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Those are very thoughtful observations about LotRO! One thing that I really enjoy about the game is the fact that I have yet to stand in a field waiting for monsters to spawn so I can gain levels. I have loads of quests to work on and little need to grind for experience. As you noted, these quests are the same things players have become accustomed to in MMORPGs, but the quests at least make me feel like I am a part of a greater story and not just some elf thwomping goblins just to be doing it. If I thwomp goblins, I want it to mean something, even if it only means something to the NPC who asked me to do so. The quest texts and stories are fun to read and carry the players through the game to more interesting environments and more challenging encounters.

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Tolkien's stories chronicle the struggle to control the world (called Arda) and the continent of Middle-earth, between the angelic Valar

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