I’ll keep this quick as I just wanted to make a couple comments on the latest Dev Diary on the new Vault. I really like the new vault and since I will most likely be buying more slots it will become much more useful. With all the icons, it can get hard to find things sometimes so the filters really do help.
However the part that I really wanted to point out was the discussion on the beta feedback. This new vault caused a HUGE uproar and I was quite impressed by how Turbine not only responded but let the players vent. This to me is the main reason why there are NDA’s as if that news had hit live, people would’ve gone even more ballistic and many would have not come back or at least the damage would have been done before Turbine had a chance to flesh out the system. In addition (I know this will come off as me being a fan-boi) but Turbine does seem to be more than willing to let people disagree with them and that the main reason they shut down threads is do to flaming. They didn’t completely change their course but I think their compromise shown below is a very good attempt to satisfy everyone.
It will take a bit to get used to the new vault, but overall it will be a more flexible and scalable system.
There’s been a number of new (or maybe just new to me) videos posted over the past few days that I wanted to comment on and share.
First up, I know many of you are interested in the Lua scripting so in addition to the video and information I posted previously Merric from a Casual Stroll to Mordor has put up a great video. His video focuses on just a couple plugins and seems to hint that he’ll be doing more of them, this review touches on the Plugin Manager and Hunter Travel Window. I think the Hunter Travel window will definitely be one of the must-haves for any Hunter or Warden.
Next up for those of you looking for tips or hints from running the various Instances, Middle Earth Chronicles has started a new section of the blog with a good collection of videos. Go check out their Instance page and make sure to send in any videos you may have.
In addition check out Carlosjuero’s video showing some of the new UI tweaks over at LOTRO Reporter. Many I had seen, but I totally missed that you can now color code your quest helper on the map overlay. Good stuff and really walks through all the new tweaks available.
And finally but certainly not least I’ve been quite enjoying the video podcast published by the Uruk Hunter. Not only some good information but he also does comment his videos quite well.
Go check those sites out if you haven’t already, and I’ve also updated my Blog roll appropriately.
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