DDO celebrates 11 years while LOTRO promotes its community

    
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DDO celebrates 11 years while LOTRO promotes its community
On February 28th, 2006, Turbine branched out into a new franchise by launching Dungeons and Dragons Online. In the years that followed, DDO would make headlines with its pioneering of the western free-to-play model while also pushing out dozens of models and a few expansions.

To celebrate the game’s 11th anniversary, the Standing Stone team is giving its players their choice of select gifts (or a huge chunk of XP). You’ll need to follow these instructions to redeem them from the store before April 2nd!

Meanwhile, over at Lord of the Rings Online the team has started back up its efforts to promote the community with the first issue of the LOTRO Beacon. In it, you can find links to articles and videos from players, community spotlights, and a summary of the recent news from the game. It’s a good sign for people hoping the new studio would mean big improvements for the team’s involvement with the community.

Source: DDO, LOTRO. Thanks, DDOCentral and BalsBigBrother!

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Jack Pipsam

Good for them!

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Melissa McDonald

paying $199 for at-launch Lifetime membership in LOTRO is the best money I ever spent on any sort of entertainment. What an awesome game. A must-play for any Tolkien geek. You can explore nearly the entire Map that he drew.

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BalsBigBrother

I wish I had the sense to buy a lifetime sub for Lotro even after falling out with the game for as long as I did. Oh well after my return and falling in love with it all over again I still feel the monthly sub offer great value for money.

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Blake

Geez, 11 years… Good to hear that the game is still healthy.

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wratts

Eleven years . . . jeez. I still remember open beta and launch day