At peak times, there are about 140 people in globallff on a good day on Laurelin. In the morning i saw about 40 people online... Amsterdam time.
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The 'find player' function ingame only works if the character is online. You will only see my character come up in search if I am on that character. It is easiest to find a specific person by adding them to your friend's list (in the social panel, 'o') and then waiting for them to be online the same time as you.(Oh, and I tried to look you up, Laire, in the player list, but oddly it came up completely empty. [Yes, I cleared both the level and area filters.] Server glitch?)
It's possible to find people to level with, but it may be more helpful to find a large kinship that has many different levels of players and encourages grouping, if that is your ultimate goal.And, HaleElven, no, I'm slowly doing the quests, but since they are one-shot only things, my idea was to level up some and then duo or trio the quests with others--not for the difficulty, but just the comradery.
There's another reason for grouping which is much easier to sync with other players: Slayer Deeds. You've got a bunch of them started in your deed log already. Things like: kill 30 then 60 wolves in The Shire or Brigands in Bree-Land. You want to complete these in order to get the Virtue point, or perhaps just the TP and/or Title. Often the opponents are gray and won't aggro you, and can barely damage you. There's no challenge and little risk, but that also makes them a great opportunity to meet other players who need the same deeds and chat while you all massacre wimpy mobs.
Later on, when the count goes up (as high as 120 + 240 in Angmar), it can be tedious to complete these solo for a desired virtue. Much more fun to do these will 1-5 additional players. Also much more likely to be able to find a few others who need the same deed and are interested in joining you.
The Lag is so bad I saw Sara Oakheart outrun someone - kickman77
Cener, Ingo, Rilibald, Hesred, Halras, Belegthelion, Ingoror, Gloringo
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So if I form a fellowship with someone else, and I kill a wolf and he kills a different wolf, we each get credit for both kills?
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