05/19/2012 05:12 AMPosted by Romerwow players trying to turn diablo into wow
05/19/2012 05:41 AMPosted by NebProgramming 101 would tell you that they in fact do serve a purpose. I'll let you figure it out.
Gold always was worthless in d2, the fact they made white/useless items worth less than 300 gold should be a proof of their good faith in blizzard trying to establish a relatively stable and sustainable virtual economy. 15% auction tax should be sufficient to remove the excess gold produced by the game while making sure players will get the loot they deserve for their relative playtime
I think this thread should be locked, i feel like the people complaining about white/low quality items dropping is because they are impotent and frustrated they can't trade useless stuff for valueable stuff.
Yeah what they should have done is include an enchanter in town.... (so you could turn your common items into magics/rares etc)
I heard that they were going to include a weapon enchanter pre-release, and am a bit confused as to why end up not including one.
This would would have at least made practical to seek out and pick up high level common items . I hope that they will add an enchanter to future patchs/updates!
Allow players to select what quality and type of items they want to automatically pick up or they could allow people to toggle seeing white items.
After that, you could make more gold by killing another set of mobs, rather than taking the time to go and sell 2-9 gp items.
I don't know if yall remember Diablo 2, but in Diablo 2 there were still tons of common items that weren't worth using, but they were at least worth the effort of dragging each item to sell.
If you wanted to make lots of gold for gambling in Diablo 2, you could grab every item you found, TP back every time your inventory filled up, and sell the greys for a good profit.
In Diablo 3, my point is that it isn't even worth picking the greys up to sell because you could literally make more money killing monsters - even in just the amount of time it takes you walk to the merchant and sell your greys.
My solution would be to raise the % of the item's value it sells for. Instead of Act 4 Normal common items selling for 4-10 gold, they would sell for 50-250 for example.
If they are in fact intended to be worthless (which I doubt is how Blizzard would describe it), then why even have them in the game?
This. It was the same in Diablo II. At later levels, once you were farming, blues weren't even worth the time. :/05/16/2012 03:50 PMPosted by BallmanglerThey're intended to be worthless. You're not supposed to pick them up or care about them. It's not that hard to skip over them.
This is not true of WoW... The bottom tier at higher levels, especially weapons, sell for more than the mobs drop often enough.05/20/2012 10:02 AMPosted by ALMarshunIn fact this is no different from ANY ARPG or MMO out there. The bottom tear is not worth the time to pick up.
05/20/2012 02:48 PMPosted by SváfaIn fact this is no different from ANY ARPG or MMO out there. The bottom tear is not worth the time to pick up.This is not true of WoW... The bottom tier at higher levels, especially weapons, sell for more than the mobs drop often enough.
Just a little nitpick. :/
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