Sunday, 25 October 2015

Hannihr in the Elder Scrolls Online!

Hello my wonderful readers!

Thank you for bearing with me these past 2 and a half months, and not abandoning ship! I have been rather afk (watch the video below to find out why).

I have decided to create a series of ESO entirely from the beginning. I have played this game for less than a day, and want to introduce you guys to a pretty awesome MMORPG. In the below video, I introduce you to the ESO version of Hannihr, and explore the starter area. Pretty basic for now, but in the next video I am bringing back the good ol' green screen! PS: I am putting easter eggs in each of my videos. Watch til the end!

Thank you to all who have watched and appreciated my videos. I cannot thank you enough. Remember to comment on the videos to make suggestions for the next ones!

Saturday, 5 September 2015

Real Life News!

These past few weeks I have been snowed under in the real life server. With little time for LOTRO, I have been focusing on starting my new career in Car Insurance (I absolutely love it!), got a new puppy (called Bailie: a Spaniel Beagle Cross), and set up my website for my graphic and web design business! I am now working with a fellow LOTRO player in this business.

You can come see what we're doing here.

If you are interesting in having a website, or would like some graphic design work done, drop us an email at :) All Evernight server LOTRO players get a 50% discount, as you guys are my favourite online community. Woohoo!

Tuesday, 25 August 2015

200 Subscribers! Thank you, all!

Arise! Arise! Subscribers of Hannihr! We have reached a new milestone of 200 subs!

I shall be posting a new video soon thanking you all for your ongoing support and suggestions on how to improve my channel. I never thought I would see more than 10 people subscribe, let alone the number we have today!

This is because being on YouTube came about by accident - I had started playing World of Warcraft with my house mate at University. I wanted to document my first instance of "Stonecore" - when I had reached L84. I thought "hey, why not upload this to YouTube to I can get some memory back on my PC?" and so, my channel was born.

This is my first ever YouTube video (I cannot apologise enough for the awful music, hey, it's a learning curve. Right?) :

Since that video, I have been focused almost entirely on LOTRO. I made videos on my old Inspiron laptop from Dell. A laptop designed for word processing... and that's about it. It, amazingly, took me through 4 years of low resolution LOTRO, WoW and SWTOR playing, followed by the odd video editing.

Here's my first ever LOTRO vid. Yes, it's short and very basic... but it was my first stepping stone to things to come!

I decided to use my "powers" for good, and made my first "How to... on LOTRO" video. This was a huge learning curve for me. I realised, after uploading, that the voice was too loud and the content rather dull. However, I was very pleased that I made it simple enough to understand and quick to the point.

After a few instance videos (GB runs, for example) and an introduction to each video, I decided on creating a beautiful, artistic piece that gave viewers more than the "this is how you do this" video genre. I was making art, and have been enjoying so ever since

I loved that video. It was, again, very simplistic but stretched my horizons for what I could do. It was low resolution, but showed much potential for what was to come. I started to branch out after this video, and thought about other topics. I went beyond and created a series on gaming addiction. The two videos looked in psychological theories as to how addiction begins, and how to get out of it.

After getting my gaming PC in December 2014, I made my first ever high resolution video with decent graphics and a bit of silliness.

I ended up buying a HD webcam, and made my first video that featured me AND gaming. This was a major milestone for me, and got great feedback. Thank you subs for encouraging me :)

With HD features, I made a video purely for its aesthetics. I wanted beautiful music, coupled with beautiful imagery.

I bought a Green Screen which allowed me to make my future videos smoother when combining myself and my gameplay, which also was welcomed fantastically. It still needs some improvement, but for now it will do :)

I then made a completely unedited, one-take video. It was just after it was announced which LOTRO servers would be closing. This video hit (at the last count) just under 2,000 views. My most popular video to date - it taught me that acknowledging current events. It felt raw, having no humour, editing or gameplay. It was just me and the camera.

