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Frequently Asked Questions

Dark Age of Camelot: Foundations is a complex player and guild housing system. Many questions have been asked by players regarding the freedom and limitations behind housing. If you have a question, please read the following question and answer pairs to see if your answer can be found here before sending an in-game appeal.


Q: What is Dark Age of Camelot: Foundations?Edit

A: Dark Age of Camelot: Foundations is a FREE expansion pack for Dark Age of Camelot subscribers, which provides a brand new "player housing" system. This new system lets players own and maintain individual as well as guild houses.


Q: How much does Dark Age of Camelot: Foundations cost?Edit

A: The housing expansion pack is absolutely free to all Dark Age of Camelot subscribers.


Q: Do I need to have Shrouded Isles to play with the housing expansion?Edit

A: No. You may have either Shrouded Isles or Classic Camelot. Please be sure to download the correct installer when getting the Foundations files!


Q: How many housing lots are available?Edit

A: Each housing zone contains 200 housing lots for building your homes upon. As of the launch of Foundations, we will have 9 housing zones per realm, giving players 1800 housing lots per realm, for a total of 5400 housing lots. More housing zones may be added to meet housing demands, as needed.


Q: How many homes can I own?Edit

A: You can own one house per account, per server, per realm. (Except for - Housing Options for PvE and PvP Servers)


Q: Is there a rent cost associated with owning property and a home?Edit

A: Yes, rent is required when owning a home. You can read the Paying Rent Chapter of the online housing manual for more details on the rent themselves.


Q: Can I upgrade or downgrade my home to a different model?Edit

A: Yes, you are capable of upgrading or downgrading your home between the four available tiers in each realm; however, you will lose money from your lockbox in the process. Read the Chapter 3: Maintenance and Management section of the online housing manual for more details.


Q: Can I upgrade my home to be a guild house?Edit

A: Yes, homes can easily be converted to guild houses.


Q: What kinds of merchants can I expect to be able to have in my home?Edit

A: There are several NPC merchants available for players to place in their home, which even provides house members with a small discount on services. The Chapter 5: Special Housing Objects section of the online housing manual holds many more details.


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