You missed the point, what I was talking about is about having some use for every item that currently drops for you. In the case you mentioned, notice that in my example the only difference would be that the blue one would somewhat force the legendary random attributes to not be so random, and more according to what stats the blue already has. So, if I just want a legendary I can gamble with a white item, no big deal, it wont be 100% of the time a better item if I put a blue there, just that the odds would probable be better.
- 12/12/2013 6:00:33 PM Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
12/12/2013 12:43:35 PM
Exactly, another example, in D2 according to how good was the white item, the runeword's quality was affected, reason why ethereal (cannot be repaired) weapons were very useful combined with runewords that had the indestructible affix.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
Here, in D3, the weapons are "soul less", it means, it doesn't matter how good, rare the weapon/item is, it's all the same. Personally, I don't like that. I would like to hunt for a specific kind and quality of weapon.
I think there was something planned around the idea of different white items qualities, and it was just removed, like a lot of features that didn't make it into the game. After all, what's the reason for so many attributes (fine, solid, superior, etc) that items have?.
It just feels rushed and patched.
Here, simple solution: (for the ones who say that I'm only bad news and negative comments)
- highest possible quality white weapon + brimstone + some other not so easy to get crafts/items + considerable amount of money = legendary version of that white item. It not only makes white items interesting but also lets you hunt an specific legendary. Same rule could apply to blues, maybe the difference could be that the outcome legendary has stats that are related to the blue stats.
Voila, new "generic runewords", that doesn't even need new content, it uses what is already in the game.
12/12/2013 8:49:43 AM
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I never said that they should be viable, as in competing with Rares or Legendaries. I said that it would be cool if they serve a purpose, instead of being pinata stuff/craft material. Like, I don't know, find a perfect version of certain type of sword, to use it in a recipe, and you can find these special recipes all across the game.Quote from Bleu42I don't understand this obsession with making whites and blues actually viable. They already serve a pretty good purpose; you'll use them leveling up, and you need their crafting materials for higher end crafting. I'm all for making runewords in the future, but the state they are in now is perfectly fine, and Blizzard doesn't need to waste any more resource time on them.
12/11/2013 3:21:39 PM
What a shame, I hope they get some love in at some point.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
12/11/2013 2:02:05 PM
Just curious, is Blizzard going to address this?, it would be cool if they serve some purpose, let alone runewords, but, I dont know, something maybe minor, who knows.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
12/4/2013 9:28:08 AM
Is it just me or it feels like they are amateurish at best when talking about design...Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
12/3/2013 4:32:58 PM
That together with 250ms of latency and a poor network coding making it a bad experience for me to play.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
If only Blizzard could take some ideas from them and others RPG's out there...
12/3/2013 4:27:58 PM
I detect a high level of hate against the OP, I wonder where does it come from, maybe dedicated players have a serious amount of hate against botters.. still, if he said that the project never ran, why are you not believing him?, Blizzard could perfectly scan his HD and find certain files that are flagged as botish material. Who knows.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
Sorry son, you got NSA'd.
12/3/2013 4:17:02 PM
Why do ppl speak in terms of complains or not complains?, who cares, what are they saying?, is it a logical argument?, or is pure rage nonsense?.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
If the majority of posts are related to complaints, then there is probably something wrong with the game.
12/2/2013 10:03:06 AM
Well, technically speaking, if you didn't bot, what you do in your free time with harmless code is up to you, and they shouldn't assume that you are going to use that code for botting. It's like sending a man to prison because he was studying a gun, and he could probably use it to kill someone.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
That is, if and only if you didn't use the bot, of course.
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