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How to Get and Decorate a House in No Rest for the Wicked

Here's how to get and decorate a house in No Rest for the Wicked.

An element that sets No Rest for the Wicked apart from other Souls-likes and Diablo-likes is that you can buy and customize your very own house. That said, this feature is locked behind a few steps. Here’s how to get and decorate a house in No Rest for the Wicked.

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How to Buy and Customize a House in No Rest for the Wicked

If you want to get a house in Sacrament, you’ll have to complete the Of Rats and Raiders quest that Winnick gives you shortly after you reach Sacrament. It involves defeating Darak the Risen leader at the Glade and once again in the sewers. Once you complete the quest, Winnick will inform you that you can now buy a house in town.

The next time you return to Sacrament, look for these locations on the map above, as they’re potential houses to buy. For example, I bought The Manor in the upper part of Sacrament for 30 silver. Once you buy it, you can enter it to rest, store your inventory, and, most importantly, customize it.

All house decorations and customizations are done through Danos, the builder NPC merchant at the town square. Go talk to Danos, and he’ll offer you both building projects for your home and things you can purchase. Some are cosmetic, but some are practical. I highly recommend purchasing stations like the alchemy table to be able to craft potions in your home. Furthermore, you can purchase stations like the sawmill or the crafting table to be able to make items and gear in your home rather than at a specific vocation merchant.

Each building project will take time but purchases are instant and usually cost a certain amount of silver. That said, as you build your home up you’re essentially creating a point in town where you have access to all crafting stations, storage, and healing in one place.

That’s it for my guide on how to get and decorate a house in No Rest for the Wicked. For more No Rest for the Wicked guides, check out the best stats to increase early as well as all merchants in Sacrament explained.


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