My most recent videos have kept an eye on recent events on LOTRO. We have the Dwarrowdelf server closing video, which had fantastic reception, and the Evernight "welcoming new players" event. Both were a joy to record and edit, and I am so glad as many people turned up as they did.

To my subscribers, I thank you for each comment, message and "like" that has helped me progress. I do this for you all, and cannot show my gratitude enough. Keep your eyes peeled. Here's to the next 200!

Saturday, 15 August 2015

An Interview with... Myself!

Hey there Hannihr, thanks for meeting with me today to talk about yourself!
Cheers... you know this is going to look weird, right? Just me, talking to myself about... myself...

Oh shh you! I am sure the thousands of readers who hit this Newspaper are very interested in what you have to say!
Unlikely. All I ever talk about is LOTRO, YouTube and this little blog here.

Don't be such a cave troll! Now then, let's get this interview started. Firstly, how did you get into Lord of the Rings Online?
Exactly! Always with LOTRO. Well, it started back in early 2012. My partner had moved to start her first year of University and she ended up befriending her course mates who played this game. After a while, she rolled a character and invited me to roll one too, and thus Hannihr was created. We played together as a fellowship of four.

I really got into the game, and made a kinship. I levelled pretty quickly (the first and only time I have ever levelled quickly!) and became a full time player. Our kinship grew and with that the more I had a reason to log in every day.

So what have you been doing in real life for the past 5 years while on LOTRO?
Well I was just finishing high school when I started playing the game, then three years after that I was doing my Psychology degree. Now I have graduated, I took up a career in law and have (within the past 2 months) set up my own graphic design business. Not to mention my YouTube... okay, I will try and cut down the YouTube advertisements...

I guess on a day-to-day basis I spend an obsessive amount of time learning new skills. For years at school I was awful at learning music and foreign languages, but excelled in English language, literature, and art. Now I am taking the time to learn French and Mandarin, as well as the Saxophone and electric guitar. I absolutely love learning. Keeps me busy!

Hey, that's a lot! 
I guess, but I'm just compensating for my years of slacking in the French classroom. "Où est le bibliotecque?" was my most accomplished sentence for about 5 years of study.

What is a bibliotecque?
No idea.

Right! Now then, what are your major life and LOTRO goals?
That's one Balrog of a question. Um... My major life goals would have to be to be accomplished as much as I can. I want to play a thousand instruments, speak every language and lift 300kg above my head. Okay, so that will never happen, but I really want to see where my limits are. I then want to travel the world and see what's been going on. I need a holiday.

In LOTRO my goals are pretty short and sweet: explore and have fun. I meet new players every day and love getting to know them. It's one of the major reasons I wanted to be an admin of the Evernight Facebook group and started this newspaper in the first place. I speak to about 50+ players when I'm logged in and I absolutely love it.

50+ players! That's quite a lot, how do you manage to keep track of everyone?
You just had to ask that, didn't you? Well, I guess I now have to admit one of my biggest LOTRO secrets: I have one of the worst memories of anyone I know, and therefore have to record each conversation "worth remembering" or I forget who everyone is and what they had spoken to me about before. It can be mundane (we spoke about a raid) or more meaningful (our philosophical world views).

The thing is, everyone has alts and the friends list is finite. I cannot keep track of everyone, so I thank my PC for being able to keep it all for me.

Bless your pixellated cotton socks, Hannihr. I wonder if you could answer this one for me: why do you stay on LOTRO? There are millions of other games and many other platforms to choose. Why LOTRO?
Simple, really. It's my first MMORPG and it was the game that kept my partner and myself in contact with each other when we were apart. I've fallen in love with the game and subsequently Tolkien's work. It is a beautiful place and I wouldn't trade it for the (real) world.

Shut up you.

Wednesday, 12 August 2015

It just had to be done!

Player Highlight: Raebidus

Every now and then I take a moment to think about the many players who make this wonderful game wonderful. We have one of the best communities within any MMORPG. Even better, we have players who inspire us to better ourselves on our very own server.

