Lotro Gold Edition


The Bree-mount uses a separate system from the level 35 mounts and should not be confused with them. If you have bought the gold edition and applied the item code to your account you will have a Bree-steed item in one of your inventory bags. Once you have done the bree-mount quests (available at level 25) you can exchange the item for a Bree-mount. You don't have to pay any additional price for a Bree-mount.

Once you have a Bree-mount the only thing you can exchange it for is a Bree-mount of another type. For example if you chose Bree-pony and your character is an Elf or Man then you can exchange it to a Bree-horse.

In order to get the festival mount you have to buy a level 35 mount first. That costs 4 gold and 220 silver. Once you have your level 35 mount you have to barter (trade/exchange) it with the vendor. You will receive a receipt of purchase when you do so. Once you have the receipt you can barter it plus 6 festival tokens and 1 festival run token for the Festival (harversmath) mount.

Do not sell any mount that you have. Once you log off you will not to be able to get it back and it will be lost forever.
Do not destroy your tokens. The same applies. You won't be able to get any more. Unless the same festival happens in autumn of this year.

The Lord of the Rings Online Gold Edition contains an exclusive package of four in-game items and 45-days' free game time, only available with the purchase of the Gold Edition. Upon reaching level 25 players are welcomed with an all new unique horse mount to aid in their travels through the vast lands of Middle-earth. Players also have the opportunity to personalise their new homes within Middle-earth with a unique welcome mat, five scented candles and a lucky horseshoe complete this distinctive package.

The Lord of the Rings Online Gold Edition is now available for purchase at all major retailers across Europe. To download The Lord of the Rings Online free trial or for more information please visit www.trylotro.com

  • Lucky Horseshoe - a pocket item that gives +5 fate and a further +5 fate on activation
  • 5 scented candles - a consumable that increases Hope +1
  • A welcome mat for your home
  • A Bree horse for you, when you reach level 25. (This is a receipt that you will have to cash in with a chap up at Hengstacer Farm). This horse is not as fast as the ones you would get when reaching level 35. Bree Horse needs Novice riding - done via a quest called "Stablehand's Hand" (involves running grain to Bree, drawing water in Bree to muck out the west gate stables, same again for the south gate stables)

    The Bree-Horse (according to the game) lacks the power and stamina of normal horses but is easier to tame - which is why you can ride it at 25 with Novice Riding

We would like to thank Gert_NDR member of EU Forum for providing this images and informations.