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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.
The latest update for the Lord of the Rings Online will be hitting the server tomorrow. Changes include a few tweaks to the Brawler class and Legendary drops in instances.
The legendary item revamp long awaited in The Lord of the Rings Online hit last week, but not without its issues. One of those, a bug that allowed players to spend more money in order to level traceries past the cap, thankfully has been fixed.
In a new blog post, developer Fantus broke down some of what the team is working on to revamp The Lord of the Rings Online's version of PvP, its Player versus Monster Player mode. The changes, while not extensive enough to fix all of the issues plaguing the mode, aims to start chipping away at the problems and improving it over time.
The Lord of the Rings Online is setting out to release its latest expansion, Fate of Gundabad, next month but players can start to dive into some of the largest changes to come to the MMO in years right now. As part of today's Update 30.3, the latest class as well as the much anticipated Legendary Item revamp has released into Middle-earth.
Fate of Gundabad, and the new Brawler class in The Lord of the Rings Online, is sure to bring back some players who dropped off the Middle-earth radar in the years since the last major expansion, Minas Morgul. It got Bradford wondering how often our readers return to older MMOs when they get new content.
Standing Stone Games has released a detailed post featuring the Brawler , as well as what to expect, how to specialize, and more from the nuanced new class.
The Brawler is coming to the Lord of the Rings Online next week, and Standing Stone Games has released a teaser showing off the first new class in seven years.
Lord of the Rings Online announced a brand new Legendaries system, and the team has now published a very in-depth look at the entire process of obtaining the items, the Tracery system, slotting those new Traceries, and more.
Lord of the Rings Online players are being given another chance to check out the upcoming Brawler class ahead of the November 10th launch of Fate of Gundabad thanks to Standing Stone Games opening the Bullroarer test server back up to the public.
LotRO is gearing up for its latest expansion, Fate of Gundabad, announcing today the upcoming content will be available on November 10th. Players can pre-purchase the expansion now, with prices similar to those in the past, ranging from a $39.99 package up to the $129.99 variety.
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The long, long awaited Legendary item revamp is finally coming to the Lord of the Rings Online. But how does the new system work? Check out our impressions from the preview server late last week!
The Lord of the Rings Online is having a day. In addition to its latest class and Legendary Item revamp being playable on the public test server, the team at Standing Stone Games have unveiled the official name of the long-awaited expansion set in Gundabad. Fate of Gundabad, as it's being called, will launch in Fall 2021 according to the developer today on Twitter.
With The Lord of the Rings Online players able to go hands on with the MMO's first class sincce 2014 today thanks to the Brawler hitting the Bullroarer test server, it got Bradford thinking about how he chose his favorite class in any MMO he plays. Spoiler alert: They are usually ranged.