Get an eagle’s eye view of LOTRO’s entire world map

    
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You might know that Lord of the Rings Online’s world is big. Like, really, really big. But you might not have the appreciation for the sheer size of the landscape until you see it pieced together as one continuous map.

That’s where Daniel Moravek comes in. This LOTRO fan captured terrain information for each region of the game and stitched it together to show how the landscape is connected from the far north of Forochel to the ghastly region of Mordor in the south. It’s pretty cool to see how the rivers and mountain ranges flow together, as well as how some of the regions (Ered Luin, Mordor, Northern Mirkwood) lack land connections to the rest of the world.

While the map doesn’t include the new areas of Update 23, it’s still very impressive to witness. And it’s useful as well, considering that the older in-game maps are far less detailed and not helpful to navigating tricky terrain.

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This is incredible. Just passed through Eregion, and realized that I was passing through dried up riverbeds, but never realized (and you couldn’t tell from the in-game map) just how intricate those river beds are. Love tracing the rivers on this map.

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Eliandal

Want an idea of how big LotRO really is? Try running it. – as a chicken ;)!

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styopa

It’s funny, from that view Mordor doesn’t look like a giant anus?
It just plays like one.

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PanagiotisLial1

It looks awesome

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Alex Willis

Wow! That’s crazy cool. What an amazing game LOTRO is.

The poor little blob of the Ettenmoors, it looks so lonely there. You’d never know I spent probably 30% of my LOTRO time in that tiny zone.

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Roger Melly

Is there a good lotro pvp server ? just wondering which one it is .

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Neurotic

I can dig that. I’v played for years off and on, and have still probably only seen about a 1/4 of it all. :D