How would you like to be part of the effort to help people learn and be informed about LOTRO, Crusaders, and everything we do here? If this sounds like fun, perhaps a job in the Crusaders Information Office is for you! To apply, please post in this topic with the role you would like to be considered for, and an example of your work that's relevant to the role which you are applying for. We will then get back to you as soon as possible.
Thanks for your interest in advance!
Journalist - Journalists contribute to official Crusaders state publications, such as The News Section , that are seen throughout the site on a regular basis. As a journalist, you help inform our residents and the world about what's going on in our kinship so they know the sights, people, and events of our region.
Faculty - As part of the faculty of the The Royal Academy, you help design and build courses and guides that will help educate those new to our Kinship and LOTRO. The vast majority of our new Citizens are new to the game, and need the education you provide to help them get into the game and understand their role in the game and our family. As a courtesy, we include links to The Royal Academy in our recruitment message to all new nations, whether they join or not, making this area perhaps the most viewed area of The Crusaders.
Note:Applicants for this position should have at least been a Citizen for at least two months, or have equivalent experience in another kinship.
Graphics Designer - Information isn't just typing words and presenting text, it's also about putting it in an appealing format that will make people want to read it. As a graphics designer, you will work with others within the Ministry of Information and other ministries to make graphics that put our region in the best light, whether they be for our publications, our website, our offices, or any other needs we have. Your work will make our region pop out, and make it an even more attractive region that people will want to be a part of.
Also, another thing, I don't think you should teach someone how to play LOTRO, people should try their own thing. That's why I'm pissed at the new setup with the trait trees; it makes the game feel like WoW, and if they mess something up again that bad I might just stop playing... The game is turning to utter garbage; and lotro is doing nothing.
This is your Captain speaking we're approaching some storms ahead, I'd like everyone to fasten their seat belts and prepare for a rough time.