LOTRO 's Art - The Rune Keeper Tales (Part 1)

The Rune Keeper in LOTRO is a caster class inspired by the Elven-smith Celebrimbor.  Celebrimbor was an Elven-smith in the Second Age who forged the three Elven Rings of Power Vilya, Narya, and Nenya after the principal Middle-earth elements of air, fire, and water, respectively. He hid them away from Sauron before he could steal or corrupt them with his One Ring of Power. Celebrimbor was also the one who carved the emblems of Durin, the Tree of the High Elves, and the Star of the House of Fëanor in the western door of the Mines of Moria. Celebrimbor was an Elf of Hollin; now, the only trace of Elves in Hollin is the lament of the stones: "deep they delved us, fair they wrought us, high they built us; but they are gone"  

I am enjoying the challenge of a new class, Amaure is my first Rune Keeper. Her story is  of a simple elf versed in the art of healing.  I decided to use some of  her screenshots and  digital painting to create some beautiful artscreens to tell her story - so here is the beginning of her tales and adventures through Middle-earth. 



 The Old Forest's Magic

 The Power of  The Stars

Fire And Water

1 comment:

Ess said...

I love these. It reminds me very much of my Elf Minstrel. :)