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Posted: Jun 5th 2011 11:38AM jealouspirate said

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Sadly and (rather oddly), I will not be able to attend this awesome event because I'll be at a music festival on Earth.

Posted: Jun 5th 2011 12:57PM Liltawen said

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@jealouspirate
Same here-ironic.
Great event tho, everyone should attend.
The music system is certainly one of the things that makes LOTRo the game it is.
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Posted: Jun 5th 2011 12:49PM Popplewell said

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MMO's in general could benefit a great deal from more non-combat activites like the music in Lotro.

Posted: Jun 5th 2011 1:31PM ScottishViking said

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I went to last year's Weatherstock, and fully recommend people attend. It's one of the things that makes Landroval great. Anybody who likes to RP in MMOs should consider downloading the client (F2P!) and checking it out.

Posted: Jun 5th 2011 7:38PM thanatos465 said

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Too bad LOTRO players never go outside.......

Posted: Jun 6th 2011 1:39AM Unshra said

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I have been contemplating starting anew on Laurelin (RP) since Turbine took full control. Maybe I will attend Weatherstock there instead of Landroval (RE).

Posted: Jun 6th 2011 5:17PM alphaman00 said

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@Unshra Just wanted to point out that Weatherstock is a player-run event, on Landroval server, not an event on all servers.
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Posted: Jun 6th 2011 11:42PM WeirdJedi said

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This is probably why people still continue to flock to the Landroval server. Although it might not be the most populated realm, it certainly has a number of music concerts held every week.

The problem I have is that the instruments are very limited in sound and it gets very tiring to listen to each performer from your monitor. Cool idea, but nothing worth going crazy about.

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