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Amorey

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  1. Not really no. I have been a member of these board much longer than others, if I am not welcome then grow some and ask Doro to remove me from the community. Snowflake much? I mean really ? You and other dudes around here cannot cope with a different voice ? Aww yes, that is some strong stuff from me, almost as bad as 'Here is a forum banana for you, you won the forums' At least I have the balls to use the same name here as on the OF unlike you hiding under that lovely snowflake costume. Aww yes of course you would say that wold you ? I do not seek di
  2. You got a 'like' instead Insults and personal attacks do say more about the people that do post such things that to the person receiving it. I am not expecting any sympathy or welcome committee here, I know very well we often disagree , but I am not in the mood to fight or argue with anyone . The dislike is reciprocal , the insults are not . I stopped posting on the OF a long time ago, I post here sometime, that is that. Ok sorry for the off topic, carry on
  3. Not quite 'watching' it but eagerly awaiting the Tolkien biopic that looks awesome
  4. It would not be the first time ? Sorry if i misread your post. Now I understand what you meant. As I said I've been away from LOTRO for a very long time and have no intention to endorse or support anyone, I just 'use' the game as a tool and when I am tired I stop. I made my views about LOTRO's problems known. Feedback was give now it is up to the people that run the game to make changes if they care. They are still working on it so it seem the game is not quite yet on its last leg, but it is struggling with many issues. I am stuck in between been a gamer and been a Tolkien's
  5. Or me, or you, or many that still follow LOTRO. It is true that many players are feeling disappointed and let down by the direction the game is going; I am including myself in the category. My issues with LOTRO today are mostly related to monetization ( store, loothboxes, F2P model ), performance, and use of never ending grinding. On the last couple of years my game time has been reduced to almost zero. It is also true that many players just refuse to let go. Many of these folk have spent the last decade playing the game and many of them are driven by the lore more than then game mechani
  6. Not only that, also a crafting update, this is so long overdue. I am really excited about this letter, it sets a positive tone . I was finally able to resub again this week and I decided to give the legendary server a go. So far I am really enjoying the experience
  7. Well that is quite a solid plan for the future, new 64 bit client in the work and also a new expansion on the horizon. Also glad they did listen to the feedback about Mordor
  8. I do not share your take on this , not really a great surprise , but you are entitled to your opinion so fair enough
  9. Of course there are different kind of roleplayers and way to roleplay however elitist attitude is something I was always against , I really do not like people that think they are better than others just because they roleplay, just like I don't like people that think they are better because they do not roleplay. When I started playing LOTRO I was not a roleplayer, but I do enjoy storytelling , poetry and art so I used the game as a creative tool. Never attended or took part in Weatherstock , I dislike that kind of RP gatherings, but I know what you mean about songs about pie, my goodness
  10. Telling stories is an outlet for our imagination just like any creative medium - like music or painting. LOTRO gives players a unprecedented level of virtual immersion in a much-loved world and original lore. From my perspective, my RP characters are ones I like a lot and wish actually did exist within Middle-earth. RP is essentially like an interactive story, and for me It simply adds another dimension to the game. Roleplayers are not crazy or weird, they are just more creative and enjoy storytelling which is perfectly ok in a game inspired by a greatest storyteller. Someone
  11. I still remember the your olde 'RP Sucks' ( or something along that line :p) thread. We had a good run in that one. Those days are long gone, RP has changed too along with the game. The scene is alive and still thriving but on a much smaller scale. We have seen a huge drop in traffic on our RP web portal in the last year in particular. people still RP of course but not on the scale they used to. In the past you and I did not agree on many things but today I agree with your take . Funnily enough I decided to login game tonight and bumped in RP/music event in Michel Delving, about 40 people
  12. I googled it and it looks interesting, I will watch it when I get Prime Thank you for the tip, much appreciated :)
  13. So it begins and I am super excited about it. I am not a huge fan of Amazon but I am planning to get Prime to watch this one :) https://twitter.com/LOTRonPrime
  14. I believe the child in my avatar is actually a very young Kristen Dust. She's been in a few movies including Interview with the vampire. I came across this avatar many years ago when I was working as a moderator on a forum and I thought it would be quite appropriate, it kind of worked and I have been using it ever since. The reason why LOTRO continues to be dragged along and still manages to survive is very simple and can be summarized in one single word : Tolkien If the game was just a generic fantasy MMO we would not be here today still discussing it, it would have closed many y
  15. Say a guy called Tarantula with a huge creepy spider as an avatar ? Hope your girl is doing well though Could be worst ? Glad to see you guys still have a sense of humor. On topic: LOTRO is only a very pale shadow, faint memories of Middle-earth and epic stories I still love. I refuse to be a statistic, use the store or play a game just out of my passion for the work of Tolkien. The LOTRO I remember was awesome , not perfect, but a solid game, but this was many years ago. It is sad to witness its decline, sad to see how people prefer a mediocre/bad run instead
  16. Hope your father gets well soon Kick, my best wishes for a speedy and full recovery
  17. So sad about this I know you care deeply about the game Kick, and I hope to read your thoughts about LOTRO here. *Big Hug*
  18. The usual suspects are out and about talking nonsense as always because well.....that is what they love to do; Given you enjoy quoting my posts ( stalking much ?? ) here is one I made earlier in the same tread: https://www.lotro.com/forums/showthread.php?668512-Since-the-Legendary-Server-is-a-PAID-service&p=7885631#post7885631 So you are wrong, I am not praising poor quality, I simply chose not to pay for it, Anyway have fun in your little bubble, I am off to play Fallout ?
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