John "The Gneech" Robey (the_gneech) wrote,
John "The Gneech" Robey
the_gneech

Lachwen's To-Do List

Lachwen, I love you, but I need to do some stuff other than play LotRO tomorrow. I've got some big deadlines looming fast and need to get cranking on them.

But as a prompt to keep progress going when I can get back to you, here's your to-do list, courtesy of the virtue/deed/zone calculators at BurgZerg:

  1. BREE: Find the entwife flowers in the Old Forest and grind wights in the Barrow Downs for the last page of the Lore of the Cardolan Prince for Idealism and Wisdom, respectively.

  2. Join the Scholar's Guild and start making rep items

  3. LONE LANDS: Continue to slay Crebain, complete 45 quests, and slay an ungodly number of trolls for Honesty and Idealism. You will probably need to come back to the trolls after levelling more, unless you can find a group grinding 'em.

  4. NORTH DOWNS: I know you were all excited to go through the revised Evendim, but you need the deeds in ND more than the one goblin-slayer deed in Evendim. Specifically, in the North Downs you need to finish 45 quests, slay 180 orcs, and explore all of the western ruins for Justice, Wisdom, and Loyalty. By the time you get through that, you will be ready to bounce between the Trollshaws and Angmar, both of which have a bunch of deeds for you.

  5. When you can, start Volume II and head for Eregion. Besides starting your legendary item, Eregion has at ton of deeds for you.

  6. Long term: You're going to spend a lot of time in the Trollshaws, Misty Mountains, and Angmar. In the Misty Mountains, you will need to do Goblin Town from top to bottom. Eregion, the Central Halls of Moria, and Mirkwood will also be big for you. In Moria, you're going to want to grind Grand Stair, Fil Gashan, and Dark Delvings.


That should keep you busy for a week or two. ;)

-The Gneech
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