Roman-esque Villa

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Roman-esque Villa

Post by Falcata » 23 Dec 2007, 18:19

Something that could be interesting is making a small number of villas, similar in style of the image below. I'm guessing that they could be used in the farmland area, being the home of the farmers' landlord.

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Post by Jaxad0127 » 23 Dec 2007, 18:40

That would go good at the beach resort. I still say the farming town should use the same tile sets as Trade City.
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Post by Holy » 23 Dec 2007, 20:37

Looks like a nice concept. I don't believe that they would be nice a farmland area though. They seem to be more of the richer class (maybe landlord) but they would not be near the farms themselves I think from what I've learned in history. We could maybe use these as a template for some sort of richer class'/nobles' homes (with some modifications of course). I do see a posing problem though; the building is kind of on the large size and we would need a lot of space to fill many of these. If this was not used for housing I could also see this as a bath house (such as the romans had) or a home for a person in a high political rank or high in the religion area like a high priest. I don't known. I'm just speaking my mind here. :wink:
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Post by Falcata » 23 Dec 2007, 22:20

Well, it is intended as a home or countryside getaway for rich folks. And of course it would be very big. Those with a lot of money sometimes like to build big as a way of showing off.
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