The new MMORPG Palia, by the development team of Singularity Six, is finally in its public beta stage. Palia brings out a unique mix of social gaming, skill training, and endless exploration. With only a fraction of the total content, thousands of eager participants go wild over the game, exploring together. Meet the villagers, earn gold, and decorate your own homestead in the new wonderful world of Palia.
One of Palia’s most expansive features is the ability to decorate your Palian homestead and build and decorate various buildings to suit your style. There are multiple ways to make, purchase, and find unique and rare decor for your homestead. Some are more obvious and known through the initial introduction quests from Palia, but others you are less likely to come across naturally. Below are the current known ways of obtaining, creating, and purchasing furniture for your homestead.
The Furniture Skill in Palia
Let’s start with the obvious. One of the eight initial skills in Palia is the Furniture making skill. Many of your “standard” items come from the furniture skill, such as beds, benches, tables, and the first items for you to hang on your walls. The craft takes some time to level up, but it allows you to build and decorate your home quite easily after that with some of the standard items. Unfortunately, none of the furniture items you create are available to sell to shopkeepers, so training the skill can be quite resource intensive.
The best items the furniture skill makes are Moonstruck and Dragontide customizations, which make your items a fancy type of blue. These customizations use up large quantities of your end-game materials such as Palian bars, Flow-wood Planks, Fabric, and Crystal Lake Lotus plants.
Zeki’s Black Market
After completing the quest Wares in Low Places, players gain access to Zeki’s Black Market, located under Zeki’s General Store. The night market has a rotating stock of (so far) over fifty different furniture items. The wares include rare carpets, wall-papers, baths, animal rugs, a toilet, and various other types of decoration. All items in Zeki’s Black Market are available for large amounts of gold, with the available stock rotating each in-game night.
In addition, Zeki also sells Zeki’s Lucky Coins for 10,000 gold each, which provides a rare chance at several pieces of decoration. The rarest is the Lucky Zeki, a Zeki doll to place in your house.
The Waterlogged Chest furniture
If you spend any time fishing the “rare” fishing spots throughout Palia (the ones swimming in those circles), you’ll come across Waterlogged Chests. Waterlogged Chests are the final known place to obtain rare furniture with its collection of Makeshift items. Over sixty pieces of Makeshift furniture are only obtainable through fishing, so good luck to those who want a specific piece to finish their house. A tip for this process, make sure to use Tuning Forks. This item leads the player to various fishing nodes for fifteen minutes.