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Nov 19, 2011Damn! I like this. It certainly seems like it would bring back that uneasy feeling of not knowing what's around the corner. I doubt I would add this to my files folder as I'm sure I'll be able to adjust the settings in game to my liking. This is right on par with what I wanted originally.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
Oct 27, 2011Posted in: Lore & StorylineQuote from yadigg
Quote from Daemaro
I mean he could be referring to him and the other demons in the room though.
I don't think that was it, because if you listen to the entire monologue, Azmodan speaks to Leah as if he is specifically talking to HER. Saying, "You thought you were so clever that you had outwit us all. One by one our brethren fell into your trap, but not me, I defy you." Hopefully I got that right but assuming I did, just that excerpt speaks to Leah as if he is referring directly her.
I don't see how Leah had any part in events leading up to this point. It couldn't possibly be "your trap"(aka Leah's trap, she was an infant/fetus) I feel Azmodan is speaking to Diablo because of how he says what he says and definitely the "our brethren" part of the dialogue is a possibility of Azmodan speaking to Diablo/Diablo's corrupting influence within Leah. I may be wrong but who doesn't love a good conspiracy theory?
Besides all that it needs to be said.. If I was Diablo I would want to be inside Leah too. She's a hottie! LoL
Oct 6, 2011Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
The man that introduced me to the diablo series, my best friend of 18 years died Oct. 14, 2010. He was so excited about the announcement and was going to roll a barb. Goddamn your comment Deventh. You made me shed yet another tear over my fallen brother.Quote from Deventh
I wonder how many thousands of fans died waiting for the sequel of the series to be released...probably lots...Quote from OmniNom
Short answer: Blizz makes good games.
Blizz has small development teams, which are better for quality but bad for time. This, coupled with their high standards means their dev cycle is long as all hell.
Size doesn't factor in as much as you might think, since generally bigger games have farther spread content. Depends on the game.
Sep 19, 2011Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
I didn't fully understand that question.Quote from eber
Do you think that once you'll rune your skill you can change the rune you have previously runed it with? If it's possible then there will be no need to have several same-class characters.
I presume a melee oriented wiz will have gear and skills that focus on higher defense, hp and damage mitigation vs a caster that focuses more on spellpower adding items. It seems that aside from runes you would need to carry with you a shield, sword and the various armors to switch from one spec to another.
Sep 19, 2011Solid reasons guys and/or gals. I will probably have a low level dueler monk that I feed twinkies to from my main char. I'll also dabble in hardcore once I get the feel for how the enemies play and feel confident with a build I think will last. I personally don't intend to sell any of my characters. I just like playing games for fun BUT if someone is gonna pay a pretty penny for a level 60... Well, you know what they say. Money talks and this nub will be doin another walkthrough xDPosted in: Diablo III General Discussion
Sep 19, 2011Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
The inventory of your characters is not shared. The "shared stash" that sits in town is shared between characters. Oh man if all characters had the same inventory then who'd want to make more than 1 char period?(rhetorical)Quote from Moxx
Your inventory will get twice as cluttered if you make two wizards, the inventory is shared. I don't see any point in making more than one of each class, unless you're talking hardcore. A major reason for being able to respec on the fly is that you wont need to make several characters of the same class. Also, I can't actually tell you if im gonna make more than one of each class, because I haven't played the damn game yet.
> this discussion is pointless and far too theoretical to gain anything from
I gather that you'll be lugging around all your runes and gear to switch between a caster and melee wiz? A summon wd and a dps/cc wd?
For a barb the gear can't be much different so it's reasonable to carry your gear swap with you.
I'm bored at work. Just passin time asking what people plan to do. Allow me a pointless conversation for that?
Sep 19, 2011I'm curious if anyone else plans to make more than 1 character per class.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
I plan to make a male wizard and have a focus on melee combat. I also plan to make a female wizard and have her focused on long range magic kinda like a glass cannon.
