- For the Residential Areas, see Housing.
- For the Bandit's hideout, see Outlaw's Homestead.
- For the Enchant, see Homestead (Enchant).
- For homestead-related events, see Homestead Preparation Event, Homestead Candy Tree Growing Event, Homestead Fishing Event, Homestead Dragon Tamer Event, Homestead Candy Bonanza Event, and Homestead Renewal Event.
- For a list of other Homestead items, see Category:Homestead Items.
- For homestead houses, see Homestead Houses.
Level 1 Connous Homestead
- To create a homestead, you need a Homestead Ticket, which is received by owl after reaching a total level of 10 along with the "Create a Homestead" quest.
- You can create a homestead by clicking the homestead button (the plant icon) and then clicking "Create a Homestead" and selecting a location to establish the new Homestead.
- The name of the homestead can be up to 20 characters long and you can use spaces.
- A homestead may not be deleted.
- Homestead may later be moved and renamed using a We-Haul Homesteads Ticket bought from the Cash Shop.
- This method cannot be used to rename a homestead without moving it to a different region.
- A cutscene will occur upon entering a newly created homestead.
- All homesteads start at level 1. Level 2 can only be obtained by building a Camp or Igloo.
Create a Homestead
|How to Get Quest
Reach cumulative level 10.
||Since the discovery of this Mysterious Ore, containing the power of earth, I have decided to sell land to all of Erinn's adventurers. After adventuring under the stars at night and breathless battles against wild beasts during the day, I invite you to put your swords and wands aside for a day to rest and enjoy life. -Blatt
- Click the Homestead button to create your own Homestead.
- To enter another player's homestead, right click them and select "Enter Homestead". This can also be done through the friends list.
- Permission for who may enter the homestead is based on the Homestead Entrance's authorization settings in Edit Mode.
- The homestead owner does not have to be online for anyone to enter their homestead.
- It is possible to enter the homestead of a character on the same account provided they are in the same guild.
- The owner of the homestead may right click on an unwanted guest's character and select the "Expel from Homestead" option.
- A player may also access another player's homestead through the Homestead Map.
- Only homesteads added to favorites will be shown on the map.
- To add a homestead to favorites, simply visit the desired homestead and click the Add Favorites button in the upper right hand corner.
- The type of house you have does not affect the number of homestead friends you can have, but affects the amount of people you can add to your visitor list.
- Any items dropped on the ground will disappear upon all players leaving the homestead.
- If you log off from your homestead, you will log back in to your location before entering the homestead.
- Entering a homestead does not count as leaving a channel, so you will not lose place in a queue or part-time job by entering.
- You cannot enter any homestead if someone else is in it on a different channel. You will be prompted to move to that channel in order to enter.
- If you change channels immediately after exiting your homestead, homestead access is locked to the previous channel you left for one minute.
- When entering a homestead, hidden Weather effects may be present. These provide a bonus to production skill success rate and may cause homestead herb patches to yield more herbs.
- The hidden weather effects will stay present until all characters leave the homestead.
- The hidden weather effects reset every five minutes real time, but will not take place unless you exit and reenter.
- Unlike other locations, homestead weather can differ between channels. However once a homestead is entered, it is time locked to a particular channel.
- You may not change channels while in a homestead.
- You may not use Continent Warp while in a homestead.
- You may not enter a homestead while the Log Off penalty is applied.
- You may not enter a homestead from certain locations, such as Guild Hall.
- You may not leave a homestead while transformed into a creature or while 1st Couples Flight is active.
- Since the 8-Nov-2018 update, it has become possible to summon Pets inside a homestead and to enter a homestead while a pet is summoned.
- Prior to that update, the only characters which could be summoned in a homestead were Partners and Mini Gems.
- Partners will help you gather as long the target prop is authorized to be used by anyone.
Making a Homestead
- The player can mine Homestead Stones with a Pickaxe. These stones are used to build objects and pay maintenance fees.
- Collected Homestead Stones will be displayed in the top corner of the player's screen.
- It is possible to get a Lucky Bonus (2 Stones) & Huge Lucky Bonus (20 Stones) while collecting Homestead Stones.
- An ore deposit will contain 10 Homestead Stones at most at any given time.
- Homestead Stones regenerate once a day at
- You cannot collect Homestead Stones from other player's homesteads.
- Partners with a disposition of 80+ (241+ for Commerce Partners) will multiply the amount of stones gathered.
