As I am developing my own LOTRO Mounts database, what better way to start than to focus initially on those available through Festivals and other events? So my aim through 2022 is to ensure I have all of them properly set up, starting here with the LOTRO Spring Festival Mounts. Each steed has a description, key information and a page you can click/tap through to learn more. And I’ve organised them all neatly into the types of currency you need to acquire each one.As I’ve still very much building this system, if you think of a feature that you and others would find helpful, feel free to chat to me on Social Media about it.You’re welcome, enjoy!
Description An ash-grey horse/pony with a black mane and tail. Its back is decorated with an earthy kind of green pattern that is edged in silver. A similar pattern of material can be seen around the base of its neck.
Description The normal LOTRO Mount matches the Spring Lissuin War-Steed Cosmetics (which you can still get without MC). Both main pieces are like swaying, leafy shapes, which gives this horse/pony a distinctive feeling.
Description Well before I ever played LOTRO, this horse’s adornments are strikingly different to others I have earned since I started. Instead of one big caparison, the Simbelmynë Steed has triangles of materials held together by metal rings! Check it out!
Description A paint-horse in mid-brown and white and draped with a silvery-white caparison, which is edged in gold and pale green. Winding golden patterns are featured at the bottom of the caparison, adding a touch of class.
There are enough horses, goats and elks here for one a year that LOTRO has been alive and that’s taking into account there were no new Spring Festival mounts in 2022! The number of these that will be available for Spring Leaves will increase over the years now that SSG has stopped moving older mounts to Mithril Coins only. Hopefully you found one or 10 mounts above to add to your collection!