I suppose with the respec being so easy I could just make 1 wizard and switch between those two but I imagine the various builds will warrant different gear setups and I'd rather separate them than have 1 cluttered inventory.
However, if I am making a barb I will probably just stick with 1 seeing as they don't have that large a difference. Barb see, barb pulverize there is no opposite.
Basically the wd and wiz I plan to make more than 1 because they seem able to fulfill different playstyles.
Do you plan to make more than 1 of each class? What is your reasoning to do so or not to do so?
Aug 29, 2011I'd like to see a Deckard Cain level that you have to stay a while and listen. The longer you stay and the more you listen the better the loot. No spacebar to cut the lore short. I'd personally make it to the stay a while and listen part and get common scraps as a prize on my way out of the level. LolPosted in: Diablo III General Discussion
Aug 3, 2011One thing I'd personally like to see for guild support is a shared staff and shared artisan feature. With level restrictions on the artisans of course so a level 10 isn't able to craft any recipe you or a guildie has found and learned, they'd have to level to unlock the higher recipes or get someone else to craft an item for them.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
I understand that only 4 players are allowed per game but if they don't all play at the same time it might provide additional opportunities to jump into a group and grind for loots and crafting materials aside from their normal friends list.
I also imagine a chat function that would extend across the chat even if people are in seperate games to share what they are doing(i.e we got a party of 3 and doing Leoric runs, anyone want to fill the last spot?)
If I gave it great thought I could come up with a plethora of other features that would be useful to a guild/clan.
Jul 21, 2011Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
Just an example. Conan will probably be taken right off the bat for a barb name.Quote from Absolut
Lots of people wanting to reserve their names. Am I missing something?
I wouldn't name my chars that, I like to be a little more original/creative but I don't want to wait and find out the char names I've got in mind are taken.
Jul 21, 2011I'll install the game, I'll log in and reserve my names then log out, read the game manual, log back in and play for 8 solid hours. After that I'll play 4-5 hours per day solo until I beat the game. I like to play solo and I want to try some different things before I start playing co-op. I'm in no super rush to hit the level cap. I just want to have fun and enjoy playing the game.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
Jul 21, 2011viciousnugget posted a message on Friendly Reminder: Don't forget to make sure you are opted in for D3 betaI may be crazy for saying this but I may be one of the rare few that doesn't want to play the beta. I'd rather other people find the bugs and buy the polished game after beta is over. As long as I've waited for D3 I don't think it'll kill me to wait until it is fine tuned. Maybe I'm just patient or people are just mental. Take your pick.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
Jul 18, 2011Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
That runs counter to the belief that all content will be available in co-op or sp. The "nicer" loots may have higher stats affixes but I should still be able to find a legendary sword of uber awesomeness whilst playing solo. :-DQuote from Daaavid
Official Blizzard Quote:
Playing with others works exactly like Diablo II. Enemies are tougher, and you have a better chance at getting nicer loot.
He didnt mentioned MORE loot but NICER loots, so maybe hes not talking about extra drops per monster, maybe its just like D2 where mobs have their base level increased when new players join the game, allowing new types of items to drop.
Jun 9, 2011This has me curious. Will I be able to rebind my keys to function exactly as they did in D2? That was very easy to use in my opinion. I've played other games where you either pressed a hotkey or clicked the icon to cast the skill and I was always clicking the icon but that worked well because you had to select the target in order to use the skill. It's my understanding that you don't "lock on" the target in D3. Seems like this system will be difficult for my uncoordinated ass to grasp.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
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Oct 20, 2009Very interesting indeed.Posted in: News
Thinking about the trophy case...
My UDIE2 mod editor has an item store in it and it has all manner of odd things that you can't put in game. Such as an ear, tail, fang, horn, elixir, etc. There are also some quest items in game like the golden bird, the organs, horadric scroll, etc.
Maybe that was supposed to be a vault to keep the items after you've completed quests. As for the items that never made it in game, maybe they were things that were cut due to "time constraints."
