left side, you have the fighting skills, and on the right side, the crafting abilities. On the bottom, you will find farming and gathering skills. The idea is you follow a "line" and go deep in that line improving the skills. Unlocking every node allows you to access new abilities and improves stats.
Specialization points improve spells, attacks, and any ability in a specific way.
Albion Online Gameplay
As we mentioned in a previous paragraph, Albion is a Sandbox MMO with a story that unfolds in a vast open-world full of secrets, full loot, different zones to farm (blue zones, yellow zones, and red zones), get money, and face other players. Prepare yourself for this, warrior!
Also, you can head to the cities and visit the market, where you can buy, sell and trade all kinds of goods you need.
Talking about the environment, you can interact with it gathering all kinds of resources, of course, depending on the tier of your tools.
Every zone on the map has different resources. For example, in Martlock, you will find Wood, Stone, and Ore. In Bridgewatch, you might gather Hide, Fabric, and Ore. In Celidon, you will find Wood, Stone, and Hide.
The most crucial factor in Albion is the other players and the mobs because their actions directly influence the game's supply and demand and the items you carry in your inventory.
Riding horse is the best way that players can travel solo by the world, or on foot or, an ox, or any mount, which facilitates access to other zones.
The user interface is more straightforward than other games.
Albion Online PvP and combat system
The Royal Continent in Albion Online has different zones, Blue zones, Yellow Zones, Red Zones, and Black Zones.
In every corner of this continent, you can attack and be attacked by faction-flagged players. Non-faction-flagged players are safe in blue and yellow zones.
First, to participate in PvP in yellow zones, you must red flag to face other flagged and non-players. Showing hostilities towards players along with no red flag results in negative reputation loss.
Second, in red zones, players can hit each other regardless of whether they have a red flag or not. Be careful with the gankers! They are a bad influence. We recommend you escape from this kind of player.
Death in red zones could mean you will lose any piece of equipment you have in your inventory,
Finally, in Black Zones, there is no flagging system. In Albion Online, players can attack each other, including the same faction. The best of the Black Zones is they will give you a 200% bonus to fame earned.
Albion Online Bank
There are five types of banks that players can be found in Albion Online based on their location. Each bank is independent, and they are not shared globally. The types of banks you can find in Albion are the following:
- City Banks.
- Guild Island Banks.
- Hideouts Banks.
- War Camp Banks.
- Outlands Banks.
In banks you can save whatever you want, that is to say, SIlver, Gold, all kinds of weapons, gear, consumables, special items, crafting materials, even mounts.
Albion Online Beginner's Guide conclusions
One of the most versatile games with a sandbox world that has come out in recent years is Albion Online. Besides, Albion Online released a few years ago is not an easy game. There is not a short road with it and can be quite overwhelming.
Like every true spirit good sandbox - just like Eve Online, ESO, or others - all the gaming is built around the player, their decisions, and freedom. These decisions directly influence the items available, the possibilities you have, and how you interact with other users and friends.
Sandbox Interactive GmbH has brought us an interesting game. The business model of Albion Online is just like many other MMOs, where you have free access to a base version of the game. Then, you can buy a premium account, which gives you some special rewards. Besides, Albion is continuously being updated, then you have to be prepared for more real content.
Talking about newcomers, if you wanted to be part of a great game and you have not discovered this one yet, go and immerse yourself in the adventure, you will not regret it!
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How do you get good at Albion Online?
Anyone can be really good on Albion. The only method is to do all the activities as many times as possible, such as farming, fighting, making builds, and trying hard. This way, your characters will increase the general stats. With high stats, you can acquire a powerful weapon and be able to handle it. If you don't progress as much as you want, make sure you are going deep, and keep in mind that mistake is part of the progression.
Is Albion pay to win?
Someone can tell you, yes, but the answer is no. Currently, at the moment we write this post, players can start and play Albion Online without paying, specifically since the year 2019, April. If you take the first look, you will note this. On the other hand, you can get and hold the premium service and have an advantage in terms of resources, building experience, fame, learning points, reputation system, etc.
How do you get rich in Albion Online?
Getting rich in Albion Online is a very complicated task and happens if you try hard, so go ahead and just do it. There is no tip or trick for players to get rich easily. Maybe just get some private property or buildings, such as farms, or a personal island, buy some unique items as an investment, and sell them on the Black Market at a reasonable price. Also, playing a lot. This is the only reason to get rich.
Is Albion Online worth playing 2020?
Totally. There are dozens of reasons for players to start playing Albion Online. This is one of the best ever MMORPGs of history, comparable to the FF familiar franchise, even WoW, that guarantees hours and hours of fun, full of content and details. Besides, the end game content offers thousands of possibilities for the most advantaged warriors.
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These Albion 5 Essential Tips will prepare you for the epic, competitive and challenging world of Albion Online. The 5 essential tips mentioned in this Albion Online: Beginner’s Guide you will be more than ready to crush the competition. If that is your goal of course! (I know it’s mine). This is a sandbox play it how you want to.
Albion an MMORPG with a recipe made of components similar to Runescape, Leagues of Legends and Eve Online. If you have not heard of it check out our review. However, the game has been incredibly updated and improved since the original review.
