About This Blog

This blog started out solely looking at my adventures in ‘Lord of The Rings Online’ – LoTRO. However, after playing LoTRO and very little else from the autumn of 2007 though to the spring of 2012, LoTRO burn out finally set in. Following on, I finally widened the viewpoint and began to comment on other games.  As such, while the older (pre-spring 2012) entries in this blog are totally LoTRO oriented,  topics after that point in time cover a broader range.

My guardian - Corleth.

My main character in LoTRO, Corleth – a guardian.

As an aside, the name of this blog was inspired by the chicken farm featured in LoTRO. If you play the game, you’ll probably know what and where I’m talking about. If you don’t know it, load up LoTRO, and take a short walk north of Michael Delving in the Shire…

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8 Responses to “About This Blog”

  1. Just found out about this blog. Nice reads. 🙂

  2. Hey just found out that you are linking my blog in your blogroll, which is really cool, after reading yours I might subscribe to it, but would you like me to add your blog to my blogroll?

  3. Definitely know the chicken farm all too well, I spent a solid month dropping by the farm daily to run nasty errands for the Ale Association X)

    • I’ve actually never tried any Ale Association quests…When the next festival starts, I must just give them a bash!!

      • Well the fest is here, have fun mate! Keep in mind that the AA quests are a breeze for hunters/wardens who can port around, and are not as friendly to the rest of us. So expect plenty of stable rides and gorgeous scenes of the countryside =)

  4. Hi there.
    Visiting your blog I realised I didn`t write where we got the maps in my blog :).
    The mistake is now fixed. (But one that I can`t seem to find the original…)
    Now you can re-write the mouse rollover text in “LoTRO is Awesome” into a much nicer one 😀

    Nice blog, by the way.

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