LOTRO Crafting Guilds Guide

LOTRO Crafting Guilds Guide: What is on, How to join a Crafting Guild and why I think you should.

An area of LOTRO not often discussed is that of Crafting Guilds. Despite the name, it has no direct bearing on player kinships, which may be part of the confusion. However, these guilds offer some of the best craftable gear for many tiers. And armour and weapon guilds can provide some cosmetic appearances not available elsewhere in-game. On top of that, you can even make extra gold from crafting certain guild items, to give you another revenue stream.

So what are crafting guilds and how do you join one? Let’s get stuck in.

What is a Crafting Guild in LOTRO?

A Crafting Guild is a group of NPCs that offer exclusive recipes and reputation items related to each of the crafting professions in The Lord of the Rings Online.

Reputation Ranks

A crafter’s guild is also a reputation faction. So, there are incentives for rising through the ranks of your chosen guild. There are also a lot of reputation ranks. While I offer suggestions for leveling up the ranks quicker later on, you should see this as a medium-term project.

The current nine ranks are:

  1. Initiate
  2. Apprentice
  3. Journeyman
  4. Expert
  5. Artisan
  6. Master
  7. Eastemnet Master
  8. Westemnet Master
  9. Honoured Master

As you improve your reputation standing, you unlock higher-tier and more powerful guild recipes. We will investigate that together shortly.

Guilds are not Kinships

Some MMOs use the term “Guild” to mean a group of real players who form a sort of “club”. These are used for social reasons, or for crafting or for forming groups or raids.

For this Metalsmith Recipe, the Guild Item required is a large Eastemnet Crest.

In LOTRO, these player-groups are called Kinships or Kins.

So, when you hear or read about a crafting guild, it does not refer to real players directly. However, real players can use their guild access to help others.

Are There Gathering Guilds?

No. As these relate specifically to crafting there is no guild for the Forester, Prospector or Farmer gathering professions.

However, as Scholar is both a gatherer and a crafter, there is a Scholar’s Guild.

LOTRO Forester Profession guide by FibroJedi

How to Unlock Crafting Guilds

For VIPs

You are a “VIP” if you have a current subscription to LOTRO. For the purposes of this guide, I lump “Lifetime” accounts in with VIPs.

If you are a VIP, you have access to Crafting Guilds included in your subscription.

So, while you continue to subscribe you do not need to unlock crafting guilds.

For Everyone Else (Premium/F2P)

If you do not have a VIP account, then yours will be one of these two types:

  • If you have never spent any real life money on LOTRO, then you’ll be classed as Free-to-Play (or F2P).
  • If you have bought some LOTRO points, or used to be a VIP, then you will have a Premium Account.

As Guilds are not included in Premium and F2P account, you will need to manually unlock them.

VIP? Premium? F2P? What?

My main LOTRO Guardian using the /think emote.

If you’re not familar with the various LOTRO accounts, then that’s okay! LOTRO-Wiki has a page that shows the benefits and drawbacks of each account type so you can make an informed choice.

View NowExternal Link (Opens in New Window/Tab)

Note: If you used to be VIP, joined a guild then stopped being a VIP this affects your guild access. Your current membership and standing are maintained, but you cannot advance any further without unlocking access again(ref).

Unlocking Guilds Through the LOTRO Store

This is done through the LOTRO Store. Now, one does not simply unlock crafting guilds as a single feature.

Instead you have to use LOTRO Points for each crafting guild that you need. These cost LOTRO Points 295, but the upside is that you only need to do this for guilds you want.

Real Money Value of a Crafting Guild

The real-money value of unlocking a guild depends on which LOTRO Points Bundles you choose. But here are the first few to help you.

  • £4.99 Bundle: 4.99/600×295 = £2.45
  • £14.99 Bundle: 14.99/1850×295 = £2.39
  • £24.99 Bundle: 24.99/3350×295 = £2.20

Crafting Guild Access on a Budget

If, after reading this guide to crafting guilds you still want to join one but don’t want to spend real money, don’t despair. Here are some ways to unlock access to them for free.

To skip this section, hit the button below:

How to Join a Crafting Guild ↓

1. Check Your LP Balance

Genuinely! When did you last check how many LOTRO Points LOTRO Points you had on your account?

Questing and accidental deed completions still earn LP. And in many reputation factions within LOTRO, rising through those ranks grants you bonus LOTRO Points too.

