I see no problem with this, as long as you would first have to meet the requirements you're setting.
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Sep 25, 2014AlucardTnuoc posted a message on Proof that diablo is dying to exploits and mid season changesI don't do pubs because people are SHIT.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
Seriously, the amount of times I've opened my game to public and someone who is barely geared enough for T1 joins me on a T6 run is retarded. What is the point of having random people join you when there is NO way to filter people from being able to join. Just because your sheet dps is 1m and your toughness is 10m does not mean you're good.
I would claim majority of players who play torment are doing so solo or with friends/clan members because having NO control over who joins your game (let's be real, the kick system sucks) just makes it harder than necessary.
Mar 31, 2014AlucardTnuoc posted a message on How long until Blizzard fixes people "cheesing" normal mode?If you guys aren't already doing T6, you're not playing the game right... You need to grow a pair... you too ladies, grow a pair and start playing the game the RIGHT way... If you're also on softcore, you're playing the game wrong. No risk vs reward if you can't even play the REAL version of the game...Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
Jul 6, 2012AlucardTnuoc posted a message on Nerfing gear swapping will have unintended consequences on Act 2/3/4 farmingconsidering act3 has 3x the chance at ilvl 63 drops then act1, 200% mf is better then 300% for act1.....Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
Jul 6, 2012Blocking links won't work.... i said this in another thread stating how "simple" it would be....Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
www.fakesite.com would turn into
www . fakesite .com
vv vv vv . Fakesite . c0m
etc etc, they will just butcher the link each time to bypass the filter.
If you think you can come up with a fool-proof way to stop spammers, i would LOVE to see you code it, and implement it in a little text-imput app where people can "attempt" to type in a website link or bypass your filters =)
There is no easy way to stop spammers, they will always find someway to bypass the filter.
Jul 4, 2012Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
but... i have the best loot in wow... and i do get invited to every raid.. but that's maybe because i actually put in tons of effort (realm firsts, best geared mage on server, few rank 1s)Quote from thomasmgp30
I think its mostly the new generation of gamers that hate this game and QQ all the time. I played Everquest for 10 years starting at launch so I dont care if I grind for 6-7 hours a day just give me a few beers and I can go forever it doesnt bother me to grind. I will run Butcher and Kulle runs all day long and it doesnt bother me at all and I never get bored becuase I know what that feeling is like when that awesome item finally does drop. Hell got a 1k DPS one handed crossbow the other day off a treasure goblin in Act I and havent felt that giddy since I played Everquest and Raster finally spawned.
But in the WoW generation AKA carebear-cupcake-mickeymouse-Iwantmylootnow era people expect to log in and in 30 mins farm up perfect roll items. Or as soon as they get into Inferno expect to faceroll through it with no effort. They refuse to put in the effort and instead flood the forums with posts about how much the game sucks and why do they have to farm for weeks just to get to Act 2. Listen kiddies I remember farming and raiding old content in Everquest, while also proving myself to higher end guilds that I was a good player willing to put in the time and effort for raids for a year before my Monk finally got into Tacvi or Anguish so dont cry that you cant progress after 3 days. The mindset of gamers today absolutely disgusts me. They have some false sense of entitlement that just because they log in they should be showered with the best loot and invited into every raid and I have no idea where they got it from.
And i agree, i can farm D3 for hours, and have fun trying to get better, still not even in act 3 yet, taking my time and going at it in my own pace and yesterday i sold an item on RMAH for $100.
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Jun 10, 2012Posted in: Diablo III General DiscussionQuote from Kildeer888
Oh dear god, I hope your job doesn't involve too much thinking cause you'd soon be without butter on the bread. READ what it says: "THE HATE ...". If I was referring to myself don't you think I would've wrote: "My hate" for the game is very valid. Writing "the hate" and "a person" implies someone else. My god, learn to communicate at least half decently.
Besides if you actually read my posts you'd see that I have some complaints about the game but still think it is a mediocre game (as much as I hate to admit it) compared to the development time and hype surrounding it before launch.
But you wrote it in direct response to me when I said that the hate is indeed extremely over exaggerated, didn't you? In that context it could have easily been read as your own view, because you don't actually need to write 'my hate' to make it appear so.
I admit I haven't read your other posts before that one, and given the circumstances I can't see how I could have interpreted your post in this thread any differently. Because I also have a lot of issues with Diablo 3, but I haven't been seen writing how brainwashed people are for loving the game as it is right now.
Either way, you are wrong. Hate is not valid if no valid reasons are presented for it's existence. A person has a right to feel that way about basically anything, sure, but that alone doesn't make it valid to the rest of the people around him.
If I say to the whole world that I simply loathe dandelions and bees, and present no logical, sane arguments to support my claim, while running around the streets with yellow flowers in my hair and honey dripping from my lips for days on end, people would just call me batshit crazy and move along with their lives.
The same goes for D3. Yes, we all waited a long time for it, and it arrived pretty unfinished. Yes, the itemization is semi-broken, lack of PvP is very much felt, and the cheap prices on the AH hurt the overall feel of accomplishment when you finally find a great item for yourself. No one denies that. The flaws are very much present and obvious, and will hopefully be taken care of in the near future.
But if you spend dozens or hundreds of hours on a game in it's first month from release (which vast majority of the people have already), how can you call it bad/mediocre and expect not to be exposed to ridicule?
You've already played it longer than most of all those amazing games that you've experienced in your life, ever. That alone makes it great, and proves that both gameplay and replayability, the two most important aspects in gaming, are spot on.
Diablo 3 is a freaking dungeon crawler. I don't know what else people expected from it. There is just so much that you can do with the formula without breaking it, and they clearly improved upon the franchise from the previous installments. It certainly is not a vast, open world MMO, and no, it is not made to be played 24/7 without getting bored. Practically no game in history can claim that kind of immersion.
But if Diablo 3 can indeed be classified as just mediocre, than I don't know what kinds of mind-blowing games you've been playing all these years.
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