The quest names of LotRO are their own treasure trove; next time I log into the game, I have to go and check them out, but off the top of my head I can remember (in addition to Where is the Horse and the Rider? in Trollshaws Epic) Man called Estel and Drums in the Deep.
Man called Estel, of course, is a quest that leads you to talk to Aragorn, called Estel, Sindarin for hope, when he was young. The first time I ran across this, LotRO irrevocably won me over. And ever since then, I've had fun every time someone, anyone, has commented about hope.
Drums in the Deep, on the other hand, is part of the Epic in Moria.
Another kind of nugget is the hope token itself: Edhelharn, they're called. In other words, Elessar, Elfstone. This is also where I tip my hat off to Turbine, regarding the Epic: after the fellowship leaves Lórien, they carry the gifts of Galadriel, including Aragorn having the bewinged beryl brooch at his throat.
"This stone I gave to Celebrían my daughter, and she to hers; and now it comes to you as a token of hope."
And yet another... In the first Epic session play, Fall of Moria, you play the part of the Dwarf (Guardian) Nafni, and witness the doom of Durin IV. The very first time you see the Balrog, can click on it, its name is stated as Lord of Fire and Shadow, only to change mere seconds afterwards to Durin's Bane.
This thread, and the one with the translations are my happy places outside of LotRO. Thank you.