I support the idea of Azuki having a dedicated club. I think it will be good for the overall project given the club is mostly open to the public with maybe a vip area for azuki/bean holders.
Mindset is that if Azuki becomes popular, which they already are to a large degree but I think they will get far more popular, then people will want exposure to them with associated items/games.
Obviously only when there is free time for devs to do so, I imagine there is a huge list of priority stuff they have to do atm.
I think what you write should be a “privilege” for penthouses owners, and I believe that one of the penthouse owners is the Forgotten Wizard Runes project.
In the litepaper there is a part about Business Building : worldwidewebb.notion.site
There is 4 examples:
So i guess in the future if a community want to have a “club” they could buy a business building to do so and everybody will be equal
@kabu Then wouldn’t it follow that the thirsty wizard currently as it sits… “damages the rights and interests of apartment owners”
@ABBBBBBB I like the premise of the idea. I would like to see what the team has in store for so called businesses specifically before commenting on implementation, as that may change entirely how this custom in-game space works.
Say… What if the thirsty wizard itself is a a demo on to how business spaces will work?
I do agree providing spaces for high value communities to engage with and interact is important. One quest isn’t enough to get players to come back time after time