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i just made bracers of strength and it is supposede to have 5 random properties and str (201-230)
Well the one i made had str=274, int=119, cold res =37, mf=18% and melee take 358 damage.
where is the 5th random prop ????
u can look at the new bracer it is called Denial Killer..
Is this a bug ??? not giving the 5th random property ????
02/13/2013 07:48 AMPosted by TheSeptenaryAll they need is about one million hardcore dedicated players and entrepreneurs to pay about $1,200 to $2,000 per character build to make an excellent profit in the billions.
We love that players are able to remove gems from sockets in Diablo III, as it helps provide more flexibility as you gear up rather than locking you to single choice. However, since un-socketing is so painless and costs so little, what we’ve found is that players will simply recycle the same gem across all their characters rather than creating new ones. An important goal with the new Marquise gems is to act as a gold and Radiant Star gem sink. Currently, there’s nothing in the game that actually pulls those gems out of the economy, but to keep their value up, that’s important.
In all honesty, I wish the cost to remove the lower tier gems was much higher, more in line with the cost of the Marquise gem. We would prefer players to be crafting new gems of all types rather than just shuffling them around as that makes the gem economy more dynamic (more things coming in, lots of things coming out). Right now it’s almost entirely stagnant, with demand going down every day. If you only had to craft one Marquise Ruby for all 10 characters, that would remove some Radiant Stars from the economy, but realistically it won’t remove much. With the unsocket cost set to 5 million, you now have a clear choice: "should I move my gem 4 times or just craft a new one?" For the sake of the economy, we actually hope you’d prefer to craft a new one.
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