Honestly if other townsfolk helped pay for public works projects, that would be fine with me. 3 bells from coach for the fire hydrant outside of his home ain’t cutting it. Seriously, I could have paid 65-75% of the project over a 20 day period and felt okay, but 30 donated bells over a month for a 50k bell project is just dumb. I only want 1 thing: Fox Shirt Foxes Are Awesome Cute Fox Shirt able to “help” new villagers place their homes. I stopped playing because every time I get a new villager, they drop their home in the middle of a path or orchard. they kind of did this with the welcome amiibo update. villagers will no longer move onto paths, so you can place them in a way to sort of guide them if you have someone moving in I wish it was kinda like Isabelle when you start a game, you introduce the new resident to town, help them select a spot and then they also go into lifelong debt to Tom Nook.
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yeah, I hope that does come in the switch version. the fact that they listened to people and tried to make it slightly better during new leaf’s lifespan gives me hope they’ll give us even more control on switch Better yet, you can pay to have houses relocated, and set an ordinance so that all existing houses become vacant plots if the resident moves out, and if you aren’t full on residents, you can place the remaining vacant plots. I think some of the less micromanaging people like random Fox Shirt Foxes Are Awesome Cute Fox Shirt placement, so it should still be optional. I found it strange that the acting mayor held your hand to place your home, but you don’t get to do the same. It not only would keep my town beautiful, it also would start that connection with your residents! I feel like this is going against the core conceit of the game. It already gives oh too much control IMO
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The primary pitch if the original game was “the town keeps going on and living whether you played or not”. Especially on n64 and GameCube this was incredibly unique, it put you in a position where you were just a small part of a bigger tapestry. It made the village feel more real and alive, that things would grow regardless of whether you planted them, a villager would move in and out regardless of how much you like them, the game just didnt revolve around you. Assigning a villager where to live is implicitly claiming “this is my town, dont inconvenience me” Fox Shirt Foxes Are Awesome Cute Fox Shirt goes against this central premise. After giving it some thought, I agree. I loved New Leaf, but I wasn’t a big fan of the decision of making the main playable character assume the role of mayor. Having more control also means having more micromanagement and tedium to deal with.