Missing Out #LotRO

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  1. Previously, I always quit in the mid to high 30s. :) Hoping to hit 40 if I can finish this assignment for work. LOL.

    Btw, are you on Landroval?

  2. stargrace says:

    @Victor – yes, I’m on Landroval! I believe I even have your character on my friends list. Or one of them in any case.

  3. Ah. right then.

    I currently main as a 37 warden named Civrot.

    Since you’re higher level, I guess we can just chat if we’re both playing! :D

  4. pkudude99 says:

    I’ve never made it out of the initial starting areas. I think I’ve made it to level 8 on a character or 2. I agree that the game’s gorgeous, and I can’t really say anything’s wrong with it, but it just doesn’t “grab me” so to speak. I’ve reinstalled it since it went F2P and still CBA to log in. It’s just not on my radar anymore. I wish it was, in that I love the lore and the world and all that — been a big fan of Tolkien since I was about 10 — but… something just doesn’t click with me in this game.

  5. Sharon says:

    I’ve been spending most of my gaming time in LOTRO recently since quitting Rift, and also kick myself for not getting a lifetime sub way back when! I’m on Landroval too, so feel free to drop me a note if you’re ever looking for someone to group with who won’t yell at you. :) I’m Derreth (75 hunter) and Vansyn (54 champ), and I’ve occasionally been working on leveling my cappy (Deriwyn, 30-something), but she’s more fun to group with than to play solo.

    @pkudude99: I played LOTRO on and off for a long time before it grabbed me, so I totally understand. I’d play for a bit, but it seemed very… sterile. I’m not sure when that changed. I think I eventually played long enough for the epic storyline to suck me in, and I’ve been playing since. I’m still not crazy about the starting zones though.