Lotro Housing Guide

Lotro Housing Guide

by Silriel
We would like to thank the following people and websites:

Zldyknight, Ragter, Greyshot members of forums.lotro.com
Trinity the webmaster of lotro blog female-gamer.com
MeanKeenLurikeen from lotrovault.ign.com

Alynora for the great house plans

Lotro Housing Guide - Basic information

Houses are more than an apartment interior floating in the ether. Houses in LOTRO live in gorgeously landscaped neighborhoods, where they have yards, sit along water, or nestle under cliffs. One size does not fit all! Players want choices about how their house looks, where they want to live, and who they want to live with, so we are offering a variety of options to fit many tastes. Houses are decorative and beneficial. They are fun to dress up and host parties at, but they also give the owner tangible benefits.

Video by thedeadpoet of forums.lotro.com.
Taken from his YouTube page

We set out to give choices to the Men, Hobbits, Elves, and Dwarves of Middle-earth. In LOTRO Housing, you choose fromâ¦

  • Four different racially-styled homesteads (landscaped areas containing many different houses). Each homestead has a distinctive architectural style and environment.
  • Up to 250 instanced neighborhoods to each homestead, so you can settle down near your friends.
    Thirty different houses per neighborhood: 4 kinship houses, 10 deluxe personal houses, and 16 standard personal houses.
  • Over 250 decorations to mix-and-match, including paint for walls and floors, rugs, bookshelves, welcome mats, scenic paintings, even background music!

You can be the elf who chooses to live amongst the Dwarves, but still decorate the interior of your home in the style of your homeland. Next door might live a hobbit who likes living close to Thorin's Halls for easy access to crafting forges. And a Kinship of stout Dwarves might own a great hall and host parties and recruiting events.

Who Are The Hobbits In Your Neighborhood?
Four homesteads will become available with the release of Book 11, each one in a different part of the world with a different neighborhood layout of houses, different building styles and appearances, and different natural settings. Each homestead expresses a different racial style, but don't worry-you don't have to be a hobbit to live in the Shire. Each homestead can have multiple instances of its neighborhood, each with its own unique name. Do you want to live in Stumphollow or in Overnotch? Hookworth or Holbroke? As the initial set of neighborhoods fill up, new ones will automatically open up to meet demand.

When you purchase a home, you're getting a yard and you're buying into a Neighborhood. Do you want a house by the water? On a hill? Underground? Near that cute windmill? Nestled in a cozy little corner? By a friend's house? Next to your Kinship House? We hope you like choices!

Hooks - types and numbers

As we have noticed, a lot of people bought or crafted some items, and then realize - they can't "hook" them in their houses. We have made a small investigation in our neighborhood and here is what we have found:

Prices
There are 3 different types of homes in each race neighborhood:

  • Tier 1 - Standard: A small private home, usually 16 in each neighborhood, price around 1g, with a 50s upkeep per week, 1 Chest, with 19 Interior/5 Exterior placeholders for objects.
  • Tier 2 - Deluxe: A deluxe private home, usually 10 in each neighborhood, price around 7g, with a 150s upkeep per week, 2 Chest, with 45 Interior/7 Exterior placeholders for objects.
  • Tier 3 - Kinship: A house available to a leader of a kinship, usually 4 in each neighborhood, price around 14-17g, with a 300s upkeep per week, 3 Chest, with 71 Interior/10 Exterior placeholders for objects, (but purchasing limited to Kinship Rank 7)

If you don't pay the upkeep
your house will vanish and the items can be retrieved from Escrow.

If you abandon your house you will get no money back!

House Plans

Floor Plans:

Standard Houses: (in order, Man, Hobbit, Elf, Dwarf)

Floor Plans:

Deluxe Houses: (in order, Man, Hobbit, Elf, Dwarf)

Floor Plans:

Deluxe Houses: (in order, Man, Hobbit, Elf, Dwarf)

Standard House

Interior Hooks Number
Large Furniture 2
Small Furniture 3
Large Wall 4
Small Wall 3
Thin Furniture 3
Special Furniture 0
Ceiling 0
Large Floor 0
Small Floor 2
Floor Surface 1
Wall Surface 1
Floor Color 1
Wall Color 1
Ambiental music 1
Housing Container 1
Exterior Hooks Number
Enormous Yard 0
Huge Yard 0
Large Yard 1
Small Yard 3
Doormat 1
Deluxe House