Regardless it still doesn't explain the chat gem. -,-
Jan 5, 2009viciousnugget posted a message on Bashiok Addresses Questions About Sites With Diablo 3 Pre-orders.Certainly not right now. I am doing as you are doing. Pre-order it when Blizzard officially announces it.Posted in: News
Oct 11, 2008Damn I don't even know what to say about this. This blows my mind and not in a good way. I always liked the fact that I could use charms and gear bonuses to give me the strength needed to wear my gear so I could pump my vita up. I always thought it was great to mow down hordes of monsters while some kid in the back is hollering "Where is your gear? Are you naked?" It was always a challenge to squeeze every last bit of strength from charms and such to make my toon fully strength glitched. I sacrificed precious inventory space to make my builds happen. I guess on the bright side now I can just load up on mf charms(if they even exist in d3) and mow through the hordes while Blizzard tells me what items I should wear. Pitiful what this game is becoming. Next up...auto skill distribution. This is a bad bad thing. I am having trouble seeing the positives of this system.Posted in: News
Oct 10, 2008One spell I haven't seen named but am 99.9% sure it will be on the wizard is "Blizzard" It just wouldn't be a blizzard game without that spell available. Who knows maybe I am wrong about it being on the wizard but it will surely be in the game. You can quote me on that.Posted in: News
Oct 10, 2008Aww man this is killing me. I am at work and the firewall blocks all videos and links. I only saw the char selection screen. I already know what class I will be. Wizard. Hands down. I love being the caster class. My first chars were always the caster type. I haven't even had a chance to see what all this fuss is about but I am sure as shit I will be a female wizard as soon as I get this game installed. Now that they have satisfied me the hard part begins. Picking a name for my little chica. I can't wait to get home and watch the new gameplay vid and all the screenshots.Posted in: News
Aug 18, 2008viciousnugget posted a message on MTV - ‘Diablo III’ Designer Describes How Game Will Appeal To ‘Diablo’ Fans And BroadI don't know about this title anymore. The longer I sit here reading the news and thinking about it, The less I look forward to playing it. I just feel like it will be so much different and not in a good way. I was so excited the day they announced it I couldn't get rid of my stiffy but now it seems the honeymoon is already over before there was a chance to acquaint myself. I can deal with the graphics, I can deal with the colorful environment, I can deal with new characters. I don't know maybe I just can't deal with all this negativity that follows Diablo 3. It's starting to turn me off. I can almost see myself just getting the game to beat it and check the story out then hopping back on D2. I may have to force myself to like it just to get through it.Posted in: News
Jul 8, 2008Posted in: NewsQuote from "HaF_613" »PK'ing and Dueling are essential parts of Diablo, Especially in HC where I played. It adds a certain fear and adrenaline rush to the game and keeps you on your toes... I don't think the Diablo I style PK'ing should be brought back, but definately keep the D2 style. I don't think the game would be fun for so long without the PK and "PKK's" out there. Its a whole other element and it was always one of the things that kept my heart beating fast. Don't take that away. It was fair enough to give people a chance in d2 and it should remain that way.
I agree playing on hardcore and being hostile definitely made my browneye pucker a little. I have been both pker and pked. You win some you lose some but it definitely added a certain element that is missing from alot of games. If people want to say it is a waste of time and detracts from the main point of game, I ask this. Isn't playing a game a big waste of time in itself? I feel it is. I have wasted many years on D2 already and one of the things I enjoy is being able to fight my friends as well as random people. The only kind of pker I am not fond of are the hacker ones that tppk. That crap is just cheap. However it is quite fun to have a hostile mf game. I hope they keep some form of pvp in the game even if it a certain area in town that you must be in to attack your opponent.
Jun 29, 2008Do they intend to retain the 3 tier difficulty: Normal, Nightmare and Hell? If so, do they plan to make Hell difficulty harder or possibly add another level of difficulty such as Armaggedon/Apocalypse?Posted in: News
What might the max character levels be?
What plans do they have for getting Beta keys out to people like me?
I'd really like one of those.
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