Thanks to Dartamis, this post is worthy of being sticky'd across every server's PvMP forum. lol
Originally Posted by Dartamis
Good morning my fellow Lotro PvMPers! How are you guys doing today? That's great, really it is. I have decided to help clear the fog on a couple of issues that I have been hearing a LOT about lately. Hopefully this thread will get stickied so that generations of Lotro players to come will be able to benefit from the valuable information contained within it. We are all here to play this game and have a good time doing it, so we should all be on the same page to make sure that we all have the same expectations in the moors. If we can achieve this, then we will all be much happier in the long run I believe. To start things off I got a hold of Turbine's President and CEO, Mr. Jim Crowley and he was kind enough to sit down and give me an interview regarding Lotro PvMP. Here it is.
***I have altered our photos to protect our real life identities.***
So as it turns out, players are actually allowed to mock and disrespect each other. I never would have guessed it. Here is a graphical explanation of what is expected of players for those of you too lazy to read the interview.
Don't forget!! If you are one of the people that does not like being involved in the above actions, click retreat fast!
I hope this information helps everyone involved. This way we shouldn't see any more threads about people getting offended from these issues and we can all get along and have a good laugh while we are out there! Have a great day everyone!!
I think I speak for every hobbit when I say we need a /pee emote, get on it turbine! Until that glorious day, I will continue to go with /lol. The hobbit laugh is as adorable as it is demeaning.
I also like to throw in /story as a change up.
LOL, yep great thread I like it. I liked when gary coleman had the big white bar censor step in. Nice touch. Toxic Avenger should be a primetime interview host. Especially if he could drip toxified melt face all over the guests, especially primetime interview guests.
I'm giving this post a bump so newbies and vets alike can remember it's the moors. Whether it's me getting stressed out about interrupted super close 1v1's or anything else we should all remember it's all about our own honor codes and or complete lack thereof.