Gameplay

  • We don’t support changing from one kind of Stealth to another (say from the Racial Trait Hobbit Stealth to a Burglar Stealth). So, to prevent players from accidentally switching and revealing themselves to nearby monsters during the transition, we made a change to prevent switching.
  • Stealth detection distances have been updated slightly. Now, the distances that Players detect AI-Monsters who are close to or below their level has been slightly increased. AI-Monsters will also alert to Players at a slightly increased distance.
  • Look out! Now, Monster Wound debuffs can also disable your defenses!
    • Injury – Debuffs Might. Now, it also disables “Parry” chances.
    • Sprain – Slows movement speed. Now, it also disables “Evade”
      chances
    • Dislocation – Slows attack speed. Now, it also disables “Block”
      chances
  • Halberds now produce more threat than before.
  • Fate’s contribution to power regeneration in combat has been raised.
  • Fixed a bug that would cause ranged attackers to switch to melee weapons and stance briefly after their first shot in combat.
  • Improved target detection for all area-effect skills for both players and monsters.
  • You can no longer summon players to you with the “Hewn Rallying Horn” (Captain) or the Guardian’s “Acorn Whistle” if you are inside of a private instance.
  • Improved combat feedback when the target is immune to some aspects of skill effects or weapon procs, e.g. “fear” effects.
  • Out-of-combat only skills that are in progress when the player enters combat will now be interrupted immediately, e.g. the Lore-master’s “Raven Lore” skill.
  • Items and objects in the world that cannot be used in combat will have their usage countdown interrupted immediately if the player enters combat while trying to use them, e.g. food.
  • Fixed a bug that was causing stealth to break occasionally when the player won a roll on dropped loot.
  • When combat ends, any harmful skill that you have queued for execution will be canceled.
  • You are no longer able to change equipment while performing some actions, e.g. mining or carrying mail in the Shire.
  • Updated auto-attack to help prevent unintended attacks when combat ends.
  • Fixed a bug that could result in players being stuck contributing to a Fellowship maneuver until they logged out and back in again.
  • Throwing daggers/axes have increased range (was 20 meters, now 30 meters).
  • When sparring, the clock now starts counting down seconds immediately.

More about The Lord of the Rings game here /the-lord-of-the-rings-game-review/


William Hill is a world leader in sports betting and probably the best-known bookies in the UK. Established in 1934 William Hill has more than 2,000 betting shops, 13,000 employees, 450,000 telephone clients, 7,500 Fixed Odds Betting Terminals, and 600 AWP machines with a $15 billion annual turnover.

Sports Markets

William Hill is practically an icon when it comes to sports betting and has a truly impressive selection of the most popular sports in the UK and abroad.

Their full list is as follows:

Horseracing, football, tennis, cricket, rugby union, greyhounds, American football, basketball, golf, F1, NASCAR, MOTO GP, speedway, Australian rules, boxing, futsal, handball, motorbikes, rugby league, UFC, MMA, athletics, cycling, GAA football, ice hockey, Olympics, snooker, baseball, darts, GAA football and hurling.

As you would expect, the mainstream sports offer a more comprehensive range of betting options; so you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to horseracing, football and cricket.

In-play betting is offered at William Hill too. However, their choice of in-play sport isn’t quite as good as some of their rivals, with football, tennis and greyhound racing being the three biggest markets.

Sportsbook Website

The WilliamHill.com website is fairly simply to navigate and use, with the day’s biggest events and offers clear for all to see at the top of the page. Live streaming is offered on European and Australian football as well as selected international cricket and tennis matches. Log in at the right time and you’ll catch live handball and beach soccer too.

If you visit the subtly marked ‘Sports Betting News’ page you’ll be treated to a live RSS feed, podcasts and radio commentary and punditry on the day’s biggest horse races form the UK and Ireland.