This is starting to sound to me like a conversation my bro and I had over lunch one day. D3V while flawed, managed to solve something for the casual player and the player who has a specific build they want to achieve... they didn't have to grind for hours on end to achieve a viable build for end game or the build they wanted to try out because of the AH.
Why is that a good thing?...
I am a very social person, and really enjoy playing with my friends, helping out where I can, chatting with them while we play, and not being able to give a legendary item to them simply because they weren't in my game when i found it, is killing me.
I hear ya Sept. I probably wouldn't be crypt running with anyone had it not been for the AH and the generosity of a few players on here. I don't like to grind through games these days. Don't have the time, nor the will. Being able to reach lvl60 and gear up from the AH allowed me to at the very least have 1 build that was of use in end game and that opened up the possibility for me to participate in ubers and crypt runs with this community.
I do fear that I may not get a good enough build for RoS end game.
01/19/2014 10:22 PMI'll probably buy RoS and play it, but I probably won't commit to it until the 1st or 2nd patch
Posted by abend
This is where my feelings are going towards too abend. I'm buying RoS firstly for the experience of playing the Crusader and to finish off the story with the original classes. That is achievable and will get no matter what. But how end game will pan out.... I think by the time it's ironed out and has lasting appeal, I might have moved on.
But, we'll see what happens.