So you may already have more LP than you realise.

How to find your current LOTRO Points balance the LOTRO Store.

2. Complete Deeds on Current Characters

Speaking of things you may not realise, have you checked your deed log recently? Sometimes even slayer deeds can be nearly complete even if you’re just doing regular questing that’s roughly on-level.

Slayer targets count if they’re trivial (grey), but if they within aggro range I am more likely to defeat more of them. That’s because they attack me, or I clear more out because they might attack me!

See Slayer Deed Guides and Maps →

Other hints:

Check Starter Zones

Did you purposefully clear the deeds in all starting LOTRO zones when your character set out on their adventures?

If not, then easy and quick deeds can be found in the other starter zones: Ered Luin, Bree-land, the Shire and even the Deeds of Swanfleet.

I just checked my L29 Lore-Master and still had Farms of the Shire and Sights of the Shire to do. Over-leveled and riding on a mount, those two won’t take long and are LOTRO Points×5LP each! Brigand-slayer of the Shire (Advanced) was also almost complete and is worth an additional LOTRO Points×10LP.

What’s Your Current Zone?

If you don’t fancy diverting your adventures then check the deed log of your current zone. I found one where I just needed to discover one more location to clear an exploration deed.

Consider using Waypoint for certain higher-level exploration deeds to save you some time.

Take a look, you may be surprised. You might not be, of course, but it’s always possible!

Find Quick Wins

If you need quick LOTRO points from deeds, don’t spend two hours finding treasure caches!

However, some slayer deeds only have a small number to defeat if there aren’t many in a given region. And traditional exploration deeds are usually much quicker.

3. Create a Deeding Alt

These are sometimes called “throwaways”. The idea is that you create a character, run the main deeds in one or two starter regions, delete it and repeat the process. This can be a refreshing change from your usual questing while boosting your LOTRO points. And in doing that, you can earn a crafting guild within a day or two.

Deed Guides

You can find all my LOTRO Deed Guides here.

Deed Tracker

If you take this approach, then one of the many LOTRO Plugins is Deed Tracker.

I recommend you install thisExternal Link (Opens in New Window/Tab) by default on new characters. It can take a lot of setup on existing ones is all.

4. Wait for a Bonus Points Sale

LOTRO Points themselves are never discounted – technically. However, there are sometimes Double Bonus Points Sales.

If you are in a position to be able to spend real life money, consider waiting for a Bonus Points sale before topping up your account. The difficulty with this approach is that such sales are only announced very close to their live date. If you want to unlock crafting guilds now, you also don’t want to wait a few months!

How to Join a LOTRO Crafting Guild

Joining a new crafting guild is a simple process:

  1. Become proficient in the Expert tier of your chosen crafting profession.
  2. Speak to a Master of Crafting Guilds.
  3. Visit the Guild Leader and complete the process.

Here’s a bit more detail to help you.

1. Become Proficient in Expert Crafting

Whichever profession’s guild you’re choosing to join, you must reach proficiency in the Expert Tier first. That means filling up the “bronze” Crafting XP bar. See What is Proficiency?External Link (Opens in New Window/Tab) for more details.

Do I Need to Be a Certain Level?

No, the beauty of the LOTRO crafting system is that your character level has no bearing on which tier of crafting you can do. Once you unlock a crafting tier then, so long a you have the materials, you can begin making items from the next tier.

This applies to guild recipes also.

LOTRO Crafting Panel showing Expert Tier as proficient but not yet mastered.

2. Visit a Master of Crafting Guilds

Once you’ve hit the Expert tier and you’ve proved yourself proficient, you need to go see a Master of Crafting Guilds. These are usually near a Master or Mistress of Apprentices.

Note: there is no “Mistress of Crafting Guilds”. In my opinion the one for apprentices should just be “Master” as well as that title does not have to infer gender. But that’s by-the-by.

Find a Master of Crafting Guilds

Caredgam - Master of Crafting Guilds based at Esteldin in the North Downs

There are many of these around Middle-Earth and most of them are in the earlier regions.

You can find the full list on LOTRO-WikiExternal Link (Opens in New Window/Tab).

Choose Guild & Get the Quest

If you are eligible to join more than one guild, the NPC will ask you which one you wish to join.

Make your selection and then take the quest they give you. This should also include directions to the relevant headquarters.

