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The Anvil of Winterstith Raid to Open This Week in Lord of the Rings Online - MMORPG.com

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imageThe Anvil of Winterstith Raid to Open This Week in Lord of the Rings Online - MMORPG.com

The Lord of the Rings Online site has been updated with the latest patch notes. Update 23.2 will be deployed tomorrow, January 9th, and will bring a new raid into the game called The Anvil of Winterstith. The raid will not, however, open until January 10th. During the encounter, players will be able to take part in Tier 1 and Tier 2 and working to keep the Weeping Warrior "from adding the massive Frost-horde to his host".

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  • SovrathSovrath Member LegendaryPosts: 26,058
    "and working to keep the Weeping Warrior "from adding the massive Frost-horde to his host."

    Biting lip and thinking like I'm 12 ....



  • PARTIESPLAYINPARTIESPLAYIN Member UncommonPosts: 20
    This game is in dire need of a game engine upgrade
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  • BarelyEinsteinBarelyEinstein Member UncommonPosts: 205
    A friend and I have played Lotro since lauchn, he died yesterday and I am struggling to find a way to continue without him. Serioously, there should be a supppoft group for this. does anyanyonw know of on?
  • QuarterStackQuarterStack Member UncommonPosts: 364
    Wow nice!

    LoTRO hasn't managed to keep my interest for very long, as much as I wish it would, because I loved the setting and overall gameplay back around launch.

    Still, it's great to see that it's still being developed and expanded! Great for its players for sure.
    MadFrenchie
  • killmaxskikillmaxski Member UncommonPosts: 24
    edited January 9


    A friend and I have played Lotro since lauchn, he died yesterday and I am struggling to find a way to continue without him. Serioously, there should be a supppoft group for this. does anyanyonw know of on?



    Hey brother I reactivated my account just to let you know that life is great man. I am sorry to hear about your loss especially a gaming buddy. I've been friends way longer with the guys I gamed with. My condolences to you and his family. But you have a family too that loves you, just like his family loves him. I really hope you were referring to LOTRO when you mentioned not continuing on without him... because if not... that would be really sad friend.
    I found this through some google search http://www.mentalhealthamerica.net/find-support-groups there were many others like it, do look into it!
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  • MadCoderOneMadCoderOne Member UncommonPosts: 208


    This game is in dire need of a game engine upgrade



    Do you have a decent card? Cranked all the way up I think this game looks quite nice, especially the new zones. It does stutter unless you have an SSD.
  • SupaMutantSupaMutant Member UncommonPosts: 136
    edited January 9






    This game is in dire need of a game engine upgrade






    Do you have a decent card? Cranked all the way up I think this game looks quite nice, especially the new zones. It does stutter unless you have an SSD.



    Anyone that isn't already playing it will be playing in the starting zone, not new zones.
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  • avalon1000avalon1000 Member UncommonPosts: 789


    A friend and I have played Lotro since lauchn, he died yesterday and I am struggling to find a way to continue without him. Serioously, there should be a supppoft group for this. does anyanyonw know of on?



    How about an in-game memorial service? I attended one in LOTRO a few years ago for a young man that had died suddenly. His parents avatars were there. It was held in the PvP zone and was very moving. Everyone behaved themselves.

    Losing a friend is never easy. I have lost two in the last 4 years. But life does go on. The important thing is not to wrapped up in yourself. Get out and socialize in the real world. Volunteer work is a good way to heal.
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