tater puff Jul 5, 2013 @ 7:42am
LOTRO Plugins
wanted to start playing this game again, and i remembered that there were some neat little plugins i could download.
Songbook I remember was awesome, jamming out with players,
Other than that i used UI skins, which were neat.
Anyone else find any other plugins useful? maybe links that are not dead?

also i heard that the game is slower on steam? rather than the client on the official site? or are they the same?
and i assume brandywine is the most populated server,
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tater puff Jul 5, 2013 @ 8:29am 
on my main level 35 character, i had to pretty much stop at Evendim because of the lack of quests,
through deeds ect. should I purchase the Evendim quest pack?
http://archive.lotro.com/lotrostoresale/1573-lotro-store-quest-packs
this site explains that it contains over 200+ quests, which is really nice. so if I were to buy only one quest pack, Evendim should be the one?
Valamar Jul 5, 2013 @ 9:09am 
I'm starting to hate this Steam forum .... Steam has gotten realy unpredictable. I'll answer this in parts as my answers seem to be getting "{dumped" by steam.

Songbook works fine(still), however there is currently a bug in the music system -- you can hear yourself, but others cannot here you... they just see notes.

Visit lotrointerface.com -- repositiory for all active plugins.

http://lotro-wiki.com/index.php/Lua_Plugins is a good source for current info on the state of thep plugins. I recommend using PluginCompendium for installing and updating plugins.
Valamar Jul 5, 2013 @ 9:12am 
Personally, I use BuffBars, TonicBars and AltInventory on all my toons.

Steam itself is a pig, however it has no impact on LOTRO.
Launching Steam itself can take forever, but once you lanuch LOTRO, you are independent of Steam.

The Steam Client and the lotro.com client downloads are identical -- Stem uses its own system, while lotro.com uses Pandom - PMB. The Steam download is much faster than the PMB download. But once the game is installed, all patching and other updating is handled by Turbine and the Game Client, Steam is no longer involved.
Valamar Jul 5, 2013 @ 9:15am 
As for the most populated server -- it depends SOLELY on the level of your charaacter. Middle Earth is huge, and now that there are people spread from lvl 1 to lvl 85, they are also spread all over the world.

I play on Gladdan and (as a Founder/Lifetimer) have not seen any significatnt change in the number of players on the server. Player density in any given area, yes... but it all depends on your level.
Anonimatus Jul 5, 2013 @ 11:10am 
Evendim is a good first QP choice.
tater puff Jul 5, 2013 @ 3:26pm 
thanks guys!!!!
u da best
oreyos Jul 7, 2013 @ 1:54pm 
After the Lone Lands (free content) I would surely get Evendim. (be prepared to swim a lot though).

I use hugebag, daily tasks, buffbars and baruk as plugins.

Hugebag is what it says. It will lump all bags you own into one
Daily tasks helps you list the stuff you can use for daily tasks
buffbars gives a bar representation of all buffs/debuffs you have running
baruk is a versatile hotbar tool
Nordmann_666-[GER]- Jun 24 @ 3:59am 
dont work nobody hears me
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