The house may provide storage by adding a Chest, a place to bind to upon death, and utilize laborers
Second, if a player sets a house as their home, they can teleport to their house on death. In this way, your house functions as a “home base” in Albion. Get home quickly by stashing your items and killing off your character.
Finally, player houses can be used to make some extra income on the side through laborers, which can be placed inside houses. Laborers give Journals. As the player goes out into the world and accomplishes tasks associated with this kind of laborer, the journal will fill up. When it is full, the player can bring the book back to the laborer. The laborer will then go out themselves and accomplish similar things, and come back baring resources or silver, depending on the kind of laborer.
As you upgrade your house, you unlock the ability to place a higher level furniture and upgrade to higher tier laborers. You cannot have any furniture of any tier above the tier of your house. For instance, a Tier 5 house can only have up to Tier 5 furniture placed inside it. Additionally, as you upgrade your house you unlock more space in which to place furniture and laborers. To upgrade a house, go to the administration menu of the house, and click “upgrade”.
Once you click upgrade, each tier needs stone and wood of the same tier of the house to upgrade. It will also need an amount of Rough Logs and Rough Stone. For instance, a T4 house needs 120 Rough Logs, 12 Rough Stone and 180 Travertine Blocks.
Additional Types of Buildings
|Lumbermill||Alchemist's Lab||Hunter's Lodge||Guild Hall|
|Repair Station||Butcher||Mage's Tower||House|