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I think that Ganz should make part indoor/outdoor rooms. This would be cool if you want to make a little house for your pet, but it would also have an area for a front lawn.
Then you could select whether you want it a quarter indoor room, so that only a quarter of the room is indoor (25 squares)
Whether you want it a half indoor room, so only half the room is indoor (50 squares)
Or a 3/4 room, where 3/4 of the room is indoor (75 squares)
You can also chose what part of the room the outdoor part will be, for example:
The beauty of it is that there shouldn't be anything signifying the change from indoor to outdoor, like a wall or anything. There should only be the floor, then the grass. That way you could make the door wherever you want it to be.
What do you think? You wouldn't have to use it, but I think it'd be nice if they let us do it. It could also function as a garden shed, or it could be the front yard and entry hall into your webbie house, or, it could be a bed and a dresser for a pet who has the whole yard to play in. You can be very creative with these rooms!
Here is an example of a quarter room (not that fantastic, but it's alright
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