Will I have as good a chance of winning as someone who actually tried to think of a good build if I click the chat gem to generate a random build and add "I like ponies" as summary? Just want to know if I should use my brain or just cross my fingers instead.
Best PvP build for Wizard with defensive playstile. With time buble and teleport on low cooldown due to passive you can slow and cc your enemy so they don't reach you, then hydras for some auto aimed sustained dps, and arcane based spells like desintegrate so the enemy is slowed and you can charge it for more damage. Guided missiles for more low risk damage and familiar to get a little bit more of damage output.
I've noticed the blues have been going on a complete rampage recently. It's good to see them so active and involved in the community again. Not sure if I agree with everything they are saying, I kind of feel like our characters will be missing out on some sense of specialization with the new system at least. But whatever, I'm sure they know what they're doing.
Maybe I am the only one who thinks this but I think Bashiok makes ALOT of sense. His reasoning is logical and I agree with almost everything he says.
For me D2 was really fun for most things except skill choice, I was just too afraid that I'd make a bad choice and that really stressed me out. So in the end I found some ultimate guide for gear and skills and made a godlike character and then I had not much of a challenge anymore. The fun part was trying to get the ultimate gear for this character not the skills I chose.
With the new system I can actually play the game and not be stressed out and be afraid of making the wrong decisions. Also this is the first game I think both me and my wife will love to play together. I won't have to worry that her inexperience with games will punish her so she'll loose interest right away and it will not be too easy that I will find it boring - perfect ! I'll pre order two copies right away !