For anyone who isn't familiar with Hamachi, it's a networking tool that lets people connect over LAN.
Or, we can sit around and have MSN-style chat.
Me and a couple friends from here have a network set up to just bullshit every now and then.
But anyways, as for gaming, we can connect over LAN to play Diablo II with our fellow Diablo Fans.
If you want to join up, make an account on Hamachi and download it, then join the network "Dfans Gaming", there is no password.
Hope to see you in game soon :D.
edit: Anyone is welcome, by the way :D.
Even you lurkers.
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This should have a link straight from the home page. It would be awesome if we could start weekly events and publicize them to get people playing. Of course, I still prefer vanilla D2:LoD Ladder on Battle.net, so you won't see me there anytime soon. Too many mod players on LAN mode, you crazy people you.
Because multiple members are from different countries, therefore this would create major LAG(Europe players connecting to US realms etc.) + you can't play mods on battle.net
Well I don't see how that problem can be solved elsewise other than by specifying by the game's identifier of the host's country; there's no difference between "LAN" and "Open" and therefor you can still play mods.
No, we can't play mods on open battlenet.
We could play them on custom closed battle net realms, but those are illegal n' such.
Not to mention full of hackers.
I'm not sure where you got the idea that you can't but I assure you that you can. Open Battle.net simply provides an advertising service for your game; there are zero checks of your game client (nor does Warden exist)
There are often Eastern Sun games advertised on Open.