During 2021 it was decided to stop adding more to the Mithril Mounts, making them available for normal Festival Tokens instead. But most events have a shedload (or stable-load) of horses, ponies and goats you can only now acquire for 70MC.
I believe all MC mounts are here and, over time, more will have their own “product” pages too. Hopefully it will still help you if you’re wondering whether to use your Mithril Coins to purchase a past Festival horse, elk or goat!
A Simple Guide
Nothing fancy here! Just click/tap the tab for the event you’re interested in. You will then see the past mounts I have currently got screenshots for from various events in the LOTRO Events Schedule.
- Each of them can be viewed larger by clicking/tapping it. Enjoy!
- They are listed in Alphabetical Order, not by reverse year. This should make them easier to find.
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Mithril Coins Steeds / Past Festival Mounts
Past Spring Festival Steeds
LOTRO’s Spring Festival puts the cold weather aside and embraces nature coming alive once more. From leaves and flowers, to even other creatures of nature, these past Spring Fest mounts are still beautiful.
Past Anniversary Steeds
The LOTRO Anniversary Event is always a biggie each year. Players get rewards based on how long they’ve been playing as well as the usual array of mounts and cosmetic rewards. Here are the past Anniversary Steeds available for Mithril Coins during the Event.
In 2020, the Summer Festival was merged to create one, epic LOTRO Farmers Faire event. Below are past Faire Steeds that are now only available for Mithril Coins. Previous Summer Festival steeds are marked in green.
Past Fall Festival Steeds
Ready for a full-featured festival? Fall Festival is that one! From the Haunted Burrow, to Wistmead, Fall Fest combines Autumn, Halloween and Harvest into one event. And their steeds reflect that combination of themes.
See my Fall Festival and Wistmead Quests Guides.
Past Yule Festival Steeds
Celebrate Holiday Season with LOTRO’s Yule Festival! With quests around Winter-home, a Seasonal Instance and finding sweets for children around Middle-Earth, there’s much to enjoy. And LOTRO have always produced fab Yule mounts for this last major festival of the year.
Note: This list will not grow any more. Past steeds from 2019 onwards are available for Yule Festival tokens!
Glittering Yule Steed
Herald of the Northern Star
Steed of Winter’s Light
How to Get Mithril Coins
Mithril Coins (or MC as they’re informally called) is done through the LOTRO Store by converting LOTRO Points.
For more information on getting hold of Mithril Coins, see the excellent guide on LOTRO Wiki.
How Much Does 70 Mithril Coins Cost?
I’ve estimated a GBP real-money cost of £5.56 below, but you’ll have to spend more than that.
While the number of LOTRO Points in a package changes depending on sales and Mithril Coins can sometimes be on sale, I’ll try to explain this!
- Presuming you choose the 850 for 100, then 70MC = 595LP, but you’ll have to buy the 100MC package to do it this way.
- Assuming you start from a zero balance, you will need 2 × 600 LP packages (with 150 Bonus). This costs £9.98 and grants you a total of 1,500 Points
- £9.98 / 1500 × 850 = £5.66
Finding Other Mounts
More Features Coming
In the future, I also intend to add features to this to make mounts more findable based on different aspects. If you would like to contribute to this tool, or have ideas for its development, please get in touch. Anything you add to it will be credited to you. Take care!