Firstly to better understand these Albion 5 essential tips lets introduce some basic concepts or terms. Experience in this game is called “fame” it will be earned for every skill, however, you will only gain fame for the equipment type you are wearing. The other important term is tier’s the game is segregated into 8 tiers. Gear, enemies, zones, mounts, buildings will all have a tier.
There is also enchantment level and quality. Quality and enchantment increase the item power of the mount, gear, or item. The map is also split into zones starting in order of safety to most dangerous: blue, yellow, red, and black-zone/openworld. For a beginner, you should spend your early days within the safety of the blue and yellow zones. The red and black-zone have the consequence of full loot drop on death. Thus it is important to only bring what you can afford to lose when entering these dangerous zones.
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Many places to choose, each biome has different resources.
1. FREEDOM OF PLAYSTYLE
The sandbox MMORPG provides many ways to play the game, so do not feel pressured to follow a linear way of progression. When you first enter the game you may feel compelled to craft, create, and gather everything you need. However there is so many ways to approach the game and how you are going to make your silver. Some of the common silver making methods to pursue is farming, gathering, crafting, refining, marketing, trading, transporting, dungeons and player vs player combat (PVP). What you enjoy and choose to pursue is up to you.
The aspect that makes Albion so unique is you can progress to end game by doing only one of these methods or all of them. For example, I do a mix of skinning, dungeons and PVP and buy all gear I need from the player-driven auction house. Your play-style is completely self directed you choose what parts of the game you want to experience. I do see many new players trying to do everything themselves gather, refine and craft each item. It may take a very long time for someone to learn the whole supply chain. I suggest using the auction house to buy items needed and focus on what you find most enjoyable in AlbionOnline.
AlbionOnline lives by its saying that “you are what you wear“. Your stats and strength is determined by your gear, chest plate, boots, helmet, cape and weapon. There is also combat enhancing foods and potions. Albion has a multitude of gear to experiment with to make a build that suits you. However, there is 3 devoted classes for dungeons commonly known as DPS (Damage per second), tank and healer. There is also multiple armor types with plate, leather and cloth.
When learning combat I advise beginning with solo green dungeons in your starting area. Or finding a team of 5 people for blue portal dungeons which are harder but require more people and provide better loot and fame. Once you level up to be able to use tier 4 gear you can complete dungeons in the Yellow Zone. Yellow Zone only has light PVP with minimal losses from death so don’t be afraid to enter the green dungeons there. The higher the tier the dungeon is in, the higher the tier the enemies and loot. Gatherers who do not specialize in combat should at a minimum level daggers to tier 4 to unlock bloodletter. Bloodletter provides two dashing abilities which can allow an easy escape from player killers.
Fame farm to level quickly some of the best methods for this is when you are higher level risk going into the red or black-zone dungeons as they provide increased fame. High-risk high reward, however, the faster you level fame the stronger you’ll be in the long-term. Once you reach the cap of 100 fame with an item of gear, excess fame is generated that you can invest in other skill trees. Many players use this to their advantage by initially fame farming with high DPS in order for quick dungeon completion times. Then investing the excess fame into the gear they actually want to use. You can check out more about Albion Builds Here.
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Premium can be brought in-game with silver as well as with real money. The benefits of premium are helpful but not essential. A personal island requires 30 days of premium to purchase however once purchased is fully functional and usable after premium runs out. Getting a personal island is key to making large money from farming, breeding and raising animals, laborers and crafting stations. Buying premium with real money will absolutely speed up your progress into the game. However, the challenge of earning it can be quite fun too.
Premium also offers benefits of a monthly reward system if you earn enough points towards the monthly reward you will get cosmetic items and a mount. The other benefits are progressive ones such as increased silver, fame, and gathering earnings. There is also a reduced tax using Albion’s market place. Premium is vital for crafters and refiners as there is an exclusive premium mechanic called focus which is used to get a resource return rate whenever you craft or return things increasing gains by 15%.
Faction of Martlock preparing for battle
4. GUILDS AND ALLIANCE
Albion Online is strongly based around powerful guilds and alliances that control the open-world territories. Alliances are multiple guilds combined that share guild points and can not attack each other in PVP. Having a guild is vital to late game performance however I believe you can play this game solo. Playing solo will require a powerful and mobile build to get around the open world. safely One player can easily take on multiple in combat because there is a focus fire defense buff for each additional player you are fighting.
The benefits of a guild is a guild island with tax free crafting stations and bases in the open world called hideouts. Ability to compete in guild battles, protection in the open world. Quickly find guild members to dungeon or PVP with. And various other benefits. However, it comes at a cost of many guilds having tax on picked up silver and potential rival guilds who may target you.
Beware of guilds that invite in starting zones with 100% tax. Anything under 15% tax maybe worth joining depending on the guild’s goals and focuses. Some people try to take advantage of new players who don’t realize the excessive tax.
Keybindings are key to success in Albion.
5. KEYBINDINGS AND SETTINGS
Finally to set you up with a smoother experience some greatly important keybindings and settings!
