began with slate work - running forwards and backwards. For first "part" I needed some 3000 bricks. Bricks collected, stuff made and added. Second "part" required 4500 bricks (and each run made ~800-900). This was done, although not too easy and required several transportations.
Then I went to do some easy job: bronze construction items (sheetings and jointings), each requiring 20 and 25 bronze bars. It was just a start when one player asked my help in killing 19 large beetles (low level, no danger for me).
And weird things began. I formed a group so that could see that player, then he asked to leave group, because he was getting no xp, then he was still in group, relogged several times...and disappeared. Maybe it was an alt of our famous Player A. Then, seeing he is no longer there, I returned to bronze.
Lucky for me, I had not to compete with low level players. Several runs and I was done with bronze. At the end of the day bronze job at Player's D. plot was done. Player's D Guildhouse is ~20% completed and most job would not be too grindy. Before that I will make one silo so that I may store construction stuff.
Then it came to the talks with Player D. I repeated him I may need one or two tier 2 silos to store stuff. He agreed and made...some 10 silos to be build. Quite a job for me, have to admit. Player D. also progressed, gaining more and more levels in combat schools. I'm glad of it.
I only turned in several trophies, watched how many xp is left towards top-reputation with the People of Eglain (about 2500). Of course, when I finishe with Eglains, I will kill monsters in Agmaur for my another alt and for xp, of course: still have dangerous quests where either group or high-level is required.
Abd so the day has ended. I realised Istaria was something where my heart belongs to. My friends. My job as a crafter to help others. Lotro is fascinating, I can easily immerse here, level up and do lots of things Istaria lacks..but maybe Istaria is just a home.