In their Absence
I'm not sure if it's part of the epic quest line (probally not), but according to Lorebook (the official LOTRO wiki) it's part of [=str3&increases_decreases=1&x=79&y=16 Volume III: Allies of the King]. Which is the reason I added it.
I've been adding quests that are only labled as being "epic" in the in-game quest tracker. Many of them are done by region. The In Their Absence quest line is a little unique. --Pinkkeith 16:55, 15 April 2011 (UTC)
- Im an LOTRO player aswell, however I'm still in the Lone Lands (I'm playing it quite slowly). And, while comparing it with the epic quests I've done so far, it looks quite much like all other epic books (actually, even more than the introduction. With in fact isn't labled as "epic" either). --Amroth 17:03, 15 April 2011 (UTC)
- The introduction is unique as well. Prior the free-to-play the introduction quest line was part of the epic book. The introduction quests were completly redone and then given its own quest line outside of the epic books. I also think everything that I written up on the introduction line is now incorrect as it currently is in the game. We may want to think about deleting the introduction altogether.
- There are some great stories found in many of the quests in LOTRO. Yet, I think it would flood the Tolkien Gateway with too many portrayals of the books. I also wanted to just include non-canon NPCs that only show in the epic quest line as well. --Pinkkeith 17:48, 15 April 2011 (UTC)
- I'm, personally, against deleting the introduction articles. While, maybe not anymore officially labled as "epic", they're still part of the total story of LOTRO. There should however be a big revamp. --Amroth 18:56, 15 April 2011 (UTC)