My name is Liz (Lizette) and I live in Oregon on the Southern Coast. I am a life-long, third generation Oregonian. I've lived on the West side of the Cascade mountain range all my life. Nearly every place I see in LOTRO looks like someplace in Oregon. I could swear they have copied it.
I am handicapped and me and my husband live with a friend (in a house with no roof we discovered in last night's rain storm - 2") Oregon, for all its beauty, has something like 9% and was higher in the summer. I play my games because I cannot work and can't afford to travel. I started with WOW and was about 3 years into that when I started EQII which overlapped a couple years until I dropped WOW. EQII I played until my husband lost his job in the Middle East (thanks whomever decided to cut contractors and started with the little bitty ones instead of the big guys) So, no more EQII. Both EQII and WOW I played PVP. EQII is so different than WOW that it is more fun to play. I did end up on a quote "RP" server but never found any RP. I started LOTRO two years ago November because it is free. Now I'm VIP but I like the idea that if I have to fall back I can. Aleyne is my first toon, I saved money during beta to move her to Valar. I figured she was already 47, that was a better start to 75. Now she is 49.5. But I still keep dying, oh well.
Feel free to tell me to be quiet if I speak too much. There is a good reason that Ioreth suits me.
who talks too much? is there such a thing in this game? I haven't seen it. I have my quiet times, but overall, I'm one of the more chatty kinmates. I'm all the time breaking the silence with some witty comment that just came to me