More Cutesy Mailboxes

Thank you for more options. While they are very cute and well done would it be possible to get something that is more period, an option more fitting to a medieval game?
Respectfully,
AW

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  • KyronixKyronix Posts: 941Dev
    Such as?
  • VioletViolet Posts: 307
    edited December 2019
    Yes, the game is sorely lacking a mechanical/tinkered dragon mailbox.~
  • Ezekiel_ZaneEzekiel_Zane Posts: 326
    edited December 2019


  • Nice one mounted to the wall










  • A Goblin, a Gargoyle, and a Drow walk into a bar . . .

    Never be afraid to challenge the status quo

  • For the love of God I need at least 20 more mail boxes :P
    Tell me lies, tell me sweet little lies
  • Then there's this one, only in Purple. I cannot believe no one has suggested it yet.
    A Goblin, a Gargoyle, and a Drow walk into a bar . . .

    Never be afraid to challenge the status quo

  • VioletViolet Posts: 307
    A purple llama mailbox would be great!  Where do I sign the petition?

  • PawainPawain Posts: 4,649
    Thanks for the Sale!!
  • KirthagKirthag Posts: 531
    medieval times didn't actually have mailboxes.
    that is what messengers were for.... or a bard. ;)
  • Ezekiel_ZaneEzekiel_Zane Posts: 326
    edited December 2019
    Kirthag said:
    medieval times didn't actually have mailboxes.
    that is what messengers were for.... or a bard. ;)

    I was going to post the same comment but then I googled it and was a bit surprised.  Obviously our idea of mail is a more recent invention but does indeed go back in some form to the 1600s.
  • Kyronix said:
    Such as?
    Thank you for asking.
    I'm an advocate of wall mounted mail boxes/slots as they don't block steps. They could be placed in the same manner of a banner or bulletin board.

    Here are a couple examples that I posted on the other forum a few years back.
    This one is at La Casa de l'Ardiaca in Barcelona. The features have some humorous reference that you can google if you're interested.

    One From Venice.


    And of course Ye Olde Green Man And Ye Old Gargoyle




    Just a couple ideas.

    Respectfully.
    AW






  • KirthagKirthag Posts: 531
    Kirthag said:
    medieval times didn't actually have mailboxes.
    that is what messengers were for.... or a bard. ;)

    I was going to post the same comment but then I googled it and was a bit surprised.  Obviously our idea of mail is a more recent invention but does indeed go back in some form to the 1600s.
    Ahh.... my period of study is more around the 1300 - 1400 period. 1600s is right around Rennaissance time (late medieval to renn period) - so mailboxes then makes more sense..


  • Garth_GreyGarth_Grey Posts: 1,175
    Pawain said:
    Thanks for the Sale!!
    Are you seriously thanking them for that ridiculous attempt at a sale ? 
    You and Several Others like this.


    Please make the Grizzled Mare a 5 slot mount, it's incredibly rare and deserves it.
  • IvenorIvenor Posts: 995
    Kirthag said:
    medieval times didn't actually have mailboxes.
    that is what messengers were for.... or a bard. ;)

    Good! So perhaps a Mailbox in the shape of a Bard then? :)
  • The female pirate mailbox would be the highest selling item of all time!
  • CinderellaCinderella Posts: 1,231
    The female pirate mailbox would be the highest selling item of all time!
    That comment makes me want a pirate costume...
    peg leg, eye patch, parrot on the shoulder.
    female and male versions of pirates...

    this comment also made me picture a female pirate holding the wooden barrel that's already available now... when you get mail, either the flag goes up or the lid opens downward and liquor drips...
  • KirthagKirthag Posts: 531
    edited December 2019
    Anne Bonnie
    A real female pirate. :D



    OR

    Iolo sitting on a stump with a drum that opens when you have mail? :D

  • IvenorIvenor Posts: 995
    edited December 2019
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    Iolo sitting on a stump with a drum that opens when you have mail? :D


        ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ This! :)
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