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Fibro Jedi – Short Bio
As I used to say a great deal, I’m a husband to one and a father to one. I also struggle with a chronic pain condition called Fibromyalgia. Due to this and various other mental health conditions, I run this gaming and MMO blog on fibrojedi.me.uk as a way to support my family.
My main aim with this site is to provide useful guides to MMOs. Nowadays that means LOTRO (The Lord of the Rings Online) and FFXIV (Final Fantasy XIV).
I’ve been playing MMOs since about 2014, but only writing about them since 2015, which was original about Star Wars: The Old Republic..
Eventually I moved into writing about LOTRO and settled in better as part of the community there. I’ve been gaming and writing about them since 2017 and will continue to do so.
In 2022, after playing FFXIV for a while, I finally caved and became a content creator of written guides to their events, along with other aspects.
My main topics covered here are:
- LOTRO Festivals and Events
- FFXIV Seasonal Events
- LOTRO Cosmetics, Mounts and Pets
- FFXIV Hunting Log Guides
- General LOTRO and FFXIV Guides
Because spam/scams are such an issue, I don’t write my email address on this site. Please contact me via one of the social platforms below and, if necessary, then I can forward my email contact information.
All but one or two posts here are written by myself. Browse recent posts by category:
- PC Gaming – MMORPGs (LOTRO/FFXIV/Palia).
- World Building and Writing Fantasy Stories | WorldAnvil.
- Drawing (Traditional Media, but slowly learning digital painting).
- Occasional Woodworking (actual, not just in a game!).
To find out more about me, see You Behind the Illness.
Connect and Support
If you made it this far, thank you! My communities in both games mean a great deal to me, but it’s because I want to join up gaming to being able to support my family that I can keep going.
Please do connect with me via Social Media (see here). And if you feel you can do a bit more, then please do consider supporting us: