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Sep 16, 2011I would NOT be fine with this. This is part of what makes choosing a rune determine your build. There are several skills that i wish i could choose option -> All of the above for rune effects. Being able to do that is just silly and removes the point of having to choose.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
Aug 11, 2011Posted in: General Discussion (non-Diablo)Quote from Akuma Seijin
I've actually been planning for the revolution for a while. This country is a corrupted by corporatism and I won't be caught off guard when the grocery stores are bare. If your a republican, you are a tool for the top 10%. Which, in my opinion, is really pathetic.
Dude... you are a tool. You are the exact reason I believe that there should be a manditory test in order to vote.
If you stupid communists would actually stop and think for a minute you would understand that corporations are actually good for everyone. They produce consumer goods at a cheaper rate due to wait... what... oh yeah.. CAPITALISM. They create jobs which happen to reward those that have better value to society, therefore creating incentive and ambition to succeed. When profitable they rewards those that are smart enough to actually invest instead of squander their money (owning shares in a company)...
Best of all... they allow the power to remain outside of the hands of the public sector. I'm sorry but social redistribution has nothing to do with equality rather than greed / envy / entitlement. Because your neighbor went to college... became a doctor... and now has a nice car you think you deserve one too.
Now lastly... I am not a republican... I am a CAPITALIST.
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Apr 24, 2012All of you arguing about relative PvM vs PvP player numbers: Blizzard *knows* the numbers. They own the service, and can look at logs for any time period they want for how many dueled, how many ran X boss, etc.Posted in: PvP Discussion
If PvP (real PvP, not griefers forcing it on people who didn't want PvP) was as important to D2 as some of you think, Blizzard would have come up with a different plan than they have. Your importance to D3 is not nearly as high as you seem to think, with the plan Blizzard is using now.
Having said that, I'm fine with them adding the arenas for you, but I'm not in favor of hostility in the open world.. You can have a hostile area to play in, and I'm sure the PvP patch will have that.
Going back to D2's forced hostility model would mean the end of D3, imo.
Feb 15, 2012Posted in: Diablo III General DiscussionQuote from Designation15
1) The Skill allocation system was as broken as the Talent Point allocation. There was a max of 2 builds per character that were viable for end game, in Diablo 3 they have made it so that there will be hundreds of thousands of viable builds to run nightmare, hell, and inferno. Of course there will eventually be the cookie cutter "godly" builds that everyone uses, but by that time there will be an expansion pack with new characters and will add thousands of new possible builds.
Actually, there will be 5 builds in D3: Barbarian, Demon Hunter, Monk, Witch Doctor, and Wizard. Anyone who plays one of these "builds" will have access to all the same skills as everyone else who plays that "build". The fact that you can only have 6 of those skills keybound at one time is kinda like how you could only use 2 skills at a time in D2 (though, D2 let you use hotkeys to swap skills but D3 requires you to open up the skill UI).
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2) Respec "costs" or cooldowns of any sort are the dumbest thing blizzard has ever implemented. For a game like WoW it makes sense, but Diablo 3 shouldn't have this. To me it sounds like "Well someone somewhere might change their build by even one skill and that makes me sad because they don't play like me. So add a cooldown or charge them 999,999,999 gold because I don't want them to ever do it ever." It's punishing someone for experimenting with new builds.
And to me it sounds like "Well, I don't want to have to choose which skills to use, so please just give me access to all of them. Somebody might make better choices than me and if I had to live with my sub-optimal choices for more than 30 seconds I might cry." (Not trying to be mean, just trying to give you guys an idea of how your statements are coming across to people with the opposite viewpoint).
Feb 10, 2012I don't really understand you guys... When i make love to my girlfriend every day, it just feels ok. But then, when i get far away from her for a long time and i come back, it's like ecstasy... Take this with a grain of salt, it's only a game. Wait for it until you got your balls ready to explode will just give you a better orgasm, that's all.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
Oct 6, 2011Posted in: General Discussion (non-Diablo)Quote from CrusRuss
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Matter cannot be created without energy, and energy cannot be created... Only change forms. Simply put, science creates a paradox in which we should and cannot exist without a higher power. God may not be a being on a throne... He may not even have the capacity to be self aware... But science points to the fact that something sparked the universe/ multiverse/ big bang.
You can try to reply and question god's origin... But that logic is flawed. If he/it lies outside of the rules of realitivistic physics.. then time does not appt and no origin is required.
It is quite honestly more simple minded to claim there is no god than to worship the great pumpkin.
All you are saying is that we don't yet understand what the universe was like before the big bang. It must be possible for matter to be created, because matter "exists" right now. We only experience matter changing forms and being converted to energy, but somehow the matter got created in the first place. Our universe may be the result of a previous universe that collapsed back on itself, maybe there have been N universes prior to ours.
God is not a solution/answer to this mystery any more than ancient greeks blaming things on celestial movements.
In all this no matter how many universes there were you eventually have to come back to a beginning... at least as we understand time and space. Thus from a human perspective there has to have been something to kick start all of this... was it a divine creator... possibly (In fact I personally think so)... or was it something else... if so what is that something else?
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