1/25/2013 5:30:29 PM
This amulet is fake. If that would have been real, it would have been the best amulet in the world by FAR. Which is why some of the comments up here makes me lol.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
1/3/2013 8:54:45 AM
Posted in: Diablo III General DiscussionQuote from JKlimekQuote from UndrtakerWhat do you all do with loot?
Pick up legendary/sets only? All rares? i63 only?
I think it depends on your money situation and what you're going for. When you're lower paragon level, I think it's really worth your effort to just power level and pick up Legendaries until you hit mid paragon levels. After that I think you can stop to pick up items as they start to get better. Remember magic find does affect how many 6 affix items you find vs 4 affix items.
I have done research on it and vendoring yellow items is the best gold/hr, but obviously it's all aggregate (no large payoffs).
Wrong. Magic find does not affect either the quality of rolls or how many rolls an item get, it ONLY affects the quality of the item itself(i.e. magic/rare/legendary).
Also, only picking up legendarys is pretty dumb unless you for some reason want to hit high paragon levels really, really fast "just because". The best way would be to gear up with magic find while still maintaining enough dps to blast through mp 0-1 and at least pick up all rings/amulets, gloves, 1-handers and legendarys while swapping out the mf-gear as you gain higher levels.
11/18/2012 11:35:22 AM
Posted in: EU Servers TradingQuote from Huminator
You looking at the buyout prices. You can easily grab even a better pair via bidding. Dont stare yourself blind at AH prices. There is many factors.
The overall point still remains. Your both naive and in denial if you think, that character will gives 1 billion gold.
And you can for certain expect the value of each item, will drop day after day. So the longer you wait being realistic, the more gold you will lose.
And how exactly is that relevant? There's a reason the cheapest innas pants with similiar stats are listed for 40 mil buyout. A lot of people never even buy things off bid.
Also, I looked up the prices myself at the AH and it seems your estimations are a bit off. In fact, some pieces are worth double the amount that you've listed. I dont like this guy, and I think he's being insanely naive if he thinks he can get 1 bil for his char, but what you're doing right now is equally disgusting. It's obvious that you intentionally undervalue his items just to prove a point or to win an internet argument. I've been playing the AH basically since the game launched, and I think it's safe to say I know my way around it. For starters, his helm, boots, belt and legs are worth close to or more than double the amount you listed. His weapon is probably closer to 120-ish, his shoulders I would say around 30, lacuni 60, natalya 60. Of course, prices are dropping each day, but this is how much they are valued today. I'm pretty sure that he could get around 600 mil for everything, including gems, after the 15% if he sold it on AH right now. If he sold it for less than 500 off AH, I'd say he's pretty dumb.
But yeah, It's definitely not worth 1 bil.
10/22/2012 3:29:00 AM
Posted in: Diablo III General DiscussionQuote from Fizbiniawesome changes. why dont u gear out ur other 60's instead of coming on here and complaining. i was at the point pre 1.05 where i had gotten mostly BIS by spending some real money on gear.. with nothing to do. so i went and played mostly pugs because i didnt care about drop efficiency... I help out other players... Swapped builds constantly not caring about loosing 5 stacks.. and HAVING FUN.
these new changes have made the game sooo much better. if u think ur getting to many legendary items why dont u try some other specs out. why dont u play in group play even though its less efficient. why dont you turn MP up to a higher difficulty.
get a clue... ur complaining because they are catering to the casual players, and ur no longer and elitest. herp derp sherp derp.. as long as some of my friends come back to playing d3 i'll be happy. because frankly they all QUIT. if these or future changes bring ANY of them back i'll be ecstatic. i just hope its not to little to late. and i hope they add pvp very very very soon.
hear ya bro. All my friends quit playing after only a couple of weeks. I kept on playing for a while, but only since I actually made money out of it(basically played the AH constantly for about a month). Finally sold all my gear/gold and quit, but since 1.05 I've started playing again and I'm actually having a lot more fun than before ~1.03. I can only hope some of my friends comes back; if not with this patch then with maybe with pvp
9/30/2012 8:27:53 AM
Posted in: Diablo III General DiscussionQuote from Huminator8 yellows! Yellows are hardly rare since you get like 100 for a clear.
Items with yellow text are called 'rares' in this game, in case you missed that.
