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Killing Uber Delving Fire Boss Guide/Story

March 19, 2012

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The day starts with a lack of Freeps on in the Ettenmoors and so I decided we would not rest until we killed the 990,000 Delving Boss.

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Earning Gear in Isengard

October 7, 2011

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With the release of Rise of Isengard, we have new class armour sets for level 75. Four pieces of this gear are obtainable through Classic Instances and Raid-sized Skirmishes, while two pieces (helm and shoulders) are available from the Draigoch raid only.

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Instance Join Reference Sheet Updated

April 13, 2011

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With all the changes we’ve seen since the Free to Play launch, we thought it was about time to update our Instance Join Reference Sheet. This listing shows all the available instances in LOTRO and the following information: the recommended level or scalability of the dungeon what typical abbreviation is used in-game when looking for […]

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Ask Elb: PUG Loot Rolling Etiquette

March 4, 2011

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Yajard asks: I was curious on the proper etiquette for rolling on items for PUGs.  I recently participated in a turtle raid with a roll/pass loot setting.  The raid itself was quite successful, and the raid managed to finish off the turtle in one go.  Naturally, this being the second time I did it, I […]

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Ask Elb: Can Captains Main Heal Grand Stairs?

February 4, 2011

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Psychobabble asks: I was wondering whether you thought a captain could main heal the grand stairs?

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Ask Elb: About Strat Making

January 21, 2011

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Ever thought about figuring out strategies for yourself but never really knew how to go about it? “Continue Reading” for some basic tips from Elb…

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Controlling the Crowd: A Broadened Look at Crowd Control

January 18, 2011

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Pack a lunch for this one. Elb breaks down crowd control in all it’s various forms in a mere 4982 words. “Continue Reading” if you dare.

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