LOTRO April Fools Day
A Day of Pranks

LOTRO April Fools Day Event Guide

Am I really writing a mini-guide at 10.45pm on the 31st March? Why yes I am, because tomorrow is April Fools Day and LOTRO have decided to run something “a bit weird”! There are a couple of titles up for grabs for your characters and a random bit of fun too. So what’s this LOTRO April Fools Day Event thing?

When Does It Run?

It’s currently on as I write this and it’s available through Monday 3rd, meaning it’ll shut off at about 3am /servertime on the Tuesday. As far as I can remember it wasn’t in the original LOTRO Events Schedule. So, surprise!

How Do I Take Part?

There are two parts to the April Fools weekend. You can grab a title simply by logging your characters in during the time the event is running. And the second is for following the quest – and completing it.

April Fools Day Walk-through

By definition, this contains spoilers. If you don’t want to read spoilers, don’t read anything more here!

Here are the steps you need to get fully started:

How to Complete The Fox in the Hen House

Right, well, I failed the first time through no fault of my own. So I learned afterwards!

Your Aim

As a chicken, your aim is to get from your starting point to the settlement of Glân Vraig:
  • Within 15 minutes
  • Without being defeated.
You are a chicken! If you’ve never done Chicken Play before, know that getting hit by anything is almost certainly your doom. You have a few speed and evasion skills, along with a Possum-like action. But don’t go near anything enemy-like!
Here are the steps you need to know.

Have a fun Diversion with the LOTRO April Fools Day Event!

With two titles up for grabs and a random session play, it’s worth taking a break from questing for a laugh or two. So lay down your arms and pick up your chicken feet and go have the best April Fools Day you can. “FibroJedi, Fool” – yeah, sounds about right! Well at least the LOTRO Anniversary is coming, where I can redeem myself. Maybe.
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