Fingolfin wrote:I've always wondered what would happen if I got sucked into that game! It always seemed fun but time consuming.
Once you get your degree, a full time job seems like vacation (at least to me it did). Then just download it and try it. It is now free to play.
Like World of Warcraft, etc. you can choose a class and a race. I have like 8 characters I rotate. It is fun because the plot lines in the game are either straight out of the books or really, really true to Tolkien. There really hasn't been a quest where I think, "Hmm, this really doesn't fit into Tolkien's world."
With that, building on what Val said, and getting back on topic, the locations are so wonderfully done. There is this type of Green House in Moria that uses glowing crystals to grow the food for the dwarves. It is GORGEOUS in there.
You know if you take a trip down to Indy in the next couple months I could show you around a couple locations from my account
"As the light upon the leaves of trees, as the voice of clear waters, as the stars above the mists of the world, such was her glory and her loveliness; and in her face was a shining light."