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    Which Quest Pack to Buy?

    Hey guys, so for the 30% sale on quest packs today, I was wondering which quest pack I should buy.

    I am F2P (upgraded to premium since I purchased TP at one point). There's no quest packs that I essentially NEED. I have the quest packs necessary to get from 1-75. I don't have Rohan or Helm's Deep, but I'm not too concerned right now since my highest level is 55.

    The quest packs I don't have but want to buy are Forochel, Lothlorien, and possibly the Great River. I don't really want Trollshaws or the Misty Mountains or Eregion really. Maybe Mirkwood but I already have Enedwaith. So any suggestions?
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    If you're not needing them for leveling, then it doesn't really matter what you get.

    So, I'd say to check out each region's page on the wikia, see which one offers the most useful virtues and get that zone.

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    Or you can ride to the different areas and check them out and see which one you like best
    ;) “There are hundreds of paths up the mountain, all leading to the same place, so it doesn’t matter which path you take. The only person wasting time is the one who runs around the mountain, telling everyone that his or her path is wrong.” ~ Hindu Proverb

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    Is the sale in the in-game store aswell? I though it was just for the out-of-game "LOTRO Market" bundle "All Quest Packs" - a single purchase for money (rather than TP) of all current quest packs in game.

    As general advice, disconnected from sales - remember that some of those quest packs you mention contain instances. Eregion (School/Lib, scalable), Lothlorien (4 instances in Moria, not scaled), Mirkwood (a full cluster incl a raid, scalable) and Great River (Roots of Fangorn, not scaled IIRC). This of course may or may not matter, depending on your play style.
    Last edited by Cadd_EU; Dec 02 2013 at 07:16 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cadd_EU View Post
    Is the sale in the in-game store aswell? I though it was just for the out-of-game "LOTRO Market" bundle "All Quest Packs" - a single purchase for money (rather than TP) of all current quest packs in game.
    Yes, the sale is in the in-game store as well
    ;) “There are hundreds of paths up the mountain, all leading to the same place, so it doesn’t matter which path you take. The only person wasting time is the one who runs around the mountain, telling everyone that his or her path is wrong.” ~ Hindu Proverb

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silmelin View Post
    Yes, the sale is in the in-game store as well
    woah! thanks for the heads up! Much obliged, I'm now one single quest pack and two expansion pack areas from all content and don't think I've purchased a single area at full price!
    Last edited by Cadd_EU; Dec 02 2013 at 08:33 PM.

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    If titles and horses matter to you, then I would recommend Mirkwood.

    If you get kindred with Rivendell, Lothlorien and Mirkwood, you get the title Ambassador to the Elves. Plus 20 Turbine Points and a nice horse.

    http://lotro-wiki.com/index.php/Ambassador_to_the_Elves

    I did it with all of my elf toons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GondorianKnight View Post
    Hey guys, so for the 30% sale on quest packs today, I was wondering which quest pack I should buy.

    I am F2P (upgraded to premium since I purchased TP at one point). There's no quest packs that I essentially NEED. I have the quest packs necessary to get from 1-75. I don't have Rohan or Helm's Deep, but I'm not too concerned right now since my highest level is 55.

    The quest packs I don't have but want to buy are Forochel, Lothlorien, and possibly the Great River. I don't really want Trollshaws or the Misty Mountains or Eregion really. Maybe Mirkwood but I already have Enedwaith. So any suggestions?
    Great River provides a nice alternate path to 75 if you dislike Dunland. You can jump straight from in from Enedwaith assuming you hit level 66 or 67. That shouldn't be an issue if you do a lot of questing in Moria.
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