I have no concern for those of you who hate the game or perceive console is the solution for offline mode. I only linked this out of my concern for hc mode or lack of Internet connection and wanting to play when I like on my terms. We all know why we have online mode only and it's all to do with control and not gameplay. I never played the other diablos so I have no influence, I don't interact much with the community, but I know what I enjoy and what stops me enjoying things to the full. I like diablo as it stands currently, even though the ah and constant online connection are the major issues.
Personally I don't think we should bring offline to the current environment of play arenas we have, keep those the same and bring in the loot 2.0 as planned, the game has its fans for group play and the ah/loot trading. Instead allow for a new gameplay option (call it 'Arcade' if you like) to be able to have separate characters (not available in other current modes) that you can play by yourself however you like, hc or sc, much like how the console operates. Then you have no issue of hacking causing an issue in current online modes, players also have a stable environment to play hc in, those that want self found can do so and those that have no connection can still play the game.
Forcing people down paths isn't the answer, giving them options, choice and freedom makes for a much more enjoyable experience and happier players, as we're all different and enjoy different things.
- 9/8/2013 8:20:37 AM Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
9/7/2013 4:29:43 AM
According to this article there will never be an offline mode on the pc version. Lets hope we never get Internet issues.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
9/5/2013 3:26:12 AM
You can upgrade the MH to include Socket and Crit Dam, that'll improve things, but obviously more Expensive. Can start to look at Crit Mempo's, but again expensive. Other than that try and get more All Res Gear and Vit on items while maintaining and improving crit chance, crit dam, attack speed and dex. This will give you less reliance on OWE and allow you to be build flexable etc.Posted in: Monk: The Inner Sanctuary
You can always look down the EF/Rare route for the off hand too as again that'll give you more scope on builds and better EHP/DPS. You can also keep crafting to get those 'perfect' rolls.
I'd throw a Red Gem in the helm for some more experience too
9/3/2013 3:02:26 AM
You're only running 12% movement (unless you changed an item). There are 2 routes for this. Dump the Iceclimbers (same philosphy as the Mempo with Crit) and a Ring and get Nat Boots and Nat Ring for the extra 12% Movement and the nice Crit Bonus from 2 set. Alternatively get some Lacuni's for Movement, but a good pair will be pricey. Personally I'd Nat it and dump the crap bracers for a crafted pair.Posted in: Monk: The Inner Sanctuary
OWE is good, unless you're not stacking one resist like yourself, start looking for gear with the same resist, it takes time, but worth it.
As Monk_101 mentioned crafting is the way to go. Craft Shoulders, Amu, Bracers and Gloves you get some very nice upgrades, but they require farming those DE's :P
8/21/2013 4:57:24 AM
Kinda makes sense to have another strength classPosted in: News & Announcements
8/21/2013 4:57:24 AM
Kinda makes sense to have another strength classPosted in: General Discussion
8/21/2013 3:11:33 AM
[Updated] Blizzard's Gamescom Stream, A Detailed Look at D3's Booth, Leads to Expansion Trailer Confirmationposted a message onIt's going to be a long day of pressing F5Posted in: News & Announcements
8/21/2013 3:11:33 AM
It's going to be a long day of pressing F5Posted in: General Discussion
7/29/2013 11:13:50 AM
Thanks for the time on that post Zero(pS) i'll definitely be coming back to this when i'm 60.Posted in: Barbarian: Bastion's Keep
I'm currently running http://us.battle.net...YSUk!bcV!ZaZZZa to level at the moment as I like all the skills involved, especially rend.
On a side note, Skorn looks appealing. i guess just go for as much DPS on it as you can afford and get LS on a Belt?
7/28/2013 7:33:17 AM
I just got back to the game since June last year. Previously did inferno on a DH and WD back in release and never remained active. So I'm back playing a barb and really enjoying it, however I need some advice on where to begin once I hit inferno and after. Got 2m to spend and need to invest wisely.Posted in: Barbarian: Bastion's Keep
Is 2h viable for inferno, or 1h shield?
Also where do I progress after inferno, do I farm that for gear or move up to this (is it called mp?) Also what builds are viable at inferno, I'm obviously due to test skills as I level but a head start would be valuable and time efficient.
Sorry for the noob questions, it's been a year! Also if there are any threads that I obviously missed point me there instead and close this.
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