- Homestead Stones can be harvested from Outlaw's Homesteads. These stone piles only have two stones and do not regenerate.
- The player may use their Homestead Stones to build various objects. Some objects may also require additional materials, usually production skill items. Others can only be purchased with Pons.
- When you begin building the object you desire, it will take a certain amount of time to be completed. The time spans from a few minutes to several hours or days.
- Objects will continue to build/grow while you are offline, or otherwise away from your homestead.
- Successfully building/growing an object will reward you with Kons. These represent the homestead's experience and value, and are needed to level up the homestead.
- As your homestead levels up, more objects are unlocked to be built.
- Some objects built in homesteads have the option to be Painted.
- Most objects have various effects. For example, some will generate kons daily, others are workstations for production skills.
- Ornaments, fields, buildings, etc. can be moved about, rotated, or re-oriented after placement.
- You cannot edit your homestead while using a skill.
- Some objects have the option of who can access/use them.
- There are 4 different Authorization Settings: Anyone, Owner, Owner's Friends, and Guild Members.
- To set access rights, click on the object in Edit Mode and select View Information and adjust Authorization Settings.
- It is possible to select both Owner's Friends and Guild Members at the same time, the other options are mutually exclusive.
- You do not need be present on your Homestead for another person to use your tools if they have the necessary permission.
An example of the Visitor Information.
- By changing the permissions of the Homestead Entrance, one may limit the players entering their homestead.
- If the player chooses, "Owner," only the owner of the homestead may enter.
- If the player chooses the Authorization Setting "Owner's Friends," they may choose who is allowed to enter their homestead.
- Players wanting to enter your homestead will send a notification to you.
- The type of house that you have affects how many friends can be added to the visitor list.
- In the "View Visitor List" under the Homestead Information icon, players may view: Request, Allow, and Block lists.
- Players requesting to enter your homestead will appear on the "Request" list.
- Players may choose to "Accept" or "Delete" your request, or place you in their Block list.
- These permissions may be changed, at anytime, at the player's discretion.
- The "Allow" list displays players that have access to your homestead.
- The "Block" list displays the players that are not allowed into your homestead.
- If the player chooses, "Guild members," only the members belonging to the same Guild as the player may enter their homestead.
1 × 1
- Most animals, ornaments and products become a kit when removed from a homestead.
- Kits are used to install objects on the Homestead which usually costs gold.
- Installing from a kit does not require materials or Pons.
- The price of using the kit is listed in the item's description.
- Most Ornaments cost 80 gold.
- Most Products cost 2000 gold.
- Most Animals cost 3000 gold.
- The homestead must meet all normal eligibility requirements regarding level and location.
- Kons are not earned when installing from a kit.
- Herb patches made with these kits will start out empty, even if the kit came from one that was full.
- Homestead crops differ from crops farmed in Taillteann.
- They require a seed of the type of crop you wish to plant.
- They require no maintenance.
- Unlike harvesting farmed crops in Taillteann, homestead crops are harvested instantly.
- They may not be sold for gold, but instead are the most efficient method of gaining Kons for your homestead.
- Music can be played or sung to plants growing on your field.
- This requires Rank F Playing Instrument or Song.
- The higher your playing rank is, the more time is decreased on the crops.
- If the music is considered too easy or is a bad result, the plants will dislike it and no change occurs.
- You may try again if the plants do not like the music.
- You cannot play music to someone else's plants.
- Plants will only respond to music once per harvest.
- Playing Instrument and Song effects do not stack. Only one will affect the crop timer but not both.
- Certain items require Homestead Stones and Homestead Stone Fragments to maintain. The maintenance costs will automatically be deducted from your current amount of Homestead Stones once every week.
- If you do not have enough Homestead Stones when maintenance is due, a fee of 10 Pons can be paid in its place.
- If the player cannot pay the fee, the homestead items that have maintenance costs will become unusable and unremovable until the next successful payment.
- When the next payment is due, the player must pay both the current and all previously unpaid maintenance cost.
- A Fragment is 1/10th of a Homestead Stone, and will not show up in your costs until you owe a full stone's worth.
- For player experience, see Experience.
- Homestead Experience is represented as Kon.
- A cutscene occurs once the player's homestead reaches level 2.
||Experience to next level
||Total experience gained
- As the player's homestead levels up, the homestead size also increases, allowing more room for homestead objects.
- Once a player's homestead size increases, the map will refresh itself in order to accommodate the change.
- To access the sizes for Stage 1 to Stage 3 requires a Homestead Expansion Permit which can only be used for Homesteads that are at level 14 and higher. Each permit must be used in numerical sequence to allow the Homestead to be expanded; Stage 1 must be used first to allow Stage 2 expansion and Stage 2 must be used to allow Stage 3 expansion.
||Length × Breadth
||9 × 9
||17 × 17
||25 × 25
||33 × 33
||49 × 49
|55 × 55
|61 × 61
|67 × 67
Decreased Growth Time for Crops Using Music
- Playing music to your crops fills up the timer gauge by a certain percentage depending on the player's Playing Instrument or Song rank, which in turn decreases the time needed for growth.
|Gauge Filled (%)
|Kons Per Minute
- In order to build a House, you must click on your Camp or Igloo during Construction Mode.
- The style of house depends on where the homestead was built.
- A House must be built in order to upgrade to a Mansion.
- You may only have one house-type object on your homestead at one time. If you wish to build another house, you must replace the previous one.
- Unlike Housing or Camp Kits, you cannot enter your Camp/Igloo; it simply acts as a scenery item.
- The type of house that you have affects how many friends can be added to the visitor list. This amount starts at 3 without a Camp or Igloo, and increases to the amount specified in the description column.
- Building List
- Herb Patches reset daily at
100, similarly to Homestead Stones.
- Standard herb patches contain 5 herbs.
- Depending on the weather inside the homestead, the patch number increases up to 8 herbs per patch.
- Using Rank 1 Rain Casting will produce this effect on the area of the cloud.
- Trees placed adjacent to herb patches they boost will gain an additional 1 herb per patch.
- You can also obtain a Lucky Bonus or Huge Lucky Bonus on Herb Patches.
- Cuilin Stones require a Pickaxe to mine.
- Water can be drawn from wells with an Empty Bottle.
- Product List
- Ornaments that generate daily Kons of the same amount stack up to ten times (e.g. 10 ornaments that provide 3 Kons each will provide 30 Kons per day).
- Ornaments that generate different amounts of Kons can stack together (e.g. ornaments that provide 3 Kons will stack with ornaments that provide 1).
- There are three types of Kon generating ornaments: 1 Kon, 2 Kons, and 3 Kons.
- Having ten of each results a maximum of 60 Kons a day.
- If you have not gone to your homestead for some time to collect bonus Kons, any Kons from previous days will be given to you the next time you go.
- You will only accumulate up to 30 days worth of Kons for a maximum of 1,800 Kons.
- Trees that give bonuses to Herb Patches do not stack, regardless of the type of tree.
- Herb patches placed next to bonus-giving trees will only receive the bonus if both patch and tree have been there for at least one real-life day.
- Bonus effect from Wagons and Scarecrows do not stack.
- Ladders for Ladeca and Eweca are not accessible under the Ornament tab. In order to construct one you must click on the associated Ladeca or Eweca.
- Ornament List
Homestead Growth Tips
- For a guide, see here.
- The Nails for Stones daily quest can provide 2 additional Homestead Stones each day by delivering 5 Large Nails to Madoc.
- With a large stockpile of Homestead Stones and seeds, Homestead Strawberry Seeds give the most Kon per minute until level 13. Otherwise, Homestead Stones should be used to plant the highest level of seed available until level 12.
- Building ornaments becomes an efficient alternative to planting seeds at level 12.
- At level 12, building Scarecrows is a very efficient way to gain Kon. Scarecrows give nearly as much Kon per Homestead Stone as seeds without requiring any materials. To get to level 13, it takes 5 hours and 728 Homestead Stones to build and remove 91 Scarecrows.
- At level 13 and above, building Flower Pots is the fastest way to gain Kon. To get to level 14, it takes 5 hours and 672 Homestead Stones to build and remove 112 Flower Pots. To get to level 15, an additional 137 Flower Pots (822 Homestead Stones) are required. In total, 1,494 Homestead Stones and 5 hours are required to get from level 13 to 15.
- Also at level 13 and above, building Food Kiosks is the cheapest way to gain Kon. To get from level 13 to 15, 1,116 Homestead Stones and 24 hours are required to build and remove 36 Food Kiosks.
- Note: Building Scarecrows, Flower Pots, or Food Kiosks when the weekly maintenance occurs will cost extra Homestead Stones in maintenance fees.