Lord of the Rings Online’s next update will allow you to level to 95 instantly

    
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What will we do?

It’s indisputable that there is a lot of content in Lord of the Rings Online. There’s a huge pile of zones and quests for everyone to undertake, regardless of level. So why not skip all of it with a quick level 95 boost to get you into the highest-level content immediately? The next major update to the game is adding just that.

While skipping everything in the lower levels isn’t for everyone, the idea makes sense when you’re leveling yet another alt. Or maybe you just hate leveling; we’re not here to judge. You can see a quick video of using the Blessing of the Valar just below; don’t worry, your character will have appropriate gear and mounts waiting at the other side of the boost tunnel.

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Wakkander
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Wakkander

I picked the cheaper version for characters over 50, used it, finally I would have a chance to see Gondor. We’ll see if I actually manage to make it very far.

Dope_Danny
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Dope_Danny

Heres the experience in summation:

crackfox
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crackfox

I’m tempted by this. I know that LoTRO is a quality title, I know that it’s about the journey and not the destination and I appreciate that some might feel that this devalues the game. But I see it as an opportunity to travel the highways and byways of Middle Earth largely unmolested. I don’t have any interest in end game whatsoever. I just want to explore those parts of Turbine’s Middle Earth that I never saw – Moria, Lorien, Rohan, Fangorn, Gondor – without having to worry about aggroing every mob in the zone or levelling up my old SoA characters for weeks on end.

paragonlostinspace
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paragonlostinspace

wanderv15 Feodor Mohrea Stop it. Feodor is correct, you need to not do “this here”. This is a place where we discuss mmo-rpgs, the good and the bad. He’s not lying, stop being a blind fanboy.

paragonlostinspace
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paragonlostinspace

Mohrea Feodor               I feel just the opposite. Start to Mirkwood was fun, interesting and moved me. After that it started to become tedious in look and feel and the mounted combat system made the legendary item system mechanics look good in comparison.

paragonlostinspace
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paragonlostinspace

For me the best part of LoTRO was the whole game to the end of Moria. I did enjoy Lothlorien as well. After that though I found it tedious and the same with a very tiresome mounted system. I’ve never been a fan of the Legendary Item mechanics system but I’d rather deal with it than the mounted mechanics system. 

So for me the this might be a boon. I tend to peter out at the end of Moria, so that’s talking level 50-60-ish. After that I’d buy the boost to experience the class mechanics since that’s another thing I love to play around with. I’ve done the content up to 100th with my Champion, so honestly and quit bluntly I’d rather not deal with that boring mounted content again.

blackcat7k
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blackcat7k

Geering 
The big deal? The developer just said their content from 1-95 is useless filler.

seemsthatway98
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seemsthatway98

I haven’t really touched the game much since the first few months after launch. I’ve thought about coming back, but i’m concerned about the low level population. I don’t want to start over and be the only person in zones because everyone else is sitting in high-end zones. Killed FFXI the last few times I tried going back to it.

Robert80
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Robert80

MatthewYetter Robert80 Armsbend Corvus Monedula  Ah, they updated the dungeon runs to include that?  Because last time I played, that was where I ended up looking at trying to get a group for the old dungeons and just left it alone.

zoward
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zoward

I have a level 90 boost sitting unused on my WoW account.  I *like* leveling alts!  *Sigh*, I wish they’d let me auction the damn thing off.