Edriel's Suggestion Topics
Forum member Edriel has recently created two topics that have garnered a lot of positive feedback on Diablofans. Each topic has a particular idea attached to it, bringing back a feature that has been cut from Diablo 3.
The first one features the Talisman. Edriel has completely recreated the cut feature and added a lot of mechanics to it. To compress it fully the Talisman will help with enchanting items, enhancing skills, making portals to random areas, create buffs and much more! Check out the topic here.
The second is the Mystic artisan that was removed before the game launched. Edriel has incorporated the idea of Seals into the Mystic. Seals are containers of enchantments that players upgrade, until they decide they want to use that Seal, or "break it". At that point the player fights monsters that have the qualities of the Seal before he can use it on his gear. There is much more to it though and all in glorious images! And that's just part 1! Check out the thread here.
Constructive feedback, ideas, and patience are indeed things we do appreciate, but naturally for some people they prefer to post their concerns and frustrations instead - both kinds of feedback are understandable as well as welcome, of course within the boundaries of the forum rules, but it should come as no surprise that we prefer the more constructive posts as they often contain more useful feedback that can be forwarded to the developers.
We have already acknowledged that not everyone are happy with the state of the game, and the developers are working very hard to improve things for the better. Unfortunately, as with all things, some improvements take longer to do than others, but that doesn't mean that we are ignoring them.
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Blues in the Game
We all play Diablo III on a regular basis (just like developers and other employees at Blizzard), and while we have a passion for Diablo, we keep our play accounts private so that we can enjoy the game just like any other player.
My main is a Wizard and I play Public Games quite a lot though, so you might have even bumped into me without knowing it. (Blue Tracker / Official Forums)
What's Your Favorite Diablo III Easter Egg?
Diablo 3 has many Easter Eggs, some of which are pretty hard to spot. Do you have a favorite?
[blizzquote author='Blizzard' blue='http://www.diablofans.com/blizz-tracker/topic/261625-whats-your-favorite-diablo-iii-easter-egg/' battle='http://us.battle.net/d3/en/blog/9871962/whats-your-favorite-diablo-iii-easter-egg-5-28-2013']There are many secrets hidden within the depths of Sanctuary. There are enigmatic texts, strange names carved into walls, a mysterious helmet, and the spirits of lost souls who haunt a sinister crypt dubbed Development Hell.
If that's not enough for you, there are whispers of a secret realm that requires the goodwill of a royal and ghostly bovine, a dismembered limb from Sanctuary's past, an energetic little bunny, as well as a peculiar locket that carries with it a companion from the depths.
But we'd love to know: What's Your Favorite Diablo III Easter Egg?
Your ideas are awesome. Showed one of my work mates (who stopped playing D3 after the first 3 months) as I always try to get him hooked back into it. He said "the talisman is one of the coolest ideas I have ever seen for D3.."
D3 is missing depth/more complex systems. Even the very casual players like my workmate would love these types of systems.
It is fine for Diablo to be simple in the early stages of the game eg from level 1-60. Endgame however... that is where there needs to be depth and ideas like yours excite people.