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Nakties Karys of Istaria

Biped warrior adventures in vast world of Istaria.

Author: Lithuanian

Moria, auctions, mules

Posted by Lithuanian Thursday April 4 2013 at 12:15AM
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Lord of the rings online

Visit to Moria to do 3 quests. I was determined to go there, do quests, advance a bit…and possibly go further and do more quests.  It turned out to be impossible: quest area was unreachable, I could either fall down to death or go back. No way to reach it, no way to finish simple lvl.52 quests.

I say good-bye to Moria, this region that could make anybody use the worst words and feel depressed. It’s just a region where you can move behund point A and point B only without option to navigate deeper.

Took some time to advance my alt that wourd serve as “carrying mule” for the Kinship. Found stuff that does sell, brough it to the “mule” and sold in Auction. Result: 2 days and most vault upgrades done (people are paying crazy amounts of money!). Need possibly one last upgrade – and the mule is about to begin her carreer.

The day was kind of very dissapointing. I am starting to lose my faith in Lotro. Nowhere to go (Angmar is too hard with forced fellowships; Moria is impossible to navigate, Lothlorien unreachable without Moria), no way to level up, no help from anybody when that help is needed.

wordiz writes: Moria was the hayday of LOTRO. Now that the "Fellowship has moved east" nobody goes to Moria, or Angmar (prior endgame zones) except to level alts. Moria really isn't that bad once you learn your way around, but naturally, if you're the only one in there things can get pretty lonely pretty quick. I left after Rise of Isengard came out, so I'm not too familiar with the current state of the game. I can see it being a pretty difficult game to get into now a days without help.  Thu Apr 04 2013 2:36AM Report
mysticaluna writes: Sort of like everquest 1, even going back that after being gone a few years as an old veteran player is rough.  You suddenly have to try and get to terms with 3 or 4 expansions that you missed out on... not to mention the other 2 or 3 you are supposed to buy...  Fri Apr 05 2013 8:12PM Report writes:
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