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    It's been too long

    It's been probably 3 years since I did any serious questing in Moria. I seem to remember an instance that was very helpful for prospectors. Does anyone remember which one it is?

    Someone told me "The Road to the 21st Hall" but I'm not seeing it on the Wiki.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DirkBadgewick View Post
    It's been probably 3 years since I did any serious questing in Moria. I seem to remember an instance that was very helpful for prospectors. Does anyone remember which one it is?

    Someone told me "The Road to the 21st Hall" but I'm not seeing it on the Wiki.
    You might be thinking of the crafting instances in Redhorn Lodes.
    I do recall one of the instances there that was for mining ore. Been a long time since I was in them.
    It's at 13.0S-105.7W in Redhorn Lodes, just south of Malmezel.
    Coordinates courtesy of http://dynmap.ruslotro.com/#Moria: Redhorn Lodes
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    Quote Originally Posted by Degth View Post
    You might be thinking of the crafting instances in Redhorn Lodes.
    I do recall one of the instances there that was for mining ore. Been a long time since I was in them.
    It's at 13.0S-105.7W in Redhorn Lodes, just south of Malmezel.
    Coordinates courtesy of http://dynmap.ruslotro.com/#Moria: Redhorn Lodes
    Yep, those are the ones. I had just found them and was coming back to post. Thanks!!

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    There is another set of craft instances just down the hallway about 1/2 way to the Crossroads from 21st hall. iirc Those were more hides and scholar stuff but they used to give a token for craft goods too. There may have been some revamp of those crafting rewards areas since you last played.
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