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  1. #1
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    The LOTRO Beacon: Issue 91


    Thanks for reading! Don't forget to reply to this post, we will pick a winner on Thursday, January 3rd.

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    Link to beacon seems to be broken.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Altair6 View Post
    Link to beacon seems to be broken.

    Yes it does.

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    You shall not pass!
    lotr enthousiast since 1996, 12 years lotro player, lifetimer, Loyal member of the Spartans Kinship, now in Evernight imigrants from Eldar

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    Quote Originally Posted by OliveYew View Post

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    marry christmas

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    Why do you think the snow beasts in Frostbluff are always trying to sleep?

    They eat too many Hobbit pies and are always stuffed.
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  7. #7
    because they party all night long

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    Why do you think the snow beasts in Frostbluff are always trying to sleep?

    I couldn't really say...

    ...Then again I did sleep 20 hours yesterday so it must be something with the weather

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    They just want to escape the Yule Festival plus they are not the party animals Guard Kember thought they were!
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    Snowbeast Snooze

    I don't think they're always trying to sleep, I think they never get to sleep because everyone is always trying to wake them up!

  11. #11

    Why do you think the snow beasts in Frostbluff are always trying to sleep?

    Because their mom wakes them up early in the morning and kicks them out of the house so they could have fun outside in the snow. But the Snowbeasts just want to lay down and sleep so that's what they'll do.

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    Why do you think the snow beasts in Frostbluff are always trying to sleep?

    Listen to them and learn; they are Tolkien in their sleep.

  13. #13
    Obviously the snow beasts were up all night taking care of their kids, so they have to sleep all day while the kids are at school.

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    “...and he lived happily ever after, to the end of his days”

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    They are hittin' the pipeweed a little too hard.

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    Why do you think the snow beasts in Frostbluff are always trying to sleep?

    Because it's winter and they have to hibernate

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    Why do Snow Beast try to sleep all the time

    Because a bunch of nut jobs keep waking them up

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    cuz they're workin two jobs on top of raising an entire litter of furry babies

    you'd be tired all the time too

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    > Why do you think the snow beasts in Frostbluff are always trying to sleep?

    They're actually bears who just want to hibernate.
    A spaceship from another star / They ask me where all the people are
    I tell them I'm the only one / There was a war, but I must have won

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    Quote Originally Posted by OliveYew View Post

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    Because they are partying hard...

  21. #21
    To calm themselves down...

    “Why are there so many idiots trying to wake me up?”

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    I think they're cloud-watching and star-gazing. Snowbeasts have nothing better to do. And then they kinda fall into a light slumber, dreaming about flying sheep-clouds or about traveling to distant galaxies. And then some hobbit cheers at them so loud they snap out of their wonderful dream. They don't get angry, these ones are non-violent by nature, but instead sag their shoulders, sigh deeply, and slowly walk through a mist of depression in the hopes of finding the right spot to once again lay down and gaze at the clouds and dream...
    It's pronounced roughly 'Eeka-shee'.

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    Because they are tired of pestering adventurers...

    Sergio :-)
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  24. #24
    They tryin ta sleep cuz peeps alla time wakin' em up!

  25. #25
    They're always trying to sleep because we keep waking them up! I'd be tired too if people were always cheering at me and forcing me to move.

 

 
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