Jun 9th 2010 1:50PM The Ironman Challenge sounds fun, but I have some questions. When it says, "clear your way through every instance", does that mean kill every mob in the instance? or just every boss? In addition, are heroics included in the requirements? And I'm assuming that all consumables (bandages, food, potions, etc) must come from drops in the dungeon, correct?
Dec 23rd 2009 11:58AM Exciting! I've been looking to get back into LOTRO.
Sep 16th 2009 11:07AM My most recent epic memory was taming Skoll in Storm Peaks. I'd been camping him for days, and when he finally spawned, it was right below me (I was on my flying mount). I was so excited when I saw him on track, I jumped off my mount and forgot to use my parachute. I didn't take too much damage and got an awesome pet out of it.
Classically, the first time we downed Ragnaros will always be my most favorite memory from WoW. There's just something about doing the progression with 40 people and being able to execute a highly choreographed fight. Perhaps I've been jaded from the experience, but I've not found anything near that epic for me since.
Apr 10th 2009 11:38AM I kind of agree with both of you guys. I definitely think it is great that these games have events, but most times, their events are just thinly veiled mirrors of real life holidays. I appreciate lotro's spring festival for it at least seems like it fits into the lore. So lotro has my vote with this discussion; the maze was fantastic and I really liked learning all the racial dances.
Mar 17th 2009 5:15PM What I like most about Lord of the Rings Online is that it is so immersive. The game is so visually pleasing that I often stop what I am doing in the game to enjoy the scenery. Sometimes I will just wander around exploring the hills and ruins for they are so detailed. In addition, the characters look realistic, so when I travel through a large city like Bree, I don't feel like I am walking through a circus. On top of all of that, I love the roleplaying community of the game. Thank you for providing such a wonderful world for me to enjoy.