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Author Topic: The Old Forest - Most annoying mob ever  (Read 4967 times)
Silriel
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« on: May 31, 2007, 06:57:24 AM »


Once you enter the Old Forest you know you are in The Lord of the Rings game. Tom Bombadil is waiting ahead and we are all filled with excitement of seeing what we have read with our own eyes. But, Old Forest would not be what it is without the dangers it holds. In LOTRO one of those dangers has become our life long enemy purely because of the annoyance factor. Read all about it in our latest casual comic.

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Once you enter the Old Forest you know you are in The Lord of the Rings game. When you experience the gloomy atmosphere and dangers lurking inside every shadow you know exactly what Frodo, Sam, Merry and Pippin went through on the start of their adventure. Our game characters followed their path and we were full of oh-s and ah-s, but all of a sudden there was this root coming out of the ground doing damage to some parts of our character's body that we really didn't expect to be damaged. Looking around, miles away, we saw this Creeping Oak root doing its best to send us to the nearest graveyard. Continuing our adventures we have come across the roots and been sneakily attacked by them so many times that it has become a pleasure to send them to their maker. If you see the Old Forest ridden of oak roots you will know that Silriel and Beleglin have been there. What was your most annoying mob ever?
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