I'd like to report a crime
its been 84 years farming shields.
got you covered https://imgur.com/a/JZm3g
I mean that is only like 31,25 bounty runs. That is not that much. I think I spent like 10000 souls on my dawn and have a nonancinet not great rolled. Some items just can be a bitch
Here's to another 84 years!
You know since they're fairly rare you should be able to reroll everything on a primal, or at least reroll more than one affix.
I've only found one primal myself(wildwood yay!) and I still think it wouldn't be too awful to add that.
The #1 monk on EU HC has slept for around 3 hours since the season started
As in the title. His total time played is over 576 hours, while the season has been going on for 663 hours. That's just 3 hours sleep a day and playing Diablo 3 for the rest of the time.
Shame on you
Now you know why angels and demons fear the nephalem.
Now that's dedication.
Haha. As nobody explained it yet. There once was a streamer, named Gaby, who used a bot to the play game for him while he was sleeping. Obviously like this EU hardcore player is doing aswell. (they farm keys and other stuff by night so they can gr by day)
This streamer. Who got pretty infamous for doing so got banned by blizzard. His reply was that his brother, called Chris, played the game for him while he was not around. And so began the meme brother Chris.
Edit: fixed Gaby's name.
This is the rarest item in the game. At my top speed of continuous nonstop farming it was estimated to take about 2,000 hours to find this item. You drop a unique sacred armor roughly every 1:225 hours or so of this kind of farming. 1:9 of those is a tyrael's might, the rest are templars might.
I finally found the tyrael's might :D
My character's goal is to find every item in the game, so this helps a LOT because that was the biggest piece
It's been many, many years since I've played D2. Can someone explain this please?
By a decent amount as well. No other item really comes close to how rare this one is. ty!
THE rarest? Really? That's pretty crazy man.
Congrats on the find.
Every time I see comments like this I am reminded why I don't play HC. Losing a character to something like this would be infuriating.
Completely dead, RIP my barb, probably
Most of my HC deaths were due to some bullshit like that, but I think it's worth it. The added feeling of adrenaline, the extra careful gameplay and planning, and the overall more dedicated community (both in pubs and clans) really make the HC experience more enjoyable for me !
it would, insanely uncommon though. I played HC from pre-RoS up until maybe 3 seasons ago, never once lost a character to lag or DC. My connection seems a little less stable so i might now, but all those years i never did.
DC's are so uncommon, i dont think its a reason to not play HC
I hope that Diablo 4 won't have class sets.
I find sets very limiting as far as gearing goes. This in turn limits the actually useful skills because if it's not mentioned in a set you might as well remove it from the class. Sure, I could make a fun build with other legendaries, but then I will be underpowering my character way too much, which means low torments and low drop rates. Blizzard could split set bonuses between individual legendaries so that we can form our own versions and fine tune them better. Of course this will require a lot more balancing, but then again Blizzard is a giant game studio and this is one of the best selling franchises ever. I'm sure they could make it happen or I hope they are at least considering it for D4. Sets are a lazy design solution. They take half of your gear slots but only give you one, maybe two good skill boosts. Even in WoW class sets will be removed for the next expansion and they were a way bigger staple in that game than in Diablo. In D4 they could keep sets as some sort of transmog items because random legendaries often make you look like a clown. Make them cosmetic microtransactions even if this will be needed for continued game support after launch.
I think class sets are fine as long as they make plenty of viable non-set options. Sets should not have such boosted stats that they become mandatory.
You know what would actually be BETTER?
Class sets that have 7 pieces but you only need 3 for all the bonuses and you can only use ONE class set.
They don't need to remove class sets. They just need to go back and use the item design philosophy that Diablo 2 used, as their base. In Diablo 2, the class sets were all middle of the road at best and basically existed to hold you over until you started to get endgame uniques/rares/crafted gear.
Just making a good ARPG isn't going to cut it, Blizzard need to innovate with D4 and make something that isn't out there yet. Sure reuse features that worked well by all means and don't change it so much that it's unrecognisable to the ARPG genre but bring out something that's fresh and is going to leave all other games in the genre years behind.
Blizzard said they would lower the amount of dead ends on the new GR levels
They sure delivered
I thought they were supposed to have pvp shortly after launch.
I thought Deckard Cain's eventual death would be a huge, and touching point in the story, that would have repercussions for future games.
I thought they were supposed to not have elites near the entrance either. I run into those all the time....
I still have problems, there are these tricky corners next to the doorways, sometimes i get stuck in there and it's super frustrating to try and get out of there....
Servers down on EU?
EDIT: Servers are up!
Small indie company
Seems like it :o
Edit: During my Rank 1 Grift.... I swear!!
Edit2: Seems like a minor roll-back took place. Somewhat 5 minutes.... this sucks >_<
Thats the joke though.
Rio hc <3
no love for us :(
We were told about this, no point crying now
This was clear like a month ago when we were told there would be no D3 news this Blizzcon.
Expected nothing and still got disappointed.
People are allowed to be disappointed. Blizzard said they were celebrating 20 years of Diablo but we have gotten nothing after the beginning of the year. Certainly nothing of substance for fans of the series except an arguably overpriced DLC class for DIII and nearly nothing else of note outside of two characters in HoTS.
In-geom in real life
Hi, I went to an exhibit recently and saw an In-geom. Not the Diablo kind, but an actual old sword: https://imgur.com/a/Sm6qb
Not primal, though.
It looks ancient
I can't be the only one that thought the in-game In-geom was a stick.
Swords are kind of just metal bars
If you bought diablo 3 recently before the sale, contact blizzard, they make it up for you!
they gave me necromancer for free which costs 10$(the amount I could've saved)
You're like the person who tells the manager how great an employee was for giving you a discount they weren't supposed to give.
Happy that support was sweet to you, however I urge people to not take this as a general rule and more of a rare favour.
Enjoy the game! 2.6.1 is out now and changes the class diversity massively
I was generalizing/exaggerating with the 'for free' part. You said you contacted them, therefore hoping for stuff in return, which you got.
Not everyone follows wow, but they make money from subscriptions, so them doing that little 'customer favour' potentially got the customer to play for longer, therefore making the money back. D3 does not have that.
LOL twat you can't predict when 'loyal customers are going to buy' something.
If it was loyal customers they probably would have bought it 2 years ago.