This post is dedicated to Raebidus. An Evernight veteran and kin leader of Evernight's Legends. Raebidus is also the owner of Raebidus' Roving Thoughts which addresses all sorts of ideas for Lord of the Rings Online. Click on the link to take a look!

Monday, 10 August 2015

The Evernight Facebook Group reaches 1,000 members!

Created by one of our admins, Gastón Nogueira, this banner now proudly stands at the header of the group page. Only last month we were at 900 members. Due to the servers closing and many players transferring to Evernight, we are now officially the largest LOTRO server facebook group! I remember just last year when we had fewer than 300 members. We have grown tremendously over the past year to see a lively group filled with adventurous, creative and wonderful players!

But it hasn't always been rainbows in the Shire and a warm Gondforian summer breeze. The Evernight Facebook Group has seen trolls try and enter the group... from selling fake Raybans to littering the group with "adult content". Thankfully, we were able to deal with it quickly and efficiently. Although we did have to apply restrictions to the group. For just over a month, no one could post anything without permission from an admin.

Thankfully, that seemed to deter the trolls and eventually we changed it to the old way of "anyone can join, anyone can post" and it has worked wonderfully ever since!

So, on behalf of the admins I say thank you to everyone who has joined our group and made it what it is today /bow.

Farewell Dwarrowdelf: A Video Dedication

On 9th August 2015 at 9pm (+00GMT) the Dwarrowdelf server came together to say their last goodbyes. As Dwarrowdelf is named after the Dwarven city Moria, it was decided we'd meet at Thorin's Gate, so all players could gather together for a screenshot while honouring the Dwarven roots.

Afterwards, we travelled across Ered Luin and the Shire to the Green Dragon, where we had a party.

Even though my main characters are on Evernight, I thought it would be a good idea to record events for closing servers if a video has not been arranged. We had well over 150 people turn up for the event, which is fantastic.

To stay in touch with Dwarrowdelf members on other servers that are staying open, type: /joinchannel Dwarrowdelf to communicate with your old server buddies.

Wednesday, 5 August 2015

Welcoming Evernight Transfers Competition!

This week we are welcoming thousands of new players to Evernight due to the 19 servers shutting down. As the only English speaking non-role play server, there will be an abundance of transfer players looking for a home. So, what better way to welcome them than to hold a competition for them in their honour!

The Competition

To enter, you have to be originally from a server now shutting down and transferred over to Evernight. Players who are already on Evernight who have not transferred here cannot enter.

So, let's get down to business...

Evernight is named after a dark, shadow-filled region in the Great Sea that appears in one of Bilbo's songs called "Song of Eärendil":

Through Evernight he back was borne
on black and roaring waves that ran
o'er leagues unlit and foundered shores
that drowned before the Days began,
until he heard on strands of pearl
where ends the world the music long,
where ever-foaming billows roll
the yellow gold and jewels wan.

The competition is simple: take a screenshot of your newly transferred character next to Bilbo Baggins doing a /kneel emote towards him, then upload the screenshot to the thread on the Evernight Facebook Group.

Bilbo Baggins can be found in the Last Homely House in Rivendell.
The winner will:

- Have their character interviewed and featured on The Evernight Report
- Receive 100 gold coins
- Receive a cosmetic prize of their choosing

The winner will be picked at random and will be announced on Wednesday 12th August 2015! Good luck!

Monday, 3 August 2015

Server Reactions: How closing servers are taking the news.

Today it was announced which servers would be closed down and which would remain. Thankfully Evernight is safe from the cut, and we will continue to be a wonderful server with some fantastic players.

Let us also take a moment to think about the thousands of players on those 19 servers that are closing down.

For players of Elendilmir, Estel, Riddermark, Gilrain, Firefoot, Eldar, Nimrodel, Anduin, Windfola, Morthond, Imladris, Maiar, Darrowdelf, Vanyar, Silverlode, Withywindle, Vilya, Snowbourn and Meneldor, we /salute you.