Interior Hooks Number
Large Furniture 4
Small Furniture 5
Large Wall 9
Small Wall 9
Thin Furniture 6
Special Furniture 1
Ceiling 1
Large Floor 1
Small Floor 2
Floor Surface 2
Wall Surface 2
Floor Color 2
Wall Color 2
Ambiental music 1
Housing Container 2
Exterior Hooks Number
Enormous Yard 0
Huge Yard 0
Large Yard 2
Small Yard 4
Doormat 1

Lotro Housing Guide - Additional information

Are there enough houses?
As Denour (Game Systems Engineer) said:
"Just to cut the panic off at the pass, there are plenty of houses. The system is set up to roll out more houses as they are needed; this is the beauty of instanced neighborhoods.
So take a deep breath, relax, and enjoy patch day!

Bree-land Homesteads - Man
In a quiet valley south and east of Bree, the Race of Man has created a settlement of houses and stores. A waterfall feeds into a swimming hole, and a brook leads off of it, winding through the center of the neighborhood where a few merchants have set up shop.

Here is the data Greyshot (US forum member) put together for the Man and Elf homesteads. This was on test!

Address House Type Buy Price Weekly Upkeep
1 Long Street Standard 950s 47s50c
2 Long Street Deluxe 7g 150s
3 Long Street Standard 950s 47s50c
4 Long Street Deluxe 7g 150s
5 Long Street Kinship 14g250s 285s
6 Long Street Deluxe 7g 150s
7 Long Street Standard 1g 50s
8 Long Street Kinship 15g 300s
 
1 Garden Street Standard 1g 50s
2 Garden Street Deluxe 7g 150s
3 Garden Street Standard 1g 50s
4 Garden Street Deluxe 7g 150s
 
1 Fountain Street Standard 1g 50s
2 Fountain Street Standard 1g 50s
3 Fountain Street Deluxe 7g700s 165s
4 Fountain Street Standard 1g100s 55s
 
1 Broadford Street Standard 1g100s 55s
2 Broadford Street Deluxe 7g700s 165s
 
1 High Road Kinship 17g250s 345s
2 High Road Deluxe 8g50s 165s
3 High Road Standard 1g100s 55s
 
1 Chestnut Road Standard 1g150s 57s50c
2 Chestnut Road Standard 1g 50s
3 Chestnut Road Standard 1g 50s
4 Chestnut Road Deluxe 7g 150s
5 Chestnut Road Standard 1g 50s
6 Chestnut Road Deluxe 7g700s 165s
7 Chestnut Road Standard 1g100s 55s
8 Chestnut Road Standard 1g 50s
9 Chestnut Road Kinship 16g500s 330s

Falathlorn Homesteads - Elf
The Elves built in Falathlorn, on the bank of the river Lune and winding upwards of sheer cliffs. Across the river from Duillond, there is a spectacular view of Split-finger in the Blue Mountains.

Address House Type Buy Price Weekly Upkeep
1 Haven Way Standard 1g150s 57s50c
2 Haven Way Standard 1g 50s
3 Haven Way Deluxe 7g 150s
4 Haven Way Standard 1g 50s
5 Haven Way Standard 1g 50s
6 Haven Way Standard 950s 47s50c
7 Haven Way Deluxe 6g650s 142s50c
8 Haven Way Kinship 15g 300s
9 Haven Way Deluxe 7g 150s
10 Haven Way Standard 1g 50s
11 Haven Way Standard 1g 50s
12 Haven Way Standard 1g 50s
 
1 Twinfall Path Deluxe 7g700s 165s
2 Twinfall Path Deluxe 7g 150s
3 Twinfall Path Standard 1g 50s
4 Twinfall Path Deluxe 7g700s 165s
 
1 Fairwood Lane Standard 1g 50s
2 Fairwood Lane Standard 1g 50s
3 Fairwood Lane Deluxe 7g 150s
4 Fairwood Lane Deluxe 7g 150s
5 Fairwood Lane Standard 1g 50s
6 Fairwood Lane Deluxe 7g 150s
7 Fairwood Lane Kinship 16g500s 330s
 
1 Waterbank Road Deluxe 7g 150s
2 Waterbank Road Kinship 15g 300s
3 Waterbank Road Standard 1g100s 55s
4 Waterbank Road Standard 1g100s 55s
5 Waterbank Road Kinship 17g250s 345s
6 Waterbank Road Standard 1g150s 57s50c
7 Waterbank Road Standard 1g100s 55s

Shire Homesteads
Ah, the Shire! Bucolic rolling hills, windmills, and freshly furrowed farmland fill these vistas. Find your own Hobbit hole, set a chair outside, and enjoy a pipe as the sun sets. Not to worry, tall folk, you're welcome too⦠Just mind your head on the door!

