Come to Finland during the darkest winter and let's go meet Santa Claus 8) and do some ice hole swimming of course!
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1/14/2014 11:42:43 AM
I sold all my gear from all characters, gems, crafting mats and sold all the gold i got in the RMAH. Played the PTR with nothing, and really enjoyed it :).Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
10/2/2013 6:29:29 AM
But considering the +exp% is multiplicative, the few percent could stack up to a nice overall amount of additional bonus exp + the paragon levels take increasingly long to achieve the further you go.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
10/2/2013 5:03:05 AM
I don't know how or whether NV will change in some way when RoS comes out, but since paragon no longer has a cap, the bonus xp% becomes increasingly important.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
So here goes:
Bonus experience from NV could be changed to something that promotes longer runs and even full playthroughs, without punishing casual players by making the bonus exp% granted by NV stack normally through 1-5. After that, each elite pack killed could grant a diminishing amount of bonus exp. Ie. from 5% to just 1% per elite pack slain. For example the first 10 additional stacks could grant you 3%, the next 10 2% and so forth. Dying could also remove a stack from you, but you could never go below 5 stacks.
This way the casual player could still enjoy the benefit of playing a short time or making shorter runs and allow those who prefer longer runs have the possibility to gain some extra bonuses from killing elites.
This is all just speculation so let the discussion begin. Post your thoughts peepz.
2/17/2012 2:01:15 AM
I think the monk stands a fair chance against a hammer pounding barb. The vast amount of dodging abilities to choose from, without sacrificing damage output is just better than any other class IMO. However one or two cataclysmic blows from a barbs hammer will definitely smash you to oblivion.Posted in: PvP Discussion
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