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    The LOTRO Beacon: Issue 37



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    What am I most looking forward to with the festival?

    The mount! As always.
    The road goes ever on.

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    I am most looking forward to the Elk Mount and the two new Pets

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    The new cosmetics, of course, and doing the quests
    Is this the real life? Is it just fantasy?

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    I am most looking forward to the new cosmetics, and perhaps the opportunity to get that elusive Hobbit Dance 3!

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    What are you most looking forward to in the upcoming Yuletide Festival?

    Hobby-horse! Mara, give me it after all!

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    #37

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    Finishing consumable deeds

    Finally finishing those consumable deeds. Shame you can only get the consumables at specific festivals and not at all the festivals. That would make it easier.

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    Getting an alt closer to level 45. I have way too many Moria rep items in the house chest.

    Greetings, Polymachos
    Treufried, human Level 115 Lore Master, formerly from Maiar (DE), now on Belegaer
    Räuberhöhle auf Belegaer, Breelandsiedlung, Ochsbott, Lange Straße 5. Vorsicht, Fallen!
    Alexophor, human Level 115 Hunter, formerly a Nimrod, now on Landroval
    Awkward Animal Arena in Breeland Homesteads, 6 Long Street, Ersward (Landroval)

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    What are you most looking forward to in the upcoming Yuletide Festival?

    The new Elk mount, of course.
    XanThorr the Well-Met
    "Meddle not in the affairs of dragons for you are crunchy and good with ketchup"

    ~~Beeornfree 115 Beorning of Evernight~~Xanthorr-1 110 High Elf Hunter of Evernight
    ~~Beeornfree 98 Beorning of Gladden~~Xanaxier 105 Guardian of Gladden~~Xanthorr-1 104 Hunter of Gladden
    ~~Beeornfree 108 Beorning of Landroval
    ~~Beeornfree 60 Beorning of Arkenstone~~Xanthorr 35 High Elf Hunter of Arkenstone
    ~~Beeornfree 29 Beorning of Brandywine~~Xanthorr 30 High Elf Hunter of Brandywine
    ~~Beeornfree 29 Beorning of Crickhallow~~Xanthorr 37 High Elf Hunter of Crickhallow
    ~~Beeornfree 47 Beorning of Anor~~Xan 34 High Elf Hunter of Anor

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    a horse of course of course

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    Repeating the same quests over and over on all 19 of my toons so I can have pretty stuff.
    Not all those who wander are lost. - Tolkien

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    I love these social activities. It's fun to see everyone in one place.

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    Well Iam looking forward to some hefty snowball fights.
    "What is it that a man may call the greatest things in life?"
    - "Hot water, good dentishtry and shoft lavatory paper."

    -- Cohen the Barbarian

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    Building a snowman?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cordovan View Post


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    I Just finished reading the Develoer Diaries and SOOO looking forward to Northern Mirkwood and all that fun!!!! VIP here I come !

 

 

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