NOTE: This suggestion might have been suggested a while ago, and it might not have. Please don't spam the thread with "This has already been suggested." One post from a mod/admin will be good enough. Thank you So, with the addition of using rupees to claim derelict old residences, I thought of using another way (well, two) to integrate residences and the economy system together. I call it...Suggestion 1: Buying more residencesAll diamond supporters (and other players, of course!) have had that feeling where, even though you have the maximum amount of residences, you need more! Well, the only way to get more is to become an admin! Since there are 4 admins (and likely not going to have any more), there's no way to get more than 4 residences! Well, that's where my suggestion comes in! You can pay a fee of 1,000,000r (1 million rupees, can be adjusted if needed) to claim an extra res (plus the 5k if you're force claiming a derelict res). Obviously, if diamond/gold players go to utopia, they'll get 4x the size for the same price, right? Nope. Either option will take effect: 1) The price will be quadrupled (4x), or 2) You can't get more residences in utopia.EDIT: There's obviously going to be a limit on the residences you can claim with rupees, and they'll get more expensive, too. I was thinking maybe 8 residences?Command suggestion: Same as claiming a residence, /res claim [res number]Return message: You have reached your limit of [limit] residence(s). You may purchase this residence for [price] by typing /res purchase [res number]Command confirmation: To confirm, type /res confirm.Purchase success message: [same as the regular message when you claim a residence]Additions pertaining to this suggestion will be input here.Suggestion 2: Renting residencesJust like how you can buy residences for a large amount of money, you can also rent residences for less money. Say you need a temporary place to have a party, but all of your residences are filled up. You can simply rent a residence quickly, host it, then unclaim it. It can have a daily or weekly automatic payment that automatically takes part of the monthly amount out of your rupees. Also, the more expensive the things are on the residence, the more the rent will cost. Taking an eighth of the price (can be changed as needed) and multiplying it by the amount of the blocks that are placed gets you the price. For example, an empty residence consists of 223200 dirt blocks (1r) and 3600 grass blocks (2r). Using the formula, we get 27900r + 900r, which equals 28800r, the payment that you have to pay each month.Command suggestion: /res rent [res number]Return message: Are you sure you want to rent this residence? Type /res confirm rent to confirm.Rent successful message: [same as the regular message when you claim a residence, but "claimed" is changed to "rented"]Additions pertaining to this suggestion will be input here.