Eldar are considering Evernight as their transfer server:




Withywindle are looking into coming to Evernight and Laurelin:

And are wanting a get together before the end.

Remember, Evernight is a wonderful server because it has wonderful people. Treat these new transfers with respect and kindness. I am sure they would have done the same to us if Evernight had closed.

The remaining 10 world will have thousands of new players joining them. This will be an exciting process and a wonderful time to start recruiting for kins, and welcoming these players to our server.

For now, take a deep breath and be thankful we're still altogether.

Tuesday, 14 July 2015

Wonderful news, everybody!

I am creating a new series on YouTube. This is the first of its kind (so I can find, at least) which looks at the Etymology of Tolkien's words.
Where doers "Smaug" come from?
The first one, coming out this Monday, is based on The Shire. A little storyline about its history, and where names of towns originated from. They will be coming out weekly on Monday evenings.

Comment below if you have ideas for the series! :D

Sunday, 12 July 2015

900 Members! Congratulations Facebook's Evernight Group!

This week has been a fantastic success for Evernight. Our little facebook group has blossomed to an impressive total of 900 members! We are now almost meeting Snowbourne's total - despite the fact we're a significantly smaller server! To celebrate, I have made two new videos (Beorning Puns and How to Fish) and have taken a rare screenshot of the following:

This is what Evendim looks like underwater... the more you know...
Furthermore, a huge thank you to Gaston (who I recently interviewed) who created the 900 banner on the group! Let's have a look at the banners Gaston has made - they're all very impressive.










Thank you to everyone who has joined our little fellowship to make a fantastic group! See you again at 1,000!

How to fish in LOTRO

How to fish in LOTRO! If you have ever wanted to catch the odd salmon and impress your Hobbit neighbours - here's how:

Saturday, 11 July 2015

Unbearable Beorning Puns!

Hannihr meets a few badly bearhaved beornings who like to attack helpless animals around Middle Earth.

Fur some unknown reason she has written them down fur you!

Tuesday, 7 July 2015

The Evernight Alliance

My fellow Evernighters!

A few months ago I wrote a post about the Evernight Alliance (TEA) in which many kinships had signed up. This was to acknowledge kinships of Evernight who had made an impact on our server for good.

Because of inactivity and not maintaining the Alliance, TEA has been... quiet. So, this is my request for us to get back on our feet by allowing NEW kinships to enter the Alliance, with the hope that we will become a great Alliance for our server.

The Alliance started because we wanted to build the Evernight community, and help players in a place they felt home. We realised that players have different needs (some want to raid, others PVP) but we could bond over one thing in common: the love of the game.

As a result, I am reforging the Alliance.

We have a chat channel and TeamSpeak 3 server. All updates regarding the Alliance will be put on this online newspaper!

Monday, 6 July 2015

An Interview with Gastón Nogueira

In November 2014 I went on my own epic quest in search for a very specific type of player, I needed someone who perfectly encapsulated the soul of "Evernight". This player had to know their class, have seen the game grow from its humble beginnings, and was socially involved with the server both online and offline. I scoured the server for days. I climbed the Party Tree to see over the rolling hills. I left no stone unturned in the Barrows of Bree-Land. I hauled myself up to the top of Colossus for a better view. But alas, nothing.

Until, finally, I stumbled across Old Tom Bombadil by accident. Old Tom recommended a player by the name of Gastón Nogueira. I searched for this player high and low. I eventually found him leading a raid against Draigoch.

In between helping his kinnies and keeping the Evernight Facebook Group free from trolls, Gastón allowed me to interview him. So sit back, relax, and enjoy our little interview with one of Evernight's favourite players.

In the past 3 years you have played on Evernight, which as been one of your favourite memories?

