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  1. So just by pure chance, my friend noticed today, that you can switch your tavern to the gilded version of it, when you are in the secret room and interact with the VIP cake. She was like "woah, everything is golden", but it didn't change for me. Obviously, I went into the room as well and pressed "e" at the cake, which then made the tavern golden. I'm just wondering: Is it intended, that only the person who interacts with the Cake in the room sees the tavern? I feel like, it should be Only be changable by the host of the tavern Have all of the visitors see your "theme" Save the option you made, so if you reload into your tavern, it should stay I mean, this is kinda like the adjustment to your core in DD:1. People saw your crystal-design, not their own. The door to the secret room is always closed, so there is no indicator for someone to even try that door. Might be open, might not be, you really shouldn't have to simply try to "open it" (or go through it) to see what is hidden behind.
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