A Tale of Two Deeds – Part Two – Liberty

Liberty has always been my home in Wurm Unlimited, but after two and a half years at the same location I decided it was time for a change. I moved to Novus and settled into a great deed there created by Barefoot, but I still wanted to have a place over on Liberty. Once again I took to the forums, this time offering a set of dragon scale armour as payment to whoever took on the contract. I had a few offers, but eventually hired Takah, a well known housing developer. She had created a few popular buildings, including a lovely tavern I had seen previously at a rift event.

Takah’s work is nothing short of absolutely stunning. She began early in the day, making light chatter with me as she went about her planning. I gave wide berth and let her make most of the decisions as I did with the first deed, but kept some control over necessary buildings. After a week she had designed an absolutely stunning masterpiece. It was enough to encourage me to stay on Liberty full time, passing my Novus deed to Minxes, my alt. This new waterfront home leaves me speechless every single time I look at it.

A miniature village that leaves nothing to be desired, this town comes with impressive hanging bridges to take in every view.

Now I’m able to customize the deed to my preference and decorate to my hearts content. Just because Wurm allows you to build from scratch doesn’t mean you HAVE to enjoy that aspect of it. Life is too short to spend it doing something you don’t enjoy. Hiring Barefoot and Takah to create my deeds for me so that I can enjoy my time in Wurm is absolutely one of the best decisions I ever made, and I’m so thankful that others out there enjoy that aspect of the game, so that I can continue on with what I enjoy.

As always, happy gaming, no matter where you find yourself!

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