You saw the 3k DPS items, but note that those were for level 70 requirements.
08/24/2013 10:39 AMPosted by StinkyfingerYou saw the 3k DPS items, but note that those were for level 70 requirements.
08/23/2013 06:54 AMPosted by JoshLancergtYour gear is going to completely worthless my friend. You are not playing Diablo anymore . You are playing World of Warcraft with a diablo interface. Get used to it, sucker.
Your gear will always only be "cool" for a moment.
Lets go back to D2 for a second...
D2 comes out and people farm up great rare gear because initially the unique were horrible. Blizz patches this and makes uniques really good. All old gear must now be replaced by the new BiS. Then the xpac LoD comes out. Again new BiS gear is introduced along with runes. The gear hunt starts all over again. Later on Blizz patches in rune words. BiS changes again. Later on ladder only runewords are added. BiS gear/runewords change again and old gear is dropped in the dirt for the new stuff yet again.
Now lets get back to D3...
D3 comes out and people farm up great rare gear because initially legendary/set gear was horrible. Blizz patches this and makes legendary/set gear really good. All old gear must now be replaced by the new BiS. Then the xpac RoS comes out....
Stop speculating guys! Blizzard never said anything about what happens to the current gear after the update. Lets hope they will find a solution because otherwise it might be a HUGE problem since this time real money is involved, and quite big sums of money too! I think if current gear is trashed after the patch\expension it's gonna cause a problem because people like me, who work to make money and simply don't have time to farm for gear all day long, bought their gear and some of it is quite expensive. So what now? Buy new gear again?!?!?! I'm not sure about Blizzard policies but quite possible that they may get sued for it and not even once.
As for me, if the worst happens, I'll just trash the game along with my gear and forget about it. I won't blame Blizzard but myself for being such a naive fool. Money can be made again but I will never go back to the game because that is a pure rip off. I played the game starting from Diablo 1 and I loved it. And I do like the game (D3) now too, the way it is, and don't really understand what people complain about saying that the game is not good. I guess the reason is that most complainers are kids who don't have means to buy the gear and they want it for free.
Well, lets see what happens. If the current gear keeps then ill keep plaing, if not... then it's probably a time for me to sell my account and say goodbye to Blizzard.
PS Guys, please don't be stupid by saying that its a good time to sell your gear now. Who is gonna buy it? The AH is already dead and it's gonna become even worse with time.
PPS Blizzard, please reveal the details, tell people how this is gonna work. It's just unfair to keep your avid fans blind on this.
08/23/2013 06:46 AMPosted by Dragnare you all 12 year olds and never actually PLAYED an expansion before?
I wonder how many people made large rmah purchases within the last month that will just lose their account and chargeback the funds. I guess it depends on the amount spent vs. the value of items on the account, and the account's value to that person.
But imagine hypothetically you had cheap gear and 200 hours played. You finally decide to spend $1000 on rmah. Two weeks later this announcement and nothing you bought is worth anything and you can find upgrades for less than what you paid.
I personally came to grips with the idea that all my gear might be worthless, and so I sold off my stash items but for now am keeping my playing gear.
But imagine you're the person in the scenario above. What would you do?
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