Talk:Ancient Ruins of the Limlight
1- This was created using the "Create Deed" mechanism. I note that it does not have a "Deed" prefix -- should it have one?
2- I guess this is a "hidden deed" -- you click on a ruin and it starts the deed.
- 1- Deeds don't currently have their own namespace, so the page name is fine the way it is.
- 2- What I think of as hidden deeds are the ones that don't appear in the deed log until they are complete, like Juggler for instance. If this one appears when you find the first ruin, I wouldn't consider it hidden: it would be more like Mysterious Relics.
- Thanks for starting to fill out the information. I look forward to exploring these places! -- Elinnea (talk) 10:34, 7 March 2012 (EST)
Hmm... Mysterious Relics has no category at all. Very strange/interesting. -- Looking at the History, it was supposedly created with "Create Deed" function, but the layout has zero "deed template" entries.
- WOW -- new iPad 2048x1536 resolution!!! (my 27inch iMac is 2560x1440) but on a much smaller dimension -- talk about image sharpness.
- Sorry doing two things at once! :) Now if we could only get LOTRO up on the iPad....
Ok... so what are "regional deeds?" -- I thought I understood from the boilerplate and that these two belonged there, but they turn out to be the only two. I.e. One assumes that there should be a new Category:Great River Deeds? -- or multiple -- "Category Limlight Gorge Deeds" and others for the other areas within the Great River Region? If we use the "map" as a guide, then it is "Great River Deeds."
-- and hunting about, I find In Their Absence Deeds, and In Your Presence under Category:Meta Deeds And then another version of In Their Absence undert the top level Category:Deeds And those pages don't link to the appropriate Category:Instance Deeds pages.
I believe In Their Absence is really a quest, with all of the listed sub-quests. At any rate, I have consolidated information from In Their Absence to Category:In Their Absence Quests and taken In Their Absence out of Category:Deeds
- Lots of questions, but what do they read in the in-game deed journal? Regional? Race/Class/Social? Etc...
- Assume a regional Deed, then next is Slayer, Explorer, Reputation (even some that don't give rep points but they give titles), Lore, and maybe more. Does this help? --Zimoon (talk) 17:30, 7 March 2012 (EST)