Small Hobbit House Deluxe Hobbit House Kinship Hobbit House

Thorin's Halls Homesteads
You can be happy underground in the Thorin's Halls homestead. Soaring caverns, natural rock bridges, stalactites and stalagmites, and houses built on stone columns surrounded by raging underground rivers.

Small Dwarf House Deluxe Dwarf House Kinship Dwarf House

How to buy a house?
If the house is for sale you click on the for sale sign and buy it on the spot.
Or you can go to the vendor that is outside of the instance entrance and buy it from the vendor without seeing it first.

Where:
Dwarf housing is outside Thorin's Hall, just follow the road south of the stables.
Elf housing is just off the road between Duillond and the portal that leads to Needlehole, across the great bridge.
Man housing is south of the Goblin swamp between Bree and the Forsaken Inn
Hobbit housing is in south farthing ... remember the shrew holes, just go a little more south of that.

Where to purchase:
Brokers can be found close to the housing areas, just outside of it, though the bree one is a bit more of a walk than the rest. Also you can enter a neighborhood and scout one. Some may have a "For Sale" sign in front of it, detailing costs and upkeep and how much stuff you can put in.

The Personal Touch
Once you've made a tough choice between homesteads, neighborhoods, and houses, it's time to personalize your new home.

Neighborhood Furnishers
To get started, visit the Furnisher in your neighborhood and pick up a few things to place in your house or in your yard. Pick up some paints, maybe some new flooring, a bed, a bookshelf, or a couple of other pieces of furniture.

If you want to choose background music for your home, pick up a music box and place it inside your house. I recommend the Mathom Society's music box if you're fond of Tom Bombadil's musical predilections!
You can also buy crafting recipes from the Furnisher to make more decorations for yourself or your friends. If you want more options, pay a visit to the other three homesteads; each Furnisher has a few different items and recipes that only they provide.

Unique Reputation Decorations
For the intrepid crafter, each of our Reputation Factions offers items and recipes for crafting decorations. There's no better way to corner the market on a sought-after decoration than to be one of the few crafters with enough standing to learn these special techniques.

24 hour cooldown timer:
Please be aware that there is a 24 hour cooldown timer between when you first purchase a house and when you can purchase your next one. Additionally, houses are not immediately released for sale when you choose to abandon a dwelling.
Players who are in the cooldown period must simply wait for the timer to expire prior to trying again.
You can only buy 1 house per account, alts can not own a house (at this time)!

Additional house usage
One of the useful feature is storage. A 30 slot chest. Only non-quest items can be place in the storage. You are restricted from placing BOUND items in the chest.
You also get a travel skill to map right to the door of your house. So you get another travel skill for your main character (alts might get it too at some later date).

Discount
When you own a home, you earn a Passive Skill which gives you a discount to purchases and repairs from the vendors in your neighborhood. What's more, if your kinship has a house in the same neighborhood, you get another discount which stacks with your personal house discount.

Go Home!
In addition to the discounts, you also receive a skill which allows you to travel instantly to your house. Kinship houses aren't left out, either-if you're in a kinship which has purchased a house, then you will receive a second skill to travel straight to your Kinship house.

Permissions
You can set permissions for

  • Entering the home.
  • Paying Upkeep.
  • Accessing the storage chests.
  • To manage the permissions.

Additional Housing Brokers Provided!
Due to the high level of interest in the new Housing feature of Book 11 there will be additional Housing Brokers available to help you to find and purchase your new property! These extra Brokers are in addition to the Housing Brokers that are located near the entrances to the neighborhoods. There will be two additional Housing Brokers available for each neighborhood, and they will be at the following locations:

  • For the Bree-land Homesteads you will find a Housing Broker just outside of The Comb and Wattle Inn in Combe, and also in the center of Staddle.
  • For the Shire Homesteads you will find a Housing Broker at the Post Office in Waymeet, and also in the center of Tuckborough.
  • For the Falathorn Homesteads in the Elvish lands of Ered Luin you will find a Housing Broker near the docks in Celondim and also near the Scholar's Enclave in Duillond.
  • For the Thorin's Hall Homesteads in the Dwarvish lands of Ered Luin you will find a Housing Broker in the courtyard of both Noglond and Gondamon.

