I haven’t played much Lotro recently and while I could blame moving for it I know it’s not the main reason, rather it’s because there’s too much stuff I could do and I don’t know where to begin. I’m torn between completing pre-Moria content or just saying screw it and head right in. Just off the top of my head here’s the list of things I’d like to complete before heading farther in.
-Finish first part of Book 1
-Complete my mastery of the Master level of my professions
-See more of the Forochel,Eregion,Angmar,Misty Mountains zones
-Complete my level 50 class quests
-Find the last page I’m missing for my class book
My big fear is that if I do all that I will gain way too much xp and overlevel content by too much once I hit Moria, wich would make it a lot more trivial wich is the opposite of what I want. On the other hand I figure that stopping to smell the roses is fine also and Xp be damned, it won’t make the content less awesome even if it’s easier. In the best world I could stop my XP gain but it’s not possible here.
The small list above is just a small sample of everything I could possibly do. There’s dugeons I haven’t seen, reputations I’d like to grind(I know, weird… a game wich makes me want to grind rep), skirmishes I’ve barely touched… I’m literally sitting on a ton of content and I don’t know where to begin.
I figure that in the end I’ll do part of my list and I just need to get over the idea that I might not be able to do everything at the proper level. I’m thinking that too much content is a fun problem to have for once!