8/4/2012 9:01:06 PM
Posted in: Diablo III General DiscussionQuote from proletariaQuote from kojzAre you actually suggesting that the MF-system works the same in D3 as it did in D2? Did you ever play D2? I'm not saying that MF is badly designed in it's current state in D3, but it certainly worked differently in D2. In D2, uniques/set items dropped with a very high frequency compared to how often legendarys drop in D3.
I mentioned the thread where the current MF system is explained. Drop rate of uniques vs. effectiveness of legendaries and the status quo were mentioned too. Clearly I was not suggesting the two calculated mf in the same way.
Quote from kojzAnd also, how is "farming any act" as an end-game in any way comparable to what D2 had? Leveling to 99 was not something you did in a short amount of time, and it had nothing to do with the item hunt. On top of that, hunting for item-upgrades in diablo 3 has been rendered completely redundant because of the AH. You're not farming items in diablo 3, you're farming gold. There's a huge difference. And with the ladder system, and pvp, I'm amazed at how you can centralize diablo 2 endgame to an item hunt that is comparable to what D3 endgame is. End game in D2 was huge compared to what it is in D3 right now. I mean, I played D2 for years. I quit diablo 3 after a couple of months.
And how was grinding the chaos sanctuary any different than farming act1-3 now? Did you literally just stick around for 99 and that was it? Clearly it didn't take 6 years for people to hit 99, but lots of players claim that this was a huge deal. The obvious and operative point was that item grind is an item grind. Pathetic attempts to re-characterize D2 as anything but an item grind are hopelessly rose-tinted nostalgia fits that will not allow for a shred of introspection.
The grind is the same, I never stated anything else. What seems REALLY hard for you to comprehend though, is that the item hunt in itself does NOT represent the end game of D2. End game in D2 comprise actual goals to the item hunt(ladder, PVP, etc which you're still disregarding), combined with leveling characters(which was interesting in D2, because of the inability to respec).
D3 end game is mindlessly farming items with no goal while having every single item you could ever want easily accessible via the AH. How can you possibly fail to see the difference here?
8/4/2012 11:53:01 AM
Posted in: Diablo III General DiscussionQuote from proletaria
And by that same token, so is farming inferno in any act. The practice was to accrue better gear over time and it has not fundamentally changed.
Completely arbitrary to assign final boss runs as an optimal endgame and a sure sign you didn't play Diablo 2 very long.
Actually diablo 2 had a fairly pathetic difficulty level, by comparison to A3 right now, you were entirely safe in A4 hell except for iron maiden on melee classes.
Over-blown bed-wetting hyperbole doesn't help your argument. RNG was and is still RNG. The only difference is that unqiues and sets in D3 are -currently- lacking and thus the stats of rares are hyper-important. If you would like to know how the MF system really works, there's a great thread in the theory-craft forum.
Are you actually suggesting that the MF-system works the same in D3 as it did in D2? Did you ever play D2? I'm not saying that MF is badly designed in it's current state in D3, but it certainly worked differently in D2. In D2, uniques/set items dropped with a very high frequency compared to how often legendarys drop in D3.
And also, how is "farming any act" as an end-game in any way comparable to what D2 had? Leveling to 99 was not something you did in a short amount of time, and it had nothing to do with the item hunt. On top of that, hunting for item-upgrades in diablo 3 has been rendered completely redundant because of the AH. You're not farming items in diablo 3, you're farming gold. There's a huge difference. And with the ladder system, and pvp, I'm amazed at how you can centralize diablo 2 endgame to an item hunt that is comparable to what D3 endgame is. End game in D2 was huge compared to what it is in D3 right now. I mean, I played D2 for years. I quit diablo 3 after a couple of months.
8/3/2012 12:47:01 PM
I've heard that when dealing with large sums of money/gold, wether it's buying or selling, blizzard has an automatic system that disables your account. This is to prevent botting or whatever. Just call them and let them know you're not botting, and they'll flag your account so that it doesn't happen in the future.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
8/3/2012 4:37:45 AM
Save up for new weapons. Yours are pretty awful... Get ones with socket and higher dmg.Posted in: Monk: The Inner Sanctuary
7/31/2012 1:44:32 PM
Rhogog, you don't happen to have another one?Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
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