NOTE: These additional Housing Brokers are temporary and may depart at any time.

Housing Interactive Maps

Shire Homestead Interactive Map

Trinity from female-gamer.com made this Shire Homestead Interactive Map. LOTRO Vault is hosting it so the link on the left will take you to their website. If you hover your mouse on a piece of property, the address should pop up. Clicking on the address will display a picture of the property, taken from the driveway entrance. You can see the full news at her Shire Homestead Interactive Map

Falathlorn Homestead Interactive Map

Trinity from female-gamer.com made this Falathlorn player neighborhood Interactive Map. LOTRO Vault is hosting it so the link on the left will take you to their website. If you hover your mouse on a piece of property, the address should pop up. Clicking on the address will display a picture of the property, taken from the driveway entrance. You can see the full news at her Falathlorn Homestead Interactive Map

Breeland Homestead Interactive Map

Trinity from female-gamer.com made this Breeland Homestead Interactive Map. LOTRO Vault is hosting it so the link on the left will take you to their website. If you hover your mouse on a piece of property, the address should pop up. Clicking on the address will display a picture of the property, taken from the driveway entrance. You can see the full news at her Breeland Homestead Interactive Map

Thorin's Hall Homesteads Interactive Map

Trinity from female-gamer.com made this Thorin's Hall Homestead Interactive Map. LOTRO Vault is hosting it so the link on the left will take you to their website. If you hover your mouse on a piece of property, the address should pop up. Clicking on the address will display a picture of the property, taken from the driveway entrance.

Visionsofthering.com has posted a couple of flash maps of the new housing areas back when there was the Housing event on the beta US server. Here are the links to it:


Top Properties

Why do some houses deluxe homes cost 8g while others are only 7g. So far the only thing we found out is that location plays a huge role in certain homeâs pricing. It is rumored that some houses have an extra yard or even more yard space. What we can tell for sure is that regular houses have 4 outside hooks, while deluxe houses have 8. Kinship houses are the ones that have "huge yard" hooks and the like, but you wouldn't be able to get one of those unless you are a kin leader and your kin is rank 7 or above.
We went through the forums and listened to what people had to say. Look at this forum topic here. Hereâs a compilation of what players think are the most sought after properties with best locations:

Elf homestead:

  • 1 Waterbank Road â good view deluxe house â Duillond in the distance if you look from the back yard â a bit out of the way - can hear the water stream in the back. Great view up front at the kinship house at Waterbank Road 2. Waterfall in the distance
  • 2 Waterbank Road â kinship house â very cozy. Leaned against a rock wall in the back and a bit on the side but has a fantastic looking Elf tower on the hill above it for free. (part of the scenary).
  • 3 Waterbank Road â standard house â the most charming little house ever. Placed on the ledge overlooking the river way down bellow as well as the rest of the Waterbank community. Duilond and the great waterfall in the distance just make it a picture perfect place. The back view is stunning! In front you are looking at some beautiful trees in full bloom so nothing to complaign about there either.
  • 4 Waterbank Road â standard house â right next to the big river. A bit out of the way. The lights on the river in the back make it a prime property IMO.
  • 6 Waterbank Road â standard house â great view â one of the most expensive standard houses - secluded from all the rest by a river and has two bridge crossings onto the property. Waterfall is right next to the house providing great atmosphere.
  • 2 Haven Way - standard house - has a little deck that extends from the back wall of the house out a few feet over the stream. Very, very close to the vendors
  • 5 Haven Way - standard house - secluded but extremely nice because of the trees on the property. For those that like privacy. Overlooking a pond with a gazebo.
  • 4 Waterbank Court - absolutely the best view. Right on the water, from the front door you can see a gazebo, bridge, and Duillond across the river in the distance.
  • 1 Twinfall path - deluxe house - It is the first deluxe coming into the community. It is very close to the vendors and vault. Great view. In the back is the gazebo. Right next to the small river so you can hear the water trickling. Next to the theatre. Has a statue right there in front of the house for free! (part of the scenary can't change it)
  • 2 Twinfall path. - deluxe house - Next to the bridge. When you go out of the house you see a waterfall in the distance. Feels cozy but not much space in the front before the road. Nice yard in the back though with a lot of space for children to play :)
  • 4 Twinfall path. - deluxe house - Secluded by two beautifull trees in front of it. Bad thing is that the back of it is leaned against a huge rock (larger than the house) so not much space in the back. That doesn;t take away from its charm IMO.

