A new full big Act.
A new class (strenght based... a druid/shapeshifter something like the D2 LoD one)
More gems (+all res, +armor +lifesteal...)
Runewords ok, charms definitely NOT ok.
More "randomness" on levels layout, something closer to D1 randomness and roguelike in general
A more customizable crafting. Right now crafting is just "pay gold and mats for a random drop". The archon armor recipes is one good example to start.
Elixirs that boost stats or skills for a certain period of time (Increase Int by 100 for 5 minute, or increase damage of Whirlwind by 5% for 5 minutes and so on).
Aaaaand can we please, please, PLEEEEASE have a no-pickup option? Can we? Like, right now, since it's not a thing big enough to require a whole expansion to implement?
- 5/26/2013 8:02:20 AM Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
4/15/2013 1:42:43 PM
Just for nitpicking, D3 is not free... subscription free, yes, but it didn't exactly came cheap...Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
Anyway, I totally agree. Yes D3 It's different from D2, but doesn't mean it's worse.
With Blizzard you must have some patience (sometime lot... i don't disagree) but it pay off a lot.
I still have to find something that make me say "No, I don't play anymore". Just for example, I 60ed all classes and I'm rising a second char for each class just for the achievement.
All in all, just let the haters stew in their own bile
11/25/2012 10:21:43 AM
My first legen dropped on Act I nightmare,with my barb, from a normal zombie in one of the crypts, a nice strenght Chaingmail.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
He promptly weared it and never removed it until lvl 60.
10/31/2012 12:06:35 PM
I pick up everything, even blue items.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
Blue items > vendor.
Yellow, quick id (now quicker with 1.5) quick look at stats and then either vendor or if some waguely interesting stats AH for 10k. wich almost always sell.
TIme waste? Not so much, evey time I have full inv, quick dump in the stash, end farming session 3 minutes tops I ID/vendor everything.
The 2-3 items that I find somewhat interesting go in ah. Another minute scarse.
4 minutes, 5 at very worst. Not efficient? Maybe, but it's a little but useful gold source, never fear of repairs and giving a try to Headrig skills every once in a while.
9/26/2012 11:05:06 AM
Humongoid is objectively the best of all, but I keep using bruiser, just for the awesome grunts it does when it strikes. UUUARHG *SMASH* whitemob oneshotted!Posted in: Witch Doctor: The Mbwiru Eikura
9/2/2012 8:59:07 AM
Call it nerf, call it fix. It will change. I knew it the moment I've read the patch notes. "Yea, 1500%, like it will last"Posted in: Demon Hunter: The Dreadlands
I don't bother, I always used Tumble because just one Vault is often insufficient to deass the area.
Noobs will whine, good players will adapt.
8/4/2012 11:01:53 AM
It's not a rant/whine about the class.Posted in: Witch Doctor: The Mbwiru Eikura
While I 60'ed all other classes without problems, I'm lost with the Witch Doctor still at lvl 33 act 1 Nighmare.
It seems I can't just grasp how to properly play this class.
Monk/Barb? Get close and personal and rip off heads left and right.
DH/Mage? Keep your distance and blast'em into the oblivion.
Pets? Even with pet buffing passives dogs die like flies. Garg it's ok, but sometimes it has problem with champions.
Spells?... slow, all too slow. Maybe I'm too much accustomed with the fast killing skills of other classes, but.. dunno. I don't want spitting darts 90% of the time.
But overall, mana. I'm always, always mana starved.
Spirit walk + mana regen rune help very little, many skills cost a lot of mana.
Especially on champions. Grasp+ Acid cloud+ One single fire bat = 0 mana and mobs STILL swarming around.
I don't know exactly how I reached lvl 33 (well, yes, normal is stupidly easy, the "my cat can do it just by walking on the keyboard" easy) I even died to Diablo, or more precisely, my clone. Who knew he could oneshot me with zombie bears?
Anyway, I need some very basic directions, mainly not which skills to use, but actually HOW to play, the basic concept of being a WD. Thanks!
7/4/2012 8:53:26 AM
I just stepped in inferno with two chars (mage and dh)Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
I never buy from AH, only sell.
Yes, I STILL enjoying blowing up demons left and right and I still love when a yellow drops, no matter if 9 out of 10 is just vendor/forge food.
Yes I love to slowly upgrade my pgs. Or just try new weird builds because, you must know, I'm not lying to myself. It's just that I'm a weird person.
See, my weirdness is that I don't enjoy finishing the game as fast as possible, but playing it to *gasp* have fun! Yes, I'm that weird huh?
Players claims that there is no "end game" content... what sort of content you mean? D2 was the game I played the longest on my 20 years+ of gaming carrer. Many people here come from D2 . I ask you. What was the end game content that glued so many players in D2? And don't bring me the 1.09 patch, because it was added an awful lot of time after the LoD expansion release.
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