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    posted a message on Under 100 players in chat..?
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    Quote from Daemaro

    I don't generally use the chats but DivineZero is right, I know for sure at least general chat is capped at 100 then it starts a new one. Not sure if others are too.

    Are you saying instead of having the entire server in GC (assuming everyone opted in), you only get 100 random people? And your friend may get another set of 100 random peaople, without you in it? If this is true then it has to be one of the most idiotic software design decisions I've seen in a while.

    Yes, let's enjoy 1000 people talking in general chat at the same time.

    It's more like 1000's of people and it's opt in. Also, that's the point of GC. Restricting it to an instance of 100 improves the social aspect how?
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    posted a message on Under 100 players in chat..?
    Quote from Daemaro

    I don't generally use the chats but DivineZero is right, I know for sure at least general chat is capped at 100 then it starts a new one. Not sure if others are too.

    Are you saying instead of having the entire server in GC (assuming everyone opted in), you only get 100 random people? And your friend may get another set of 100 random peaople, without you in it? If this is true then it has to be one of the most idiotic software design decisions I've seen in a while.
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    posted a message on Jondarrr
    Scoundrel is my fav. I almost LMAO'd when after killing Haedrig's wife he said "you see, this is why I haven't married". :D
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    posted a message on Finally got my refund!
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    Quote from ruksak

    I really don't have issue with someone wanting a refund after a few weeks (65+ hours) of play. The intention of a game like D3 is that it gets hundreds of hours of play over many years, and to understand whether or not you will enjoy it in this capacity, you would need to play it for at least 60ish hours to know for sure.

    There is no basis for invoking a moral stand against what he did.
    Good point. Next time I buy any game, I'll just claim I expected a lot more, and get a refund! That's a perfectly reasonable argument. I expected this steak to make me completely full! It only made me 50% full, I want my money back!

    Most analogies are going to fail. The point of using an analogy is that it somehow relates to the subject.

    An online RPG, purchased for a one time price (the same price as most offline console games), that can be played and re-played for years and years while being embellished and administered by the developer....is in no way relative to a steak, or a movie, or a car, or....or .....or....it is what it is.

    In no way does 65 hours of gameplay "consume" half of the product that is D3.

    You say years and years. Had he enjoyed the game for just one year (as opposed to many) and then called it quits, would he still be morally entitled to a refund? Had he quit after just 9 months, would he? Etc.

    As already asked, where do you draw the line?
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    posted a message on Finally got my refund!
    So if the game offered 1/2 the replay value of D2, would you still ask for a refund? Or 1/3 of replay value of D2? Or 1/4? Or 1/365?

    I mean where do you draw the line? Or, better to ask, WTF does the replay value of D2 have to do with this game?
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    posted a message on BEST Inferno Tactic, Works 100% of the time
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    Is there actually any tactic depicted in the video or is everybody laughing at this because somebody said there is?

    The little kid is a barbarian in Inferno. the chickens are mobs in inferno. The kid is showing us what barbarians do when they're forced to kite in Inferno.
    It's humorous. Do you require more of an explanation?

    Yes. Thread says "BEST inferno tactic, works 100% of the time". I wanna know what the tactic is. Or is it just running away from the mobs? Derp?

    Troll.."derp" - You know perfectly well what the reference to the video to D3 is..Stop being a jackass and asking over and over.

    Well, in the end they drop something on the floor which stops the "mobs" from chasing the "barb". Wasn't that the point of the vid? I thought that was the "100% tactic that works derp!". If not then why was it part of the video?
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    posted a message on BEST Inferno Tactic, Works 100% of the time
    Quote from Hezkezl

    Quote from glonek

    Is there actually any tactic depicted in the video or is everybody laughing at this because somebody said there is?

    The little kid is a barbarian in Inferno. the chickens are mobs in inferno. The kid is showing us what barbarians do when they're forced to kite in Inferno.
    It's humorous. Do you require more of an explanation?

    Yes. Thread says "BEST inferno tactic, works 100% of the time". I wanna know what the tactic is. Or is it just running away from the mobs? Derp?
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    posted a message on BEST Inferno Tactic, Works 100% of the time
    Is there actually any tactic depicted in the video or is everybody laughing at this because somebody said there is?
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    posted a message on BEST Inferno Tactic, Works 100% of the time
    Quote from glonek

    I don't get it, what's the tactics here? They drop something on the floor so the chicks latch on to it and leave the boy alone but how does that translate to D3?

    Anyone?
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    posted a message on BEST Inferno Tactic, Works 100% of the time
    No not yet. Please do explain. :)
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    posted a message on BEST Inferno Tactic, Works 100% of the time
    I don't get it, what's the tactics here? They drop something on the floor so the chicks latch on to it and leave the boy alone but how does that translate to D3?
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    posted a message on Honest questions about D3 hacking
    Quote from Hans

    I do not think they put up the item for sale on the auction house since most if not all items will likely have a unique id. Gold on the other hand likely has no id on it so it is much harder to track. Sell all the items and transfer the gold to a different account and then go to a third party trade site and sell the gold for cash. They could be making some nice cash if most of the accounts had millions of gold on them.

    If they did not make money on it then they likely will not be doing it.

    Gold itself doesn't have an ID but each transaction a character does, does, including transactions of gold. They can follow the gold trail just as easily as the item trail.
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    posted a message on Honest questions about D3 hacking
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    Quote from Indimix

    I think it could be really easy for Blizzard to stop this.. how?, add an ID to the item, follow that ID, bingo.
    Tracking gold trades, especially if its just dropped on the ground, is probably harder.

    I don't see how this can be harder. I work with databases daily and in the end it's all just a bunch of data in the transaction log, regardless whether it's a gear or a gold trade.
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    posted a message on Honest questions about D3 hacking
    Quote from Indimix

    I think it could be really easy for Blizzard to stop this.. how?, add an ID to the item, follow that ID, bingo.

    Yeah that's what I'm sayig, except items already have an ID in the database so all Blizz has to do is follow the transactions to the offending (?) account.

    I suppose the only hurdle (hence the question mark) to this approach could be false reports:

    Imagine griefing a player by playing a game with him first and then reporting a hack on your account saying he stole your stuff (which you traded to him voluntarily). Bam and his account is banned, unless Blizz would have a way to distinguish these false reports.
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