I wonder how you can build a portal chamber if you are 42 in construction ? Spicy stew +6 with tea +2 ? XDRAGONAITE + 03:03, 14 June 2008 (UTC)
- I currently can't make portals, but just planning ahead in advance. Once I rebuild oak larder to level 50, I'm completely redesigning my house over. I've went into more detail about it
Drkstlkr 17:45, 14 June 2008 (UTC)
- Err.. I hope my comments wont make you uneasy.
You will have a better structure. The sectors of the house are anti-isometric while not losing the main function.
I suggest you not to build the dungeon unless 1.) you have terribly a lot of money 2.) you are planning to level construction over 70.
The three teleports use more than 1 law rune , which makes the cost of the portal chamber more worthy.
You can move the projected two rooms into the the main part of the house, forming a 3*3 nine-square room house.
Unless you level above 70 , building throne room is just a waste of money and material for getting only the basic items in the room.
Unless you are levelling far into high-level, building a servant's room is nearly pointless.
Hope it helps.
XDRAGONAITE + 09:21, 15 June 2008 (UTC)
That's definitely an interesting layout. I'm really not that interested in building a throne room or a dungeon, but only if I actually do get that high level and also actually have that much money. So, I only included these rooms as a "just-in-case". However, I still would like to have a servant for at least during the duration of fetching me items from my bank as I rebuild rooms and build items inside these rooms. However, I may stick with the Butler instead of the Demon servant for cost reasons. Besides, the butler is really fast, and I had a hard time trying to keep up with him when I was rebuilding oak larders. Also, with the exception of the portal chamber, most of the rooms omitted are lower level, and less expensive to make the items for. To me, along with the servant, having a dining room with a bell pull would be worth it.
Drkstlkr 17:45, 15 June 2008 (UTC)