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May 19, 2012Posted in: Diablo III General DiscussionQuote from Todesbote
ITT: complaining about complainers
why do you even give a f*** what other people think or say or expect from the game? just play with your friends, have fun and stop caring about the opinions of people you don't even know.
People come here to learn about the game, discuss the game and enjoy the excitement of a release many of us waited for over a half-decade to play. Yet we have to wade through the garbage of thread after thread of people that;
1) Aren't fans of the franchise/Aren't familiar with the Diablo template
2) Are immature
3) Are impatient
4) Are trolls
I don't like Call Of Duty. I thought it sucked. Did I join a CoD fan forum and troll it to death with complaints? No. I wouldn't frequent a website with the word (GAME I HATE) combined with the word "fan". If they don't like it, go away, please. Criticism is one thing, we all have that and it can be constructive. But the immature ranting about Blizzard being a scrupulous greedy corporation and this game sucking.......go away.
Mar 13, 2012Indimix,Posted in: Hardcore Discussion
I can't speak for everyone, but i can certainly give you my perspective on playing Hardcore. Let me preface by stating that I am a D2 player that had 4 characters over lvl 95, HC...(all died).
For a certain segment of the gaming population, which includes myself, once you play HC, you can never go back to normal.
It was mentioned by someone else. It is the "RUSH"....the adrenaline rush. You can't be tired. You can't be drunk. You can't be slow. You can't be stupid. You can't be underprepared. I would almost give you the comparison to my suzuki hayabusa gxsr 1300 motorcycle. You need to be on your game at all times. One mistake and this ride is over my friend.
Even if you do everthing right, you can still die. BUT, the thrill of knowing that every step you take needs to be spot on, gives meaning to the game you will never experience otherwise.
When you have 500 hours invested in a character, and top gear, and your fighting in the hardest parts of the game, you will know fear, comradarie and excitement. You will never find this in normal.
Additionally, the people you know in the game that do the same....have a bond with you. Playing HC deserves some level of respect, not for being cool, or having a big EPEEN, but for having perserverence, dedication, awareness, and love for the game.
To be able to lose a character you have dedicated that much time to, and pick yourself up and do it again, speaks volumes. Give it a try and you may understand. If not, no big deal, there is always softcore
With so many players dying in Hardcore it tends to cull out the weak or impatient. It makes top gear MUCH, MUCH harder to obtain.
One final piece of advice. If you do play hardcore, be sure to keep sets of back up gear in your shared stash or on mules. Also, take the game a little slower. Be overprepared, overleveled, or overgeared or all three. I also like to keep multiple characters going at the same time. So if i lose one, I still have a back up to farm new gear with etc...
Good luck my friend. The beta is awesome, and I just can't wait to play this game.
Apr 16, 2011I swear to Allah I'm just in my major because I like helping people cure their illnesses whilst simultaneously being treated like a piece of expendable shit by doctors and other staff in the hospital. I'LL MAKE THEM ALL PA..really, I just like it.Posted in: Off-Topic
He's all shy and appears to be a homosexual from afar, but is extremely shy and a flaming homosexual upon closer inspection. He's the nice guy in parties who doesn't try that hard but still gets some..like Raj from The Big Bang Theory, only he's not Indian..and he's much stupider. I think everybody likes him, unless he goes all Dark Side of the Force on their asses.
Oh, and btw, this girl in my class who I'm really "loose" with in terms of language and all that, kicked my in my hip (which is KILLING me) because I slapped her ass randomly. She does have nice knockers, though.
Mar 15, 2011Posted in: Off-Topic
Eh?Quote from Kildeer888
I think this is just a coincidence cause in Denmark we write it like this: dd/mm/yyyy as opposed to mm/dd/yyyy.
Isn't the result still the same? I mean if you write it as 11/09/01 (110901) + 10/03/11 (100311), you still get 21st of December 2012 (211212---21/12/12)....
Am I missing some numerology thingy here?
Anyway, I have never met anybody who actually believe in that thing. Like seriously believed in it. Still, it would be fun imagining the end of the world in a year or so and consequently all the things you would do differently.