- M for map. Vital when navigating at all times throughout the game. However super helpful in the early game to identify cities, towns and PVP zones to avoid.
- N for local map. This shows the zone you are currently within. The local map gives extra indicators such as skull and crossbones where a player has recently died to another player. The top right corner of the local map also indicates what resources are available and at what tier.
- B for skill tree. Important to spend skill points and identify what skills you would like to improve.
- Left mouse click + Shift. The most important I have heard from players wanting to speed up dragging and dropping items. When in inventory shift-click to move an item from inventory into chest/market or from a chest into your inventory instantly. This will save a lot of time instead of dragging items around.
- Left mouse click + Ctrl + Item. While highlighting an item click+Ctrl to enter an item into the chatbox, it can help in many scenarios such as asking if anyone would like to buy or is selling the item you have highlighted.
- Num lock for auto-run. Very helpful when traveling long distances with the character following the mouse cursor. I advise changing the keybinding to a more comfortable key.
- Pick up silver in combat. In settings under the controls tab, deselect force combat mode. This will allow you to interact with things in combat and pick up silver. Thank me later.
- Setting quick-cast. MOBA players will find this familiar. This provides the ability to instantly cast abilities at cursor location rather than aiming and clicking an additional time to trigger the ability. Change this in game-settings-controls.
Albion 5 essential tips for beginners will be able to help new players skill up faster and compete with experienced players. If you enjoyed this Albion 5 Essential Tips guide stay tuned for further Albion Online articles.
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Cities and Starter Towns are safe, blue zones considered the social and financial hubs of Albion Online. There are 5 Royal Cities and a capital, Caerleon, making a total of 6 cities and 5 Starter Towns.
The Cities appear as level 1 zones while the Starter Towns appears as level 2 blue zones. Each Starter Town is two zones apart from a Royal City, meaning that a player will have to travel through one zone and two zone entrances to reach a Royal City from a Starter Town or a Starter Town from a Royal City. There is no fast travel between Starter Towns and Royal Cities, but there is fast travel among the Starter Towns and among the Cities.
These towns are your first encounter with cities in Albion Online. There are five starter towns, and all of them are located in the Royal Continent. There is one for each biome in the game, and they are associated with different starting locations of the game:
These beginner cities have a variety of buildings available for players to craft equipment and weapons up to Tier 3, saddle mounts up to Tier 4, and refineresources up to Tier 3. These buildings are not owned by players, which means they are free to use.
Besides the crafting and refining stations, there is also a Repair Station, where players can repair and salvage items and reroll an item's quality. On top of that, there is a local Marketplace where you can sell and buy crafted gear, mounts, tools, materials and all sorts of items. The beginner cities have a central bank, where you can safely store goods for later use.
Important:Each bank is unique to its city and is not globally shared. This means if you store your Sword in the Steppe Cross bank, you cannot take it out of the bank in any other city. Bank storage is not shared between characters either.
Last but not least, these cities have an Expedition Portal, where players can join an individual Tier 3 Expedition to receive Fame and Silver. All you need to do is to talk to an Expedition Master NPC and select the available mission. If you want to play higher-tier Expeditions or play in a group, you will need to go to any of the Player Cities or Caerleon.
Best Starting Town?
- I'm wondering what is the best starter town for the first leg of the game (in which I would buy my island). I was thinking of Lymhurst. Is there a better choice? Any tips?
- The choice of starting town depends mainly on the specializations you want to chose for yourself and the resourcces available there.
For example if you want to make your living as a animal skinner sellling hides you would choce steppe city (Bridgewatch) were animals are in abundance.
Lymhurst also has skins available, but the primary resource there is wood. This in general influencec market prices where items based on wood and skins will be relatively cheaper while those based on metals and cloth somewhat more expensive.
- If you are a Solo player then definitely what Ygdrasil suggested.
If you are going to be playing with a Guild or eventually will be playing with a guild, it may be best to hold off until you can figure out their plans.
Also, You may want to think long term vs short term. Caerleon will be a HUGE hub in the game for trading/selling for all the large Guilds based out of Red/Black. Not that Fort Sterling is all that far away either.
- So maybe hold off on buying an island until I figure how what my guild will be doing? Or maybe until I can get to Caerleon?
It's not possible to delete/abandon your island and buy a new one is it?
- My advice is, dont rush anything. No one really knows where the real Hub is going to be.
ghostborn wrote:So maybe hold off on buying an island until I figure how what my guild will be doing? Or maybe until I can get to Caerleon?
It's not possible to delete/abandon your island and buy a new one is it?
If you are eager about your island like I am, be patient and only build it where you see the market is the highest and where your "Guild" has its hub. this will make traveling way easier.
- If you build on a island in one city and later decide to relocate to another city, you can demolish your buildings first. You will get back 90% of the resources. And do not forget to empty any chest you had on island first. Then you can abandon the island. Then buy a new one in a different city, upgrade it and rebuild.
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Vovan, the main thing was not hurt. Don't twitch, I'll just check. Lie, lie, lame, I will do everything myself. Ouuummm. Vovan, why is it so good with you.