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Nakties Karys of Istaria

Biped warrior adventures in vast world of Istaria.

Author: Lithuanian

Kinships and farming

Posted by Lithuanian Tuesday September 18 2012 at 3:26AM
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was playing for TPs farming characters and my main, "NaktiesKarys".

Farming characters (Onea & Oneb) fought very little: Onea killed sickle-flies to finish deed and get valuable Turbine points. She also searched for copper and barrow-iron, sending ore to Oneb. At the same time, Oneb refined ore to bars and started to make armor.

Initially it was bronze one, then - iron. I made armor to fit all free inventory slots, then sold it and returned to make again. Thus some ingame currency was gained. The result was: oneb advanced quickly and managed to sent 5 armor pieces to "Onea". Of course, later "Onea" will supply "Oneb" with jewellery. Cooperation is good thing after all.

Currently, Onea earned me nearly 200 TPs. Still there are some to go and gather those 2500 for Mines of Moria.

Later switched to main character "NaktiesKarys" and just talked in our Kinship chat. Was able to help one lvl.28 character to fight some evil undead in Lone-lands.  Undead were killed, "ruin-master" was killed too and quest was finished. I was happy to help others - at least one in our kinship.

All I can think about - is Turbine point spending. Having some 1200 points, I will make every effort to collect 2500 and buy Mines of Moria. What happens next - I don't know. There are lots of things to buy: gold cap removal, maybe horse riding, auction house using, money-sending (why not support main character?). There are also other expansions and quests-packs that would be needed for advancement. What should I buy (for TPs only) after Mines of Moria - I don't know yet. Maybe someone could advice me.

And so the day has ended. I left satisfied with immersive world of Lotro. writes:
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