I think we will get patched with the s5 maintenance. So technically they'll both hit at the same time. If not then ya probably about mid-way so they can hotfix anything broken as to not screw up the live ladders like they did PTR.
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Dec 15, 2015yurmy posted a message on Dates for end of season 4 and start of season 5 announced..Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
Dec 15, 2015Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
Level all your gems I mean ALL of them, not just the ones you wear, level them all up passed 30, the higher the better. You'll use them to augment your ancients, I say ALL because you'll want to augment as soon as you can in order to climb grifts a little higher. It's also one thing we can do to improve our gear that we don't need to be rolled in order to be "good". So it's up to us how or when we choose to augment opposed to when you find the right item with the right roll. You can also augment over any previous augments. If the 200 stat bonus isnt enough, re-augment it to a higher gem.
Other than that, there not a whole lot we can do to prepare. Most every class has enough changes to fully change our builds. Depending on how you will want to play will depend on what you will want. As per Wizard, we need a lot to get back to good. 2.4 has added so many changes and legendary procs to gear that most everything we once knew will be out dated come 2.4. It's pretty hard to tell you what to farm, I played PTR for a month or so and know what I'd like when it goes live. That's my playstyle talking, I honestly think your best bet is to spend a day or two on PTR and see what shoe fits you.
Consider if you chose to go with Legacy of Nightmares built. Every slot besides rings is kind of up to you. I'm sure there's a build around it, but you can sway all you'd like and put whatever procs in those other slots you'd like and still kickass. Example, using LON and no real proc build, just ancients in every slot I was able to get upto grift 40+.
Dec 12, 2015Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
These type of subjects only leave some of us to realize, you just started playing?
Let's take a step back to release. Apparently you either forgot or were NOT there to know better. Act1 Inferno was our "endgame". To beat Ghom was your main achievement (Bragging rights). The so called endgame back then was this thing we called AUCTION HOUSE. To some of us, not anyone that agrees with the OP, but some of us, we remember when there wasn't no game at all, let alone this endgame you speak of. No rifts, no bounties, no paragon, NO THING. There was maybe 50 legendaries total.
In today's game there is more "Endgame" than anything we once knew. Imagine only running the act you've made it into as your endgame. Seriously, run act 3 for 1000 hours then come back and make your so called points. As some of us see it, your point is old by many years. In fact if you ever played d2 you would see that there was never a endgame in the diablo series. You simply just grind forever.
Back to my statement I've made many times. If you can not be accountable for your own unhappiness, that's not Blizzard or the Developers fault. It's yours, you can't be content. You are the one finding reasons to dislike the game.. Is it not also you that decides to stay? Is it not you that's unhappy? Is it not you that posts on forums about it? Here's a tip. If you, yes you, do the same thing, you will always have and feel the same way. Don't expect things to change because you're acting up, expect them to change because you did something to change YOUR situation. Everyday you decide to login, it's YOUR fault.. Get over it and do something that makes you happy.
Dec 2, 2015Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
The real issue isn't blizz and\or content. It's the age gap between the old d2'rs and the new millennium age kids. There's a self entitlement that comes with the millennium age group. They feel as if free content is not enough, changes that make the game balanced are unplayable and that if they are not at the utmost peak in a game, they are let down by the developers. The real fact is, it's the person and their inability to enjoy themselves without having every bell and whistle the developers could have added.
Personally I appreciate the latest patches that came with free content. If it didn't suite me, who am I to complain as I didn't EARN anything. It was free. The number one statement I seen from the last few patches was a lot of people complaining about the content or lack there of. Look if you can't get the concept that "The game is yours to enjoy however you enjoy gaming" and then the biggest one "buyer beware". People sit around blaming the devs for a decision they made in the passed and a decision they continue to make. It's seriously not up to the devs to allow me to enjoy a game, it's up to me and the rest of you. If you can't do it, try being accountable for your own unhappiness.
On a different note, Fallout 4 is pretty badass. Instead of bitching at the devs I decided to try something else until they release the patch. <-- And that's how you ensure your happiness. It's situational, people are choosing this situation. It's far overdue but it's time to blame the individual and not the devs. This is a individual issue where said individuals are self entitled. Get over yourself.
Nov 24, 2015Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
I'm totally not trying to m2+potato = you. Just trying to get the idea behind BP effectiveness. Lets say I got 2.00 to attack speed and 50% CHC. In theory would you not crit once per attack? two attack with 50% chance would/should be 1 crit. Why is this more effective than simply trying to crit once per attack? Someone mentioned a huge dps gain from BP crit. Why? Does it rng to max chd or something? IIRC this maybe old data, doesn't chd rng from 1-X, X being your cap on chd? So one crit from BP could actually be pretty weak compared to more crits which would give a higher chance at a big chd? Not to mention it could happen once per attack instead of once per five?
What am I looking at wrong? I too looked at BP and my mind started pondering ideas, after some thought the above was my conclusion. What am I missing?
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