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Da Brudders

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Da Brudders last won the day on March 4 2012

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  1. I remember suggesting, along with others, that the move to F2P was a last throw of the dice to make it profitable. This was flatly denied by both Codemasters and Turbine representatives on the CM's forum in June 2010. The game was in good financial health we were assured. I also remember Codemasters suddenly selling Lifetime accounts three weeks prior to the F2P announcement. I thought at the time it was fishy and given the news of the financial situation there was with the game, it smells even worse. Although, I can no longer bring myself to log in to the game it has given me the most
  2. Speaking of such things.... I read this article yesterday and apart from its apocalyptic headline it seems bang on the money. A lot of it applies to LOTRO and much that is discussed on this forum. http://www.cracked.com/article_20727_5-reasons-video-game-industry-about-to-crash.html
  3. Or you could go back to Evernight and see the Kinship you used to lead. Still struggling on last time I looked.
  4. Like clockwork, they never fail to disappoint. You could almost say that they are professional in their unprofessionalism.
  5. With the ongoing kerfuffle about heavy handed moderation on the official forum, I delved back into time to find the original thread on the Codemasters forum where we discussed the need and viability of a separate EU Lotro forum. 26/04/2011 Muer considered it and a day later it was up and running. I don't really bother with Lotro anymore but I always drop in to read the heat being generated. Thanks to Muer for allowing this to happen. Have a read of the original thread, the fears people had about the moderation style of Turbine and smile that two and a half years later it still surprise
  6. Well my post was post was removed. All I said was that some people reminded me of that guy ranting on about . I didn't mention anyone by name. I guess he has a guilty conscience. All those exclamation marks and uppercase, he comes across very emotional. Also five spelling mistakes per post doesn't help. Just scanned 19 pages of his posts. Always confrontational, often illogical and frequently rude. If he was on the other side of the conversation he would be taking an extended, enforced, forum break. Also strangely contradictory. Some gems considering how he is acting in the wardrob
  7. Just my luck. Make a humorous aside about the tone of some participants on the thread and who should appear (after a well deserved break) but Nick and made a post just before me. He obviously didn't like the inference and took it personally. Negative rep, called a troll and reported. No sense of humour some people. I worry for him, i think he may explode.
  8. Apologies if my comment was flippant or insulting. I was just taken aback by the force and long winded nature of your expressed feelings. I understand when people stay around to criticise some of the decisions Turbine have made/are making regarding LOTRO. Turbine have sole use of the Tolkien license, they originally started the game with immense promise and players in some cases have invested years of time into characters and a game that they really cared for. So I understand why they hang around on Turbine's forum commenting on the changes, even when they are hunted in packs and told "if
  9. My wife gets a bit like this once a month but at least she has an excuse.
  10. Dudu, offensive? Really? Good job I didn't say "poop" I would probably be looking at a lifetime ban. Two nations divided by a common language.
  11. Not me. More worried about the fragile souls who I offended by saying dudu.
  12. 3 negative reps in 10 minutes! Honestly, is this really so offensive or are there some really cranky characters on that board?
  13. If the store went one of these two ways, which would you prefer? Obviously, there are other directions but for the sake of argument.... 1. Turbine adds a variety of End gear, Relics, Legendary Weapons in store for purchase as well as leaving the opportunity to acquire them in game through an average, moderate playing style (rather than infinitesimal chance drops). 2. Turbine adds Relics and certain other "advantage" items to the store that are exclusive and are not attainable through gameplay. I would go with option 1 as I am not an uber player, enjoy the game mainly through
  14. Turbine have now locked the original thread because Hurin was making too much sense and they were still looking ever more devious.
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