Mar 09, 2015 - Premium

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Houses for what?

Players with a Premium Account have the option to rent a house or shop for storing items and sleeping. Leaders of a Guild also have the ability to rent a Guildhall for everyone in their guild to call home.

Premium Accounts are allowed to rent houses or flats in which your characters can recover from the hardships of an adventurer’s life. Invite your friends and have parties! You will find that having a home of your own is a rewarding experience you will never want to miss once you have had it!

Having a house offers many great advantages, here are a few of them:

  • Controlling who has access to the house, and who can open/close each door;
  • Storing an infinite number of items;
  • Being able to sleep in a bed to regenerate Hitpoint, Mana;
  • Safely display your items to other players;
  • Protection Zone inside your house.

Decorating the House

The Kingdom Age Online has many options for decorating your house. Most people like to lay their prized possessions on the floor so that everyone can see how powerful and accomplished they are. Some people use Furniture to decorate their house, and almost everyone has some kind of wall hanging, like a Wall Mirror or a Tapestry. Some people even have more exotic decorations, like Model Ships, Telescopes, Rocking Horses, and Christmas Trees.

Getting the House

In order to get a house you need a Premium Account and enough money to afford it. The fee for the rent will be debited automatically from your bank account/depot/character every 7 days, so have sure you have enough money in the bank when the rent is due. Please note that only one house per account per account is permitted.

Losing the House

You will lose your house in the following cases:

  • You do not pay the rent within seven days after the rent is due;
  • Your Premium Account expires.

Managing the House

Every house owner can manage their house using in-game house spells. The house owner always has ultimate access to the house in every way, but all other characters must be assigned a certain right before they can use it.
Characters that are invited to a house can enter anywhere they can reach. If a door is closed, only those with the right to that door can open/close it. However, if the door is open, anyone with an invitation can enter.
Note: consider “flushing” your house invitation lists every now and then. If one of the invited characters are deleted, their name will not be automatically removed from the invitation list. An informed player may create a character specifically to rob your house.

Guest List

This list determines who is able to enter the house. Any player on the guest list can enter the house, and can enter any room in the house, but they cannot open or close any doors. Therefore, if the front door is closed, the player will not be able to get in, even if they are invited. Owners and Sub-Owners can edit the guest list by standing in the house and using the aleta sio spell.


Sub-owners of a house have the ability to edit the Guest List and kick other characters out. Owners can edit the list of Sub-Owners by standing in the house and using the aleta som spell. Note that only Premium players can be active sub-owners and have those special abilities.

Door Access

Door access lists determine which players are able to open and close specific doors. There is a separate door access list for each door in the house, including the front door. Owners can edit the door access list by facing the door, and using the aleta grav spell. These lists work in the same way as the Guest List.

The House Spells

These are the house spells to modify the rights to a house. Note that some of these may require an elevated privilege, i.e. only owners can add subowners, only owners and subowners can invite, etc.

Words Action Description
aleta sio Edit guest list Edit the list of characters that are invited into the house.
aleta som Edit sub-owners Edit the list of sub-owners of the house. This spell can only be used by the main owner.
alana sio “character” Kick player Replace character with the character’s name. This will kick a player out of your house, to the front door. Everyone can cast this on themselves, but sub-owners and owners can cast this on other players within their home. This spell can be used from outside of the house and has unlimited range; you can cast it on the other side of the game world if the character is in a character you have the rights to.
aleta grav Edit door rights. Use this spell while either standing in a doorway or facing the door on either side of one. Edit the list of characters that can open and close the target door. While open, all characters that are on the house’s invite list may enter even if they don’t have rights to the door.