8/3/2012 1:53:41 PM
What you're asking for is that each enemy drop some form of currency, and when you have enough of said currency, you can go to a shop and trade them in for decent gear? Isn't that the current system? Each enemy drops gold or items which can be vendored for gold; after you have enough gold, you can head on over to the Auction House and purchase decent gear.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
8/3/2012 12:54:42 PM
A lot of the charm discussion made me think of the Talisman mechanic that was scrapped over a year ago. It was basically a small disk with 13 slots, for storing 1x1 charms.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
One issue I see with charms is balance. As Zakaz said:
If it's too high, RA will be mandatory on charms instead of on gear. If it's too low, players will simply stack crit, crit damage, attack speed, or life on hit which are only available on a select few pieces of gear. Then you have to consider the overall balance of the game. By introducing new sources for stat points, you're also increasing the "cap" in which some stats can be reached. For example, currently, you can get around 50% of crit; with charms, you may be able to get 100%.Quote from ZakazI mean, if you're talking about effectively reducing the stat requirement on gear through subsidization via charms, how many of each "stat" would be afforded to those items? 50 per? 100 per?
7/31/2012 5:03:59 PM
Posted in: Other GamesQuote from zach3427totally understand, I guess I should maybe try dota2 and see how much different it is..
don't know what you're talking about getting last hit on creeps, how is it different in dota?
and the games length definitely depends on if someone is dumb and feeds, as of know I feel like every character is op in their own way..
In dota, you can last hit your own creeps to deny gold from opponents.
7/29/2012 10:35:41 AM
In WoW, you take a 10% durability loss on each piece you are wearing each time you die. When you rez via Spirit Healer, you take a 25% durability loss on every piece of gear, including the ones in your bags, in addition to getting a resurrection sickness debuff which lowers your stats and damage by 75%.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
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