The majority of this patch are bug fixes and adjustments to correct things from the known issues list.Read the rest of this entry »
Goldenstar posted this on May 30th, 2012.
Categorized as LotRO News, Patch, Patch Notes, Release Notes, shades of the past, Update 7.
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DocHoliday posted this on May 30th, 2012.
Categorized as Bullroarer, End Game, instances, lord of the rings online, lotro, Patch Notes, Skirmishes.
Full link: http://docholidaymmo.com/2012/05/30/lotro-update-7-1-official-patch-notes/
In the now normal fashion, Update 7.1 spent barely a week on Bullroarer before going live this morning. Servers are down until approximately 11AM Eastern time for this update. Official Patch Notes are also up but in all honesty I didn’t see anything different from what hit Bullroarer. It has me thinking that they’ve slid all their testing to the left and Bullroarer is purely a “lets make sure nothing goes boom” kinda thing.
One thing that was corrected in the comments is that the changes to the Instance loot are only for the Fornost cluster, and not all scalable instancesRead the rest of this entry »
The Starry Mantle posted this on May 30th, 2012.
Categorized as backpack, burgundy, cosmetic, crafted, festival, light armour, medallion, onesie, outfits, quest, sage, store, vendor, Woman, world drop.
Full link: http://starrymantle.wordpress.com/2012/05/30/wandering-sage/
The word Enedwaith referred both to the land between the rivers Greyflood and Isen and west of the Misty Mountains, and to the people that once dwelled there. The name itself means “middle-folk, middle-region”. In the Second Age, the Enedwaith people were a pre-Númenórean population descended from the Haladin of the First Age. In spite of this, the colonizing Númenóreans did not recognize them as distant kindred due to linguistic differences. They exacted tribute from the Enedwaith and decimated the land’s forests in order to obtain the lumber necessary for their ships. Though the indigenous people were subjugated or displaced, the land of Enedwaith never belonged fully to either Arnor or Gondor, but the main road between the two kingdoms ran through it, and cities and monuments were built along it, such as Tharbad. Eventually, Arnor fell and Gondor’s authority in Enedwaith was forsaken. The land returned to the wild, and to the descendants of the Enedwaith: the Dunlendings in the east and a wild fisherfolk along the coast. The old works of Gondor and Arnor were abandoned and fell into ruin.Read the rest of this entry »
suzita posted this on May 30th, 2012.
Categorized as games, lord of the rings online, lotro, MMO, moria goat, rpg, weekly screenshot.
Full link: http://suzitastarshadow.wordpress.com/2012/05/30/weekly-screenshot-moria/
well its two this week My lore-master is now starting to quest through Moria and the revamp looks great. Actually, I have to say I haven’t been in Moria for so long that I’m not sure if I’ve either forgotten details or if the lighting changes are highlighting features I wasn’t able to see before… Its just such a shockingly beautiful zone though, the sheer scale and detail of the place is beyond amazing. I’m looking forward to questing in here again, especially as you now get a free goat as a quest reward fairly early in the quest chain (a quest leading you to Dolven-View).