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This is the loading screen when starting the game
The character selection and creation screen lets you choose between your characters and create new ones
The Journal shows your character's stats and equipment. Highlighting an item will show more information about it.
As you progress, you earn titles that can be displayed to other players. You can also see the special Pre-Order cloak for anyone who pre-ordered through EB Games (they vary by store)
There are a variety of professions that you can choose. Here, you can see some of the tailoring choices.
The effects seen while casting spells are well done.
Rivers and lakes all have some very nice effects that make the water look very realistic.
Here is Weathertop, where Frodo sheltered in the stories while hiding from the Nazgul. You can also see the sky effects and an item on the ground that is used for Cooking.
Fighting is done using skills, spells, and normal attacks. You can see one kind of wood that is used in various professions here as well.
There are different maps in the game, from an area map like this one, to a city map and a world map. As you explore, more information becomes visible on the maps.
Typical of dwarves, their cities include massive works of stone.
This is the Deed panel, where you can see which deeds you are working on and your progress. If you look at the floor, you can see how good the reflections are in the game.
Ringwraith/Nazgul attack - animated cutscene
Nighttime on the bridge between the Bree-land region and the Shire, home of the hobbitses
The bridge between the Lone-lands and the Trollshaws forest
The Green Dragon Inn pub in Hobbitton
Weathertop - Amon Sul, in the heart of the Lone lands
Horse riding through the Shire (a quick method of transportation between regions that saves you a lot of time)
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