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View Poll Results: Select a region:

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  • Breeland

    6 10.53%
  • Dunland

    6 10.53%
  • Ered Luin

    14 24.56%
  • The Misty Mountains

    4 7.02%
  • The Northdowns

    6 10.53%
  • The Trollshaws

    21 36.84%
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  1. #1
    Join Date
    May 2018

    It's time for September's stroll through LOTRO!

    We are whittling away the regions of Eriador - some of which are very on-theme for the time of year (at least here in the US North East). Fan-favourite Enedwaith took the win last time by a huge margin. With it out of the way, maybe Trollshaws can have its time in the autumnal sun? It's up to you all to vote on which is our next region to explore!

    Above this post is a poll. Please take a moment to vote on the region we'll be walking through!

    What is this stream?
    It's a leisurely behind-the-scenes stroll through a section of Middle-earth wherein I'll talk about the area we are in, the design process behind it (and in general), and muse about what it takes to make landscape. As with every stream in this series, this is a World-design focused stream. I won't be answering questions related to topics outside of my area of influence.

    Where is this stream?
    LOTROStream on Twitch (https://www.twitch.tv/lotrostream)

    When is this stream?
    We are currently planning this to happen on September 15th at 2PM EST. Please keep an eye out for the official announcement!

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Nov 2011
    So I watched the stream the other day and really enjoyed it as always. I noticed one thing though and have a question (couldn't ask live as I had to time to watch it then). When in Rivendell, you very briefly tagged the elf in the blue dress across the bridge from the stables, holding a harp in his hand. He is called Nimorn. I heard that he was added later when Leonard Nimoy had passed away as a kind of tribute and commemoration. He also says a line, "Brenio a meado", which is supposed to mean "Live long and prosper".

    Can you maybe shed some light on it and whether it's true or not and (maybe) who came up with the idea? And if other tributes like that are being considered (mainly for LotR personae/actors like Christopher Lee).




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