THIS BUILD bringed back the joy to play as a barb to me. I have seen other builds, but based on really good weapons and gear, or crazy high IAS (before the nerf). Back in the day, I gave up hope on my barb, since I was obligued to sword and board, and got no money.
I changed the build a little to suit my needs instead of Wrath of the Berserker I use Earthquake (The Mountain's Call) and Ancient Spear (Dread Spear) in the place of the furious charge. When I see a rare pack I just earthquake+ignore pain, they melt and keep me at full health, If anybody try to run... I hook them back.
I loved the build its great for the 2 handed lovers! if you invest a little on crit, the big numbers start poping everywhere!! +1 to you good sir!!
- 6/29/2012 7:38:57 AM Posted in: Barbarian: Bastion's Keep
6/18/2012 7:53:42 PM
I followed your directions with a few changes and well... Im doing GREAT in inferno, thx for the guide man!Posted in: Monk: The Inner Sanctuary
5/23/2012 8:06:36 PM
msged you *--*Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
5/23/2012 2:15:19 PM
Posted in: Diablo III General DiscussionQuote from GnarfQuote from Cannon-Balls Bookerahhh that's a relief, call me fanboy but I knew blizzard will not screw up with the game, so probally all the QQ I'm seeing is not from the old players of the franchise
that's a very naive and discriminating statement, if i whine in 1 thread im a new player and if i say good things about the game in another thread im an old player?...
it doesnt matter if you played D1 and D2 or not, its about your arguments that you bring to the issue at hand.
You think you have all the brains in the world just because you played D2...
If my post ofended you, I apologize, that was not my intention.
And I'm not saying that "I have all the brains in the world" because I've played the other games of the franchise; But I asked to the older players because they know the feeling of fighting for your life on diablo 1, or cutting throught everything on d2.
As you can see In all posts people share some of they experiencies with the games, talk about the old builds, running throught a door to funnel the mobs... Probally all that people even killed the Butcher on D1 trought a window.
But those statements dont make them any better than the new player, new players to the franchise is always better. But the old ones got 1 thing: Experience in the old games.
But my question here was to people that experienced this moments on the other games, since I think they will have the right answer to my questions, and they got it. I've never got the intention of discriminating or offending somebody by just asking a question.
But you have to admit we are seeing a LOT of people crying out loud here, so I just wanted to know how the game is right now.
Well I hope I did not offended anybody with this post now...
5/23/2012 1:21:13 PM
ahhh that's a relief, call me fanboy but I knew blizzard will not screw up with the game, so probally all the QQ I'm seeing is not from the old players of the franchisePosted in: Diablo III General Discussion
5/23/2012 8:45:05 AM
Well, hello fellow demonslayers, this post will be a little long, so if you dont like to read, just skip to the TL;DR on the end ;]. I don't always post on forums, but when I post, I make it almost like a book. Plus, english is not my main language and I'm self taught on it so this text probally contains a lot of errors.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
I'm a really old fan of the series (and a litte old guy too), since diablo 1 when I was 15 years old... Man the game hit me like a truck, back in the day, me and my friends spent days and days playing it with the dial up connection and all the dcs.
I remember entering rooms full of Spitting Terrors and dying really fast, or try to "run" from the thousand succubus on hell, man that was really fun! The graphics, the music the game everything was so different from all the games I've played I was astonished.
Then diablo 2 came, open enviroment, a lot of new and cool classes, more armorsets, unique spells/skills to each class, the game was great, after sometime I grow tired of infinite boss runs, but still a great game to play with friends, one of the best isometric hack n slash games, if not the best.
But I just dont feel the multyplayer when not playing with friends, since everyone just keep rushing to bosses and killing everything on sight.
Well, and now diablo 3, I'm REALLY hyped to play this game, but luck is never by my side, I didnt get invited to the beta, and since I live outside the US my game will only arrive on june 7 (since I bought a physical media), and well I'm not lucky enough to get a guest pass too...
But I managed to play the beta on some friends acc, and the game was GREAT, the atmosphere, the graphics, the gameplay, everything is a 10/10.
But now lurking the forums I'm seeing a lot of QQers, almost looks like some wow forums and stuff, people claiming the game is easy, solo boss kills on inferno and I'm a little concerned.
I already now that the bosses aren't the focus of the gameplay now, you must hunt down some rare, walk around the map and stuff, and that looks like a lot of fun to me, a lot of time better than boss runs.
So... after that little chat, my question is (to the true fans of the series, not the qqers): How is the game NOW??
It's like diablo 1?? A fight to survive while being overwhelmed by thousand of strong mobs??
Like diablo 2?? Cutting throught all the mobs with really nice skills, and in late game doing a lot of runs for more and more gear??
a mix of both??
TL;DR: to the true fans of the franchise, the old players, how is the game right now?? how are the fight to survive in the world of sanctuary?? It's like the old days of dying on diablo 1?? Or it's like the runs on diablo 2??
11/21/2011 6:42:58 PM
Arrrrrrrr me hearties, I be lurkin' this great, grand forum fer a lon' time,Posted in: Introduction
but I be start postin'from now on...
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An'if some wench is lookin'fer a good lookin' Gentlemen o' fortune, I be at th' lass' service.
that`s 't, ye Landlubbers.
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