Pics: Siege of Mirkwood shots show danger in the Scuttledells

By Stephany Nunneley, Thursday, 29 October 2009 16:08 GMT

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Turbine has sent over some really nice screens for LOTRO’s Siege of Mirkwood expansion.

Looks like when exploring the Scuttledells region, adventurers will be faced with wrights, spiders, gaunt men, and those annoying craban that you just want to smash into mush.

The expansion comes out digitally in December. Have a look past the break.

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