LOTRO Reporter Podcast
The LOTRO Reporter podcast, hosted by Chris, Layanor, and Cari, is the MMO Reporter Network’s longest running podcast. We focus on Lord of the Rings Online We cover the latest news, the best tips and great links to community sites to help you get the most out of your time in Middle-earth.
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Cari and Layanor were left alone this week to host the show while Chris was away. We discussed LOTRO underwear, shirtless dwarves, and a little thing called Riders of Rohan. We may never be left without adult supervision again.
Layanor, Chris, and Cari discuss the Riders of Rohan soundtrack, living in Canada or not, and their history with video games.
With the launch of Riders of Rohan on the horizon, I sat down with Aaron “Rowan” Campbell, Senior Producer for Lord of the Rings Online, and talked about what we can look forward to in the expansion.
Chris, Layanor, and Cari ramble on about about War-steeds, warbands, soundtracks, one rather colourful horse, and whether Chris should level a Champion or a Captain.
This week Chris and Layanor and joined by Cari as we talk about the Hytbold Dev Diary, treasure hunts, and Harvestmath.
We also have a great contest this week! Follow the instruction in the widget below to win!
Ever wondered what goes into making video game music happen? An Ace-team of panelists shares all the details!
Featuring Jesper Kyd, Michael McCann, Inon Zur, Martin O’Donnell, and Sam Hulick, moderated by Emily Reese.
Sorry for the technical difficulties in the middle! I assure you all I have been thoroughly chastised.
On this information packed show, we discuss the War Steeds, Goodie Bags, and the addition of Layanor to the team.
In this episode, we’re joined by Layanor to discuss several dev diaries (including Eastemnet crafting), stat scrolls, LOTRO player niceness and more!
Here we take a look at the upcoming MOBA Guardians of Middle Earth. Speaking to Ruth Tomandl, Executive Producer on the game, we look at the control scheme, bring Middle-earth to the MOBA space, and how much fun the game will be.
Chris and Bill are joined by Rick “Sapience” Heaton as we talk about how Lord of the Rings Online has changed since LOTRO Reporter began, 150 episodes ago!