3/5/2014 11:38:24 PM
Which is stronger how/when/why? Thanks brosPosted in: Wizard: The Ancient Repositories
3/4/2014 3:44:57 PM
Hey fellow Wizards,Posted in: Wizard: The Ancient Repositories
So what is everyone's favorite route?
So far I have been doing Full keep clears... but i am trying to branch out. What is everyone else doing?
3/4/2014 3:41:30 PM
Best Jaetch World :)Posted in: Wizard: The Ancient Repositories
3/3/2014 11:00:46 PM
Hi Jaetch!Posted in: Wizard: The Ancient Repositories
So I am SURE you have been asked to stream MANY times... but I think us young wizards would GREATLY appreciate listening in and watching you and your clan grind the gears and talk about builds and what not! Anyway if its not to much to ask... WE WOULD WATCH! <3
2/28/2014 5:15:47 PM
So in D3V i think many of us started out "Maining" a class, but over time got bored because there we had tried EVERY build and had most of if not all BIS for our main character. I always like mastering a class and really experimenting with builds and what not. I am thinking that this may be a lot more feasible with the changes in the current patch and RoS. What do you all think?Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
2/28/2014 2:19:17 AM
Just been playing around with this but its really funPosted in: Wizard: The Ancient Repositories
Electrocute W/ Arc Lightning
For regaining Arcane Power and stacking Arcane Dynamo
Energy Twister W/ Storm Chaser
Main Damage, try to use at least 3 before switching back to Electrocute. Use as much as possible
Wave of Force W/ Static Pulse
Cast once every 4 seconds or when new enemies come into range. Used primarily as a debuff
Teleport W/ Calamity
Defensive / Utility. Use to stun or re position
Storm Armor W/ Shocking Aspect
Anadditionalsource of damage. Can be swapped for preferred rune depending on crit chance.
Magic Weapon W/ Electrify
More lightning damage means more stun potential.
All sources of damage are lightning (minus the occasional Calamity), i ten to keep targets stunned quite often with this
Seeing as this is a mid ranged build, you will be in melee quite alot. Unless you have godly tank stats this is a must.
This has a cool synergy with this build as you can stack it really fast with Electrocute, then you use a tornado which gets the boost as long as its up. Since you get a storm buff for 3 stacks of tornados, this is a nice synergy.
If you need more re positioning, you can swap arcane for illusionist.
What do you guys think?
2/26/2014 2:29:28 PM
So before i took an extended break several months ago, I was working hard on a sleet stormer. I was doing mp8-9. Now that I am back, I want to take advantage of the sleet storm change, but find myself doing torment 1-2. Anybody have some extensive knowledge from the PTR or otherwise on what is a good modernized sleet storm build? Thanks <3Posted in: Wizard: The Ancient Repositories
2/25/2014 9:27:25 PM
Hey guys! I haven't been following the updates in a while. Kinda stopped playing after they announced the auction house was dropping. Originally I was going to save my "D3 Energy" for RoS, but is it worth getting an early start?Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
9/17/2013 2:31:35 PM
I was thinking also that it may be a cool idea to have something like a trade lounge. Maybe a custom town-like level (or just Act 1/5) where players could join (between 8-16), and trade. Personally I always liked in D2 being able to go to trade rooms and do business. OOO maybe that could turn the Act 1 Tavern into a trade room, or make a bigger levelPosted in: Diablo III General Discussion
9/17/2013 2:20:58 PM
Posted in: Diablo III General DiscussionQuote from Mini641
I have a feeling the games economy and trading in general will be near non-existent.
If the loot is anything like the console version which it probably will be without a AH.
Players will simply farm for their own items or farm in a very small group and share.
Stuff like account wealth and item worth wont matter at all.
Gold wont really matter since crafting and any other gold sink will be killed off by low costs.
I've seen it happen in D3 on Console, In Torchlight 2 on PC. I expect D3 on PC to follow suit. The only trading based ARPG left will be PoE and that game is like that because the drops really, really suck and the entire game is a life sink.
Thats actually a good point, for me as a player of the Diablo series, I actually prefer solo play for the most part. It would be nice to think that my own farming will be all I need to make my characters top tier and then maybe some trading for perfect gear towards the end may be nice
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