We'd like to ask the LOTRO Minstrel community for some help on a couple legacies we were unable to get a complete picture of during our data collection effort for the LI Spender Tool. The legacies in question are Call of the Second Age Targets and Soliloquy of Spirit HoT Pulses.
Both of these legacies show a special behavior: The Rank 2 cost is less on Second Age LIs than on Third Age LIs, and even less on First Age LIs. The costs to buy all other ranks (regardless of tier) are the same as with Third Age LIs. We have this working for Call of the Second Age Targets in the LI Spender Tool, but don't have enough Second Age and First Age data to turn this on for Soliloquy of Spirit HoT Pulses.
How You Can Help
If you have a First or Second Age, level 60 or 65 LI with Soliloquy of Spirit HoT Pulses on it, we'd be grateful for the information below, either as text or screenshots. You can either post it here or send us an email at email@example.com. We also welcome any feedback you have on other legacies or the tool itself. Note: You may have to spend a Scroll of Renewal or Lesser Renewal to see what we are asking for. Thanks for your help!
1. Equip level of your LI (60 or 65)
2. "Age" of your LI (First, Second or Third)
3. Legacy and Tier (for example, T4 Soliloquy of Spirit HoT Pulses)
4. Costs (for example, 5, 7, 10, 14, 18, 24, 30, 36)
About the LI Spender Tool
The LI Spender Tool, currently in Beta (v0.4), lets you simulate configuring a LOTRO legendary item, including choosing legacies, setting tiers, setting the item's experience level and spending points. This lets you run your own "what if" scenarios for your legendary items, and even provides a URL you can bookmark to get back to your configuration later.
The design of the tool has a couple simplifications to make it easier to use, and reign in the data collection task:
- Only Legendary Items with a minimum level-to-equip of 60 and 65 are shown since these two levels are the most likely to be leveled by players.
- Only legacies that currently appear on ID or reforge are included.
For known issues, see the Release Notes. For design notes and instructions on how to use the tool, see Using the LI Spender Tool. Does the tool work like you expected? Did you find anything confusing or annoying? Discover any bugs? Let us know.