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  1. I have managed to find the Red Maid's spring in Garth Agarwen Fortress, but there is no sign of her; only a few Creoth. Does anyone know what the probllem could be?
  2. Thank you for all your help. I think the problem was that I ran away from the warg-riders too early. I cancelled the quest and then re-accepted it. The second time round, I fought the riders for longer and killed one of them, and the quest automatically advanced.
  3. Thank you for your reply. Yes, I did look in the wiki, but it said nothing about this problem.
  4. I do not understand how this quest is supposed to work. What exactly are you supposed to do when it says "Check on Manléof's injuries?" I have tried clicking on the body, but nothing happens.
  5. I am having trouble with the quest The Worm Keeper, near Gwingris in Eregion. I have defeated the Worm Keeper Arzgât and his ally (several times), but I am not allowed to complete the quest. Does anyone know whether this is just a malfunction, or am I doing something wrong?
  6. According to the LOTRO FAQ " You can dismiss your soldier while you are out on landscape whenever you like. " Unfortunately, they do not explain how this is done. Does anyone know this?
  7. I am currently level 26, and I have certainly not done it before.
  8. I cannot find the quest Trouble in Trestlebridge among those bestowed by Frideric the Elder in Ost Guruth. Does the quest still exist?
  9. Apparently, as a result of Update 23, " Monster health has been adjusted upwards at very low levels." Unfortunately, this has thoroughly messed up my game. I am currently 21st level, but keep getting beaten up by 15th level monsters. Does anyone know exactly what is meant by "very low levels" in this context?
  10. Apparently, Barrow-wights have a special ability called Shadow aura, which inflicts 20 points of damage every five seconds.
  11. I don't think it was dread, because my maximum morale was unchanged and I wasn't cowering. What sort of creature would cause that sort of damage?
  12. When my 19th-level hobbit hunter first entered the Barrow-Downs (by the North Barrows Pass), he soon found his morale quickly draining away for no apparent reason (he had not yet met any creatures in the Barrow-Downs), until he was incapacitated and woke up in the middle of the Old Forest. I cannot find anything about this effect in the literature related to the game. Is it supposed to be some sort of Barrow-Wightish magic, or is it just a malfunction? If it is magic, how are you supposed to protect yourself from it?
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