Man homestead:

  • The most expensive house in the Bree homestead area is a house that overlooks the town and is on the highest spot. This house goes for 8 gold compared to the cheapest deluxe home that sells for 7 gold.
  • 6 (or 7) long road and 2 high road â good view deluxe house
  • 7 chestnut road â Itâs a standard house right across the pond, and its hidden in a valley... When you have trees you almost don't notice it at all. Perfect for a low-key burglar!
  • 1 chestnut road â Itâs the second highest spot in the area. Can see the entire village but the best part is your right against the cliff and the waterfall is right behind you for an awesome look.
  • 2 High Road - Has a great view over looking the plaza and lake. No visible houses left right or in front. Sort of secluded. The front yard is huge and uncluttered so you can really decorate it the way you want

Hobbit homestead:

  • 1 Chalk Street â Good view. Can see almost every other house or party or event in the entire neighborhood. or at least I could if they would draw that far out. It's also a short trip down the hill to the vendors.
  • 3 Chalk Street - It's a deluxe on top of the cliffs overlooking the lake and town centre.
  • 4, 5, and 6 Chalk Street got some of the best views and locations among standard houses
  • 5 Myrtle Court - standard house - 1g 100s | 55s upkeep - right on the river by the waterfall, not too far from the vendors
  • 6 Myrtle Court - deluxe house - 7g 700s | 165s upkeep - great view of the party tree. Has 2 apple trees in the yard already - a must have for a hungry hobbit. The back overlooks the river and you can hear the waterfall in the background since it's real close.
  • 3 Brookbank Street - deluxe house - 7g 700s | 165s upkeep - great view of the river and the rest of the Homested. Windmill on the property! Spacious yard.
  • 1 Wending Way - standard house - 1g 100s | 55s upkeep - Right there at the entrance. Great back view. Vendors are just a leap away.
  • 3 Wending Way - standard house - 1g | 50s upkeep - Right next to the main plaza and the vendors. Entrance leads to the stage area. For those that like company.
  • 4 Wending Way - deluxe house - 7g 700s | 165s upkeep - Adjacent to the lake/stage island, close to vendors and has its own little jetty
  • 6 Harrow - deluxe house - 7g 700s | 165s upkeep - This Deluxe house sits back from the road against the cliffside, shaded by a beautiful apple tree. The yard is large and surrounded by a stone wall that has access to the empty side yard on one side and the waterfall /stream on the other. There is also a lovely little apple orchard with stone circles around each tree on the waterfall side
  • 2 Pleasant Street - standard house - 1g | 50s upkeep - Tucked in. Overviews the whole neighborhood. Close to vendors

Dwarf homestead:

  • 1 Stonemirk street - standard house - right next to a waterfall, looks over a river
  • 3 Stonemirk street - standard house - slightly elevated. View in the back is amazing. Front of the house is spacious. Down side is that it's looking at a hillside. Good thing about that is that the hillside is littered with crystals - very nice looking at night. Has a crystal pylon of its own as part of the scenary.
  • 3 Frothing Road â standard house but it sit on its own island and has a private bridge leading to it. Amazing view
  • 5 Frothing Road - standard house - right next to a waterfall, looks over a river
  • 3 Treshold Street â standard house - On a small plaza that has a great loooking statue of a dwarf.
  • 2 Low Street â standard house - great view
  • 3 Low Street â deluxe house - In the snowy reagion - to the right of it is a canyon you can jump over to get to the other street. Great for extreme sports types. bad view though.
  • 5 Roaring Road â kinship house - One of the houses on the highest ground. Right next to a canyon - conviniet for tossing ill behaving kinship members in.
  • 6 Roaring Road â deluxe house - Very secluded. Surrounded by walls. Covered in snow. Feeling very cozy. Has several Trees in the yard. Nice view at some solid dwarf architecture. Right next to the theatre.
  • 1 Anvilsong Road â standard house - Nice view. Close to the entrance.
  • 2 Highspires Street â kinship house - Spacious yard. Accessible only by bridge - easy to defend. Nice view over the crystal valley.
  • 3 Cloven Crescent â deluxe house - On top of the vendors. Nice view at the pylons holding the cave's ceiling. Spacious yard. Tucked in.

