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Posted: Nov 14th 2010 4:32PM (Unverified) said

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I recall my first trip through Moria. It's a bit tricky to bring into realization the actual size of Khazad-dum when looking over the map provided in game. Turbine did a great job of making the mines feel like they have great levels and tiers between one another even though Moria, as a whole, is relatively flat.

It will be nice to see the 21st Hall populated again with adventurers!

Posted: Nov 14th 2010 5:58PM Marklar19 said

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Back when I played LOTRO, I really really liked moria in general, I thought the place was just awesome looking/feeling, and alot of fun to quest in...but on that note, the Waterworks were to me the worst sub-zone in moria...I liked the Watcher/Turtle raids of course, but general questing down there was pretty drab, the rest of moria was much better

Posted: Nov 15th 2010 12:04AM ScottishViking said

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Really? Hmm. I loved (still do love) it. Particularly how the mist obscured the distance, and the "ruined world" feeling of the place was stronger in the Waterworks than anywhere else in the game. Still...it is VERY moody, and I guess if that's not the kind of atmosphere you like, well...it's not for everyone!
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