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  1. #1
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    novembre 2012
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    hardest class to solo?

    I'm looking for a challenge. I already have an 85 champion and an 82 captain. Both were easy to level solo. My computer can't handle the lag in groups so it will be 100% solo.

    I'm thinking maybe a guardian. What's yalls opinions?

  2. #2
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    mai 2007
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    Citation Envoyé par or_bill68 Voir le message
    I'm looking for a challenge. I already have an 85 champion and an 82 captain. Both were easy to level solo. My computer can't handle the lag in groups so it will be 100% solo.

    I'm thinking maybe a guardian. What's yalls opinions?
    They're all pretty easy to solo, but probably the hardest to learn (and stay alive) would be the Runekeeper.

  3. #3
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    mars 2011
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    if you want a challenge play a warden and use only assailment once you get it. In my experience I would think the weakest classes would be loremaster or hunter. With hunter you can be easily overwhelmed by multiple mobs and don't have the armour of a champ or captain to protect you. You must always think before you fight, same with loremaster. Truthfully though if you plan it right its still easy.
    Welleg - brandywine, Kelleg/Gelleg - Landroval
    WARNING: leveling a warden may cause you to neglect your other characters.

  4. #4
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    juin 2011
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    An LM starts off very weak; once they get to 48 or so they become OK - and once they get past 77, INSANE.

    IMO the class with the worst "dip" (at about lvs 38-45) is cappy. Once you enter Moria as a cappy though, you start becoming epic, particularly in groups.
    105s: Aedfrith (HN), Aldnoth (CP), Brai (RK), Hrolfdan (MN), Aeldfryd (WD), Morriarty (CH), Aednoth (LM), Mishhar (BR), Hraldan (GR), Rummbold (BG). Tinies - Rumbelina (MN), Aenghus (CP)
    Rangers of Eriador (officer), ex-Snowbourn now Laurelin - A Noob for All Seasons

  5. #5
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    I'd say it's a toss up between Rune-Keeper or Lore-Master. Both can be kinda squishy early on. But I think you would probably get more out of an RK. Then there is the choice you would have to make between Dwarf or Elf for an RK. Both work out quite well but the dwarf tends to have a bit more vitality than the elf does.

  6. #6
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    juin 2011
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    There is no such thing as "hard to solo". There might be slow-to-solo (captain), or hard-to-stay-alive-when-pulling-full-camps (most non-heavies).
    Used to play: 85 Champ / Captain / Runekeeper / Guardian, Guild Master of everything but cooking.
    Playing now: Hellcat / King Tiger / GW Panther / IS / KV-5 / M4 Sherman and more

  7. #7
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    octobre 2010
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    The Tardis
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    I've personally found LM's the most painful to lvl up, but they are quite rewarding and it's fun to fight with an animal at your side.
    A warden of Lothlorien meets up a with a rune keeper from Lindon and a friendship is sparked. An elf hunter from Mirkwood finds a minstrel mourning the loss of Edhellen. A captain of Rohan rides to Bree and comes across a burned farm, the only survivor a young woman who'd defended herself with a rusted sword and axe. Thus many adventures begin.

  8. #8
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    octobre 2010
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    The Tardis
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    Citation Envoyé par gelleg Voir le message
    if you want a challenge play a warden and use only assailment once you get it. In my experience I would think the weakest classes would be loremaster or hunter. With hunter you can be easily overwhelmed by multiple mobs and don't have the armour of a champ or captain to protect you. You must always think before you fight, same with loremaster. Truthfully though if you plan it right its still easy.
    I have to disagree with the hunter, especially with that one skill where you can warp off the battle field to safety. Also with mobs, if you gather focus and stand far enough back, then you can take down the first few which come rushing towards you with the more powerful attacks.
    A warden of Lothlorien meets up a with a rune keeper from Lindon and a friendship is sparked. An elf hunter from Mirkwood finds a minstrel mourning the loss of Edhellen. A captain of Rohan rides to Bree and comes across a burned farm, the only survivor a young woman who'd defended herself with a rusted sword and axe. Thus many adventures begin.

  9. #9
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    mai 2007
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    Citation Envoyé par gelleg Voir le message
    if you want a challenge play a warden and use only assailment once you get it. In my experience I would think the weakest classes would be loremaster or hunter. With hunter you can be easily overwhelmed by multiple mobs and don't have the armour of a champ or captain to protect you. You must always think before you fight, same with loremaster. Truthfully though if you plan it right its still easy.
    I've tried the Warden many times, not really hard to solo (in fact the Warden is built to be a solo class). I just got tired of mashing the same three buttons over and over again (occasionally in different sequences) to do different skills. Got boring for me.

  10. #10
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    octobre 2011
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    N. Gate, Grams
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    Citation Envoyé par or_bill68 Voir le message
    I'm looking for a challenge. I already have an 85 champion and an 82 captain. Both were easy to level solo. My computer can't handle the lag in groups so it will be 100% solo.

    I'm thinking maybe a guardian. What's yalls opinions?

    Youre looking for a challenge in lotro's pve? lol....
    Ridduk R14 WL
    Brandywine

  11. #11
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    décembre 2010
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    Sweden
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    Don't do hunter for challenge, when they get precision stance (lvl 14? 17?) they are by far the smoothest to level solo, with logical rotations and everything same range.
    LM and RK you can do one skill at near full range and have to step forward a little for a second skill and a little bit closer still for a third skill. That's challenging your carpal!

    Minis also vary in range for their skills but that's only awkward if you accidentally do stun with initial attack. Highly recommended and quite a challenge levels 40-45.

  12. #12
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    juin 2011
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    Burglar or LM can make solo play less boring in my opinion. Haven't tried RK or Warden though.

  13. #13
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    décembre 2010
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    Citation Envoyé par Rasdun Voir le message
    Burglar or LM can make solo play less boring in my opinion. Haven't tried RK or Warden though.
    Burglar is a nice option! I hear they can be a severe pain to play until level 60 or so - and really shine after that so all win-win.

  14. #14
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    décembre 2008
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    Middle Earth, Arda
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    Wink

    Even a Rune Keeper can survive solo but is way up hill. Between captain & guard, i think guard is the easier to solo. Still they are both about the same as sturdy.
    Is this Alternate Playable Character Disorder? :

    Check my Kinship at Gladden server: The Fate of Middle Earth

  15. #15
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    juin 2008
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    is self-delusion
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    771
    Not minstrel, that's for sure. Just leveled my first over the last couple of months and I can pull a room full of mobs and circle strafe them to death with almost no danger. The only weakness seems to be stuns, a stunned minstrel drops pretty fast. I tend to think LM, only in that you have to know what you are doing and how to chain together CC's, which can get intersting with cooldown juggling. I've never leveled a burg, they seem interesting and somewhat challenging as well.
    [charsig=http://lotrosigs.level3.turbine.com/072060000000a4a22/01003/signature.png]Brathistir[/charsig]

  16. #16
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    novembre 2013
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    Citation Envoyé par Macroscian Voir le message
    Burglar is a nice option! I hear they can be a severe pain to play until level 60 or so - and really shine after that so all win-win.
    Lol, who said that? o0

    Burg was always one of the quickest and easiest to level. I'm talking of when 50 was cap, and beyond.

  17. #17
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    janvier 2009
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    Citation Envoyé par or_bill68 Voir le message
    I'm looking for a challenge.
    Wrong game.
    Used to be known as Zedred - Runekeeper - Windfola

 

 

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