I remember one particular moment. By that time, I was levelling one of my characters alongside with a kinnie called Eph. We levelled together almost from the beginning and by that time we were level 74. We arrived to the first region of Rohan, The Wold. And we started to do the epic quests, in order to get our Warsteed. When I got my Warsteed as a reward from a quest. I remember standing in front of the NPC that gave me the reward and looking at the Warsteed skill. Just looking at it. Enjoying the moment. And then... I clicked it. The horn sounded so loud. I think I imagined the echo of that sound in my room. And suddenly I was riding a huge Warsteed. I could almost feel the power of this horse. I went to the fields and the wind was blowing in my face and I knew that Lotro wasn't going to be the same game any more, for me. I remember the song I was listening in that moment... learning to ride.

Which class do you feel has progressed the most in regards to Developers exploring new horizons?

I think Lore Masters has become an excellent class. They managed to re create this class. The AOEs are so powerful, and the crowd control... oh my God! You can see on World chat, people asking for a Lore Master for particular raids. It is awesome to see how people ask for this particular class to join a raid or instance. You could need a tank, a healer or DPS... but needing a specific class for it´s amazing crow control abilities? That is awesome, and I think that proves that Lore Masters have become a very powerful class with a good work from the devs.

Which class do you feel needs improvement?

The obvious answer for this question should be Beornings. I think Turbine released Beornings without completing the work on it. An this could be good or bad for some people. Some people might see at this as a good thing because they feel like they are working on it as well, giving feedback on the forums and commenting what things things should be improved or changed. But some people might see this like a bad thing. They want a finished class for their money and both opinions are acceptable... the true thing is that Beornings need more work. To be honest, I was expecting that the bear form were something different from regular bears. I expected a different look than other bears that you could find on landscape. something for unique, like size, or shape. But we will see. Some people don´t like the Beorning and I read comments like: "It´s not new... it´s something like a mix of all classes and I don´t like that". I'd agree with that, but I think It´s a good thing, having the versatility to perform well either is Tanking, DPS or Crowd Control. I see Beornings like an awesome class in the future.

What would you say causes a kinship to thrive?

Wow, this is a tough question. I will say that things outside the game are as important as the things inside the game. Let´s talk about in-game things. Raiding is important for a kinship, but not from the "hardcore/pro" point of view. It´s important because a kinship needs common goals. Being proud or achieving things together. hopefully this aspect is going to be improved with the next update, because Turbine is going to add kinship deeds and this is going to be awesome for the sake of unity and common goals. Second, try to avoid drama. There is no future for a kinship flooded of drama. A kind and funny kin chat is always important as well. Helping each other is an obvious thing in a kinship, crafting, helping with quests, etc. In Defiance we have this rule that forces kinnies to try several times to complete a quest before asking for help. So that way, they can sit and think about the situation, try other trait trees and at the end become better players. If you couldn't complete your quest, of course, we are going to help you, but first you have to try hard.

About outside the game, a good social platform is a must. Either is a Facebook group, using RaidCall, any form of communication when kinnies are not logged in the game. This improves the social aspect of the kinship, makes bounds between different members of the kinship. On an officers level, having a different Facebook group than the kinship one is very good. Officers can discuss things about the kinship, promotes, demotes, expelling people, you can vote easily and it's like a eternal officers meeting.

How do you deal with troublemakers in a kinship?
Argh! Troublemakers. well... /sigh We have a lot of troublemakers on Evernight, you know that. We don´t want to be involved in any kind of trouble in Defiance, we want our name as clean as possible. We kicked out people who were doing wrong things in a server level, people started to ignore that annoying person and we didn't want the people say: "Yeah... (name) is in Defiance". No. We don´t want that. If we have someone making trouble inside the kinship we talk to the member first, try to make sense with them and actually we give them another chance to chance their behaviour. One chance. We understand that we are dealing with grown person, and one chance is enough. If they don't change... well... there are a lot of other kinship that this person can join. There is no place in Defiance for troublemakers. We talk about it in the officers group and vote kick/stay.

