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Welcome to the Diablo III Ask the Devs global Q&A. In this thread we'll be collecting your questions regarding patch 1.0.7, having the community vote for their favorites, and then posting the answers we receive from the developers approximately one week later.
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The topic for this month is Patch 1.0.7. Please feel free to ask any questions related to changes in included this patch (i.e. dueling, class updates, new crafting recipes, etc).
To view the PTR patch notes for 1.0.7, click here.
[HOW IT WORKS]
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Well, if your gonna be like that: "Diablo III: The Hells Strike Back"
This is a very interesting topic though; it will definitely be cool to see what people think the expansion might get called. (Blue Tracker / Official Forums)
Diablo Fan Art
Concept artist d1eSEL art has created this great looking Diablo painting, shoulder-mouths and all! Click the picture for full size, but don't forget to also check out the gallery on his website. There are some really sweet fantasy works there.
There is also a picture in that link, with vote reset button and a scoreboard system. And then we have the “W” that could change builds while we are in town. It would be awesome! Link: https://eu.battle.ne...85753?page=1#15
Whats the point in even posting? Really? If you dont like it D3. leave. Waste of space.
To be fair, there's a serious shortage of sites where you can go to discuss how much you don't like D3 and share your horrible experiences and your opinions about how and why it's terrible.
Why people choose a fan-site as their perferred venue for such activity, though, is completely beyond me (deliberate trolling notwithstanding).
+1 for an extra (or more) skill pages that can be swapped in town.
Not sure about Identify All, though. The original (and current slightly faster) manual id process was supposed to be a brief tension builder to amplify the excitement of getting a good rare on top of the awesomeness of even finding one in the first place... which is a narrative that completely breaks down once you're a level 60 with 300 MF returning to town with an inventory full of yellow pinata-chaff that will almost certainly be entirely worthless. IMO manual IDing just doesn't work with the way rares are currently generated. Blizzard should either nerf the hell out of rare droprates and crappy affix frequency and keep 'slow IDing', or leave item and affix frequency as they are and just give us id-on-pickup at level 60.