[HF] Bedrooms expansion - What's the sense of it???
The first thing I thought when I purchased my first HF house was:
What's the point of having 9 expansions if combos are already decided?
At least 2 of those I'd put together are in the same side (armoury and kitchen), while the ones at north are barely useful -at least to me- (there's no point for such a huge storage when you already have plenty of furnishing spread in the main hall; I don't feel like the alchemy tower would be comfortable to use, I prefer fast and easy-to-access furnishing, to a huge amount of useless space and an alchemy table at the second floor;), I'd have gladly changed the trophy room with one of those above, or even library.. (why the **** is there only 1 bookshelf in the whole house?? wasn't it sensible to have one in the lounge too??)
Finally the west side.. I guess skyrim's features are too many, or maybe just not much compatible with my playstyle, but I can't find myself playing all, thus making totally useless to me having the arcane tower, while I was also fine planting in the dirt outside the house (anyway there're not so many kind of herbs in skyrim, compared to previous titles, and no one would be using all of them since depends on what kind of character you are playing.. PLUS, the most rare ingredients are not herbs, so can't be planted at all.), so the only option left is the bedroom, which could be nice to make the house comfortable to my child (roleplay), but then I think -with all the nonsense about the rest of the house, this is probably the top-...
Why would someone need 6 beds in total?? Is there a practical use for them at least?? (Since you can't remove the old beds and put something else)
Moral of the story: if by "modular homes" they intended a huge house (just for the sake of having an estate) with a shameful amount of wasted space, since you need to select contents in spite of other contents, and you can't even decide to move or remove an item to make a more intelligent use of the whole pattern, thus endind to have 2x the same things in the same house, I think I was already much FINE with the smaller town houses that were compact and had a bit of everything in them.
(Sorry for the almost-review, and feel free to add your opinion if you like, this is a discussion board!)