So with the recent controversy over drops and such and with Travis today posting several times to clear some things up I've been interested to see what the ANZ community thinks(PTR and beta), I wanted 5 hours to see if someone would say something, but no go so I'll post myself.
I personally think Travis has given us a ton of info and has taken several ideas on board, but I also feel a lot of people aren't actually reading his posts and/or misinterpreting them.
The biggest info I think is that you can't go 10 hours in RoS with out getting a leg(10 hours played while fighting that is) and this doesn't include gambling/crafting/matts. This seems about right with what I've played on Torment, but I think I'm the only beta player in the ANZ clan who regularly plays Torment.
So what does ANZ think? Let's try and avoid trolling and please actually read his posts.
Adding Forgotten souls to rifts will make it better to farm them, I'd still like to see a boss at the end of the rift though, but the last patch did make it so the boss doesn't spawn as quick I've found.
"Kadala is not meant to be the primary source of legendary items", I'm still yet to get any from her, but I don't gamble much, got another set piece this morning while doing 1 set of bounties.
Personally I understand that what players want and what devs want will never match up. Is this the big issue people have though? Interested to see what people think about that.
"The data that we currently have shows legendary drop rates at roughly 2 hours per, and that's before Kadala was changed to be able to give legendary items. " Seems about right with what I've been getting on Torment(remember Torment has Torment only legs as well), so have people been over exaggerating? or not fighting enough? Perhaps this timer only works while actually killing things not just running past things like many seem to do?
So what does ANZ think?
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