Lord of the Rings Online Articles
The Lord of the Rings Online's latest expansion, Fate of Gundabad, sees players retaking the legendary home of the Dwarves themselves. But how does this hold up, and does Durin's quest to reclaim Mountain-home do enough? We take a look at the story, new features and more in our review of the expansion.
As we say farewell to 2021, Bradford continues to look back on the MMOs that helped define the year. Specifically, the stories told within those game worlds. Has there been an MMORPG story that has been your favorite this year?
Late last week, Lord of the Rings Online's producer Raninia sent out the latest Producer's Letter, talking a bit about what's to come in the Middle-earth based MMORPG. In the letter, the producer touches on quite a few subjects, including the upcoming housing area in Erebor, Update 32 and more.
When Fate of Gundabad was announced and we knew we were going back into one of the lost Dwarvish strongholds in Middle-earth, Bradford's hope was we would see something really new. And while we don't have a simple retread of the past, Lord of the Rings' Gundabad is giving massive Moria vibes - in both good and bad ways.
The Lord of the Rings Online has been busy this fall with the launch of their latest expansion, Fate of Gundabad. Today's update improves some of the issues with Gundabad's release, as well as starts allowing players to get rid of those old Legendary items that have been held onto since the revamp earlier this year.
Fate of Gundabad, the latest expansion from The Lord of the Rings Online, has been out for almost a month now, and we wanted to know a bit more about its creation. We chatted with Executive Producer Rob Ciccolini at Standing Stone Games about the Dwarvish-themed expansion to the MMO.
Following the release of Fate of Gundabad, this week's Lord of the Rings Online update brings many fixes, but also Fate of Gundabad's two new 1-3 player instances
Now that The Lord of the Rings Online: Fate of Gundabad is out, the Standing Stone Games team is opening the doors to a peek behind the scenes of at creating the expansion's environments and scope.
The latest expansion in The Lord of the Rings Online, Fate of Gundabad, has launched today. Taking place in the northern reaches of Middle-earth, Fate of Gundabd concludes the story of Durin and the Legacy of the Dwarves as they aim to retake their ancient home of Gundabad.
Bradford had his first of in-person role-playing in Dungeons & Dragons earlier this week in 20 years, and it reminded him that it's both hard and that there was a reason he stopped trying in the MMORPGs he played.
There's a new devblog for the Lord of the Rings Online detailing the process of how creating the Brawler came about. Since this was the first new class added to the game in years, it was not a process undertaken lightly.
Work continues on update 31 for the Lord of the Rings Online and beta session three is now open on Bullroarer today.. There is also a new brief roadmap for upcoming features and when they're expected.
If you're playing through The Lord of the Rings Online, there are two new Legendary servers that let you choose your experience and play the way you want to go through Middle-earth. the Shadowfax and Treebeard servers let you choose the pace you want to go at when starting a new journey.
Dwarves. Not the Firstborn, or the Secondborn of Illuvatar, but rather the red-headed stepchildren of Middle-earth. This is a race that, admittedly, Bradford hasn't spent too much time thinking about in the fourteen years he's run around The Lord of the Rings Online. But prepping for Gundabad has made him quite upset he's slept on the wonderful stories Standing Stone Games has written for this solemn race.