It is that time of the year again. Spring is near, birds will return and the nights are shorter. Oh, and the mayor gets that urge to start fiddling with our clocks again. The start of Daylight Saving Time is near! Daylight Saving Time Many countries follow the practice of Daylight Saving Time (DST). This involves advancing clocks during summer months so that people can experience more daylight in the evenings. Typically, users of DST adjust clocks forward one hour near the start of spring and adjust them back again in the autumn. The start of DST and the forward adjusting of clocks is now near for both the EU and the US. However, the tricky part is that countries do not adjust their clocks at the same dates. For the coming weeks, this may lead to problems for event planning in LOTRO, because: The US adjust the clocks forward one hour in the morning oft Sunday March 8. This also includes LOTRO servertime. The EU won't adjust the clocks until Sunday March 29 This one-our offset from the usual time difference is a right bother, and it might make many miss out on planned events. An example: Events on Laurelin, like the ones in our calendar, are given in UK/London time. For the most part of the year, the difference between UK time and servertime is five hours. To convert the times in the calendar to servertime, yer usually just subtract five hours. For the coming weeks, though, from tomorrow morning until the morning of Sunday March 29, the difference is just four hours. This is surely something to be aware of if yer plan to attend our events! Good luck sorting this out!