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Mar 13, 2014Yet another build for you peoples to try out.Posted in: Barbarian: Bastion's Keep
Nothing groundbreaking going on, just showing what is working well for me right now and wanting to hear some criticism to improve upon.
http://us.battle.net/d3/en/calculator/barbarian#bePdkX!egd!ZZbcZY Skill Breakdown:
Cleave - Reaping Swing: I use this skill when low on fury (big surprise huh?). I chose Reaping Swing because of +fire% damage gear and hitting multiple mobs help reducing OP downtime. Change this one up to suit your needs/preference.
Seismic Slam - Shattered Ground: Again, Fire based damage. This skill is also great for clearing out large groups, especially if they are well clumped in narrow areas, such as KD2 or CotA. With it traveling a decent distance, it mops up pretty well and with it critting on mulptiple mobs, again helps to reduce OP downtime. With crits I am able to 1 shot T3 mobs often. This skill is one of the required ones for this build.
WotB - Slaughter: I use this to burn down elites. Really not necessary for the build, so switching up the runes or going with a whole different skill is up to you.
Overpower - Revel: Fire damage, great for taking down groups. Syncs well with SS for maximizing uptime.
War Cry - Charge: Nice little defensive buff, but more importantly using Charge! to get that quick fury boost.
Leap - Call of Arreat: I prefer to use leap to wrangle up groups easier. Launch yourself into a group, pop OP and then SS all that remains. You can devour trash mobs with ease, even elites by doing this.
Superstition: Makes it easy to keep spamming SS when fighting elites that have affixes like posion.
Brawler: Because Brawler.
Bloodthirst: I just like the extra health, but this one is just personal preference.
Gearing for the Build:Stacking crit and +%fire damage is the idea behind the build. I use a Skorn (because there's no such thing as good 2.0 2-Handers yet), but dual wield works too. My dual wield set isn`t quite as high damage as my Skorn though. I haven`t tried sword and board for this yet, but I imagine it would work just fine with a decent crit shield.
And for those interested, this is my gear http://us.battle.net/d3/en/profile/Rolist-1597/hero/5582575 Hope some of you try this build out and give me some feedback on it. Enjoy, and good luck on the loot!
Sep 20, 2013I bought the game on Xbox360 so my wife and I could play together, (played PC since launch) and we just got to 60 last night. Then I noticed that I was getting xp towards paragon, and she wasn't.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
So my question is, do you need to have a Gold Membership on xboxlive to get paragon? Can anyone confirm this before I pay for a second xbox live account?
Feb 7, 2013I get good streaks sometimes, where I'll find a couple items worth 10-80mil, and then a bunch of ones 1-5mil, and that usually lasts about a week. I've been on a dryspell as of late though, a few legendaries a day, but no drops of any value. After building a set for my wiz, I'm back to broke.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
Jan 12, 2013I didn't bother to read all the responses in this thread as I saw a trend after the first half of the page.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
Why is everyone always expecting HUGE game changing patches every time? The game is not bad by any means. Everyone that has posted here I'm sure has 400+ hours of play time on at least 1 character, meaning you more than got your monies worth for the $60 (or possibly $10, or free for WoW sub) that you paid for the game. Anyone that played any blizz game from release should know not to complain this much. D2 was not nearly this good at release, or even for months after release. It wasn't until LoD was released that D2 got to be as good as everyone remembers. The fact that Blizz has put as much time and effort into this game without asking for anything other than the original purchase is pretty exceptional.
If you want a huge change the next time you play, STOP PLAYING and come back after a few patches. Simple right? Stop your bitching, play a different game if you're that let down by the patch, and surely you'll be back when you see there's something that piques your interest in a future patch.
Dec 4, 2012Thanks for all the replies everyone.Posted in: Barbarian: Bastion's Keep
I've changed out some pieces, although probably should have waited out for some more quality than what I did,
Got my hp over 40k and was doing mp6 keys runs solo last night.
Kept all my old stuff in case I ever want to try going back for low mp farming.
Dec 4, 2012My gear is not bad, but not great.Posted in: Barbarian: Bastion's Keep
Wondering if I should upgrade my IK set, as all the peices are pretty low, or if I should drop the set bonus in favor of larger dps numbers (trifecta gloves, ice climbers, mempho)
Theres my profile if you care to take a look.
Sitting around 50mil right now.
Sep 13, 2012I was a devout D2 player. Played nearly every day for hours on end. Had a lvl 99 javazon and had tons of fun making new classes, trying to make the best characters and helping friends do the same.Posted in: Diablo III General Discussion
I get almost the same enjoyment out of D3. I don't get to play nearly as much now that I'm an adult with a family and such. I enjoy trying to perfect my character and working on paragon. Even if they don't add much for content for another year or so I'll still enjoy the game. I'll work on new characters, perfecting them and their paragon levels as well.
For someone like me, D3 just fits in the way that it plays like a console game. I can play for as much or as little as i want while still not feeling like I wasted too much time.
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