Update 17.0 Hotfix 2 - November 18, 2015

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Update 17.0 Hotfix 2 – Official Release Notes

Update 17 Hotfix 2 Release Notes

  • We have made additional updates to Minas Tirith and the Pelennor Fields to improve performance.
  • Tier 2 non-challenge Osgiliath instance quests no longer drop Morgul Crests. Morgul Crest rewards will return to level 100 Tier 2 non-challenge Osgiliath instances in a future update.
  • The button that allows you to hide weapons when not in combat now functions for shields as well.
  • Enemies chance to resist damage-over-time pulses is now affected by the attacker's finesse.
  • Cisterns door on the Fourth Tier can now be used.
  • Dol Amroth floor tiles now have a pristine appearance again.
  • Warriors in Scouting the North-gate will stand in plain sight.
  • Fixed an issue where if you are incapacitated during the Banquet and the Breach, enemies behave oddly on your return.
  • Enabled teleport to npc for many more of the objectives in both the Children of Minas Tirith and Forlong's Feast quest arcs.
  • Duneth in The First Blade will speak to you when you complete the instance.
  • Thieves in the Opportunists quest will return to their proper places.
  • The Jal Vârsha NPCs will now always advance your quest when you speak to them.
  • Ravaging Wargs will now count for 'Book 4, Chapter 5: Beyond the Rammas'
  • Arador now writes the resolutions in 'The Council of Gondor' twice as fast as he used to. Less time waiting!
  • Quest text that refers to the Model of Minas Tirith no longer describes it as being on a table.
  • Floating posters are now properly attached to walls.
  • Fixed some bad text characters in passing lines from the children in front of the Old Guesthouse in Minas Tirith.
  • Retreating from Beseiged Minas Tirith or using Desperate Flight from the Wheel and Cask Tavern will no longer take you to Bree.
  • You will no longer see large fires in the distance when you wander through Minas Tirith.

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