I see that some people don't have an exciting life, or important things don't happen in their lives. So their life is Lord of the Rings Online. So the drama kicks in when important things happens in LOTRO. Like being kicked from a kinship, or a demote or anything. That is as important as it could be in real life. That´s why you see people actually crying about being kicked from a kinship, or being demoted or people who feel extremely frustrated about not being able to complete an instance... I mean.. it´s a game for god sake! Trolls are a big issue nowadays. People creating characters with similar names than other players just to throw dirt on their reputation. The medicine for trolls is ignoring them. Simple as that.

Thank you for giving us your time, Gastón! And thank you for helping keep Evernight an awesome place to play in. Until next time. See you in game!

Sunday, 5 July 2015

Which LOTRO class are you?

This little quiz will tell you which class you're most likely to excel at playing in Lord of the Rings Online. Choose one answer (a/b/c) in each question. Write your answers down on paper. Eg: 1) a 2) b 3) c...

1) You are walking down the old East Road from Bree to the Lone Lands. The sky is blue, and there is a mid-summer humidity in the air, making walking tiresome. You pause to drink from your sheep skin, when you hear a loud crash from over the hillside followed by ear-popping screams. You decide to investigate. How do you get there?

a) You run over the hill to the crash site, ready to help. Someone might have been attacked.
b) You cautiously creep up over the hill. Weapons ready, just in case.
c) With reckless abandon you storm over the hill. Weapons above your head, ready to attack.

2) Upon arriving to the other side of the hill you see an upturned wagon, with a Dwarf merchant stuck underneath one of the wheels. He is in tremendous pain. His wagon pony is on its side. What do you do?

a) You don't know who this Dwarf is. Is he a dangerous Dourhand? You approach silently with caution.
b) You keep your distance and aim your weapon. You look around to see what caused the wagon to tip. You sense... a trap.
c) You keep your weapons ready, but approach the Dwarf to offer assistance. He is clearly in pain, so you try to pull the wagon off him.

3) Between screams the Dwarf sees you with his keen eyes, and shouts at you for help "By Durin's beard! Can ye get this wagon off me?!".

a) You use your weapon to cut off the wheel and pull the Dwarf up. You quickly tend to his bleeding leg.
b) You help the pony up and use him to drag the wagon off the Dwarf. You wrap up his leg.
c) You try to calm the Dwarf. You try your hardest to push the wheel off him. You then help his wound.

4) The Dwarf thanks you for your help. Upon closer inspection you notice the Dourhand Crest on his lapel. The Dourhand sees your expression and reaches for something in his satchel.

a) You prepare for the unknown, and reach for your weapons.
b) You disregard his allegiance and ask him what caused the wagon to tip.
c) You jump back quickly and defend yourself, readying for the attack.

5) The Dwarf chuckles "Do not worry, friend. I am in no state to attack. My wagon was tipped because my pony took fright. She must have seen something to scare her. Thank you for helping me. How can I repay you?"

a) You harbour great hatred Dourhands and decide to leave the Dwarf over the hillside. You have no time for him and leave before you decide to do something unsavoury.
b) You take advantage of the Dwarf's offer and take all of his gold, gems and fine wines before leaving. To say he was shocked was an understatement.

c) You ask him for his pony. He offers gold, but cannot depart with his beloved Penelope. You take a few gold coins and take your leave. After twenty paces you turn around and fire an arrow to the Dwarf as a warning.

6) You return to the East Road, curious as to why the pony became startled. You continue walking for half an hour. It is rumoured by the villagers of Staddle that there is an infamous ale brewed in the Foresaken Inn. You are feeling adventurous today and decide to walk towards this Inn when you reach a fork in the road with a sign facing north.

