This has been a long week not only because of the Spring Festival but for my real life world as well, but I did want to share a couple of links while I’m thinking about them. I also do have some non-LOTRO updates I’ll get out over the weekend but I’m holding off a bit to gather my thoughts better.
First up is my shameless plug for my article over on the LOTRO Reporter covering the journey from level 30 to 45. For me, this is where the class really started to get me addicted and wanting more as I just couldn’t believe the things I was able to pull off. I will probably do one or 2 more level pieces before tackling some other topics like raiding, PvP, etc. Feel free to offer suggestions if you have them.
Now as many of you have read over the past few days, I’ve been quite enjoying the Spring Festival and have hit most of the quests in the various zones. However, one thing I haven’t done this festival is any of the Inn League pub crawls as I’m already Friend with them and I don’t think there’s a reason to progress any further. However, Duvelmoortgat from the LOTRO forums has a fun idea for mixing the pub crawls with the new Ale Association quests into one big massive drunken adventure through the Shire. I haven’t tried it out yet, but check out the post for all the specifics. I may have to run a normal pub crawl first just to get my bearings straight as I’m not that knowledgeable in the Shire.
And finally, I stumbled across the lotro.mmorsel.com website while following the #lotro hash tag on twitter There are some detailed guides up there on the various zones in Middle-Earth, topics like Radiance, leveling guides, crafting, making gold, and many more. I have only looked through some of it, but it looks like quite the resource! If you’re new to LOTRO or haven’t played in a while and want to catch up on all the changes it certainly is worth a few minutes to check that site out.