All the quests are named
Introduction: <Guild Name>

Take Yourself to their Leader

Once you have your introduction from the previous NPC, you have to journey to your new Guild-hall.

See: Where are the Crafting Guilds?

For the Scholar’s Guild, make sure you speak to a Master of Crafting Guilds before travelling to Rivendell.

There is no Master of Crafting Guilds in Rivendell. There’s not even one in the Trollshaws.

I made this mistake so had to make the journey twice!

3. Speak to Your Guild Leader

Meet and Read

Once there, speak to the Guild Leader and follow their introductory quests.

If this is your first guild, take your time to actually read those dialogues. You will save yourself some hassle further down the line.

Follow-on Quests

They will introduce you to other key NPCs. These are the important ones to bear in mind any time you want to do guild crafting.

Welcome, Initiate!

Congratulations, you have joined your crafting guild! But you can’t craft guild armour, weapons or stuff like that yet.

First you need to learn to be comfortable crafting the guild “components”. (See Why Can’t I Buy Guild Recipes?)

Where are the Crafting Guilds?

You can find the LOTRO crafting guilds in the following locations:

  • Cook’s Guild: The Hobbit Hole at the Michel Delving crafting area.
  • Jeweller’s Guild: Craft Hall of Estdeldín.
  • Metalsmith’s Guild: Thorin’s Hall (near the forges).
  • Scholar’s Guild: Rivendell, Last Homely House (second floor).
  • Tailor’s Guild: Craft Hall of Estdeldín.
  • Weaponsmith’s Guild: Thorin’s Hall (near the forges).
  • Woodworker’s Guild: Craft Hall of Estdeldín.

Ered Luin

Thorin’s Hall is the home of the Metalsmith’s Guild and the Weaponsmith’s Guild.

North Downs

Esteldín is where you will find the Jeweller’s, Tailor’s and Woodworker’s Guilds.


Rivendell is the location of the Scholar’s Guild. It is on the first floor of the Last Homely House.

The Shire

Naturally, being the home of food-oriented Hobbits, the Shire is where the Cook’s Guild is based.

Travelling to Guild HQs

All the guild headquarters are fairly accessible, but in case you need help, here you go. They are listed in Alphabetical order.

Cook’s Guild

Inside the Cook's Guild Hall

Fast Travel to Michel Delving.

Hobbits may earn Return to the ShireExternal Link (Opens in New Window/Tab), non-Hobbits can purchase Return to Michel DelvingExternal Link (Opens in New Window/Tab).

Metalsmith’s/Weaponsmith’s Guild

Inside the Weaponsmith's Guild Hall

Fast Travel to Thorin’s Gate.

You can fast travel here from many other fast travel stables, including Michel Delving and Bree.

Return to Thorin’s Gate can be purchased in various waysExternal Link (Opens in New Window/Tab) and acquired for free by DwarvesExternal Link (Opens in New Window/Tab) (not Stout-Axe).

Scholars Guild

Inside the Scholar's Guild Hall

Stablemaster: Rivendell.

Route: South Bree → Rivendell

Instant Travel
(Non-High) Elves can learn the Return to Rivendell racial traitExternal Link (Opens in New Window/Tab). Other races can purchase thisExternal Link (Opens in New Window/Tab) from the LOTRO store for LOTRO Points 295 LOTRO Points.

Tailor’s/Jeweller’s/Woodworker’s Guild

Inside the Tailor's Guild Hall

Stablemaster: Esteldín.

Route: West Bree → Esteldín

Instant travel options are available for: Hunter, Warden and Mariner.

Guild Hall Amenities

When you visit your guild’s headquarters, you’ll find a number of facilities and NPCs available.

  • Guild NPCs
    • Specialist Guild crafting recipe vendor.
    • Guild “item” recipe trader.
    • Guild Master (we will get to them shortly)
  • Crafting Facilities: in the very least the ones you need for your specific crafting guild. But often you can find all the facilities – if not right there, then not far away.
  • NPC Material Vendors: e.g. Suppliers, Expert Recipe Traders.
  • Town Services: e.g. Vault, Wardrobe, Shared Storage.
  • Mailbox

How Does Crafting Guild Reputation Work?

Your chosen guild is both an exclusive crafting club and a reputation faction. But you don’t gain rep by completing quests or turning in gross items as tasks.

