The Fellowing tab is basically to look for players for a fellowship. In my opinion it is hardly used for that, but you can use it to look for players in general.
My Who Options
When you are a Player Looking For Fellowship, you check the corresponding box.
The Quest dropdown menu shows your own quests, and you can check the one you are looking a fellowship for.When you check a quest there, others can see for which quest you are seeking a fellowship when they hover over your name.
Note: it is better to just ask for people in World Chat, or Kinchat, you will get response way quicker.
Filter Who List
The Quest dropdown menu shows your own quests.
But you can set this to anything you want. Looking for a specific player, or a kinship, just type in the name, or part of the name.
The results list
You can choose from Area, Kinship and Quest.
Area shows the Area and the Note in the results,
Kinship shows the Kinship Name and the Note, and
Quest shows the Area and the Quest.
The Invite and Tell button on the bottom right let you invite a player from the list to your fellowship, or send him/her a tell.
At last the icons on the left of the class.
- One person means the player has checked ‘Player Looking For Fellowship’
- A blue group means the player is in a fellowship
- A red group means the player is in a full fellowship (6 people)
- When the middle one wears a crown, the player is the leader of the fellowship
On the bottom are two tabs, Who and Open Fellowships.
Here you can set an LFP Want Ad. LFP means Looking For Players. I have never seen an entry here, so I won’t explain what it all means. Partly because I just don’t know, mostly because it is never used.