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8/29/2009 7:18:19 PMChaosinborn posted a message on Do you approve or not approve of some form of respeccing in Diablo II?Time for a full g-rush - about 2 hoursPosted in: Diablo II
Time for Guber to lvl 90 - about 1 hour
For the most part respecing just helps people save time. It is not difficult to lvl a new character. I also beleive it will add some interesting dimensions to dueling. Lets say you are fighting a frenzy barb. You have your counter attacks. Then all of the sudden he goes to town, respecs, leap attack. Woah didnt see that coming! It will also promote more experimentation. I think we will see less cookie cutter builds if we have respeccing. Since people will be free to check out other builds without thinking, oh damn if i make this ill have to make another one because i dont know if it will be good or not.
So my opinion, free respecs. Skill AND stat.
8/24/2009 1:51:27 PM[quote name='emilemil1']http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=4241011610315952113Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
18:40 2 Stones are destroyed. One is Mephisto and one is Diablo.
He did have a piece of Baal's intended soulstone, and Baal killed him and took it. We never got to see what happened to that shard, but we know that Baal's container (tal-rasha) died in the worldstone chamber.
Exactly, Marius never had Diablos though. That is something that bothers me though. We do the hellforge quest and based on the video we destroy Mephistos and Diablos soulstone. In no point do we actually acquire Diablos soultone. We take mephistos when we kill him, and then we immediately go destroy it. After the hellforge quest we go and encounter diablo. But before that we never do so there is no way the character should have had it to begin with. Tyrael only gives Marius one soulstone and it is clearly baals since it is the ony that he has in the cinematic you posted. It shows Marius and he says that he never whent into hell.
8/24/2009 1:14:25 PMBeing that the soulstones are just containers i dont understand why breaking them in the hell forge would destroy their essence. Also the fact that the Prime Evils still had the power to corrupt others and to gain influence shows how ineffective the soulstones really were since Izual had told the Prime Evils how to corrupt them. Diablo and Baal were able to return to their physical forms even while they were supposedly trapped within the soulstones, and im not sure if it was the same case with Mephisto or it was just that he took over the body of the Que-Hegan of the church of the Zakarum and what we saw was the corruption of his body seeing that it was so human like.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
So just from those facts i think that the soulstones never really worked or did very little. If anything from the cinematic it appeared that Baal used his soulstone shard to increase his power.
On the other hand, i just had this thought while writting this. Being that Diablo had the same appearance in Diablo 1 and 2 in which both cases he still had his own soulstone and now that he does not his appearance has changed It could be that the forms that we saw (in all Prime Evils) while they had their soulstones are not trully their original forms and its just a manifestation of their essense within a host. So as i said before A shard of mephistos soulstone was put into the palms of the Council in Travincal, the biggest piece in the Que-Hegan. Diablost soulstone was in the wanderer and Baals stone was stuck within Tal-Rasha. So this makes me beleive we only killed the bodies of the hosts with just some sort of temporary physical manifestation created by the spiritual essense of the prime evils.
8/30/2008 10:28:29 PMOk so it comes back....again...to haunt usPosted in: Diablo III General Discussion
look in the middle...yes its what you think it is
I have been clicking on it for a while nothing happening yet.
Sorry if its been posted.
8/14/2008 6:20:13 PMHmmm that art drawing looks very similar to the first boss of Hellgate London. Looks like FSS wasnt so original, or maybe the other way around who knows.Posted in: News & Announcements
Sorry for huge image i didnt notice
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