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Aug 23, 2011MisterIncredible posted a message on What would you do if you got your Diablo 3 beta key today?Back flip off a giraffePosted in: Diablo III General Discussion
Aug 22, 2011person A puts item on auction house for $5.00Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
Blizzard gets 5 cents
person B puts the same item on auction house for $4.90
Blizzard gets 5 cents
person A notices person B selling lower than him, person A removes the item and re-list it for $4.80
Blizzard gets 5 cents
person B repeats what person A does and puts it for $4.70
Blizzard wins another 5 cents
Imagine if they were person C, D, E and so on doing this to. If I get a nickle for every item posted in auction, I'd be a zillionaire chewing on some T-rex drumsticks and chugging down a pitcher of holy water on my throne.
Aug 21, 2011Posted in: Diablo III General DiscussionQuote from CherubDown
Here's how it works, and I've confirmed this with Bashiok a looong time ago (I think like a year ago):
No matter who kills the mob, your magic find is what counts for the items that drop on the ground for you. So for example, if you have 100% magic find, and your friend has x% magic find, it doesn't matter who kills the mob, loot will drop on the ground and it will be at 100% MF. It's that simple.
So, theoretically you could jump in a game with the max magic find gear, do no damage whatosever, and collect fat loot.
the text in increased size made me a little happy on the inside. +1 rep
Aug 21, 2011Player 1 has 100% magic find. Player 2 has 0% magic find. First mob drops for Player 1 but Player 2 kills it. Player 2's magic find is calculated to the kill but since he has 0% magic find, Player 1 receives a normal item. 2nd mob drops for Player 2 but Player 1 kills it. Player 1's 100% magic find is calculated to the kill and a rare item drops but Player 1 cannot loot it or see it. Player 2 loots it & wins the game.....So my question would be, is the loot round-robin or who gets the kill?Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
Aug 21, 2011Best End-Game Solo - Witch Doctor - Minions as tanks or dps with damage type based on runes. Witch Doctor with poison, disease and crowd control abilities.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
Best End-Game PVP - Witch Doctor - Mass confusion, Hex, Grasp of the Dead, Wall of Zombie, Fear, Summon Zombie Dogs + Sacrifice Combo = enemy seeking Corpse Explosion to the face.
Best End-Game DPS in order from left to right - Monk, Demon Hunter, Wizard, Barbarian, Witch Doctor
Aug 21, 2011Son, what do you want to be when you grow up. Dad, I wanna be rich off of the Diablo 3 RMAH. Good job son, just make sure you don't go catching carpal tunnel from all that farming.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
Aug 21, 2011Easy question, when a new expansion comes out. Blizz raises the monster level cap higher like 5603495 times our level cap. Who says they are not creative like the RMAH for example. They will probably start adding in gear for the pvp system in the future for all the pvpers and make diablo pregnant to the pvers.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
Aug 18, 2011MisterIncredible posted a message on The Best of Both Worlds - Why Can't we Have it? (PvP & PvE)This isn't called World of Diablocraft, it's called Diablo 3 <-- you go and kill Diablo!!! end of argument.Posted in: PvP Discussion
Aug 18, 2011Let's be real, you know some of these sound like they are gonna be itPosted in: Barbarian: Bastion's Keep
1. Decreased the damage reduced by threatening shout but increases the AOE range
2. Increased the damage reduced by threatening shout but lowers the AOE range
3. Causes AOE fear on nearby enemies instead of reducing damage
4. Causes AOE stun on nearby enemies instead of reducing damage
5. Lowers the cool down on Threatening Shout
6. Also adds Fury when used
7. Reduces Fury cost when used (If Fury is required to use this, if not ignore this)
Aug 18, 2011Wrath of Berserker - raises several stats while breaking damage immunities? <--- I'm wondering if this breaks damage absorbing skills like the Wizard's Diamond Skin or the Monk's skill Serenity?? If so this will always be my 1st choice for PVP.Posted in: Barbarian: Bastion's Keep
Relentless - When the Barbarian is under 20% HP, skills do not cost any fury and damage (taken or dealt?) is reduced by 50%.
Superstition - Reduces non-physical damage taken by 10%.
Insane Courage - When the Barbarian has under 35% HP, damage taken is reduced by 30%.
If "Relentless" description gets re-analyzed & is actually reduced damage taken by 50% then that's 90% reduced damage from non-physical damage while 80% reduced damage from physical when lower than 20% HP. Just stack Life-Stealing on your equipment and your set.
The Unstoppable Juggernaunt, I think so! I smell a nerf coming soon....
Aug 17, 2011PVP - Hit multiple players in other arena games. You can gain a higher rank if they are killed by it.Posted in: Monk: The Inner Sanctuary
PVE - Damage is based on how many toilets you have in your house. No other formula or stat increases this skill. *I have 2 toilets, yay = 2 damage total out of 7 hits. End game skill for "Inferno" difficulty no doubt.
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