Those are Turbine Store horses.
Over the years I have seen many guides about Turbine point farming. The guides are all very good, but I always felt they were slow. Turbine for good reason makes farming points slow. However, it is time to turn it up a notch.
This guide is a combination of many guides into one.
Step 1: Make a character.
Make a main character that will be easy to farm with. Hunters are cool for range and moving around. Captain is good for the same reasons but has less range. Other classes… not so good for this. Play this main character for a very long time and get them to a high level. 30+. The higher the better.
Step 2: Multiboxing
This is not as complex as it sounds. First you need to make a few accounts. Go to lotro.com and make a few. Maximum = five. Do not worry about making new email accounts. LOTRO.com never asks for you to confirm it. Just write your info down and your good.
Step 3: Make a character on every account.
Yup. This takes some time. The best group I could think of is one Captain and four Loremasters.
Them be some Lore ladies. Mmm.
Step 4: Level your characters.
This is where you will see what your PC can handle. Open the client and start logging in all your characters from all of your new accounts. My PC with all six accounts on very low graphics settings was just barely handling all of them. If you have a lot of problems, just drop more clients till you can move at a normal speed.
Use my classic power leveling guide to get your characters some fast levels. https://layanor.wordpress.com/2013/08/20/layanors-power-leveling-guide/
Step 5: No parking on the dance floor!
This is where the factory work comes into play. With all your characters in the same group, one kill produces loot for each character. So with all that loot, how do you get Turbine points?
You park all your characters in a HIGH reputation item area.
You can then run around with your main character and make fast kills. The Loremasters have pets that level with them, they will be fully protected in crowded mob areas. you can even just place them around in key areas, as long as they are not off of the radar from each other, and let the pets kill stuff for you.
Step 6: Reap the rewards
After one hour, I had close to 800 Cardolan-Trinkets. These give you 700 rep in Bree. You only need 122 of these to make Kindred with Bree. I can hit Kindred six times with all of these on alts, or new characters. How many points is that you ask? 50 Turbine points a pop. That is 300 Turbine points farmed in a hour.
Step 7: Farm the world!
So we have the factory up and running. Now we need to level them more and get them into more places. Use the guide again for more leveling and reputation farming areas. https://layanor.wordpress.com/2013/08/20/layanors-power-leveling-guide/ Once you have higher level characters, you can farm in lower level areas much faster, and cover more factions.
So imagine rolling a new character on your main account. They get out of the starter area, and you head over to your storage to get the rep items. Use them and get Kindred in six factions. that is 300 Turbine points instantly.
300 Turbine points is half a quest pack price. you could start buying all the areas in the game with this system.
Want one of those fancy store only horses? You only need to do this seven times. That’s once a day if you want to do it slow.
Even the expansions are easy to reach with this system.
That’s only the start of it. You could start farming Moria areas for two factions at once. That is super fast rep! Get that going and thats 400 Turbine Points for a new character.
Finale Note: Can I get banned for this?
The answer is no.
I have talked to many multiboxers, and point farmers for many years. The rule is, as long as you are not sitting afk to farm a place for a long time, you are good to go. A GM will come and message one of your characters, if you do not respond, you will get booted to free up lag in the area.
That is it.
Turbine is fine with multibox players, and are fine with Turbine point farmers. This is a legal way to get Turbine Points.