Whodidwhat? neway the "house"



  • Yeh well I saved up the$10000 and bought the house but just what does it do? So far it looks to me like I just blew A whole friggan load of money :mad:

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  • This topic (url="http://"http://www.ambrosiasw.com/webboard/Forum5/HTML/000902.html")here(/url) might address your question.

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    Originally posted by Necrologa:
    **So far it looks to me like I just blew A whole friggan load of money
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    There isn't really anything else to spend that much money on, though. If you've managed to accumulate that much money, I'm willing to bet that you found a way to do it fairly quickly, so it's not that much lost. Just be happy with the knowledge that you officially own real estate in Cythera. I tried to spruce my house up a little bit, by fetching the puddles and getting a few decorations and chairs to stick.

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  • i got smething about that house too how is it possible to put a bed or stove in it?(is it possible to make a restaurant of it?)

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    Originally posted by bellerophen:
    **i got smething about that house too how is it possible to put a bed or stove in it?(is it possible to make a restaurant of it?)

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    No. It's not possible to put in anything you can't pick up.

    Oh, yeah. Welcome to the boards :)

    (edit)forgot the smilie(/edit)

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    -- Charles Babbage (1791-1871)
    Inventor of the "Analytical Engine", the first computer.

    (This message has been edited by Big Joe (edited 05-16-2003).)


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