A few notes on the added items:
- The personal attendant option on the holiday gift token gives out a personal attendant token, which can be freely traded. However, once the personal attendant token is claimed, the personal attendant deed is character-bound and can only be used on that character from then on. Keep this in mind if you're planning on trading it!
- Personal attendants will redeed into your backpack when you log out (unless it's a herald put in house greeting mode). If the deed can't fit into your backpack, it will go to your bank box.
- Personal attendants can be freely walked through in Felucca.
- Mannequins, like character statues, can be placed and accessed by all co-owners of the house, as well as the owner. Make sure you can trust your co-owners!
- When switching clothing with a mannequin, when changing its body or when redeeding it, the server will temporarily put all clothing to be moved into your backpack first. If all of the clothing cannot fit into your backpack, you will receive a message stating you don't have enough space in your backpack to perform that action.
- When mannequins redeed due to house customization, the equipped items will go into the house moving crate. When they redeed due to a house falling, the equipment is dropped to the floor.
- The Sleigh & Reindeer can be double clicked when locked down in a house to toggle the reindeer.
- The box of grass/snow/sand tiles option gives you 3 tiles inside a gift box.
- The snowy tree deed is dyeable using a furniture dye tub. The tree ribbons will take on the same color as the deed when placed.
In case your client isn't patched fully, these are the options on the gift token.
Furthermore, we fixed some minor other issues:
- Shadow knights in Doom have become better at remaining hidden when taking damage.
- Cu sidhe paragons are now able to drop paragon chests. The treasure map drop chance was reduced to match the standard rate.
- The Time Out Chair dropping in Christmas Town can now be flipped.
We wish everyone a happy holiday season and a happy new year!