Trophy - Taxidermist Barter Item

As a part of furniture you can place a trophy inside your house. When you get one of barter items you should visit Taxidermist Vendor - Clar Whitethorn, in Bree near the Vault-Keeper.

  • Barghest Trophy (small furniture) from Undamaged Barghest Corpse
  • Black Bear (small furniture) Trophy fromUndamaged Black Bear Corpse
  • Brown Bear (small furniture) Trophy from Undamaged Brown Bear Corpse
  • Cave Troll (small furniture) Trophy from Undamaged Cave Troll Head
  • Warg Trophy (large furniture) fromUndamaged Warg Corpse
  • White Wolf Trophy (small furniture) from Undamaged White-Wolf Corpse

Where to find barter items?

Undamaged Barghest Corpse
Clawing Barghest in Fields of Fornost
Fell-Grip Barghest right next to the Amon Amrun ruins in the Fields of Fornost

Undamaged Black-Bear Corpse
No information till now

Undamaged Brown-Bear Corpse - Brown Bear Trophy
Hungry Downs Bear North Downs
Young Downs Bear in North Downs near Othrikar

Undamaged Cave-Troll Head
Cave Trolls drop off of the Trolls in Goblin Town, in Thundergrot way down deep

Undamaged Warg Corpse
Wargs in north Evendim, around Duskencleft in Evendim, north of Tinnudir

Undamaged White-Wolf Corpse
In the Southern High Pass (High pass is the new Misty Mountain area, new Trollshaws area)

Click here for more information about trophy

Furniture Catalogue

We have almost added all items.
If you have any suggestions or contributions please let us know.

Click here for more information about furniture catalogue


15 Responses to Lotro Housing Guide

  1. avatar etherdemon says:

    bear trophies are large furniture

  2. avatar jeff says:

    Thank you. Wonderful reference article. Bookmarked.

  3. avatar four10 says:

    black bear corpses can be found near the old florest, in bree droped by black bears

  4. avatar Johny says:

    Wen someone abandon the house, it will not get the money back, but it will receive the upkeep payment for mail ( if i pay 3 weeks of upkeep – every week 50 silver – i will receive 150 silver from the mail).

  5. avatar Gambit says:

    What is the purpose of having a house in Lotro? Just for fun or have some use in game? thanks

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  7. avatar Tarienne says:

    I have noticed that the furniture catalog here wont load, get a 404fail error. Casual Stroll to Mordor website has also vanished. Something going on with all the visual furniture sites lol!

  8. avatar George says:

    Hi.

    One question. On this guide, you can read:
    “If you don’t pay the upkeep your house will vanish and the items can be retrieved from Escrow.”

    but on the other hand, the official Lorebook housing guide reads:
    “When housing upkeep is overdue, instead of foreclosing on your personal or kinship house, we “lock” the house. While your house is locked, you are denied the benefits of home ownership, including entry, access to storage, decorations, travel skill, and vendor discounts. However, your house and all the items it contains will be held for you indefinitely. You can unlock your house at any time by paying a restoral fee via the housing maintenance UI.”
    *

    I guess it should have been changed some time ago. But… which one is the current behaviour of the game?. Forgetting the rent payment locks your house and makes you pay to restore, or destroy ir and move all items to Scrow?

    Regards

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  11. avatar mr.help please ;-( says:

    PLEASE READ, AND HELP IF YOU CAN!
    When i double click lotro it opens and i type in my username and password.
    Then i click “play” on the server i play on and it says searching for login server or somethinge and then it does 2 of 20 , 4 of 20 and so on, then it says it cant log on!
    ;-( help please!

  12. avatar Edwin says:

    Hi,

    I got hold of Old Croaker’s Bones as a trophy. As I understand I have to take it to a taxidermist for bartering, but I cannot find the one who can do the job…
    Can anyone tell me how to ‘use’ this trophy?

    Thanks!

  13. avatar kenneth ng says:

    are there any plans by lotro to improve the housing aspect of the game? it would be nice if a toon with farming prof can plant every inch of the yard, i sure would love to plant all sorts of flowers there, & may be put up a greenhouse or a butterfly farm, & for hobbits may be a pig/sheep breeding farm, this would definitely be a great end game for me.

  14. avatar Richard says:

    What happens if you leave your kin or get kicked out of your kin? Do you get locked out?