LOTRO: Fluffing the Content Pillow

Posted Fri, Jun 08, 2007 by LadySirse

Fluffing the Content Pillow

Why is a Massive Multiplayer Online game like a pillow? Because good fluff content makes it more comfortable. RadarX examines a recent Turbine news release on Lesiure Activities in Lords of the Rings Online and what benefits they provide.
What do you think of when you hear the word "fluff" in a Massive Multiplayer Online game? Is it something like housing where you can place personal belongings? Perhaps you are more interested in titles, revealing your numerous and difficult accomplishments. To some it could even be pixilated cleavage (I don't judge because I'm probably among you). The point is, fluff is subjective to be sure but rarely gets the spotlight usually just becoming a footnote to major mechanics. Turbine made it a point last week to discuss this type of content in detail. They refer to them as Leisure Activities (which is fair) and I think it's important to look at what they covered.
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