Mordor or Bust LOTRO F2P beta key giveaway

It’s probably not news to anyone, but we’ll headline it anyway.

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I am a beta whore

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There. Now it’s out in the open I can consider looking for a support group.

In the meantime, check out Mordor or Bust: they haz podcast. They haz twitter. And — o hai! — they haz LOTRO free to play beta keys. I’m still looking for the free T-shirts, because nobody can resist a free T-shirt.

I’m not actually sure what a F2P beta is — as in, what might actually need to be tested — but I am an ignorant peon and I don’t actually care. It’d be a good way to take a look at LOTRO again without shelling out, especially now that I haz better computer. LOTRO still stands in my memory as the MMO with the best landscapes ever, and maybe I’ll be kinder on the gameplay with a few years’ distance. The last time I played LOTRO in any meaningful way was during the beta (the pre-launch kind, since we now have post-launch kinds), and I was planning on checking out the F2P model when it came out.

Assuming I get a key, I can check it out early. Pick me! Pick me!

With thanks to Dickie (or rather, his twitter-version) for the original info! Plus, you’re one of my four readers. That free T-shirt is in the mail*

*insert really small disclaimer text about Acts of God, strikes, and other reasons other than sheer mendacity why you might actually not ever get said free T-shirt

Linkage — Fallen Earth for free

But they’re going fast so HURRY THE FUCK UP!

From Syp at BioBreak (and Massively) – just read and follow the links and destructions! You’ll get an email with download links and whatnot.

Note that I think this requires you to create a new account, though I’m not 100%. I didn’t want to waste time faffing around with it telling me I couldn’t use my old account (which was from beta and didn’t have any chars on it anyway).

EDIT — am in, have char. Look up Ysharros if you’re in game sometime. I thought I would use a cunning name nobody would ever expect. Sort of like the Spanish Inquisition, minus the fanatical devotion to the Pope.