Critters casual – Help, i want a horse

You got yourself a nice little hobbit or dwarf. But their feet grow tired quite fast. Then you spot those things with four legs with players on them. You already had one like those, but it dissappeared after 24 hours. And now you’re dammed to walk to mordor on your own two feet. For surely a horse is too expensive and in /world you get all kinds of advice...

Follow Me! (A Guide to LOTRO’s Follow Mechanics)

Pretty much everyone knows how ‘Follow’ works, in theory: you select another player, right-click their portrait in the screen, then click on ‘Follow’ from the drop-down. If you spend a lot of time following someone, or occasionally have trouble clicking on things (or, like me, are too lazy for clicking), you can keybind it to something...

Lone Lands Travel Routes Diagram

Well, this one’s a bit boring. There are only 2 proper stables in the Lone Lands and one campsite – usable only during certain quests. At any rate, I bring you the return of the travel routes diagrams! In case you were wondering, the Lone Lands is for Leveling from about 20-30. Click on the picture below for a larger image...

Ered Luin Travel Routes Diagram

This stable route diagram shows the 3rd of the three starter areas.  Bree-land and The Shire have also been documented to this point. Click on the picture below for a larger image.   — Braxwolf can be found on Twitter at @Braxwolf or on Windfola, disappearing in one place and re-appearing in...

The Shire Travel Routes Diagram

Now you can deliver your mail and pies more efficiently! Click on the picture for a larger image. — Braxwolf can be found on Twitter at @Braxwolf or on Windfola, running around the party...

Bree-land Travel Routes Diagram

This is the first of a series I’m doing on travel in LOTRO. I plan to diagram all of the stable routes for the different zones, starting with Bree-land. Click on the image below for a larger diagram: — Braxwolf can be found on Twitter at @Braxwolf or on Windfola, staring at various stable...