I don’t know whether it is like this with all Lore-master trainers, but in Minas Tirith I talked to one again since quite some time prior.
Another thing… Why the *bleep* is this option still there???
Great news for us hoarders, less storage needed! (Just so we can fill it with other stuff ;))
You have to stack them manually. When you have the mats in your bags, you can just drag them on top of each other. Mats in the vault need to be dragged (or doucle-clicked) to your bags first.
Below is a map of the Minas Tirith Quest ‘The Secret Passage’. The entrance is mid below, and the ring marks the exit.
Don’t you just hate it? Standing in a vault (or anywhere for that matter, it just happens to happen a lot in vaults), and suddenly fall down with all the others, because someone uses a ‘funny’ emote.
I admit, it can be funny at times, but when it happens a few times in a row…, not that funny anymore.
It is not cheap, 995 TP, but you get a lot of storage room back. And it is accountwide. Plus, it is on sale often.
What does it do?
Purchasing this offer will allow you to move ALL barter items from your inventory and shared storage into the wallet permanently. This includes instance and skirmish tokens, region barter tokens, festival tokens, taxidermy barter items, legendary item barter tokens, crafting instance tokens and crafted runic barter items. This offer applies to all newly created characters and must only be purchased once.
(Took this text from Lotro-Wiki)
A while ago I wrote about my very first video game. I would like to tell you now about the game that made me love adventure (and in a way role-playing) games.
Early eighties it was. Highschool years. Queen, The Police, Meat Loaf, Dire Straits were the bands I listened to. Movies to see were Dark Crystal, the Blues Brothers, Friday the 13th (1), The Empire Strikes Back… and, Raiders of the Lost Arc.
Gamewise there were the consoles, and Atari ruled! In my memory it was the only one to be honest. The Atari 2600.
And after playing other games, like of course Pac-Man, there suddenly was:
I totally loved the concept. Adventure, puzzles! Me and a friend from school played it for days in a row. We even hired (hired yes, for the good ole VHS recorder) the movie to find out what we missed ingame when we got stuck.
A week it took I guess. But it was the base for my love of adventure / role-playing games.
But we had to start somewhere.