Disturbed by the recent earthquake, the black huorn has become less tree- like and more active.
The dwarven armorer in Erebor has had two notable events in his life recently, one more serious than the other. As a result, his focus may have changed slightly. Talk to him for details.
The etched leather girdle has changed. No trade-ins will be necessary. The old form of this item has been slightly tweaked, renamed and re-introduced into the game in another location.
The noble elf prisoner in Dol-Guldur has changed slightly.
Skinner the half-orc furrier has become slightly less prone to violent outbursts towards the forces of the Shadow, due to his increased dealings with these races.
Arwen has changed. She will still accept some evil items, but the rewards will be different. Look to trade in other evil items elsewhere, usually at mobs that would be a logical choice, in some cases in the same place(s) that previously accepted them. The rewards here will be different, too. Some
have vastly improved, others may not have.
Conrad the merchant has finished setting up shop north of rebuilt Vinyanost. He is known to be particularly interested in the trading of magical items, and has quite a stock of his own to be used for this purpose; however, he will trade in money instead of items from time to time, depending on his current stock and what he is offered.
The werewolf Bazarat has grown more confident in his possession of the ravaged town where he has settled. As a result, those pestering him may find him more eager than before to leave his lair.
The huorns in southeastern Mirkwood will now come to the aid of their fellow trees, as was originally intended.
The red silk cloak has changed slightly, for the better. Trade any old versions of this item in at the mob where the item is obtained.
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