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  1. #1
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    mars 2011
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    Warden Moors Armor/Jewelry Set

    Hey guys,

    I am a newly 85 Warden looking to kick-### in the Moors. Can you give me some SPECIFIC jewelry and armor that will allow me to become invincible (so to speak)? I'm excited to utilize my Warden skills, but to do so to the greatest extent requires a bit of extra assistance from gear.

    Thanks in advance!

    ~Hemme of Brandywine
    [img]http://i.imgur.com/3CyqhB8.jpg[/img]

  2. #2
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    août 2007
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    3 595
    Citation Envoyé par Starborne Voir le message
    Hey guys,

    I am a newly 85 Warden looking to kick-### in the Moors. Can you give me some SPECIFIC jewelry and armor that will allow me to become invincible (so to speak)? I'm excited to utilize my Warden skills, but to do so to the greatest extent requires a bit of extra assistance from gear.

    Thanks in advance!

    ~Hemme of Brandywine
    Learning how to build your character is a big part of becoming effective in the moors. Unless you are planning to swap armour sets, just take a look at the bonuses from the class vendor in GV and pick your armour sets appropriately.

    http://lotro-wiki.com/index.php/User...Item_Checklist this link has 90% of the worthwhile gear in the game, check it out, see what will fit your build preference, and farm away on those instances.
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  3. #3
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    mars 2011
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    20
    Citation Envoyé par spelunker Voir le message
    Learning how to build your character is a big part of becoming effective in the moors. Unless you are planning to swap armour sets, just take a look at the bonuses from the class vendor in GV and pick your armour sets appropriately.

    http://lotro-wiki.com/index.php/User...Item_Checklist this link has 90% of the worthwhile gear in the game, check it out, see what will fit your build preference, and farm away on those instances.
    Thanks so much for the info! You have been such a help to my Warden - if I knew how to +Rep, I wouldn't hesitate to give you some.
    [img]http://i.imgur.com/3CyqhB8.jpg[/img]

  4. #4
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    juin 2011
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    The key is to stack tactical mit/vit, critical rating and morale. I run around with 17k (+10% from BFP) morale, 13,4k tact mit and 7,7k critical rating (8,9k when crafting is done). Works perfectly for me.
    Feailuve - Aeviternus - Vesanus
    Brandywine

    The important thing about life is the struggle, not the triumph... Said no winner ever.

  5. #5
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    août 2007
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    Citation Envoyé par Giliodor Voir le message
    The key is to stack tactical mit/vit, critical rating and morale. I run around with 17k (+10% from BFP) morale, 13,4k tact mit and 7,7k critical rating (8,9k when crafting is done). Works perfectly for me.
    A reaver who's done their homework will be running common damage in the moors, and any warg or BA who is going to be attacking the same target as a reaver should be doing the same. I HIGHLY advise keeping your common mitigation even with your tactical one.

    The build numbers advised above are probably the strongest and most consistent way to approach 1v1s in the moors, 16-17k morale will give you a nice cushion to work on dps rotations and movement without having to worry about heals for a bit, and with a crit rating close to 20%, you'll still hit with enough power for things to generally die before you. Those are very good starting points to aim for before you get more comfortable in the moors and make 'your own' build. Just don't forget, as Giliodor mentioned, his BFP gives him +10% morale, so you could have all the same stats and not hit 17k morale since if you're a low rank he's getting a good 1k more morale than you.
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  6. #6
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    mars 2011
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    20
    Awesome. Is there anyway you could give me some specific jewelry/armor to shoot for?
    [img]http://i.imgur.com/3CyqhB8.jpg[/img]

  7. #7
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    juillet 2008
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    Long Island, New York
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    Citation Envoyé par Starborne Voir le message
    Hey guys,

    I am a newly 85 Warden looking to kick-### in the Moors. Can you give me some SPECIFIC jewelry and armor that will allow me to become invincible (so to speak)? I'm excited to utilize my Warden skills, but to do so to the greatest extent requires a bit of extra assistance from gear.

    Thanks in advance!

    ~Hemme of Brandywine
    Please try to play fair for creeps. Instead of orienting yourself towards invincibility try other things, I personally find that DPS and contributing to a raid with set bonuses is a ton of fun.
    Take a look at this post, it gives some good fun ways to still play fairly for creeps. https://www.lotro.com/forums/showthr...g-in-the-Moors
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    A warden is a work of art; it is to be cared for, and interpreted differently by every person.

  8. #8
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    juin 2011
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    4 000
    Citation Envoyé par spelunker Voir le message
    A reaver who's done their homework will be running common damage in the moors, and any warg or BA who is going to be attacking the same target as a reaver should be doing the same. I HIGHLY advise keeping your common mitigation even with your tactical one.
    My warden is still running around in might gear, with nearly the same common mit as tact mit But yeah, you're right.
    Feailuve - Aeviternus - Vesanus
    Brandywine

    The important thing about life is the struggle, not the triumph... Said no winner ever.

 

 

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