It would be even more interesting if prefaced with some description of what exactly we are looking at and how we might utilize this tool to create our own charts.
Last edited by Breeon; Jul 11 2013 at 02:11 PM.
It represents how little people are logging onto Crickhollow from pre-RoI through present. the numbers are just plummeting.
Freia - Level 85 Elf Minstrel, Crickhollow
Loge - Level 85 Elf Loremaster, Crickhollow
Brunhilde - Level 85 Hobbit Burglar, Crickhollow
Nimrodiel - Weaver, Crickhollow
The numbers are higher than any other server except Brandywine and a couple others. Even a few of the ones that people always think of as being higher than Crick. What is interesting is how high the numbers shot up for Withywindle and Meneldor when they were made the preferred server. (Crick has a good bunch of folks, if that time ever comes for us again, it's going to get very crowded.)
Last edited by EmyrSelyf; Jul 14 2013 at 08:33 PM.
I didn't realize that RoR launch had so many logins as the Steam launch, i was impressed since it didn't look that way to me.
It also seems that my favorite part of RoI (Update 5 with Isengard and TOO) didn't bring any extra logins...
Razor // Lusitanius // Crickhollow ~ Portuguese Kinship //
So the graph says it logins per minute.... I don't think higher number would mean more activity on a server. How do we know that higher numbers aren't because of people having to log back in because they are getting booted ? Do the numbers represent a unique number of people or does it include people logging in and out ?
a. many players don't "do stuff" during summer, perhaps lifestyles are changing faster than stereotypes
b. LOTRO is played by many teenagers, who can log-in 24/7 when school is not an issue - so they do play more often rather than "doing stuff"
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