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Pedigree and Notary

Posted by Keith Cross on Aug 23, 2007  | Comments

Pedigree and Notary - Lord of the Rings Online - MMORPG.com

The Lord of the Rings Online official site has been updated with an overview of their pedigree and notary systems, which allow players to create family lines.

Throughout the course of your adventures in The Lord of the Rings OnlineTM: Shadows of AngmarTM (LOTRO), the people you play with often come to feel like family, whether they are members of a closely-knit kinship, a group of your real-life friends, or even members of your actual family. You can recognize such bonds by creating your own in-game family tree with the LOTRO Pedigree System!

If you want to start a family, you can, like old Willem Haverford, adopt children of your own. The first step is to assign your character a generation (in Willem's case, the first generation). Using the drop-down box next to Change Generation, choose 1, then select "Change Generation."

In this example, Adney selected Generation 2 to prepare to be Willem's son. Willem then adopted Adney by targeting him and typing "/adopt." A confirmation window appeared for Adney, and after he accepted the adoption, Willem saw him listed as a "child" in the family tree, and Adney saw Willem as his "parent."

Game System: Pedigree 3rd Generation Family Tree - Click for larger image! Let's examine the story, and see how the Haverford's full family tree was created:

Willem is 1st generation; he adopted Adney and Elodee, both 2nd generation. Elodee then left, and Willem went to the local Notary to disown her (we'll discuss the Notary below). Elodee is no longer in the Haverford family tree after being disowned.

Read the full article here.

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