Instead you have to craft reputation items. These are

  1. Usable: right-clicking and consuming them grants reputation. This is the same as other rep items elsewhere in the game.
  2. Ingredients: when you want to craft guild gear, these “items” are also a required component, or an ingredient for those guild recipes.

If you are levelling your character and gear at the same time as the guild, this causes a tension. You have to choose whether to use the items for gear or reputation.

What are the Guild Items?

Each guild has its own, and these are:

  • Cooks: Repasts
  • Jewellers: Symbols
  • Metalsmiths: Crests
  • Scholars: Scrolls
  • Tailors: Patterns
  • Weaponsmiths: Emblems
  • Woodworkers: Carvings

Example Guild Item

Example Guild Item: Small Expert Pattern (Tailor's Guild item)

Recipe Cooldowns

Unlike most other crafting recipes, you cannot simply churn out guild items. Instead they have cooldowns.

Guild Item Crafting Recipe shows its cooldown information.

How long those are depends on the tier of crafting and the size (or quality) of the item.

The total cooldown and the cooldown remaining are both shown in the crafting panel. This can be reset using Mithril Coin Mithril Coins if you’re impatient or need to front load your crafting.

I’ll discuss managing cooldowns a bit later

Why Increase Crafting Guild Reputation?

If you’ve joined one, I would think you want to get something out of it, too. Thankfully, you do!

  • Higher reputation unlocks more powerful recipes higher-quality rep items.
  • More recipes means more improvements to your own gear or provisions.
  • And the more recipes you know, the greater chance you have of finding valuable items to sell to other players.
  • Oh, and because leaving items undone is annoying to us completionists!

Tracking Your Reputation

The LOTRO Reputations panel filtered to show my current reputation rank with a crating guild - in this case the Tailor's guild.

You can track you progress, through the in-game reputations panel (Character Sheet → Reputation).

Alternatively, plugins like TitanBar let you track rep factions so you can just hover over the bar and see your progress.

How Can I Level My Crafting Guild Quicker?

While I don’t see the point in rushing anything in The Lord of the Rings Online, I can appreciate people wanting a more…efficient approach to some of its aspects.

Craft Items from All Tiers

Whichever tier of crafting you are at, craft all reputation items for that tier and those below it. There are no reputation items for your guild below Expert level, though.

Filter your crafting log by the guild item to find all recipes you’ve unlocked. This may not help Scholars who have the decidedly non-unique name of “Scroll”!

Have you definitely purchased all rep item recipes up to your current tier? If not, you could be missing out on rep.

Reputation Acceleration

The crafting guilds are a more complicated version of the LOTRO reputation factions you’re already familiar with. Use Large Reputation Acceleration Tome Large or Small Reputation Acceleration Tome Small Reputation Acceleration Tomes before consuming your crafted guild rep items.

You can get Large Reputation Acceleration Tome large ones from various placesExternal Link (Opens in New Window/Tab) including certain expansions and directly from the LOTRO Store.

For details on where you can get Small Reputation Acceleration Tome Small tomes, see the WikiExternal Link (Opens in New Window/Tab).

The Reminders Plugin Window has tabs/character.

Use a physical diary, or your phone’s calendar, or a LOTRO addon such as Reminders. Set the days/times the recipes cooldown by. Then craft them on those days.

Note: Some have part-days in their cooldowns, such as “18 hours”. You may need to note down the time to make sure you login at that time or after it.

Top Up Crafting Materials

As soon as you craft a reputation item, check whether you have enough materials to make the next one. If not, go and gather, acquire, buy or beg for them. That way you will have what you need once the recipe is off cooldown.

Tokens of Esteem

Crafting Guild Tokens of Esteem are LOTRO-store only but each grants Reputation 20,000 reputation to your guild.

You can buy these:

  • Individually: LOTRO Points 295
  • Pack of 5: LOTRO Points 995 ( LOTRO Points 199 each)

Warning: the individual option lets you decide how many to buy up to a maximum of 5. At the LOTRO Points 295LP/each cost you’re at 885LP total. You may as well get the 995LP stack of 5 once you get that high.

Guild Crafting Quick-start Guide

So how do we actually do guild crafting then? By that I mean, actual gear or consumables. The short process description is:

  1. Get the Recipe.
  2. Check which guild items are needed.
  3. Gather the materials needed.
  4. Craft your guild items.
  5. Craft the guild recipe.

