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We'd also rather have a situation where the recipes are selling for vendor cost on the Auction House rather than one where only a few people have access to them (and their respective items). We'll see how things go on the PTR. We also wouldn't be opposed to reducing the drop rates over time if that what's best for the health of the game.
I'm ok with the AH price being close to the vendor price, but I'm pretty sure at 50% that's going to happen pretty quickly, because at any substantial price, people will just farm it. I'm pretty sure at MP0 a lot of people could 5 stack and kill Cydaea in what... 3-5 minutes? And then you could even finish off the old Cydaea/Azmodan run (which could be done in like 7 minutes pre-MP, so faster now... though most of that was travel time anyway) for old time's sake.
Also, what you quoted above is exactly what will happen with the new marquis gems, at least for the first month or two, by the way, unless their drop rate is substantially different than other jewelry patterns.
Please tell us more information about the dueling. How about the damage changed in the new zone for player combat? We think that if you don't decrease the damage, players can easily kill each other in just few second.
So we want to know the average time of 1v1
Probably to introduce an additional sink for gold/crafting mats, and deflate some of the prices on high end tradeable gear.
everyone who chooses to speculate must assume risk. part of risk management is research.
that information as to what rubies do was most certainly visible on reddit, and then on the blue post that featured.
if you choose to speculate before information was released, you were just gambling and that too is a risk.
if you chose to speculate after wyatt cheng's clarification was released, then you were not paying attention and so you got burnt .
Edited by chrisloup#6305 on 1/14/2013 6:53 PM PST
Thanks for the response.
I am referring to the color of the letters when an item is dropped on the ground and when viewing an item's name in my inventory (ie. legendaries are orange for both, rares are yellow, etc.).
Crafted items having different colored letters than uniques, rares, and magics in Diablo 2 brought about more excitement with crafting (I miss those awesome, orange-glow letters).
Crafted legendaries could remain the same, as legendaries are legendaries. I would love to see all other crafted items have purple lettering, though.
Edited by BMatt#1383 on 1/14/2013 7:17 PM PST
You know how hard its is to farm a brimstone? first u gotta find a legendary! ahhahahaha
ok now u have uhhhhhh... hmmmm.. i dunno but u know rihgt?
ok nowwww 60k each overpriced !!!! xDDDDD
GUESS WHAT BRO?? IM BUYING EM ALL!!! EACH BRIMSTONE WILL BE AT LEAST 1MIL!!!
I think that brimstones should be used in every crafting recipe.
They are level 63 items, so they should require at least one level 63 crafting reagant.
Also, I'd wayyy rather search for legendaries/brimstones than grind for gold/essences/tears by going back to town every 2 minutes and spending >50% of my time picking up/selling rather than killing!
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