Living in Middle-Earth is a column about non-playable character’s homes in Lotro. Each week we’ll discover a new location with a distinctive way of life and decoration style, looking at the little details we often pass by.
Forochel, home of the Lossoth people. Despite their pretty harsh living conditions, the Lossoth managed to establish some great villages in northern Eriador. Actually, they developed numerous different ways of building a home;here are some of them!
Longhouses and tents made out of furs and animal skins.
Now, that counts as a house, right? Look look, there’s small tent on its back! Well, whatever, I say it’s a house. And I want to live in it.
Otherwise one of the most interesting feature of Lossoth’s constructions are their door. Have you seen how amazingly detailed they are? Different furs, seashells to make small flowers, teal fabric; you can even see the leather lace that was used to sew it together!
There’s also those great banners unique to the Lossoth. My favourite is the wolf pelt one.
Finally a peek at their home interiors, with comfy treated rugs and pelts to warm your feet up.
And look at all the pretty lights inside the main hall, I love it.
That concludes our visit to Forochel. If you have any suggestions to make on where we should head next, please send a mail or share a comment!