act 2 requirements

Barbarian
Just got into act 2 inferno. A1 wasn't terrible after farming up some gear. but act 2 is different. I currently have 1200 str 1100 vit or 850 with 2h and 300+ in resistances (250+ with 2h) for runes i'm using fury with damage increase, battle shout with damege increase, health and armor shout with extra health rune.berserk with damage increase. seismic slam with damage and knock back. ground stomp with enemy pull. passives are shout double and heal, vit to armor, and suppression. any thoughts on improving myself?
Hello Darxus,

You should check out this thread:

http://us.battle.net/d3/en/forum/topic/7591980848

It should answer most of your questions and really help you out with gearing and build choices.
Hello Darxus,

You should check out this thread:

http://us.battle.net/d3/en/forum/topic/7591980848

It should answer most of your questions and really help you out with gearing and build choices.
err tom? 2012? lol
Hello Darxus,

You should check out this thread:

http://us.battle.net/d3/en/forum/topic/7591980848

It should answer most of your questions and really help you out with gearing and build choices.
err tom? 2012? lol


Shhh...he doesn't know it's year 2013.
Maybe his talks with the Precogs skewed his sense of time as we know it. He is in fact living in a dream that takes place in the future, hence his reasons to constantly bring up the past to prove to himself he is living in the present.

It also could be that the computer dream world he is living in has somehow become corrupted by his questioning of its reality. I think a call out to Tech Support should fix that.

Regardless, delving into the Oblivion that is Tom Cruises' mind is Risky Business and should at all times, Knight and Day, be approached with A few Good Men to ensure that The Firm grip you have on reality does not leave you Far and Away with society.
Maybe his talks with the Precogs skewed his sense of time as we know it. He is in fact living in a dream that takes place in the future, hence his reasons to constantly bring up the past to prove to himself he is living in the present.

It also could be that the computer dream world he is living in has somehow become corrupted by his questioning of its reality. I think a call out to Tech Support should fix that.

Regardless, delving into the Oblivion that is Tom Cruises' mind is Risky Business and should at all times, Knight and Day, be approached with A few Good Men to ensure that The Firm grip you have on reality does not leave you Far and Away with society.
honestly this sounds like the plot to MI5, don't give him more ideas RK....
Maybe his talks with the Precogs skewed his sense of time as we know it. He is in fact living in a dream that takes place in the future, hence his reasons to constantly bring up the past to prove to himself he is living in the present.

It also could be that the computer dream world he is living in has somehow become corrupted by his questioning of its reality. I think a call out to Tech Support should fix that.

Regardless, delving into the Oblivion that is Tom Cruises' mind is Risky Business and should at all times, Knight and Day, be approached with A few Good Men to ensure that The Firm grip you have on reality does not leave you Far and Away with society.
honestly this sounds like the plot to MI5, don't give him more ideas RK....


More like stop spoiling my movies bro.

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