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Submitted on: Jul 20, 2017 at 04:09 AM
Race and Class
Dwarf Rune-keeper
What is the level of your character?


How long have you been playing Lord of the Rings: Online?

Several years

Are you a F2P-player or a VIP-player? (optional)


Have you been roleplaying for a long time or is this a whole new experience for you?

Long time

Please post the link to your character's Laurelin Archives profile (if applicable)


How would you describe your knowledge about Lord of the Rings and Dwarrow in specific?

I was in this kinship prior under a different dwarf by the name of Bridrim, but left due to real life. Now I have enough time to come back, but I've become rusty in my knowledge concerning Dwarrow. I would like to think I have basic knowledge, however.

How did you get in contact with our Kinship?

Browsing the Laurelin Archive's Kinship page.

Do you know any of the Durin's Folk members or have you been in contact with anyone?

I knew several but it has been a while since I've been in contact with any of them and I left a couple years ago.

Why do you wish to join a dwarf-only kinship, as opposed to a mix or other race-oriented kinship?

You get a sense of family when you're with a race-only kinship whereas mixed seems too jumbled. Durin's Folk seems like the right kinship for my Runekeeper also.

What are you looking for in a kinship and what are your expectations of Durin's Folk?

Hopefully for the kinship to not go dormant and die. Mutual respect from everyone and maturity, but overall just having a fun time in Tolkien's universe that has been imagined into MMO format :)

What kind of activity level are you likely going to have within Durin's Folk?

I would like to take part of as much as possible, I want to learn as much as possible about role play, I want to learn as much as possible about Dwarrow and their Lore and Culture

Which of Durin's Folks Pillars would you like to join? (select one of the Pillars)

I would like to join the Pillar of Lore

And finally: tell us a good joke

A man takes his Rottweiller to the vet. 'My dog is cross-eyed, is there anything you can do for him?' 'Well,' said the vet, 'let's have a look at him'. So he picks the dog up and examines his eyes, then he checks his teeth. Finally, he says, 'I'm going to have to put him down.' 'What? Because he's cross-eyed?' 'No, because he's really heavy'.



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