Upon following the side path north a few paces, you notice a small mouse following you. On his back is tied a small, rolled up parchment attached by thin string. You find this highly peculiar. You pick up the mouse and untie the parchment from his back. The parchment simply has the words written "Feed me".

a) You look at the little mouse in your hand and notice he seems a bit skinny. You feed him a morsel of cheese and give him a little to drink.
b) You crumble up the paper and leave the mouse alone.
c) You had already fed the mouse before untying the parchment. You chuckled when you read the parchment and give the mouse a little stroke. You sit him on your shoulder, happy to have some company.

7) You continue down the road until you come to the door of the Foresaken Inn. Unsurprisingly, the door is on its hinges and a few windows are smashed. There is a drunkard poking his head out of the gaping hole in the roof, and waves at you before someone pulls him back in.

You enter the Inn to be met with a stench of unwashed feet, sombre music and suspicious looking men. (If you picked up the mouse from the last question, he jumps off your shoulder and leaves the Inn).
What do you decide to do?

a) You go over to the lute player and pay him a few pence. You ask to play a song and immediately lighten the mood. It's a song as old as the hills. Merry and nostalgic.

b) You hang up your coat and stand up tall. Your arms are bare, showing your well muscled physique. The men know not to mess with you. You buy yourself a pint.

c) You go over to the men and offer to buy a round of beers.

8) You have brought quite a lot of attention to yourself. Whether this was for good or bad, you did not know. A hooded figure who had been sitting in the corner of the tavern approaches you. He is two feet taller than you and is having to crouch to not touch the ceiling (at least, parts of it still there). He clears his throat before saying "Hello. You seem to be lost. Let me help you on your way". The giant of a man puts his hand out to reach you.

a) You evade him and hold your weapons up, ready to attack everyone in the Inn. You shout your warning and steady yourself.
b) You attack him. With your sword you swing at him, causing his chest to bleed a little.
c) Before the man can get any closer you disappear from sight, using the shadows and your skills to get out of eyesight.

9) The huge man chuckled at you. Before you realise what is happening, the man has turned into an even larger brown bear. He has the same dark colourings as the man who stood there moments ago. The bear growls loudly, causing the cups on the tables to shake and spill. The bear goes to swipe at you. You take action.

a) You throw a large rope net over the bear and jump over him as he falls heavily to the stone floor. You see your chance and take your exit.
b) You prepare yourself for the attack and remember use your inner strength. You hold your sword up to the enormous bear and strike true. The bear growls in pain. You walk steadily backwards, towards the door.
c) Before the bear can get any closer you conjure a lightening bolt from the skies, that hits down hard on the bear through the open roof. The bear recoils having been stunned. You see the opportunity to go.

10) Upon leaving the Foresaken Inn, now dripping with sweat, you feel the ale from the tavern is taking its affect. The harsh taste lingers in your mouth. You swiftly continue south away from the Inn, hoping none of the tavern-goers follow you out. Your vision is blurred and it is harder to see.

You approach the East Road to see the Dwarf from earlier today has fixed his wheel and is now riding the wagon. On closer inspection you see the little mouse from before is sitting on the dwarf's shoulder. What happens?

a) The alcohol has befuddled your mind and feel the need to speak to the mouse. You squeak to the mouse to try and tell it to run away from the evil Dourhand!
b) Still with the lute in your hand from the Inn, you throw it at the Dwarf while shouting calling him a Littlebeard.
c) You unleash your inner-bear and start growling at the Dwarf. You suddenly turn into a bear, yourself, a hidden power of which you were unaware.

The Foresaken ale that you had drunk from the Inn had caused you to do very strange things indeed. The ale had played with your mind, and instead you were sitting on a fence by the East Road. The Dwarf was not there at all. Instead, the small mouse from earlier arrived with a crumbled up piece of paper. The mouse unfolded it, and placed it by your feet. Anyone who passed by now would see a crinkled piece of paper by a drunkard that read "Feed me".

To find out which class you are, comment below with your answers and I will give you your results!

1) a
2) c
3) b