|“||Restoring Brighthollow will allow you to rest there. Other upgrades can unlock resting bonuses for it.||”|
To access the second floor, and use it for resting, the Brighthollow Restoration upgrade must be purchased.
Background[edit | edit source]
Brighthollow is the luxurious villa just next to the majestic keep of Caed Nua, designed to house its master in comfort.
Points of interest[edit | edit source]
- The destroyed Brighthollow is empty of loot, useful only as eye candy if you enjoy medieval decay.
- Once restored, the Brighthollow is where your companions can be found when they are not in your party or on an adventure. You can talk to them in the upstairs bedroom.
- The bedrooms have containers that can be looted. You can store items from your inventory in the containers, but there is no advantage in the game to doing so. The rooms on the ground floor are purely decorative.
Resting Bonuses[edit | edit source]
- Once the Brighthollow Restoration upgrade has been applied, it allows selected attributes and skills to be temporarily improved by resting in the master bedroom upstairs. The improvement will remain in effect for 3 bonus-free rests, or until cancelled by a rest with another bonus. See Resting in Brighthollow.