Lotro Harvest Festival 2011

autumn fall festival horse
Lotro Fall Festival has begun. This year the Lotro Fall Festival started on October 19th, 2011 and will run until November 8th, 2011. The most challenging quests are there:


General info

The regular Fall Festival trader at the Party Tree - Rosa Hornblower is selling the maps: Rivendell, Eregion, Enedwaith, Mirkwood (12 tokens each one). Those 4 are the only new housing items. There are also 4 new cosmetics, 1 new horse and 7 new consumable deeds (thanks to Malachi108).
Important: The Green Skeleton Painted Horse and "White Paint" Skelly mount can be obtained from the Poorly Hidden Chest in the Haunted Burrow.

Furniture and Decoration

There are 4 new decoration items Rivendell, Eregion, Enedwaith, Mirkwood maps. If you want to see all decoration and furniture items visit our Lotro Fall Festival 2011 Furniture and Decoration Guide

Enedwaith Map
Enedwaith Map
Eregion Map
Eregion Map
Mirkwood Map
Mirkwood Map
Rivendell Map
Rivendell Map


The Hunted Burrow

The Haunted Burrow In order to start the Haunted Burrow you do not need the letter from the mailbox. Head to the Party Tree (The Shire) and talk to Opal Goodbody. She will start the quest chain with the quest "A Cellar Door Appears", Bilbo’s Letter at Gaffer Gamgee (The Shire) and finally The Hunted Burrow quest at Lobelia Sackville-Baggins (The Shire). By proceeding with the quest chain, you will be given access to the Haunted Burrow. (thanks to TheREALify for the great Haunted Burrow map.)
Haunted Burrow Repeatable Quests

  1. Valuables Gone Astray
  2. Roaring Maw in the Haunted Burrow
  3. Wailing in the Haunted Burrow
  4. A Stroll Through the Haunted Burrow
  5. A Race Through the Haunted Burrow
  6. Rattling in the Haunted Burrow
  7. The Inn League Excavation
  8. Inn League Initiation — Party Tree


New Cosmetics

This year we have four new cosmetics items (you need 12 tokens for each). The new cosmetics do dye. Thanks to Lyzau for cosmetics screenshots and don't forget to visit her great Lotro cosmetic blog:

  • Wrap of the Turning Leaves
  • Cloak of Autumn Nights
  • Gown of Autumn Nights
  • Tunic of Autumn Nights



Race Masks

Beaver mask (Man)

Bunny mask (Elf)

Bucket mask (Dwarf)

Pumpkin mask (Hobbit)
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