1/8/2013 3:11:56 AM
You might nr right there. What should I aim for in all res, HP and armor?Posted in: Demon Hunter: The Dreadlands
1/8/2013 1:29:12 AM
http://eu.battle.net/d3/en/profile/Leafblower-2930/hero/38938Posted in: Demon Hunter: The Dreadlands
Im trying to reach the 200k deeps barrier without Sharpshooter ofc, but I not sure which items would be best to upgrade.
Not sure which items are best cost/benefit vice. I simply dont know enough about the game, and AH.
My bugdet is around 20mil atm.
2/28/2012 1:31:27 AM
I think this will be my lvling build for my ww barb.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
Its based on having as much fury as I think i'll need, and the ability to escape with stun and slow when it gets difficult.
I've taken some "stay alive longer" skills that I think will help me once I reach nightmare
2/21/2012 2:13:52 PM
Never give up, Never surrenderPosted in: Diablo III General Discussion
You might get lucky, there's a lot of people hoping, and about 99.8% won't get a key
But u gotta admit, trying is exciting, but that F5 key is getting pretty trashed :P
2/20/2012 1:57:25 AM
Posted in: Diablo III General DiscussionQuote from IgnatiusReilly
Quote from CorruptDevil
All that old stuff has been ripped out theres nothing left. The cauldron the stone the cube. The companion scrolls. The runes. Its all gone or changed in a bad way.
It's hard for me to believe that those elements are central to Diablo 3's success. The game is more than just a few neat features after all.
Runes are still there working fundamentally the same way, but with a different means to acquire them. Companion Scrolls...ehhhh, hard to see how that was a game defining feature. Cube and Cauldron were at best elements that affected game pacing, hardly core systems you could base your overall enjoyment on.
To say there's nothing left is a bit on the extreme side of things.
All of those things were added because Blizzard thought it would be cool to have them, and I thought so aswell. Now their removed (I think its because it was easyer this way) and thats kind of sad. Blizzard North didnt remove stuff if they wanted it. They made it fit the game.
And u cant really say that going from having to farm runes to get better effects from your skill, to getting them added as u lvl isnt a huge removal. Runes are now an extra passive skill. (Bad Blizzard..... BAD!)
But who am I to raise the blizzard workers. They've made great games before, and Im sure D3 will be great aswell. However it prolly wont be what I was hoping, and I will most likely spend al ot less time on it then I thought 1 year ago.
From where I stand, the game is being made more and more "first time gamer friendly", which propperly fits well in every good buisness model. But I was so hoping Blizzard didnt make the same mistakes I think they made it WoW. Making it less and less appealing to the hardcore fans, in hopes of pulling in new players.
When Blizzard says: We didnt think the "feature" added anything to the game or It didnt work as intended. I can only translate it into: We're nurfing the game, so everyone can do everything without getting fustrated.
Sadly I like getting fustrated over games, thats why I keep playing them, because I wanna beat that damn boss, or get the freaking item.
Whats next? Removing 6 tiers of gems, so u can get the best gems, playing on nightmare, and boosting the droprate of epic items so u get atleast 5 pr act u play through?
Blizzard plz remember why people keep playing D2. Its sure as hell not to see new content, go back to caring about the replay value.
I might be the only one seeing the problems with the changes, in that case im happy for all of the rest of you.
A final sidenote: Blizzard made it so you could get D3 for free if u tired yourself to 1 year of WoW. (Which I did) and then changed the game A LOT. Dont really think that is fair to the people who "preordered" based on the game as it was at that time.
Yes u can say its not their problem, and they can change what they want it isnt released, and they didnt promise that the features would make it into the final game. But why did they think people said yes to this offer? Maybe because they thought the info avaliable spelled promise of a great game, that reminded them of D2 ( It did for me anyways)
Still a sad Panda :/
2/20/2012 1:36:27 AM
Posted in: Diablo III General DiscussionQuote from hash0ne
Yes I do hope endgame will keep me playing for a very long time. But with that being said, you've just been too hyped for too long. Just put it off your mind until the actual game comes out, your just ruining it for yourself with all these assumptions cause the game isn't going to be good for you with all these thoughts in your head.
Once the game is released, its pretty much impossiable to impact the features it contains. They can patch stuff in ofc, but the most likely wont change too much.
So speaking your opinion now, when the game is not yet released, is sort of your only chance of impacting the outcome, in a direction you like. And I (as already postet) prefer the farming aspect of the game. And think the game has gone from VERY INTERESTING, to "something I hope I'm currently wrong about".
WoW started out being difficult and ended up being easy.
D3 seems to be starting of waaay to easy (Yes I do know Inferno will be hard) But I mean gear/skills and rune wise. I sadly belive I way to fast will have great gear on all my chars, making it fairly pointless to continue farming
2/20/2012 12:39:06 AM
We were all excited when all the new stuff , it was brand new. but now most of it is old and we are getting bored. Sadly...Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
I have to say I too don't like the new changes to the runes.
Blizzard keeps removing the need to farm, which was what I liked about D2. Now I can go to work for 2 hrs, and buy the item I hard to farm for in D2. AH is great, RMAH not so great.
I also fell the game it being made for little kids, which again is sad, cus most little kids play new games every 2nd day (my experience) and right now the game it getting ruined for us "old" ppl, who liked D2 for what it was.
Ofc we need new stuff, I don't want a new D2 with better gfx. But the core of D2. Perfecting your build, and farming items is pretty much ruined for me.
someone wrote inferno will be hard as hell, and kick our butts.
Indeed it will, but once complete u don't need to do it again. I can get the best items without having anything to trade with. There by losing the interesting part of farming for better stuff.
They also said it was possible to solo inferno at some point... gonna leave that there.
I've played WoW from day 1, and seen it go from at very difficult game where 40 had to be hardcore to get Ragnaros and spend hrs farming potions. To a game where 20 random people can clear all raid content without bringing their brains.
I don't want that for D3, but atm. I believe that's where we are going.
Inferno will be nurfed as soon as people start whining. Blizzard did it in WoW, D3 won't be any different on that account :(
I too am very sad about all the changes!
2/20/2012 12:11:02 AM
Sort of agree, like the old system better though.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
2/19/2012 1:21:21 AM
If u to go Canirunit.com or http://www.systemreq...cyri/intro.aspx (same site)Posted in: Technical Support
U can select Diablo 3 and test if u can run it according to the current requirements from the beta.
Most people should have no problem. The requirements are fairly low
2/19/2012 12:40:05 AM
Its hard to comment without having actually tryed the game, but from the streams I've seen he seems a bit to powerful, though im pretty sure it will even out once you reach nightmare. Kind a like the Necro, where u had a hard time getting those first skills to get your skellie/summoning up ^^Posted in: Witch Doctor: The Mbwiru Eikura
But they had to do something, after the Laoric video, just like the thorns video.
Glad to see their buffing DH a bit. She still seems to be the least powerful class.
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