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Nakties Karys of Istaria

Biped warrior adventures in vast world of Istaria.

Author: Lithuanian

Lonelands, continued

Posted by Lithuanian Thursday September 20 2012 at 12:44AM
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My play time (as "Onea") was a short one - had some 1,5 hours to play. I went to local inn and did trophy quests: turned in 5 trophies, increased my reputation with the people of Eglain...and it became clear I had more trophies than I could use within one day. Well, then it was the time to finish quest: gather Cordolain treasures + burn bodies of Eglain dead (but they do stay on the ground after burning).

It was a bit interesting run: i was lvl.24, spiders were lvl.24 and sometimes I had to fight two sipders. later met one very friendly Hunter who was killing spiders, sometimes showing the way for me or covering me with his good arrows. A nice, helpfull person.

And so some quests were finished: to collect spider eyes, to burn Eglain dead and recover their treasures. I am doing this to increase reputation with the people of Eglain - a rather mysterious faction in Lotro. Of course, one day I will outgrow trophies, but then I will collect lots of them for my alt - "Oneb".

Overall, life if "Oneb" is going to be easy. She is supplied with metal whenever main character finds any. She will be supplied with Bree treasures so that she may become a Kindred to Bree quickly.  She will receive trophies for Eglain (so that there's no need to hunt for them). She will receive any quality jewellery.

It become clear to me that Mines of Moria means only Mines of Moria, not any more paid region. However, I will make new characters and earn more Turbine points to buy this expansion (some 2500 Turbine points). And then - two classes unlocked + 2 more characters on each server (which is very good for TP farming and buying more stuff).

Life in Lotro is good - but I must return to my Istaria one day.