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A basic and humble small house is the first thing you can build, making plans at a drafting table conveniently located on the site, then constructing it with lumber and nails (crafted from iron ingots) at the new carpentry table.You create each chunk of your home at the table and they appear instantly and fully formed behind you.
If you choose to build a shelf, it only appears in the designated spot for that shelf.
You can't opt to build something in the Orcish or Dwarven styles and if you were hoping to settle down in Dunshouting, tough.
It's called Lakeview Manor, even before there's a manor there.
Instead you have to convert a room in one of the pre-existing homes to a child's bedroom, and only then are you allowed to adopt.
Your spouse and child automatically move into this house and, from what I could find, end up stuck there permanently. You can tell them to play outside, or ask them to do their chores.
If it's the first then you've probably got no interest in Hearthfire, the new DLC that lets you build houses. There are benefits to Hearthfire and serious role players will no doubt appreciate the improvement your hand-crafted homes offer over the default houses already available for purchase in the towns and cities.
There are no quests here, with no story and no definable ending. If, on the other hand, you've already started planning which of your weapons you want to display where, whether to store gems in the same chest as jewellery, and are actually looking forward to spending hours trying to wrangle floating items into display cases so they're positioned then Hearthfire is most definitely for you. It's just executed in a slightly fudged way that only ever makes it a partial success.
Start upgrading and your initial small house can become the entrance to a main hall.
This hall can then have three wings added to it, with each wing able to accommodate one of three room types.
There's not even much challenge in maxing out your new pad, as Bethesda's helping hands creep in.
Each plot of land comes with infinite resources for mining clay, rock and iron ore within a few feet of your crafting area, while things like straw, glass and lumber can be purchased in bulk from every general store.
Unlike Fable, where producing offspring is an organic and random thing and the characters can express a range of reactions and emotions, here you're simply picking one of a handful of pre-rendered moppets who will go through a series of pre-rendered routines.