My Bruma House
My Bruma House is a house for sale in Bruma that the Hero can purchase and upgrade to living standard.
Housename: My Bruma House
Location: Right next to the main gate.
Total Base Cost: 19,900
A two story log-house that costs 10,000
initially, in addition to the cost of furniture upgrades. Countess Narina Carvain will sell it to the Hero, but her disposition towards them must be at least 60. Furniture can be bought from Suurootan at Novaroma, which is between the Jerall View Inn and Nord Winds, one tier down from the castle.
This house is made up of one dining room, small foyer, medium-sized bedroom, and a few small storage areas.
Note: The values in the "base cost" column are unmodified by
Mercantile, Personality, or disposition factors and will change to reflect this.
What you get
House Bedroom Area
2 Wall-Mounted Candle Sconces, 1 Clothing Cupboard, 1 Dresser, 1 Chest, 1 Rug, 1 Candle Holder and Assorted Pottery and Potted Flowers
House Dining Area
3 Chairs, 1 Rug, 1 Set of Shelves, Potted Flowers, Assorted Pottery and Utensils
House Kitchen Area
1 Cupboard, 1 Wine Rack, 1 Chest, 1 Fireplace Rack, 1 Candle Holder, 1 Rug and Assorted Bottles and Pottery
House Lower Storage Area
3 Barrels, 1 Chest, 1 Set of Shelves, 1 Small Table, 1 Bench, 1 Chair, 1 Rug and Assorted Pottery
House Lower Wall Hangings
3 Paintings, 3 Tapestries and 4 Wall-Mounted Candle Sconces
House Study Area
2 Bookshelves, 1 Desk, 1 Chair, 1 Candelabra and Assorted Candles
House Upper Sitting Area
2 Tables, 1 Bench, 1 Chair, 1 Rug, 1 Candle Holder and Potted Flowers
House Upper Storage Area
2 Chests, 1 Set of Shelves, 1 Small Table, 1 Candelabra and Assorted Pottery
House Upper Wall Hangings
5 Paintings, 1 Tapestry and 2 Candle Holders
Upgrades Base Cost: 9,900
Related quests Edit
Due to a bug that causes Suurootan to be killed by the guards, it is recommended to buy the house as early as possible.
As with all Nordic architecture, the house is built partially underground, and has a thatched log roof to conserve heat. Also, the bedroom is the lowest point of the house, and therefore the warmest.