Grr.. so Im seeing video's of players collecting wings and pets..
Im guessing they must have got them before this current patch?
I do have the Falcon WIngs but not Cosmic wings as yet.. a shame that, would have liked to have got those from Adria
Grr.. so Im seeing video's of players collecting wings and pets..
If you want Furnace, you need character level 31, to reduce the number of possible outcomes from upgrading rare to legendary (you exclude only Schaefer's and Athskeleng but who cares, pool of 4 is better than pool of 6).
This season I tried ~50 upgrades on my lvl70 char and got pretty frustrated due to fails.
Then I made new char, and first 2h mace I upgraded from rare to legendary was The Furnace. Crappy one, but it doesn't matter, I needed it only for cube.
Here, a link I found, that among others has the settings screen shown, where you need to change the details:
As long as they incorporate D3 mechanics because D2 is pretty hard to enjoy these days. It hasn't aged as well as people may think it has.
Potions need to go. Ridiculous small inventory size. Really stupid stamina system that last for like the first 13 level and then it's just some bar at the bottom of the screen you never look at.
Most likely we will see a d3 x pack or d4.
Since there were very few fundamental and relevant changes for demon hunter this is mostly a copy paste from last season
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See...people like this OP ruin the game...they keep whining and whining until something is ruined.
Still they are completly blind not realizing that there is barely anyone full ancient on the leaderboards.
Just as an example, I had to, instead of dedicating my self to paragon race and even higher leaderboard climb, farm illusionary boots for month and a half!!!! Just to get them few days before meta changed.
And thats even targeted grind, not random.
Now i still dont have ancient zodiac, ancient swami, shoulders are ancient but crap.
So i have no clue what are you talking about saying drop rates are high.
They are not, youre a annoying whiner who bought a game and wants it changed. Go play othe game and leave this one to people that enjoy it.
I spent months on Diablo to have my 'king's axe of haste', it was 20 years ago, I could spend all the time I want farming Hell (without killing diablo of course) just to have another. It was an accomplishment to have a nearly perfect Zodiac at this time.
Now, I found D3 much better than D2, and, even if "hardcore" players (not the ones playing hardcore mode, I mean those playing 16Hrs a day, botting or not when asleep) are not happy with the drop rates, I do not care. I can only play 2 to 4Hrs per day, so, as it goes, I can equip all my characters, enjoy testing builds and have a good time.
I'm having fun with D3, that's all I ask from a game. Just waiting for dishonored 2 now.
They only released two sets of wings with patch 2.4.1 the Falcon Wings from the Mysterious Chest in Act 4 and the Cosmic Wings from Whimsydale, but only from the portal from a Rainbow Goblin and not the version that opens with the staff.
Well I mention even more gold and gems so that you can get around to upgrading all of your socketed gems to Flawless Royals. Roll sockets into your chest and pants, and get 5x Flawless Royal rubies into your gear- that's 1400 more strength you stand to gain from that alone. That could certainly give you the edge you need to complete some solo GRifts, and yeah -as Angry_Roleplayer mentioned- you'll start gaining the Legendary gems that you can put into your Neck and Rings from those GRift bosses.
This is far from min-maxing, as it's just not worth crunching numbers at this point, but some pointers:
-Re-roll Armour in your necklace to Critical Hit Damage
-Re-roll Life Per Hit on your Pandemonium Loop ring to Critical Hit Damage
-Re-roll Life Per Hit on your Gloves to Critical Hit Damage
-As a general rule of thumb, you want to keep your Critical Chance and your Critical Hit Damage at a 1:10 ratio. That is, if your Crit Chance is 30%, aim for 300% Crit Hit Damage bonus. 35% : 350%, and so on.
-I know I told you to roll off a bunch of Recovery, but at the point you should be playing at, a great offense will make far more difference than having a balanced Defense.
-Make sure that in your Paragon allocation you're supplementing your Movement speed up to 25% (confirm this on your character sheet) as that's sort of the max run speed (there are a few exceptions) - anything left over should go into Strength for the time being.
-Barbarian might not be your forte, and that's ok! Personally, I couldn't get into the groove of Barb at first, so I tried most of the other classes until one stuck with me, or I just happened to get a string of good luck on gear. Remember, in general, the game kind of decides what your build is going to be. Sure, you may desire and build for a certain play style, but you might keep getting gear for an entirely different one - that's just the randomness of loot. The thing is, the entire game gets a lot easier once you have a "main" character that you love playing, and can amass gear, gold, materials for crafting, etc. You might try Monk or Wizard, and the better you get with them, the sooner you can re-visit Barb with a fresh view and more resources at your disposal.
Seems to me like you just need to play in more public games. Join some Torment 1 Rift groups, grind out Rifts until you've amassed more gems, gold, and Greater Rift Keys. Then grind out Greater Rifts- you're practically guaranteed a Legendary or two per Greater Rift you take down. Progression in D3 can be a bit slow at first if you've simply come upon a rash of lousy luck, but if you're persistent, your luck will likely change and you can start forming goals based on what drops are in your fate.