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Hello everyone. I'm Kyle, LOTRO name is Bossjim, I go by Cluboris in other games, a buddy of mine gave me that nickname a while ago and I still use it for gaming since it's usually not taken. Bossjim is another deal which is kind of a tribute to an old band I listen to, I needed a nick and their CD was laying on the computer desk. Anyway, I'm 45, married, 2 kids, a boy, 10, and a girl, 9. Oh, and a dog, can't forget the dog. She's a lab mix, a rescue we got 3 years ago. I'm East Coast, teach history for a living. I have been playing video games forever, but my game time is kind of limited lately due to job/wife/kids. I try to get on as much as I can but it's harder lately. I saw the recruitment post on the LOTRO forums, and here I am. I enjoy lots of different games, but lately I have been into grindy stuff with lots of rewards, World of Tanks, lots of Warframe recently...games that can be played for short bursts and it doesn't feel like you missed out if you can't play for a few days. As far as LOTRO is concerned, I had the game way back in 2007, but WoW was my main game back then and I had too much time invested in that world to start something new. Lately I have been jonesing for a fantasy MMO and came back to LOTRO. I thought about ESO or WoW again, but the level scaling really turns me off. I've been kinda playing LOTRO as a solo game, just hit level 20, finally have a horse, so I am excited to play and thought maybe I can link up with some people and try to hit some instances like the good old days, or just run around and level as a group. I'd love an invite and to hit up a couple of Saturday night sessions and see if it's a good fit. Thanks for reading.
Hello SoH, Name's Jordan in RL, or Rojdan (or Roj, like "Rahj", for short). I started LOTRO back in June and am thoroughly digging it. Taking it pretty easy and slow, enjoying the journey. But, I have not yet found a path to really integrate into an in-game community or group. The solo play is a lot of fun, but being able to group quest and hang out explore together in middle-earth just sounds really great. I saw Simone's post on the lotro subreddit, and after reading through the code and "dirty words" I'm curious to hear more about SoH and it's Nomads/lotro group! Sounds like it could be a great time, and a good fit for me. I am really enjoying the game, but always worry that I can't commit the kind of time that many guilds/kinships would expect; that doesn't seem to be an issue here. Some other RL notes: I'm 27 and married, and we have a couple of pretty cool small humans. I am fated to be an eternal student, and am working on my PhD in the molecular life sciences, just starting my thesis work. Science! Really, it's a blast. But yeah, b/t family and work/school, time for gaming usually comes at night (9-midnight CST, though certainly not every night), and on weekends (still mostly at night). Anyways, feel free to ask me what you'd like, and I hope to start playing with you all soon!