So I'm slowly working on building a house, and while I'm getting ideas from my own research... I was curious if anyone more knowledgeable has a better idea of what the dominant style of architecture is in Achaea, or if it varies by area? And if it varies quite a bit, which ones have you noticed?
Some of my favorite styles are french baroque (especially rococo "late baroque"), antebellum, châteauesque, gothic revival, greek revival, manor, mansion, neoclassical, palladian, and second empire. For any of you who might also be into house building, you can get ideas here
. I also like some of the native american styles being native american myself, but I just don't feel like this fits well into Achaea.
If you've started building a house or are planning to, what styles did you pull your inspiration from? I know some won't even be on that list, such as tree houses and the like. I'm just curious as to what other people have chosen for themselves, what already exists in the Achaean world created by the people who do work behind the scenes, and what may be most appropriate in this style of game. I also realize there will often be a mix of fantasy and magic, so nothing will be 100% inspired by any real world architecture.
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