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The problem with the ideas regarding zeroing MF or messing with NV (options 4 and 5) is that there are more reasons for switching gear then only MF.
Example: I carry a 1k dps sword for slapping through mobs more quickly, and also a 750DPS Fist weapon with a bunch of LoH for when I find an elite I can't tank.
Edit: I like 2&3 the best.
Edited by Pharcyde#1710 on 7/3/2012 9:08 AM PDT
Option #1 and option #4 are the only feasible options in my opinion.
I believe option #1 is by far the ideal choice. It encourages players to integrate MF into their standard gear. I also believe this would enrich the item hunt via slightly improved diversity.
(However, I should point out that this means there is just one more preferred stat slot that we want on the auction house) :(
I had an idea I would like to share and get others opinions on. Feel free to criticize.
I don't like the whole gear swapping thing, I did it on my DH and it made me miserable. Now I play a barbarian and I can't really gear swap even if I wanted to because Id get slammed in a heartbeat. Blizzard is right, it's not fun at all. Removal of MF on chests was a real jerk move too. I liked the excitement of opening chests but now I usually pass them up since it's simply not worth the time.
My idea is to only allow gear switching in town but to give MF thresholds just like NV. What I mean by that is, NV stacks up to 75 (I think? correct me if I am wrong), right? Well, at 100 you could get another guaranteed drop. It could be white, blue, yellow, whatever. At 150 you get another, 200 another so on and so forth. That way people can have tangible goals to build around when creating sets rather than stacking MF arbitrarily and hoping for the best. MF will provide its old role as well as this new one.
I know some people aren't very happy with loot quality but it's the best suggestion I could think of. They wanted input, so that's mine.
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