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Miraleth node baronies illustration.[1]

In the region around each node, there are parcels of land that are reserved specifically for the Freehold and Guildhall systems which we call Baronies. A Barony is a predetermined area of land near a node, or in that node’s vassal structure. It can be helpful to think about these Baronies as counties where many Freeholds will be placed. These Baronies may contain a single Guildhall which are similar to Freeholds, but may only be obtained by Guilds. Within each Barony, several Estates exist that may be bid on by individual players. After you’ve successfully bid on an Estate, your Freehold Deed will be available to place within the boundary of the successfully purchased Estate. Once the Deed has been placed, this will start your Freehold, and gives you access to the shed. Bringing materials to your Freehold can be stored in your shed as you prepare to build your home and other buildings.[1]

Baronies are large designated swaths of land in the ZI of a Village (organiser 3) or above node, including the ZOI of any of its vassal nodes.[1][2][3][4][5][6]

  • Baronies contain parcels of land, called estates, that are reserved specifically for the freehold and guild hall systems.[1]
    • A barony can only have a single guild hall.[1] The number of baronies that can have an active guild hall is determined by the node's stage.[7][8]
    • Guild halls are not able to impose any taxes on freeholds within a barony.[9]
    • Guild halls owned by partron guilds may have the ability to confer benefits to surrounding estates by speccing into passives in their guild skill tree and carrying out a lengthy quest line.[10]
Each zone of influence in the world has designated large swaths of land that act as these parcels that can be catered to specific points of interest or thematically relevant; and you might want to bid on that almost county-sized area, where you then get to place your freehold. And once you have bid on that area at the node, then you can acquire the freehold plot and you go out into that zone- that section that you have bid on and acquired, and you place your freehold footprint, which previously we had set the freehold size to about a half an acre; however recently that's changed, well not recently a while ago that changed, to be one and a half acres or roughly 100 by 60.[3]Steven Sharif
Imagine the parcel as more like a county that exists around the node; and so if you have a node in the center and you have its zone of influence around it, that's a mass group of land. And then, if you were to take a county line marker and create counties around essentially the node, that is what you would be bidding on. And then once you've achieved the parcel's certificate for that county, then you go out with your... footprint of your freehold, and you get to place the freehold within that county wherever you want- that's not obstructed by some other, road, or POI, or very large feature terrain.[2]Steven Sharif
  • There is a minimum distance between Baronies in addition to the minimum distance between freehold plots.[15]

List of baronies

Barony Node
Dankwood Forest Miraleth
Serenity Springs Miraleth
Silverbanks Miraleth
Three Rivers Miraleth
Willowmoore Miraleth
Wuthering Heath Miraleth

Freehold auctions

A node's freehold estates (parcels of land) become available to be bid for at auction on a regular cadence.[1][17]

Bidding on an Estate is done through an auction system. Nodes have a limited number of Freehold Deeds available based on that node’s level. A player may only bid on an Estate if they own an unplaced Freehold Deed. Once you have successfully acquired your Estate, the next step is choosing a location within that Estate to lay down your Freehold Deed’s footprint.[1]
The most common denominator of availability for freeholds through the auction is going to be through gold. However, there will be a sub select of freehold options that are available in each node, based on the node type, that will correspond to one of those bound currencies in addition to gold. So what we do there is we spread out the availability of freeholds to different playstyles and different focuses so the player that might rush to level 50- they might have an advantage when bidding on gold-based freeholds, but they may not have the advantage of the Favor player or the Honor player, who is going to be progressing within those playstyles.[18]Steven Sharif
  • The cadence of freehold auctions is system-driven and can't be affected by mayors or other players.[21]
The intent of the auction system is to provide players a non-land rush type system. Auctions will be held for each parcel that allows families to pool together their resources to acquire a deed, and gives some prep time to individuals to prepare their resources to bid as well.[22]Steven Sharif

Placement des propriétés privées

Les propriétés privées peuvent être placées n'importe où dans la zone d'influence d'un village (stage 3) d'un nœud (ou plus) tant qu'elles ne sont pas à proximité de l'un des éléments suivants : [13]

Pour placer une propriété privée dans un nœud, il est nécessaire d'obtenir un certificat auprès d'un des dirigeant du nœud.[12]

Plus l'avancement d'un node est important. Plus il sera possible de construire des propriétés au sein de sa zone d'influence.[27]

Un regroupement de propriétés privées placés ensemble est considéré comme faisant partie du nœud et ne deviennent pas un nœud distinct, autrement que via le jeu de rôle.[29]


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