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Originally posted by Jackdog
The Spider solo instance in Moria, have forgotten the name but it's the one where you have to prevent the trapped dwarfes from getting eaten, now that was a good and actually creative type of solo quest, that one could wish they'd make more of.
I remember going in as mid-level (i.e 54-55 for Moria) or so minstrel, was a real challenge trying to first of all stay alive and at the same time rescuing the webbed dwarfes one by one while keeping an eye out on the rest of the room, making sure no dwarfes were being eaten at the other end of the room. Good challening fun, especially when there was a graphical bug preventing you from actually seeing the spiders, now that made it really challenging :)
Such a shame they (or any other mmo developer, it seems) can't be bothered to think up more stuff like that.
Mines of Moria Epic Questline solo friendly yet?
General Discussion « Lord of the Rings Online
1/14/11 2:43:38 AM
Originally posted by Techleo
I think it's always been a game that's appealing to couples, probably cause of the Lord of the Rings-setting and the friendly mature community.. It's the same thing over in Europe, lots of husband/wifes, boy/girlfriends duoing the game right from the start, even before they added the ability to duo the content.
General: Community Spotlight: Why Not Just Skip the Leveling Up Part?
News & Features Discussion « General Discussion
4/02/10 2:40:08 AM
I suppose if there's a value to the process of slowly leveling up and gradually earning more skills, getting more powerful etc is the fact that you learn to play your class from the ground up.
I'm sure whatever MMO we're playing (LOTRO in my case) we've all met the power-leveled players who don't really know how to play their class well, and so giving players all the power and all the skills from the get go is perhaps not such a good thing, there's needs to be some sort of gradual build-up of your character methinks :)