12/01/2013 09:28 PMPosted by LordAmsaI say just give us a map editor. Let us PC players take control of our own game. Will never happen though.
heh your right my friend, though that would be something huh?
12/02/2013 02:26 AMPosted by CoffeeBlackhe says that he agrees with the AH closure but yet he has filmed countless vids of him item flipping and flat out going nutz enjoying it and now he says that the AH was bad for the game, such a contradiction.
^ this. I think he can attribute his youtube success on the AH.
12/02/2013 02:07 AMPosted by CoffeeBlackSo I cannot thank you enough for the AH, Blizzard. You’ve really made this game so enjoyable for me.
12/02/2013 10:20 AMPosted by ToceanI am okay with setting a reasonable time limit for BoA but I don't think 2 hours is what we need. Maybe something along the line of 12-24 hours.
12/02/2013 08:38 AMPosted by LordAmsaTbh getting rid of the AH could have been avoided and remained a useful tool if they would have made gold BoA to begin with along with removal of the RMAH. Meaning gold would be BoA but could still be used to make sales and purchases through the AH. This would have drastically reduced bots and cc warriors owning the game and still allow us players a tool at which we could buy, sell, and trade.
I always thought it would've made a lot of sense to click on a merchant in game, then it pulls up a real gold ah where the items that you see isn't a random roll pending your level, but items that other players have found to which you can then purchase either there immediately with gold or have an option to contact the seller if further bartering is needed (item to item trade).
If something along these lines are put in RoS, along with the BoA gold as you mentioned, that might actually be enough to convince me to buy the game and actually be excited about it instead of this little feeling of dread.
12/02/2013 07:32 AMPosted by REAPER666Tbh getting rid of the AH could have been avoided and remained a useful tool if they would have made gold BoA to begin with along with removal of the RMAH. Meaning gold would be BoA but could still be used to make sales and purchases through the AH. This would have drastically reduced bots and cc warriors owning the game and still allow us players a tool at which we could buy, sell, and trade.
I don't understand what you are saying here, can you expound on this?
I think you might be on track if I understand you correctly...just expound on this before I respond please.
12/02/2013 10:50 AMPosted by heyguyslolOk if when Blizzard originally launched D3 and they had made a Gold AH only no RMAH and made gold BoA this would have cut down the inflation of prices for items, reduced gold botters, and prevent cc warriors from owning the game. Sure botters would still bot and facilitate items through the GAH but the trouble to do it would not be that profitable and therefor most wouldn't waste their time. I've read a lot on gold botter sites and those guys are lazy fu cks they just want free money without having to do anything and if they botted items and gold it would be so much work for them to move those items and gold that it wouldn't be worth their time, make sense? I think if blizzard would have done this from the beginning or even now it would fix a lot of the problems they have while still allowing us a tool to buy and trade in the game. But unfortunatly it's to late now the AH will die and there is nothing that can be done about it. However, the BoA items might get turned around if enough ppl protest or threaten to not buy RoS. Blizzard doesn't want to loose money so they may rethink this decision.
12/02/2013 11:45 AMPosted by ToceanBoa will also not solve the problem of buying / selling items / third party sites. If everything is truly BoA and there is no trading than why wouldn't people just equip full accounts and sell them? Is it more risky? Yes, but the reward remains the same; money. Therefore it will happen. How much stuff was duped right under Blizzard's noses while they did nothing? I'm not talking about the gold dupe but all the massive item dupes around. If there is a way to make it work they will find it and profit. Granted, duping did slow down after there was only one account rollback allowed but my point remains.
While it is true that the account would technically not be yours and you would be screwed if you lost your password, needed any type of support, the account was reported stolen etc. Not to mention that its illegal by the ToS, but has that risk stopped any of the exploiters in the past? No. If you are willing to spend money to buy a full account and something were to happen to the said account, than oh well time to buy another account.
12/02/2013 12:43 PMPosted by heyguyslolBlizzard announced about a week ago that the current drop rates in beta are accelerated meaning we wont be getting drops like that at all which actually scares me because if the drop rates are anything like it is now i personally see no point in continuing to play this game.
12/02/2013 12:43 PMPosted by heyguyslolI have a feeling that if they fu ck this xpac up as they are so far they are going to loose even more credibility than they did with the original launch of D3, its just like Athene said the xpac will fail 10x worse than the launch of D3 and a lot of players including myself will most likely not buy another blizzard game. The only thing really keeping that company alive is the fan boy's. If it weren't for them they would not be the giant they are today.
12/02/2013 12:51 PMPosted by rockon87I would assume that drop rates will be a little better than they are now but of course they wouldn't be as high as in a beta. If they were then that would definitely lead to the game being over in 3 months after install. However the feeling that everything is crap should go away or at least be minimized since you can use everything that drops in some fashion instead of everything dropping being useless and screen clutter.
Edit: Actually the drop rate can stay the same since they lowered the range that affixes can roll. This will automatically make items better thus no need for higher drop rates.
12/02/2013 01:43 PMPosted by JonkZVote with your money, if you don't like what you see we should not buy the x pac.
Currently I don't see many redeeming features in RoS.
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