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Nakties Karys of Istaria

Biped warrior adventures in vast world of Istaria.

Author: Lithuanian

Mines of Moria:return of a Dwarf

Posted by Lithuanian Thursday May 9 2013 at 4:38AM
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Mines of Moria, this half-grumpy blueish maze again. NaktiesKarys continued his adventures there. I ran through the quests from one territory to another, discovering surprising enviroments and stables. Got killed one time, but maybe it was a bad idea to run into horde of enemies with little health?

There were plenty of quests, from “honour fallen Dwarves with the Story of the ancient battle” or “collect Dwarven music-sheet” to “defeat Orc-taskmasters” and “destroy Morroval nests”. Some deeds were auto-completing without doing any extra job. Drops and tasks resulted that I was ally (or kindred?) reputation with one of the factions – can’t remember which one.

Even the map was not that evil: I could navigate there alone. One time got lost in some mountains, thought about killing myself…but fortunately, escaped. Experience was flowing, had to reforge my Legendary weapon once and am some 50% enroute to lvl.60. I’m levelling quite fast, even if I fight lvl.53 monsters. The worst of them (so far) being Orc Berserkers that can heal themselves: very bad surprise…

Kinship, however, encouraged me for travelling in Moria. Almost everybody enjoyed that fact. Some support, at last.

I ended my day, full of questing and running, with some >100 Turbine points. If things would go as they should, I may earn some 300 TPs more and then invest very little for green and golden fields of Lothlorien. No, I’m not into Moria fanclub – it’s big maze, but with some company it’s doable and maybe even worth the job.