1. Get the Recipes

Firstly, make sure you have the reputation item recipes from the relevant trader. For the Tailor’s Guild this is the “Pattern Trader”.

Then, head to the Improved Recipes Trader for your actual crafting recipes. What is available will depend on your reputation standing.

2. Check Which Guild Items Are Needed

The number and type of guild items required are listed alongside the other crafting materials.

You will need to make sure you have sufficient materials for both the reputation item(s) and the final product.

3. Gather Materials Needed

LOTRO Human - Prospector

Of course, “gather” could mean “acquire” as there are various ways to obtain the relevant materials.

Before you go and gather, or spend gold or silver, do make sure you do not already have those materials. LOTRO’s API does not let plugins read the contents of carry-alls. So you may need to check your other character’s bags, or other storage.

4. Craft Guild Items

One of my High Elves doing Scholar Crafting.

It’s finally time! Begin first with your guild reputation items. Most professions will need to find their relevant crafting facilities. Scholars can make these without a Study.

5. Craft Final Product

Once you have made the reputation-item “ingredients”, resist the urge to consume them to increase your rep! Make sure you have all the other ingredients and craft the intended final product.

What Is the Guild Item Trader?

In your Guild-hall is an “Exchange” NPC. It has different names depending on the guild you’re in. So for Tailors, the exchange NPC is a Tailor’s Guild Pattern Trader.

These NPCs take a number of items from you in return for one of a different type. This is useful for making stuff where the reputation item is also an ingredient. If you have the materials to craft smaller ones but not larger ones, then the exchange NPC can help out.

  • e.g. Trade 7×Small Expert Pattern for 1×Medium Expert Pattern.

Think Before You Trade!

Do not use this if you intend to consume the item for repuation gain. That is because you will lose reputation value! In the example above, the total rep for the small patterns is 2,100 – but the gain of one medium pattern is only 900!

Why Can’t I Buy Guild Recipes?

You start your life with the guild as an Initiate. The parting comment from the Improved Recipes trader is “Come back when you’ve reached acquaintance standing”. Or “Apprentice”.

The first step is to reach the next level, which requires 10,000 reputation points. Your first 300 comes with the Small Expert item from your introductory quest. The remaining 9,700 points you must craft for.

This will be quicker if you are a higher-level crafter already. But if you’re only an Expert crafter then it’ll just take a bit of time.

See How Can I Level my Crafting Guild Quicker? ↑

Example Guild Crafted Cosmetics

I have tried to pick out from my guilded crafters cosmetic appearances I cannot find anywhere else. That’s not to say they are 100% unique as I have not done 100% of the content in LOTRO!

But it should give you a flavour of what can be made. Sadly I don’t yet have a guild weaponsmith, which I feel is something I should fix!

Remember: these are gear for combat in LOTRO, not “pure cosmetics”. But with Wardrobe access you can bless all your characters with new looks.

Tailor Cosmetics

Finding the unique cloaks was kind of tricky here! Some I thought were unique had their appearance in cloaks with totally different names. The Wiki can be helpful in finding similar appearances, but even they can’t be expected to cross reference precisely everything!

I’m sure when guilds were first introduced years ago, some of the cosmetics were good for their time. But that’s why I can’t get behind Tailor’s Guild cosmetics much before Eastemnet. The real gems are in the cloaks, it seems.

Metalsmith Cosmetics

Apparently I liked most things with the ‘Éomer’ brand! I did check lower tiers, but most armour and shields had either exact matches or items that were almost the same.

The Éomer armour contains some items I still use in outfits now, even though I’m Level 123. So it is always worth checking out what’s available to craft in your guild. When making LOTRO outfits, the more options, the better!

Woodworker Cosmetics

For spears, staves and some bows, I found it easier to discover new cosmetic appearances for Woodworker.

Should I Join a Crafting Guild?

Reasons to Say Yes

  • Guild recipes often contain the most powerful craftable gear in that tier.
  • There are some unique gear/weapon appearances.
  • Guild gear in one tier will last you well into the next tier of crafting. This saves replacing your gear too often while levelling.
  • Scholars can craft dyes you otherwise have to buy from other players (e.g. Black Dye)
  • Gathering is a change of pace, allowing you to rest from normal questing and/or levelling.
  • You can really help other players with their gear.
  • Food, potions and dyes can be sold via the Auction House or traded with other players directly.
  • You can acquire rare crafting components from Skirmish Camps, so you don’t need to go digging or chopping for them.

