Lord of the rings online
NaktiesKarys understood he was a bit lost and decided to go for some farming. First stop – Bree/Mathom reputation item hunt. Met one Loremaster (lvl.61). We teamed, he attracted monsters, I used AoE and slaughtered. Worked very effectively, I was mostly impressed how lvl.61 outperformed me. It’s hard to think what would this player do when he reaches lvl.95 – an unstoppable killing machine, unlike Champion. Monsters were greedy and I hardly collected 121 Cordolan trinket: instead, some 500 Barrow treasures. Next stop – Annuminas, teemed with lots of players, but drops were once again not so good.
Then – Dunland, finished last slayer deeds there, Uruk and Warg slayer (advanced). Received TPs, legendary item xp and advanced some of my Legendary weapons. Thus, farming was done, I deposited and sold stuff.
Lotro forum news brough joy to me: they are offering 25% discount a la carte! It means – the more you buy, the more discount, but this lasts only 7–9th February. Nex good news – “Wellcome back weekend” withg +100 xp gain. Yet next good news – revamping of some regions, namely Misty Mountains (maybe they would be more user-friendly). Very good to hear this from Turbine. Now, up to my needs:
- Mirkwood expansion pack: 695 Turbine points
- Vault upgrade VII: 895 Turbine points
- Shared vault upgrade: 995
Total:2585 Turbine points. With discount, it would be around 2000.
Which means, I should start creating and deleting my Minstrels. Some 10 of them: create, farm all easy TPs, transfer money to main toon, delete and start anew. Not so easy job, but I have to do and will do it.
And so the day has ended, I had 937 Turbine points (some 1648 remain to grind) and ready for more TP hunt. Life is just excellent in Lotro.