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Bundle of Straw
Slot: Component

A bundle of dried plant stalks, suitable for building scarecrows or lure traps.

Worth: 6c
Stack Size: 100

Used in Recipes:
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bundle of straw
# May 16 2010 at 1:45 AM Rating: Decent
Hi evr! TELL me please how to use it? What is a recipe?
Scarecrow recipe?
# Aug 11 2009 at 11:43 AM Rating: Decent
Hmm only scarecrow I've seen is the one that can be purchased from the Fall Festival. Would be nice if they added a recipe that you could make to put in your yard in player housing to go along with the flowers and gardens you can get from the Summer Festival. Maybe this fall they'll put in a recipe to barter for using fall tokens! :-)
# Aug 04 2008 at 7:33 PM Rating: Decent
Been curious 'bout this some time. I know the straw is used as a material for crafting the Lure Traps. However, I've been wondering if - as the tooltip both her and in-game suggest - it is also used as a material in some sort of a crafting recipe that creates a scarescrow? Maybe a lawn deco? I know there are yard deco scarecrows in the game (festival related from the looks of them and the price people charge on the AH for them) already. Perhaps there is a craftable version? Or, perhaps the one already in game in crafted?

Anyways just some stuff that's been nagging me. Lack of Allakhazam's coverage and comunity participation in the LOTRO section is kinda disappointing. Any tips, hints, help or further information is much appreciated. Thanks.
Critical not needed
# Mar 17 2008 at 11:43 PM Rating: Decent
The bundle of straw is a rare find from farming Grain, critical is not needed
How to make them
# Jan 10 2008 at 9:15 AM Rating: Decent
These are the rare finds for farmers under the "Grain" heading. I've gotten them from making Oat Fields (Journeyman), but I hear the fastest way to make them is Winter Barley (Apprentice). You need to have Mastered the curent tier Farmer before you can critical the fields.
How to make them
# May 15 2012 at 12:17 AM Rating: Decent
654 posts
except that winter barley is an artisan skill, not apprentice
Success comes when preparation meets opportunity -- and EQ is no exception.
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