Reasons to Say No

  • By modern standards in LOTRO’s design, many of the earlier guild tiers do not have great cosmetics. This only improves by Westemnet Master level.
  • Do you “power level”? Then you may find you outlevel the armour and jewellers guild recipes really quickly. This makes the cost/benefit possibly not worth while.
  • Guild recipes may include other rarer components, not just your guild’s item. These either cost in time gathering, in Marks Marks or in coins from other players.
  • Keeping track of cooldowns is difficult. Unless you play at the same time every day, it is easy to forget when a recipe is ready to craft again. Though, see the Reminders plugin to help you.
  • You need to acquire, or hold a lot of crafting materials at one time. As you cannot “jump” guild levels, this means going back to earlier regions to gather them. I don’t mind this as I find it relaxing, but that may not be your ideal way to spend a LOTRO session. It’s down to preference. But you will need to consider a Crafting Carry-all or other LOTRO Storage options to keep tose materials handy.

Crafting Guild Tips

  1. Plan ahead for a “crafting day”:
    If you want to make gear or advance your reputation with the guild, then knowing your cooldowns matters. If you don’t need to craft armour yet, then note your cooldowns anyway. That way, you can create and use your “guild items” to increase your reputation.
  2. Make notes or set reminders for when your can craft your guild items.
  3. Verify, Verify:
    Before using precious crafting materials, double-check which tier item and which size it is.
  4. Get All The Recipes:
    Always check you have all the reputation item recipes. And, if your memory is as bad as mine, grab all the unlocked “Improved Recipes” too. Do this whether you immediately need them or not!
  5. Make Transport Easy
    Keep a milestone at, or near, your Crafting Guild’s HQ. Hunters, Wardens and Mariners get off lightly as you folk have instant-teleports. Some “Return to” skills can be earned or purchased from the LOTRO Store.
  6. Gather lots of crafting materials:
    If you’re late to the crafting guild party, then you may need to stock up on materials from the expert tier of crafting: Sturdy Hides, Rich Iron, Gold and (what’s the item for scholars?).
  7. Go High, Go Fast:
    If you have unlocked a tier higher than expert, then use your highest craftable guild item to speed up levelling your reputation.
  8. Help Others
    Patterns are character-bound on creation. However, the final items are Bind on Equip. This allows you to craft great items for others, or your other characters.

Guild-hall Spotlight: Scholar’s Guild

If you think about, crafting involves taking raw materials and making something useful and/or beautiful from them. It requires time and concentration. So, having plenty of light to see what you’re doing makes sense, doesn’t it?

Yet Guild-halls are among the darkest rooms in LOTRO! The ones at Esteldín are particularly bad.

The Scholar’s Guild Hall

So for my Guild-hall Spotlight, I have chosen the Scholar’s Guild in the Last Homely House. It is well-lit, beautiful and has an Elf, two Dwarves, two Women and one Hobbit as NPCs – showing it’s open to folk of all races. Even if you’re a wild yet studious Beorning! Though, sadly, there’s no Beorning NPC in here.

I have somewhat of an affinity with the Elves, especially through Glinmaethor’s eyes. But I don’t think you need to be biased to see how pretty it is in here!

TL;DR Get Stuck into a LOTRO Crafting Guild ASAP

Crafting Guilds in LOTRO are a great way to vary your crafting experience, and to produce strong, longer-lasting armour and weapons. With an eye on the markets, you may even find some items you can sell because only people in that guild can make them.

The journey to guild mastery can be long, so start as early as possible. And keep a carry-all or two handy. They hold huge stacks of crafting materials, so you can collect loads from all tiers to aid your guild promotion.

So join a crafting guild – you can gear yourself better and less frequently, find valuable items to trade and even discover some unique cosmetics for your next heroic outfit creation. Have fun in Middle-Earth, folks!

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Fibro Jedi
Fibro Jedi

I have been playing MMOs for about ten years and began writing guides to The Lord of the Rings Online in 2017. I've only been creating content about Final Fantasy XIV since 2022, but I am glad for the mix. My current games include LOTRO, FFXIV and the occasional Palia session too.

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