Personally, I would start getting stuff for my joint from Jamoose's source. His posts are awesome.
Apr 27, 2010Hey guys, new to the forums here feels weird first post in a sc2 thread on "diablofans" lol anyways long story short friend couldn't build a computer in time for sc2 beta so I am giving my extra key away, How about First post? Go!Posted in: Starcraft & SC2
Ps I just got into beta myself and am looking for some people to play beta with! I am not very good haven't played starcraft in what 6 years or something but getting better! Forty.rice
Nov 7, 2009@donsroPosted in: Other Games
The two are completely different types of games. Here it is in a nutshell, if you want an updated CoD 4 (im somewhat assuming) then get MW2 (i am not supporting them lol, besides BF:BC2 is gonna be better IMO), otherwise get borderlands. I own borderlands, and while it cant possibly hold up to diablo in the sense of replayability and all that, what game can? IMO borderlands is about a 9. It is not perfect, as i could point out many flaws, but none of which are game ruining, rather they are hindrences that make the game fall short of being a game i could play as long as diablo II. I love the game and the shooter aspects of the game are very well done, and combat is fun. I reccomend the game if you like FPS's and Diablo
Aug 3, 2009Luckily I won't have to worry about magic ^^.Posted in: Roleplaying
I've got melee combat to worry about though :/.
Speaking of which... how exactly are we supposed to handle melee/ranged combat ?
Do we explain our characters moves/tecnhiques, as well as those of the monsters/people we are fighting ?
I guess I'll write out how I'm assuming we'll be handling combat... correct me if I'm wrong of course.
Ignis heard a deafening roar some twenty feet behind him, and bolted towards a tree as an axe whistled past. The axe grazed his left arm, leaving a several inch gash along the length of his leather sleeve. Ignis swore under his breath, and gathering his senses, peeked out from behind the tree. He saw a brutish red humanoid standing 7 feet tall creeping closer towards him, it carried what looked like a fence post, and had some form of dog leashed to his hand. The dog was an ugly creature, foaming and growling insanely as it barked in Ignis's direction. The red beast caught sight of Ignis once more, and grinned as he let go of the strap that was holding his hound.
The dog streaked towards Ignis, and launched itself at him when it was several feet away. Ignis quickly ducked under, and drawing his katana, thrust it up into the air as the hound sailed overhead. The blade drove into the dog's gut, and tore a deep wound along it's length, the momentum of it's jump becoming it's undoing. The dog hit the ground with a thud, innards spilling out as the force of the fall was dispersed through it's body. The hound barked feebly at Ignis, and after thrasing around for several seconds, went limp.
Distracted, Ignis did not notice the red brute rushing towards him. He looked up in time just to duck out of the way of the makeshift cudgel, and backed up to avoid the next attack. Putting several feet between himself and the brute, Ignis jerked his right hand towards it, which loosed the knife strapped to his arm, and sent it sailing towards the monster. The fiend howled as the knife sunk deep into the flesh of it's shoulder. Seemingly unphased, it rushed Ignis once more and caught him in the shin with his club. Ignis was sent sprawling to the ground, and had to roll aside to avoid a follow up attack.
As his aggressor brought it's club up for another swipe, Ignis threw a handul of dry dirt into it's eyes. The fiend, now barely able to see, was at the mercy of Ignis's blade. Ignis rolled to the side to avoid any further attacks, as the monster was now flailing his club around to defend himself. Ignis drew a knife out of his boot, aimed, and threw it towards it's leg. Luckily, it sunk into it's kneecap, and brought it to the ground with a roar. Ignis wasted no time, drew his second blade, his Wakizashi, with his left hand, and sprinted towards the fiend. In seconds he was upon it, raining blows with right and left blades. After several seconds of constant slices, the beast stopped moving. After a minute of exhausted breathing, Ignis ripped his 2 knives from the beast's kneecap and shoulder.
Ignis tore a tooth from it's maw, added it to a bracelet he kept, before continuing on his merry way.
.... Something like that, I hope ?
Be aware that this is my first time writing out a detailed combat scenario, so I guess it's better to fail at it here, than in the actual RP.
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