As the title says,
Accepting PP (open to other offers too).
If interested, pm me here,
- 6/24/2013 12:11:28 PM Posted in: Off-Topic
4/9/2013 3:50:39 PM
MP10 no ah becomes quite difficult in hell. Me and my mate played this exact mode and even with crafted weps of 700-800 dps, we had quite some trouble.Posted in: Hardcore Discussion
So gl to you, sir
PS. Damn Belial killed my DH :(
4/9/2013 3:47:47 PM
Posted in: Diablo III General DiscussionQuote from Solmyr77Just the thought of leveling *up* from 60(100) to 61(0) made me laugh
Would you care to elaborate?
4/7/2013 2:58:05 PM
Posted in: Diablo III General DiscussionQuote from StrafirResponse to all four posts above.
When you purchase something on the auction house it underlines that items values might change over time, which is a safety measure to be able to make changes, big or small, without getting sued. If the level cap gets increased and therefore new item introduced or that the whole game gets wiped because both will result in a collapse of value with current items, but the first one will only strain the AH servers more than they ever have for a silly unreasonable reason.
I would understand the uproar if the expansion was announced tomorrow and told to me coming out in a week, but because that won't happen the players with super gear will have time to get their money back and spread the 'devastation' over the course of 10 players instead of them taking the hit alone.
Same thing goes for paragon levels. I'm not disagreeing that the concept is great and always rewards players even if they get no items to sell, but to stabilize the economy you can't have people who know how to play the system have a overkill magic find edge and a motivation to get back on top asap without having the game come back to it's current inflated state with warp speed.
I said it before and i'll say it again, there is no NICE way to fix this game so you better pray the new refreshed devsteam has the guts to do the necessary changes and make a game with great potential.
If you have comebacks, please don't just express what paragon levels might morph into and instead tell me good reasons why its necessary to keep the current paragon levels?
That's actually a really good question for which I do not have a concrete answer. But at the same time I could ask why Blizzard should take away everything (items and char progression) when they can take the mayor thing (items) while leaving a bone for players (plevel reform, not a reset)?
I agree (but not to full extent) with you that leaving Plevels as they are and letting people farm new content can have and would have some sort of negative impact to the game (this all depends on other changes, like AH, gold dumps, etc.), but at the same time I would never want Blizzard to go and wipe everyone's hard earned billions of exp just because it's the new expansion. Item "wipe" (this will definitely happen one way or another), will create a shitstorm like it always does, but it is necessary. I don't see a reason to create another shitstorm related to wiping experience :/ That's why changing plevel exp requirements or reforming plevels in some other way, while not punishing (directly) the people who had the exp, is a better solution in my opinion.
Just to clarify myself. Let's say they leave Pexp as it is, they just make that current pexp cap is like plevel 10 in the new system. This will have close to 0 impact to the economy, while actually not taking any character advancement from the current players.
4/7/2013 5:06:04 AM
Well, I'm certain that we will see a level cap increase which (according to current roll-a-stat-based-on-a-monster-level system) will result in all current items becoming obsolete. This should give Blizzard enough space to completely overhaul current itemization and even maybe lessen the impact of AH/RMAH on the gearing process.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
I would speculate that the level cap will be raised to level 80, so that when the second (and last as far as I know) expansion hits, we can reach level 100
Paragon levels is a whole different story. There are many possible solutions to the "problem" but neither of which seem like the best choice to me. I would say it's very unlikely that Blizzard will kick the high Plevel players in the balls and completely reset Pexp.
I can see 2 possible choices but they certainly can be improved upon:
1) Raise Plevel cap, while leaving the current Plevel of a char. Reaching, let's say 150 plevel, could give the same result as current 100 level OR it could be extra mf/gf if comparing to current 100 plevel.
2) Leave the current EXP of Plevels, but increase exp needed to reach plevels at the new level cap. This way the advantage you would get from being high plevel now would still exist but wouldn't be such a huge factor. Especially, when you evaluate how much more exp higher level monsters will give. This can be combined with plevel limit increase.
My 2 cents,
PS. Soz for bad english
2/13/2013 11:44:53 AM
Posted in: Diablo III General DiscussionQuote from XenocowQuote from rebjornPlease read posts more carefully before you quote and debunk other people's opinion.
I've read you post very carefully, and your statement "gold gonna skyrocket because of the new Moneysinks" is nonsence, just like the statement my friend made.
Prices for gold are dropping since release, it never went up.
That would actually require a few Million players to start playing again.
supply <--> demand
I completely agree that gold prices are bound to drop in a long(er) run, but short term increase in price is very possible.
And to the statement that gold prices never increased - after legendary remaking gold prices went up quite a bit and for quite some time.
On-topic: Does anyone here can confirm 100 percent that US AH had the same issues (0.02 limit) and it was "fixed" and they are back to 0.25 ?
2/4/2013 4:37:56 AM
Would love a key too - firstname.lastname@example.orgPosted in: General Discussion
1/6/2013 12:30:28 PM
No idea when it's coming, but I think that 1,0,7 will def include additional endgame features. Nothing mayor but a serious time sink for sure. This is ofc in addition to dueling.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
1/2/2013 4:20:23 AM
Posted in: Diablo III General DiscussionQuote from TurkNukemI got legit information for this, to dodge the 3 day w8 time, please change your password on the account.. Was told to me by blizzard employee over the phone and it worked fine after i changed it.
Woot, thx a lot. Will def try it
Thx for the input guys
1/2/2013 12:59:31 AM
Hello,Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
I tried googling it but didn't find the info I need. The question is - I think I read somewhere that new accounts can't use RMAH for some time after their registration. Is this correct? And if yes, what is considered new account ? New Bnet account or new d3 licence? And how long is this period?
Thanks in advance,
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